I am not a bible scholar nor a pastor but I believe that Jesus died on the cross for our sins and on the third day he rose again and ascended to heaven. This was the teaching that I learned from my mama, she always brings us to Sunday school and church activities. Admittedly, this helped me a lot in my faith and in my relationship with God.
Kari Brooke Jobe was a singer-songwriter and a worship leader for Contemporary Christian Music. In her early life, she started singing at the age of three. Thus, she really dedicated her life to serving the Lord because she took up Pastoral Studies and Psychology as a degree. Furthermore, in 2004 she started to make her name in the Christian Music Industry when she performed “Revelation Song” at the Christ for the Nations Institute.
Consequently, her service did not stop there, she also accepted the offer to be an associate pastor at Gateway Church. Then, she worked with her father to go on international mission trips. Since God has given her a beautiful voice, she joined the Gateway Worship, it’s a Christian Worship Band. In addition, they released their live album “Wake Up the World” and it jumped to no.2 on Billboard’s Christian Albums. Truly, her calling is to serve the Lord and to share the good news of salvation.
“A Song with a Moving Message”
“Forever” was one of her spectacular masterpieces with a strong message about resurrection and faith. The song talks about how Jesus Christ suffered and was crucified. He died on the cross, was buried on a tomb and on the third day he rose again. Thus, if you are a bible reader and a church goer then you can easily relate to what happened.
I am not advertisin’ Jobe, but her songs will really give you a faith awakening. In conclusion, let us not forget the one who suffered for our sins, He who endured all the pain for us to be spared. Jesus said to her,
”I am the resurrection and the life. The one who believes in me will live, even though they die; and whoever lives by believing in me will never die. Do you believe this?”
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