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Ládi Adéwumi
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Worship Leader. Singer-Songwriter. Music Entrepreneur
Worship Leader. Singer-Songwriter. Music Entrepreneur

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In part one of this article, we considered that the gift of prophecy is something that has to be cultivated deliberately and intentionally if we want to see it at work in our lives. This gift is not something reserved for an elite or super-spiritual few;…

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Have you heard this Gospel genre version of "What A Beautiful Name It Is" by Hillsong Worship? It's lovely!!!

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Practicing the Prophetic (Part 1)

Growing up in the church, I really wrestled with the idea of prophecy and being prophetic. In 1 Corinthians 14, I read Paul’s admonition to eagerly desire the gift of prophecy, yet something in me resisted with a quiet, but firm “no thank you.” It wasn’t…

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We're working on a new website Neriah Music http://neriahmusic.com which will help to promote quality Gospel Music Videos. You can send in your brief artist profile, social media links and video link to music@neriahmusic.com.

If you don't have a music video and would like to promote your song, you can also email the details.

Adios!

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Someone called in the last week to testify of how the Holy Spirit healed her of cancer while listening to us #minister in #songs @worshipaloud on @liveway radio. Hallelujah!!! 🙌 Grateful for the grace of #God through #Jesus #Christ. @olawalepsalmist @ladiadewumi @x2dtv #worship #salvation #guitar #strings #unplugged #healing #online #live #broadcast #radio #nigeria #usa #uk #europe #africa #worldwide
Imparting lives for Jesus by the Holy Spirit! 🎼🎸🎶🙌🎤🎹💯
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What a Worship Leader Actually Does #worshipleader #focus

This is for my fellow worship leaders and everyone in the music ministry. Read and meditate and be blessed. What a Worship Leader ACTUALLY Does Let’s be real. You’re not the best worship leader there is. Neither am I. There will always be a better…

What a Worship Leader ACTUALLY Does

By David Santistevan

Let’s be real. You’re not the best worship leader there is. Neither am I.

There will always be a better musician, a better singer, a more charismatic personality, a more organized leader. You’re not the best.

But isn’t it good to know that leading our churches isn’t about being the best? World class worship leading is about being hidden more than being noticed.

It’s important to distinguish what we actually do and facilitate as worship leaders:

Worship leaders don’t draw attention to themselves. They direct eyes and hearts to Jesus. Worship leaders don’t sing for people. They sing with people. Worship leaders don’t entertain a crowd. They engage a room. Worship leaders don’t usher the church into an encounter. They spotlight the One who does.

Our praise doesn’t make God more glorious. He is completely glorious in and of Himself.

Our passion and desire don’t force the Spirit to move. We simply awaken to His ever present nearness.

I love how John Piper says it in his book Reading the Bible Supernaturally:

We do not magnify Him the way a microscope magnifies. We magnify him the way a telescope magnifies. A microscope makes tiny things look bigger than they are. Telescopes make huge things, which already look tiny, appear more like what they really are.”

What’s sad is that many of us worship leaders are putting ourselves under a microscope for the Bride of Christ to behold rather than helping the congregation see Jesus through a telescope. I know I’ve been there.

But strong, humble leaders help people look through the telescope—to help them see what they haven’t seen before. We don’t change anything about what we see—we simply make it clearer and draw more attention to its fascinating detail.

Our object of attention? The glory of God. More specifically, the glory of God shining most brightly in the person of Jesus Christ.

In every service, there are people who’ve never seen. This Sunday might be the day their eyes are opened. There are others who have grown cold to what they’ve seen. This weekend might be when the fire is sparked again.

Songs are our telescope. We sing in order to see clearer. The clearer we see, the more our hearts are moved and the deeper we worship.

Scripture is our telescope. The more we see in God’s Word, the more we can respond in Spirit & Truth.

Every tool we use as worship leaders is a telescope to help us see Jesus clearer. If it’s not helping us see Him, it’s not helping us.

Help people see. Respond. See more. Respond again. That’s what a worship leader does. Don’t use the stage to magnify your talent. Spend your life spotlighting the eternal facets of God’s glory.

There’s endless beauty to behold.

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Good morning!

Worship Aloud on Liveway Radio is today. It's going to be a great time as we worship together and interact. You can call-in and gives testimonies, feedback, etc. Just log-on to livewayradio.com to listen in at 1-2pm (GMT+1). And if you're within the RCCG Camp environs you can tune in to 107.9fm (Liveway Community Radio).

We love you to be a beneficiary of what God is doing, so set your digital reminders.

Shalom!
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God delights in the prosperity of those who do His work. Psalm 35:27
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