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31.01.2021 Gospel News

Pastor Vincent Baah out with "M' Ade Nyinaa" in the wake of COVID-19

By Skbeatz Records
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Ghanaian gospel artiste and Pastor, Vincent Baah is out with a new soothing worship medley titled 'M' Ade Nyinaa' which means 'My All In All'.

In an exclusive interview with blogger Skbeatz Records, the Ghanaian UK-based songwriter shared that the song was given to him by God to encourage people in these difficult times.

He narrated how his biological Father was admitted and nearly lost his life with COVID-19 but through the power of the song 'Madi Nyinaa', and through prayer and supplication, he received divine healing.

The UK based minister strongly believes God is the cure and healer of all COVID-19 patients and people, and those suffering from any form of sickness.

The "Madi Nyinaa" new song features Pastor Richard Adjei and Ghanaian gospel diva, Sandra Affreh.

"God is Jehovah Jirah our Provider. He the source of peace for every disturbed mind.

Whatever the problem is, he has the solution for it, so let's run to Him with all our burdens in this difficult times of the pandemic and he'd surely give us rest".

The song is to point people to God as a solution giver for every problem.

The Slow tempo worship song was recorded at Shiloh Studios, mixed and mastered by Dave Jazzi.

Personalities behind the instrumentations include Kofi Emma (On drums), Nsanku Pekay (on the keyboards), Elvis Yarwood (Bass guitar), Jesse Kwaku Boateng (lead guitar), and Boakye Danso Dickson (Acoustic guitar).

The official video is yet to be released.

Touching on the Inspiration behind the song this is what he shared:

"God gave me the song to encourage people in this difficult times we are in that he is our all in all. He is the cure and healer for all COVID-19 patients and people suffering from any form of sickness, he is Jehovah Jireh our provider for those who have lost their jobs, he is the source of peace for every disturbed mind.

...I mean whatever the problem is, he has the solution for it, so we should run to Him with all our burdens in these difficult times of pandemic and will give us rest. The song was also written for my parents who both had poor health, Dad was admitted for COVID-19 and we nearly lost him, but through the power of this song, as we prayed with it he has been healed and discharged from the sickbed.

Mum is currently still at the hospital awaiting surgery as they are suspecting something cancerous in her stomach but we are believing God to heal her and I daily pray with this song. So the song is to point people to God as a solution giver for every problem."

Watch and listen to the lyrics video:

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