I’m Gonna Worship (feat. Dante Bowe)- Maryanne J. George | TRIBL

Official Music Video for “I’m Gonna Worship” featuring Maryanne J. George & Dante Bowe.

Written by Maryanne J. George, Dante Bowe & Majesty Rose Bergman. “I’m Gonna Worship” will premiere on Maryanne “MJ” George’s debut EP Available Now! It features a collection of deep-felt worship, uplifting praise songs and extended/spontaneous versions.

Listen to I’m Gonna Worship on ‘Not Just Stories’ Available Now!
Download Link: https://orcd.co/mjnsj


Verse 1
I don’t have the time to tell it all
But praise changed my life
With every mountain scaled, I’ll bring my all
I’ll sacrifice, a sacrifice
I’m gonna worship
I’m gonna worship

Verse 2
My voice may fade with age but what is left
I’ll give it to You
I’ve made my vows and I’ve counted up the costs
So here’s what I’ll do

Holy holy
Worthy worthy

Verse 3
And finally when I see Him face to face
It’ll all be so clear
That all my days on earth didn’t go to waste
I know He’s real

A Closed Mouth And Silent Heart – A.W. Tozer

My heart was hot within me; while I was musing, the fire burned. Then I spoke with my tongue…. –Psalm 39:3

Prayer among evangelical Christians is always in danger of degenerating into a glorified gold rush. Almost every book on prayer deals with the “get” element mainly. How to get things we want from God occupies most of the space. Now, we gladly admit that we may ask for and receive specific gifts and benefits in answer to prayer, but we must never forget that the highest kind of prayer is never the making of requests. Prayer at its holiest moment is the entering into God to a place of such blessed union as makes miracles seem tame and remarkable answers to prayer appear something very far short of wonderful by comparison.

Holy men of soberer and quieter times than ours knew well the power of silence. David said, “I was dumb with silence. I held my peace, even from good; and my sorrow was stirred. My heart was hot within me; while I was musing the fire burned; then spake I with my tongue.” There is a tip here for God’s modern prophets. The heart seldom gets hot while the mouth is open. A closed mouth before God and silent heart are indispensable for the reception of certain kinds of truth. No man is qualified to speak who has not first listened. The Set of the Sail, pp. 14-15

“Lord, teach me to close my mouth. I love to preach; You’ve given me opportunities to teach; I’m called on to dispense advice and counsel. But the sitting in silence before You, with my mouth closed–I don’t do nearly enough of that. Amen.”