Energetic and dynamic gospel artiste, Akesse Brempong who is arguably the finest gospel reggae king in Ghana, shares on Facebook the whole inspiration behind the award winning reggae song ‘God is working‘.
He shared this a day after a thought provoking and anointed ministration with Overflow Inc during their 5 years in ministry celebration dubbed Victory Service ’18.
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This part of GodisWorking is the part I always sing with tears in my eyes. I’ve had so many people ask me what the meaning of that part of the song is. I will attempt to answer that question in this post. Here goes.”#GodisWorking is one song I never say I wrote.
Yeah the songwriting credit has my name there for technical reasons but that morning when the song was bubbling in my spirit whiles in the shower, I was deeply meditating on the mighty acts of God in my life. The Miracle of a Son God gave @dictaakesse and I.
At the point In my meditation when the song started bubbling in my spirit, I was disarmed off my song writing skills. It was a new journey of prophetic songs where I felt The Lord ask me questions and my responses were put to melody.
After the verse and chorus were done, the Lord asked me “If I gave you that son you so desire and you were singing him a lullaby what would it be?” My response was that “Bu-Bu-Ba-Bu-Bu-Be-Be” part of the song. And the Lord said to me “every time you sing that part of the song, it will be me singing a lullaby to a troubled believer”.
That part of the song is an allegory of God singing over a troubled believer. Like the way Mother’s would sing lullabies to their crying babies to calm them. Yeah…God can sing!!! If you are in doubt, check Zephaniah 3:17 “… He will joy over you with singing”