LISTEN CAREFULLY TO THE LYRICS & CELEBRATE GOD’S LOVE…

I wrote this song with my wife, GospelJazz recording artist Mechelle Johnson waayyyyyy back in 2001, (we’re a ministry team:-), but we didn’t record it until 2015. From 2001, to 2015, to today, the message is timeless!


It’s a beautiful walk through the bible revisiting how God’s love is demonstrated to His people, and celebrating that He loves us with that SAME love.


The song is for everyone, but my wife really wants women to identify with it’s message.

Listen to the in the video above, and please listen carefully to the lyrics. Listen as she proclaims,


“Even at times when I get caught up in the world, He let’s me know I’m still His girl!”


We pray God’s gift of exhortation is perfected in this song and it blesses you. Here are the links if you’re interested in adding it to your personal playlist. I’ve provided the lyrics below in case you want sing it in your worship service, or perform it yourself. And, if this song blesses you, please share it with someone – and check out Mechelle’s other music and our SONday Blessing videos celebrating Godly marriage on her FB page @Mechelle Johnson Music 🙂


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Apple Music: http://apple.co/1MhfvxW

Amazon MP3: http://amzn.to/1EXdILQ

Google Play: http://bit.ly/1qMRMxd

Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1L8fRow


“THANKS FOR LOVING ME TOO” (Lyrics)

Noah’s family You saved

It rained forty days

The Hebrews were slaves

then Moses you raised

to lead them to that land

you promised Abraham.

You called him Your friend.

You showed Your love to him

Your Word tells me that Your love is so true.

I wanna say thank You Lord for loving me too.

So many people You healed

Five thousand bellies You filled

A woman in adultery one day

You sent her accusers away

She stood alone with You Lord

You said go and sin no more

You forgave her sins

You do the same for all men.

Your word tells me that Your love is so true

And I want to say thank You Lord for loving me too.

Thanks for loving me,

Thanks for loving me too. (Repeat 4x)

Thanks for loving me too

When I acted like a fool You saw me through

When at times, I get caught up in the world

You let me know…I’m still your girl.

Thanks for loving me,

Thanks for loving me too. (Repeat4x)

Thanks for loving me too

Your Word tells me, Your love is true.

You’ve shown your love, since the world begun

In the fullness of time…You gave me your Son.

Thank you Lord, for loving me. (Repeat 4x and end)

Written by Aldtric T. Johnson/Al-Go-Rhythm Music, 2001

BE BLESSTIFIED!

A SONG FOR YOUR RESURRECTION CELEBRATION…

For Your Resurrection Celebration:

This song written was by Aldtric Johnson & Titus Pollard:

“Just Remember (It Was Something He Didn’t Have To Do)”

As you listen to this song, picture in your mind what Yeshua the Messiah (Jesus the Christ) went through for us.

Picture that after being beaten and carrying His cross, as He lay on His back on Calvary, His brief moment of rest was interrupted by nails being driven in His hands and feet.

Picture Him being hoisted for the extreme trauma of crucifixion on His execution stake.

Picture Him being put on public display, and being tortured and humiliated.

Picture those who crucified Him left that day thinking they had won.

Then remember, that wasn’t and isn’t the end of the story…

Celebrate His death, burial and resurrection. Do NOT CALL IT EASTER.

HAPPY RESURRECTION CELEBRATION!

BE BLESSTIFIED!

YOU DON’T HAVE TO SAY “GD” TO TAKE GOD’S NAME IN VAIN…

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STOP PLAYING WITH GOD’S PRAISE…AND HIS NAME

There was a time when God’s name was referenced more. We need to be careful how we refer to God casually and not in reverence…how we let what is meant to be praise be reduced to idle words. Look at what Jesus said about idle words…

Matthew 12:36-37(NKJV)

36 But I say to you that for every idle word men may speak, they will give account of it in the day of judgment. 37 For by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned.”

We must make sure that we never play with His praise. Many movies, plays and songs, have turned what is meant to be sincere praise into a joke, or cliché…


Please don’t say HALLELUJAH unless you’re really praising Him.
And, don’t play with it.


Please stop saying “HALLELUYER!”


Remember this…

JAH (YAH) is the part of the word that’s His name. You don’t have to say GD to take His name in vain. 

Exodus 20:7 (NKJV)

“You shall not take the name of the Lord your God in vain, for the Lord will not hold him guiltless who takes His name in vain.

For more on this please read…IS ‘OMG’ TAKING GOD’S NAME IN VAIN? 

BE BLESSTIFIED!

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