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Joy Mobley talks gifts, talents, passion for music and inspiration behind “Don’t Turn Around”

Exclusive Interview w/ Joy Mobley by Christopher Heron (2018)
Exclusive Interview w/ Joy Mobley by Christopher Heron

 

The riveting, new release entitled, Don’t Turn Around, is the latest EP from Minnesota-native, Atlanta-resident, Joy Mobley. The melodic, tapestry of anointed tunes is part of Joy’s plan to touch people through the power of her jubilant music.

 

Joy Mobley - 2018
Joy Mobley

 

 

 

Joy has always captured crowds with her incredible instrument, highlighted by her victory in the Minnesota Idol. Since then, Mobley has taken her talent to another level, veering towards ministry and making a difference for Jesus. BlackGospel.com spoke with this striking woman about music, family, and faith.

 

Christopher Heron: Joy, I’d love to begin our conversation by discovering the lovely lady behind the music. For instance, we know you’re a talented vocalist…but what’s your secret gift or hidden talent very few people know you possess?

 

Joy Mobley: I’d like to think God has blessed me with the gifts for “insight” and “connectivity”.  I believe I possess an intuitive attribute that enhances my ability to destroy communication barriers regardless of the personality.

 

I thank God for enabling me to befriend those that would just assume turn their backs, and from that breakthrough, develop a nourishing and lasting acquaintance.   In a song, I experience a pristine freedom that transcends woes and sorrows of this world.

 

Christopher Heron: You’re proud alumni of Clark Atlanta University. What are the most important values and lessons in life you attribute to your time at college?

 

 

Joy Mobley 2018
Joy Mobley

Joy Mobley: “I’ll find a way or make one” is one of the mottos for CAU. And I can definitely say that having persistence and not giving up has been key in my success and who I’ve become today. Another lesson that I can attribute to my time there is to make the most of every opportunity given to you.

While I was attending CAU I was exposed to a lot of great opportunities and because of this, I seized everyone that I could! Looking back now I know that many people might not experience in a lifetime what I was able to, at that time.

 

Christopher Heron: You’re also a proud wife and mother. How have these important family roles changed your life and shaped your view of the world?

 

Joy Mobley: If ever the word “unselfish” has been transparent, surely it’s at this time in my life of being a wife and mother.  There’s an old saying in the gospel that says “it’s not all about me” and that old saying is so true.  The reality of it all, to understand this phrase is to gain wisdom beyond the imagination.  I believe a person that is self-centered cannot truly discover their full potential nor true happiness.

 

It is imperative for the soul, mind, and spirit to nurture the body and it is equally important that our individual accountability reaches beyond our person. If I may, I must regress to the words “insight” and “connectivity”.  My having insight towards my husband and child has done so much for the priceless connectivity the three of us enjoy and share in our lives.

 

Christopher Heron: Music has always been an essential part of your identity…but when did your passion for music move to the next level and becomes a tool for ministry and an expression of faith?

 

Joy Mobley - 2018
Joy Mobley

Joy Mobley: During my adolescence, my parents pastored a church and I was afforded the opportunity to express myself in song and in church productions.  I suppose my mom became so confident in my ability to sing, many times there were impromptu performances.  The congregation or those in attendance would often compliment me by making such comments as “you sang that song so well you made me cry or you brought chills all over me.”

 

My Mom enlightened me at an early age as to who was responsible for the anointing I was under, and that I was blessed to be chosen by God to communicate His Word in song.  Even into adulthood, what I get from unbelievers regarding my new music is “I don’t usually listen to Gospel music, but I like your music.”

 

I’ve heard this countless times and knowing that the lyrics in my songs talk about Jesus, and people who are not in the church are still able to receive that message is what ministry is all about, saving souls and making disciples, Mark 16:15 says “Go into all the world and preach the Good News to everyone”.

 

Christopher Heron: Your new EP is entitled, Don’t Turn Around. What’s the inspiration behind the title of your new release?

 

Joy Mobley: I know it’s an old cliché, but we are really living in troubled and disturbing times.  It seems that every time one listens to the news, it’s disheartening.  Hardly ever anything encouraging.  We are always bombarded by negativity whether at work, home, and even church.  My philosophy…this world needs encouragement!

 

Without encouragement to stay the course, people will turn around and escalate their demise into a world of destruction.  People today need the “truth” in their hearts, love in their spirits and confidence in their soul.  So in my lyrics, this is what I’m attempting to convey.  Stay the course, God’s People; and Don’t Turn Around!

 

 

Christopher Heron: The release of your EP is another kind of birth. It’s very intimate and reflective of you. How much is “Joy” it for you? And what is your hope and prayer for this album?

 

Joy Mobley: The “joy” for me is overwhelming because I’m doing something that I love.  My hope and prayer is that I’m able to touch the broken hearts and disturb minds of the many that are about to or perhaps already have “Turned Around”.  I would be so honored to know that my songs that are reaching the masses, relationships were mended, hearts were fixed, and lives were turned around all because of the Power of God!

 

For more information on Joy Mobley and her EP, Don’t Turn Around, visit her official website @ www.joymobley.com.

New Music: “That’s_Who_You_Are” Traimi Dave ft. Joshua Daniel+David Ehiabhi

Traimi Dave has officially releases the much anticipated single titled “THAT’S WHO YOU ARE” featuring Joshua Daniel (Revelation Musik) n David Ehiabhi (Dr. Slim)…

Traimi Dave hereby tagged his newest single “My Birthday Gift to my Fans” Listen, share and Download Listen

 

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THAT’S WHO YOU ARE LYRICS By Traimi Dave (feat. Joshua Daniel and David Ehiabhi)

I have seen a man, who took me the way I am lift me up from a miry clay, set me on the rock to stand Now I know the man, who chose me the way I am picked me up from a miry clay, set me on the rock to stand

Chorus: Jesus that’s who you are Wonderful king that’s who you are

I have looked around all over, sicknesses don’t last forever healing has come to stay by His word (come on brother, can i hear you sing something) I have moved around all over, poverty don’t last forever breakthrough has come to stay by His word

Spoken words: Some say you’re Isaiah, Jeremiah John the Baptist or just a catchiest but I know you are Alpha, Jehovah Rapha You’re my Healer, my Redeemer (You are Jesus) our Protector and our Provider, Deliverer (the son of the living God) our God, King and Father (wonderful King that’s who you are)

(Oh Jesus you are, you are) Jesus that’s who you are Wonderful king that’s who you are

Chorus continues…till fade. [The End]

  Your Breakthrough is Now…

New Music: Anticipate ”That’s who you are”_Traimi Dave_ft_Joshua Daniel & David Ehiabhi

(Birthday Gift to Fans)

Traimi Dave set to drop a Brand New Track Titled “THAT’S WHO YOU ARE’’

 

This young talented Gospel Minister David T Raimi, popularly known on stage as “Traimi Dave” is set to release another hit single titled “That’s who you are” in the coming week featuring Joshua Daniel and David Ehiabhi.

This piece, produced, mixed and mastered by Lord Louis Production is set to take the streets and the music industry by storm.

In anticipation for the release of the song, kindly download one of his HIT track ‘’Idi Ebube’’ @traimi.com and be expectant….

Your story is changing for the better……

 

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Facebook: David T Raimi

Twt: @traimidave

Insta: @traimidave

 

Fact: Why are most Nigerian graduates unemployable


I’ll tell you a story.

There’s this girl who aced all her subjects in secondary school.

Not just acing but award-worthy educational success.

She was so good that at her Junior Secondary 3 (JSS 3) level, she was solving mathematical problems from Senior Secondary 1 & 2 (SS 1 & 2) curriculum.

1st Mistake

She loved Maths & computers but was admitted into the university to study Geology.

Today, she still thinks she would have been a statistics wizard if she’d been allowed to just study Math or Engineering. You know – subjects where she doesn’t have to always cram some qualitative garbage but provide quantitative solutions.

2nd Mistake

When she got into the university, she realized she didn’t have to study very hard. Very few people were bothering to anyway. She was extremely smart & could hold her own but it became easier to combine intellectual efforts with other students at assignments, tests & final exams.

The system allowed it.

All her friends did it so, why fight it?

3rd Mistake

While at school, no one ever taught her how to write a résumé or successfully approach interviews.

She, just like everyone around her wanted a good life but the system pretty much set them up to fail.

When she graduated, she met a professional at an international oil & gas company who asked her what she wanted to do in life & to explain her undergraduate degree experience but she was not prepared for that.

She gave answers which were weak, mostly incoherent, lacked precision or clarity.

She’d never thought of herself in that light.

The internet wasn’t readily accessible back then so she was pretty much left on her own with her fellow ignorant peers.

She also had a great & supportive family who she leaned on.

Luckily for her, she got some mentors, then left the country for her masters degree.

At 1st, she struggled at her Canadian university.

Correcting her 2nd mistake

She had to actually learn all those skills & resources she didn’t bother with back in Nigeria due to combined students’ efforts.

She had to read all those textbooks she never bothered with in her Nigerian university in order to excel at her program.

Correcting her 3rd mistake

She also met lecturers whose method of teaching was about empowering students to run with their ideas.

It wasn’t about multiple choice questions but making a case of why Case A is better/worse than Case B.

It made her actually think for the 1st time in her life. She learned how to make great presentations. It was a confidence boost. It was exhilarating!

She learned about plagiarism which is a very despicable thing. She also learned about self-development, professional development & presentations.

She learned it was ok to make decisions, make mistakes & then learn from them.

She became comfortable working alone & also with a team. She learned the power of independence.

She was a different person.

She became more confident about her thoughts & ideas. No one laughs at her mistakes nor condemns her for them.

Her bosses don’t care about always being right or barking orders at those under them. Team contributions is crucial, encouraged & needed.

Everybody is equal. No one feared anyone. It was a healthy environment. She was valued. She freely runs her program the way she sees fit.

This is my story.

There’s no correcting my 1st mistake. If I ever do, I’ll tell a story about it.

If you read this, you’d understand how the Nigerian system encourages laziness & might discourage talent because of envy or pride.

Many Nigerian graduates are victims of their own underdeveloped & redundant society.

Maybe with the internet, a few might self-improve. Otherwise, they’re unemployable because there’s very few people to teach them better.

Note to any Nigerian student reading this – don’t take the easy way out. Read not just to pass your examinations but to actually know.

You’d be truly a better person & student for it.

Good luck!

 

Actress Tonto Dikeh Preaches At Church In South-Africa – See Photos & Video

Tonto Dikeh preaches in South Africa

Popular Nollywood actress Tonto dikeh was recently seen preaching in a church, South-Africa.

Tonto Dikeh who has been vocal about her christian faith since giving her life to Christ ministered at theEnlightened Christian Gathering church in South-Africa where she spoke to the youths on the topic of“Forgiveness and Letting Go”.

The actress also shared pictures and a short video from the ministration with a caption which reads:

“God was real, when he takes over,we suddenly become light.. #dear lord who am i that you love and use me this much ooo how i love you lord Jesus #when gods mercies speak, grace abound. #god doesnt call the qualified, he qualifies the called..

“#ECG #YOUTH WORKSHOP #SA”

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New Music: We shall see Jesus_Mr._Bright_Finally drops

The highly anticipated track ”We Shall see Jesus” by Abuja/Kaduna-base Gospel rapper Bright GAMLI who calls Music his biggest passion – finally drops!

 

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LYRICS

We shall see Jesus by Mr Bright and Aemmy

(Chorus by Aemmy)
We shall see Jesus face to face
Our bodies shall be turn into the likeness of His
Glorious body
We shall see Jesus
Face to face
(1st verse by Mr Bright)
Creations making Worthless plans
But Jesus got His name Writing on our forehead
These people tranna do it
Without the Lord
But we see clear bro
Even in the cloud
Like a hunter in the night
Coming for his prey
I see them clearly from the darkness
Coming for my soul
They say B wake up
You can be on top
With what you get
I swear to you
You can be the boss
Christ is lier
You’ve tried it all
How can a baby born in a manger
Can give you life?
Can’t you see how much B
It look so sad?
Bring your soul
Come get the though
Men you can have the world
Yeah! You can have the world
(Bridge by Aemmy)
(Chorus by Aemmy)
We shall see Jesus
Face to face
Our bodies shall be turn into
The likeness of His
Glorious body
We shall see Jesus
Face to face
(2nd verse by Mr Bright)
The word is so effective
I’m a living proof
Rely on it daily
Cause I know I will see Him
Cause since the day
I’ve lost them
Some years ago
I’ve chose to be someone in a positive way
Without my parents
Cause I’m a conqueror
And when the challenges tranna stop
No one was there
Only the Lord
So I’m sorry to you all
To you deceiver
I got a higher price men
Only in Jesus
I pray everyday for you to be reached
My apologies to all the girls
That Really care
But I disappoint
Your boy has found the real life
I pray everyday for you to be reached too
Oh Lord Jesus
You are such a good God
A good father
Instead to put my trust in the spirit
I took my way
Trana be what I’m not
But now I’m falling back
Take control
Jesus make me a better man
(Aemmy)
Our bodies
Shall be turn into
The likeness of His
Glorious body
We shall see Jesus
Face to face
(Chorus by Aemmy)
We shall see Jesus
Face to face
Our bodies shall be turn into
The likeness of His
Glorious body
We shall see Jesus
Face to face
(Outro by Mr Bright)
I know I may fall several times
But the Lord shall raise me up again
And by His grace
I know heaven shall reword me as the greatest preacher of my generation
That is what I aim for
Kekeli and Aemmy
PWH music
Tank you Jesus
AMEN!

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#One Mick, great songs, great ideas, all at a time

 

Watch and Download_Lord_Louis_Live_Performance_(Onyemaechi)_At_Covenant_Life_Church

Incredible and a must watch stage performance from the stable of Lord Louis Production.

Onyemaechi (Who knows tomorrow)

 

 

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Music: Onyemaechi – Lord Louis_a.k.a_Annointed_Producer

Gospel music minister and music producer Lord Loius is out with a brand new single titled OnyemaechiOnyemaechi meaning who knows tomorrow is from is forthcoming album Sweet Sweet Love.

Listen to Sweet Sweet Love

 

This song ”Onyemaechi” (who knows tomorrow) reminds us that no one knows tomorrow except God Almighty. As you listen, receive healing, Hope, and Revolution In Jesus Name. Amen

About Artiste:

Lord Louis is a gospel music minister and also a music producer with the mandate of bringing hope to the world through his music. He is the CEO of Lord Louis productions, And Also an advocate of Love. Lord Louis has produced so many Inspiring and spiritual songs which we sing today in the body of Christ. He decided to drop this song ONYEMAECHI (who knows tomorrow) From one of his Album Sweet Sweet Love.

Connect:

Facebook: Lord Louis

Instagram / Twitter: @mrlordloius

Sun. Service 29th April Live With Apostle Johnson Suleman

April live service with Apostle

April Fire & Miracle Night Service 2018 Live With Apostle Johnson Suleman

Fire Night with the Apostle

 

Music: Dr. Paul Enenche | Nara Ekele | Feat. Dunamis Voice Int’l x Osinachi Nwanchukwu [@DrPaulEnenche]

Founder and senior pastor of the Dunamis International Gospel Centre, Dr Paul Enenche puts out a brand new single titled “Nara Ekele (Accept My Praise)”The song features Dunamis Voice Int’l andMrs Osinachi Nwachukwu.

 

 

“I present to you my new song Nara Ekele (Accept My Praise). A song of praise that describes the Almightiness of God in multi-dimensional ways in the Igbo language. As you listen may you experience His Almightiness in every direction”. – Dr Paul Enenche

Watch the live recording video below:

 

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Facebook: DrPastorPaulEnenche
Twitter: @DrPaulEnenche
Instagram: @DrPastorPaulEnenche

 

Shocking: No!_I_Cant_Marry_a_Pastor_She_Said


Yesterday was Sunday, I was in church and everyone looked glorious… And the service was just heavenly,
my pastor was delivering the message with so much passion…His words were hitting me right where I sat,
suddenly my stomach did a flip flop… Oh….No!..Not in church… I couldn’t control it.. I immediately
dashed into the toilet and had a wonderful time there… but I could bet I was hearing sobs… Sobs coming
from the back of the toilet. After cleaning up, I followed the sound and guess who I met, Daniella, my
pastor’s beautiful 6 year old daughter crying and Cherish, 9 years trying to calm her down..
I tried to find out what was wrong, even though it took a long time before they voiced out. They were
hungry… Daniella said ” Aunty when I grow up, I will never marry a pastor, so that I won’t be hungry… My
Daddy is a pastor and we are always hungry, but my friend’s daddy is not pastor and they never go
hungry. Even mummy is hungry, we didn’t eat yesterday.”
I couldn’t tell how tears flowed down my face, and God’s word hit me like an arrow in my heart ” We have
sown spiritual seed among you, is it too much if we reap material gift from you”…1 cor 9:11.
How could I explain to this girl’s that being a pastor was a noble work and that the reason why they were
going hungry was not their father’s fault but the fault of we the members…. We were not following God’s
order… A lot of us eat delicacies and forget the levites who were interceding for us before God… We forget
men who have sleepless nights digging the scriptures to get out secrets to move our life forward… The
HolySpirit technically raised my head up as I saw the array of executive cars owned by the members which
was a big contrast to the rickety car my pastor drives… Now I understand why my pastor’s wife wore
clothes that were not fashionable.
Friend, it’s high time, we started taking the material needs of those who are blessing us spiritually
seriously… Would it be wrong to personally placed your pastor on a monthly allowance… Would it be
wrong to support your pastor in paying his children’s school fees…
Anyone who blesses you or ministers to you spiritually, make it a duty to bless them materially…
Our pastors are hungry….
1 cor 9:11.
God bless you… Bless a minister today…. And see how God will bless your ways… Remember a soldier
who defends a nation and fights for a country does not have to do a side job in other to meet his needs….
The Army provides for him and his family… Let’s provide for our spiritual soldiers…. Have a blessed week.
PLEASE SHARE ON… OUR PASTORS HAVE NEEDS… DON’T BREAK THE CHAIN….They need the change.

#Traimi.com celebrate you.

The Supernatural, Stockholm, Sweden. Day 1 Evening – Apostle Johnson Suleman

 

 

The Supernatural, Stockholm, Sweden. Day 1 Morning – Apostle Johnson Suleman

The Word of God is real.

 

 

Sun. Service 22nd April 2018 live with Apostle Johnson Suleman