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Inspirers - healer

 

This new contemporary gospel song ‘Healer’ by Inspirersis set to reach higher heights. The ballad has a modern contemporary rhythm with a mixture of dialects  making it more dynamic for larger audience.

Healer was birthed from the life experience of the group leader and testimonies of all, the lyrics portray the infinite and ancient God Yahweh as the Healer  and an incomparable God.

The lyrics and passion with which the song is presented gives much assurance and hope amidst challenges reinforcing that when everything around you seem to fail, Yahweh the God of wonders,  heals..

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ABOUT INSPIRERS 

The Inspirers  Ministry  has been in existence since 2012. This interdenominational group has ministered in several local churches in and beyond the boarders of Ghana.

In 2012, the group recorded their maiden Album Medawase Daa with songs like Gyesɛ Yesu Nkoaa,  Bɛgye wayeyi, Beberee and others.

In 2014, the group released another spirit filled Album Miracle Working God which has 8 tracks.  The miracle working God track which is the title of the album was written and composed by  the leader of the group who as a thanksgiving to God, expresses the miraculous power of God for his deliverance from  the June 3rd  2014 disaster which claimed the lives of many Ghanaians.

This highlife tune which has a mixture of Twi, English and Nigerian dialect  has enjoyed much airplay at FM stations such as Vision 1, Peace FM,  OK FM and  others. The album has other tracks such as Rain, Creation, Adom Nkoaa, Elohim and others.

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