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    Donnie Mcclurkin Delivers

    by: General | 1 Comment »

    The praisers filled the lawns of Kings House from early Saturday afternoon. People came expecting a solid evening of praise , worship and gospel entertainment and were not disappointed by Donnie McClurkin and company.

    Reggae gospel band Katalyst crew, performing one of their largest engagements to date, opened the show with some of their popular numbers.

    Arguably the most reliable local gospel combo, Thrillers United gave an unforgettable performance.

    Group member Sandra Brooks reminded the audience that the event was not about the hype but rather ministry. The thrillers emphasised the return of a strong spiritual component to modern gospel music. They had performed a number of overseas dates prior to this show, and are anticipating the launch of their new release in Jamaica.
    National gospel song festival winner Noretta Lewis proved the old adage, ‘little but talawa’

    performance ministering her signature song I’ll Make It Through The Valley. Clearly enjoying herself on stage, Lewis said afterwards that she felt as if she was at a Barcelona[football] Game during her performance. When asked about the line-up for the show she added that it was awesome, everything just flowed.

    The night ended with the man himself, Pastor Donnie McClurkin. Wasting little time, he launched into an atmosphere of praise and worship with the songs Good-bye World (part of a medley of Jamaican-themed songs from his album Live From London…), We Fall Down, That’s What I Believe and Create In Me A Clean Heart, among others.

    At night’s end, not only the musical requirements had been fully satisfied but, as the headliner himself said, the spiritual, as hundreds answered the call to surrender their lives to God.

    Source:Jamaica Observer

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