The written words: “I Heard My Savior Calling Me”
Even though the title of the song is similar to Hank Williams’ “I Heard My Savior Calling Me”, there is a difference between the two singers lyrics. But both singers talk about the same message. The song “I Heard My Savior Calling Me” by Rhonda Vincent talks about listening to God’s word and praying to Him. When you receive the Lord Jesus Christ you will be set free from your all your sins.
“Anointed in the spirit you could feel it in the air
My life was changed that night as I bowed my head in prayer”
Written in the song also, Vincent mentioned the sacrifice that Jesus went through just to give us an eternal life. He was nailed on the cross to set us free from worldly things and to also bring us closer to the Father. So if you can hear Him calling you today do not hesitate to let Him in. Respond to our Savoir for an eternal life and happiness.
“I’m so thankful for a Savior who would make the sacrifice
In a selfless loving gesture giving us eternal life
Yes an offer for the taking listen with an open heart
It’s a choice that’s up to you, hear the Savior calling too”
By the way, you may find this another interesting read: God’s Grace in Blake Shelton in the “Savior’s Shadow”.
Who is Rhonda Vincent?
Rhonda Lea Vincent was born in Missouri in 1962. She began her music career at an early age. She is part of her family’s band called The Sally Mountain Show. She learned to play the drums at age five, the mandolin at age eight and the fiddle at age ten.
Rebel Records noticed Vincent when she sang with Grand Ole Opry’s Jim Ed Brown, thus leading her to sign a deal with them. This was the beginning of her career as a professional musician.
Vincent has a band called The Rage, they play contemporary bluegrass music. They are currently on tour this 2018.
Her album The Storm Still Rages, was nominated for 7 IMBA awards. She has been nominated three times for IMBA Female Vocalist of the Year.
Vincent’s style in music is mostly that of bluegrass (Contemporary Bluegrass and Progressive Bluegrass).