HARD PRAISE WIND & GOSPEL SONG

Mycybermap ebusiness #BlackHistoryMonth presentation is in the Wind of timelessness. Refreshed like Autumn’s fall into Winter’s dormant meditations and into Spring’s rebirth. In due season, vessels of Praise by chanting and song; represented in these writings by Howard Anderson Jr. Gospel music Ministry, are the seed fulling Prophecy even breathed over the waters in the beginning. Now our living water connection unto the promise of Everlasting life, by the breath of GOD, past, present and by Faith, the Summer’s of tomorrow.

John Gary:MyCyber Talk

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The Lord knows the sounds of His Praise. “Praise On Down The Road” a story of non-traditional praise.

Gospel music is traditional and classic, coming from the heart, with an unmistakable feel and sound of a church worship service. Gospel music uplifts the spirit and ushers in the praises of GOD. The world knows the sounds from a predominantly African American church congregation, from organ to piano to drums to expressive soul singing and preaching, but one GOD.

Howard Anderson Jr. ; Author Of Hard Praise, is expressive with non-traditional style and instrumentation for Gospel songs. The lyric’s he writes offer traditional praise, but he follows the beat of a different drummer to create Gospel music as a voice for GOD. The beat of a different drummer is a direct reference to the original drum built by Africans. The drums also provide communication between the different tribes. Hear…

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