Jubilee Malaysia Composes Worship Songs to Guide Children to Recite Bible Verses

Jubilee Malaysia

Jan 18, 2017

 

To share the Gospel with power of Christian worship music, Jubilee Malaysia began its project to compose songs to reach out to more people including children.

The Jubilee Malaysia representative, Sister Casslyn has a plan to develop Jubilee Kids by formulating praise songs taken from Bible verses, to help the kids to recite and memorize the verses easily.

By the grace of God, 6 songs were recently composed for Jubilee Kids and more will be developed. Among the songs that were produced in Mandarin are 'Thank You, Lord', 'Immanuel's Love' and 'Rejoice, the One who Relies on God'. 

She shared, "I was encouraged by how the Holy Spirit guides me and members to worship God vibrantly and build a deeper relationship with Him. I pray that I can be an instrument to share the love of God through music."

May the Holy Spirit inspire Jubilee Malaysia abundantly to produce songs and dances that draw souls closer to Him.

 

 

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