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Desciple releases "Sold Out" Video with Camper The Bear

Desciple talks about being separated from the world and standing out from the crowd. His new video depicts an evangelism attempt between Desciple and “Camper” the bear.


 

Desciple talks about being separated from the world and standing out from the crowd. His new video depicts an evangelism attempt between Desciple and “Camper” the bear.
 

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Desciple releases “Sold Out” Video with Camper The Bear

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Kevi "Blessed (feat. Reconcile)" Video

Kevi (pronounced Key-Vee) has a new video out for his single featuring Reconcile. The single has performed well for Kevi and we’re excited for you to see this new visual!


 

Indie Christian rapper Kevi releases a music video for his debut single featuring Reconcile.
 

Kevi shares, “The song “Blessed” is a song that I wrote from a place of complete gratitude. Things in my life were falling in place and God was placing people, places, and opportunities in my life.”
 

“James 1:17 was the Scripture I read before I wrote “Blessed”. After fully dissecting the meaning of the verse, I called Reconcile asked for a feature and the rest was history.”
 

“When I write songs I look to empower others to pursue what it is they are passionate about. I’m a Christian Hip-Hop artist so my main goal is to speak life into everything and everyone. When we recognize that everyday we live and every breath that we take is a gift we understand the true Value of being “blessed”.”
 

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Kevi “Blessed (feat. Reconcile)” Video

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Uk Rapper & Singer InderPaul Sandhu releases the final two tracks from his infamous

After his release of #iPaulEP InderPaul Sandhu releases new video where he lays out the vocals in in song!


 

Uk Rapper & Singer InderPaul Sandhu releases the final two tracks from his infamous #iPaulEP.
 

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Change "Feels Like Nothing"

“Feels Like Nothing” is the culmination of many years away from the industry as an artist for Change. The song deals with Change’s reconciling of his faith in God, and dealing with depression.


 

“Feels Like Nothing” is the culmination of many years away from the industry as an artist for Change. The song deals with Change’s reconciling of his faith in God, and dealing with depression. It’s something Change has dealt with his whole life, even as a child.
 

“Back then [as a kid] I didn’t really know what it was… I just never really had people connect with me like I thought I had with them. Friendships were more acquaintances than anything… Even now, I’m that dude that so-called “friends” forget about. My phone ain’t ringing from most people unless they need something from me. When you think about that, I mean really think about… it makes you think like, what’s wrong with me?”
 

This single, “Feels Like Nothing” off Change’s upcoming release “EmotionL” is the introduction to the overall theme of the project. Produced by Johnny Bishop with a captivating drum beat, live guitars, driving synths, and a catchy hook featuring KC alongside Change. This is a commercial sound that many have hoped Change would return to since his debut on “Tuesday Mournings” back in 05′. Change hopes that this song will connect with others who deal with loneliness and depression.
 

“It wasn’t easy recording this… Putting yourself out there, acknowledging that maybe there’s something wrong with you. I just hope people can relate to it. That they can be transparent with themselves, like I am through the music. Life isn’t all happy endings… let’s be real.”
 

Change’s new project “EmotionL” will be available this summer, via all major music outlets on Illect Recordings.

 

Listen to “Feels Like Nothing” single


Change “Feels Like Nothing”

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CHH Newcomer Bryan Ramirez releases "Obtaining The Vision" Mixtape

New to the CHH scene we got Bryan Ramirez from Texas. He drops his debut project titled “Obtaining The Vision”


 

New to the CHH scene we got Bryan Ramirez from Texas. He drops his debut project titled “Obtaining The Vision”
 
Bryan tell us

“Obtaining The Vision” is just my first project I ever put out in order to glorify God with something I love. Its a message to show that you can obtain your vision if you take the steps and believe it.

 

Listen to “Obtaining The Vision” By Bryan Ramirez


Bryan Ramirez – Obtaining The Vision

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Jared Sanders reveals new Mixtape name & Tracklist!

Newly signed God Over Money rapper Jered Sanders is dropping his first project for the label this Friday, titled “VERSEatility”.


 

Newly signed God Over Money rapper Jered Sanders is dropping his first project for the label this Friday, titled “VERSEatility”.
 

Tracklist:
Guess Who’s Bizzack
Lu King
Beauty
Suicide
Sinner Man (feat. Bizzle)
Holy Ghost
Time Tickin
Santorini Peace
Letter To AJ
Better
Love Is Perfect (feat. Dee Black)
I’m Good
Never Going Back (Pt. I)
The Hope Freestyle
Brand New Person
Colin’s Rebuttal
My Views
 

“New mixtape coming soon. Ya’ll aren’t ready. Accept the previous sentence and understand how sincere it is…”
 
Sanders wrote on his social media accounts last week. He then dropped a snippet on instagram.
 

The project is available this Friday, May 12th.
 

Soon come. 🙏🏾 #GodOverMoney

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Angie Rose drops new video titled "Limited Vision"

Angie Rose’s drops video for “Limited Vision (Black Coffee)” from her Sipp’n Coffee In The Bakery mixtape


 
Angie Rose’s drops video for “Limited Vision (Black Coffee)” from her Sipp’n Coffee In The Bakery mixtape available now. Angie tells us…
 

“This project is for the kids that grew up banging beats on a table just so they could rap. The kids that remember rap cyphers in the middle of a staircase or crowded hall. Angie Rose and The Baker take us on a journey to the 90’s with a combination of laid back beats, drenched in nostalgic samples, and rhymes that bleed metaphor, simile and calculated flow. You hear the hunger of an up and coming artist, the lessons learned, and the essence of a kid that grew up in the streets of New York and fell in love with hip hop.”
 

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Sipp’n Coffee in the Bakery Mixtape is available HERE!

Angie Rose drops new video titled “Limited Vision” from her “Sipp’n Coffee In The Bakery” Mixtape

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Beleaf's releases Final Album & Tracklisting for 'In Fatherhood'

Beleaf’s hits the top 10 on Itunes! Drops video & Tracklisting to “In Fatherhood”


 
Beleaf’s hits the top 10 on Itunes! He also drops video featuring ABIV for his latest single “You’re ok” Lastly he gives us a sneak peek to his tracklisting for his “In Fatherhood” album which will be his last.
 

Watch “You’re Okay” Feat. ABIV



 


 

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The World is a grand buffet arrayed in every way to appease the eyes of its onlookers. The aroma is appetizing and it lures us into its grasp with ease. We go into the world gorging ourselves day after day and scraping the plate of our pleasure yet returning to our bed at night with an empty stomach.
 

The food we allow into our soul daily looks fulfilling yet lacks sustenance. The gaping hole left barren within every human soul can’t be filled with the finger food of sin. Drugs, sex, fame, and status all serve as appetizers yet never quench the hunger of man.
 

The bible says that the wages or payment of sin is death. There is a never ending thirst when your drink of choice is sin. While the world offers what looks good yet doesn’t satisfy, God has a menu of His own that provides eternal satisfaction.
 

In the scriptures we see that bread is often used to typify the body of Christ that was given as a substitutional sacrifice for the sins of man. In the book of John Chapter 6 vs 35 it reads;
 
“And Jesus said unto them, I am the bread of life: he that cometh to me shall never hunger; and he that believeth on me shall never thirst.”
 

Here The Lord was telling the Jews that He indeed is the true bread that came from heaven which was typified by the manna or wafer like substance that fell from heaven in exodus to feed the Jews coming out of Egypt. That bread was for the physical body and was a temporal supplement yet Jesus Himself is an eternal sustenance for the soul of man.We could speculate that this wafer like substance wasn’t much for taste or appeasing to the eyes yet it was what the Jews needed to survive.
 

When a sinner looks at salvation they often judge by their carnal sight opposed to believing what the scriptures say. They feel that they will be miserable, uptight, and a blind follower of a belief that only takes and doesn’t give. The issue is that they couldn’t be more misled. God so loved the world that He gave. The sacrifices the believer makes to follow Christ give more then take. This same misconception occurs when we walk by sight opposed to faith.
 

We then see the captor which is Satan as the deliverer and the deliver who is Jesus Christ as the captor. This is all because of how things look opposed to what they actually are. This allows the sinner to eat dumpster food disguised as a gourmet meal. The sinner looks for quantity and overlooks quality.
 

Water in scripture also typifies Jesus in the Spirit which we know as the Holy Spirit. The water that sprung forth from the rock at Horeb in Exodus symbolizes the sacrifice of Jesus bringing about the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Jesus told the Samaritan woman in John 4:13 & 14 that

“Whosoever drinketh of this water shall thirst again..But whosoever drinketh of the water that I shall give him shall never thirst; but the water that I shall give him shall be in him a well of water springing up into everlasting life.”
 

The Holy Spirit is the best drink in the house. Many prefer coolaid, punch, lemonade, or soda and while they taste awesome, they do no good to someone’s health. The spiritual drink of God keeps the believer hydrated and filled. In conclusion, the fast food of life can never compare to the soul food of our Savior Jesus Christ.

Bread & Water

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The topic of faith is one that is integral to the Gospel of JESUS Christ. In essence, it is the central and most vital prerequisite to salvation in the Old and New Testament.
 

The question is what is Faith?
 

The New Testament was written in Greek so it’s beneficial to do a word study. The Greek translation of faith is “Pistis” (pis'-tis) which is defined as faith, belief, trust, confidence; fidelity, faithfulness.The New Testament scriptures speak of the importance of faith and how we are made righteous by faith.
 

Ephesians 2:8 reads:
“For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God.”
 

It is through the funnel of faith that Grace is received. Without faith there is no grace. Grace is defined as unmerited favor bestowed upon us who believe in the Death, Burial, and Resurrection of JESUS Christ. So if Grace is the unconditional extension of God’s favor, then faith is the arms by which we reach out and receive this gift.A common misconception is that faith requires no activity. Many draw this inference from the verse which follows
 

Ephesians 2:8 in Ephesians 2:9 which reads:
“Not of works, lest any man should boast.”
 

If this verse is not rightly divided and understood in context, someone can feel that the profession of their faith must not be proven by deed. The Book of James gives us insight on how faith and works coexist.
 

James 2:14-17 reads:
“[14]What doth it profit, my brethren, though a man say he hath faith, and have not works? can faith save him? [15]If a brother or sister be naked, and destitute of daily food,[ 16]And one of you say unto them, Depart in peace, be ye warmed and filled; notwithstanding ye give them not those things which are needful to the body; what doth it profit?[ 17]Even so faith, if it hath not works, is dead, being alone.” Here we see James prove how true faith will naturally provoke action.
 

Faith in its essence is seen by The LORD within a man thus righteousness is imputed to him. Works is what man sees. Works that are led by a desire to attain righteousness based solely on merit is what the Pharisees suffered from. Their deeds lacked faith. When a believer has faith, their works are an expression of what exists within them. Much in the same way the things we say originate from what is within our heart, our conduct and deeds are an external expression of an internal truth. Your faith will bring about performance. Below we see illustrations of faith being ACTED out and not merely professed.
This is how faith and works harmonize and don't contradict one another.
 

Below you'll notice there was action provoked upon their faith which I listed in BOLD

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Hebrews 11:3-4 [3] Through faith we understand that the worlds were framed by the word of God, so that things which are seen were not made of things which do appear. 4] By faith Abel offered unto God a more excellent sacrifice than Cain, by which he obtained witness that he was righteous, God testifying of his gifts: and by it he being dead yet speaketh. …
 

Hebrews 11:7 By faith Noah, being warned of God of things not seen as yet, moved with fear, prepared an ark to the saving of his house; by the which he condemned the world, and became heir of the righteousness which is by faith.
 

We can come to a confident conclusion that true faith naturally breeds action. Faith without Performance is false profession.
 
 

Written by Charles Russell

Is your Faith Stillborn?

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The Bible is known for some of the greatest analogies. The scriptures have layers of revelation that continue to edify the reader. One in particular that I find intriguing is the parable of the sower in Matthew 13. In this parable, sowing seed is used to convey such a deeper revelation about the condition of men’s heart. The soil typified the heart and growth was predicated upon it’s condition.
 

Acts 9 deals with the conversion of Saul on the road to Damascus. While walking, a light shines from Heaven and blinds Saul. It is here where we JESUS tells Saul that “It is hard for thee to kick against the pricks.” To understand The Lord’s statement, we must understand the time period and what he meant by the “pricks.” An ox goad is a sharp ended instrument used to prick the ox to get the ox to plow the soil. When an ox would kick back against the pricks in rebellion, the ox goad would be driven deeper into his flesh. Essentially,JESUS was telling Saul that his resistance was only going to cause him more pain because he had been chosen to minister The Gospel unto the Gentiles.
 

Looking deeper into the context we can see another revelation. Typically soil is plowed prior to seed being sown. Plowing turns up the soil which helps to bury drop residue and weeds while softening up the soil. When we are chosen as sowers the Lord is trying to push us in the right direction to plow the soil for sowing seed. Often the soil needs to be prepped to receive. We can do this by making sure that we are not only preaching the Word but also adhering to it and living it. The LORD will chasten his children in order to equip us with the temperance, long suffering, patience, and boldness required to be effective in sowing. These pricks should not be met with resistance and should be received as divine direction.
 

Let HIM guide you.

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Divine Direction by Charles Russell

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