What is the history of yes lord song in cogic?
Yes, Lord! is the hymnal used by the Church of God in Christ. It was published in 1985 by the COGIC Publishing Board under the leadershp of Bishop J.O. Patterson, Sr.
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It stands for Church of God in Christ. It is the largest African American pentecostal church in the world.
The Mighty Kingsmen sang, I must tell Jesus somewhere in the 80's. You can listen to it on you tube. I hope this is what you are looking for.
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La Mass Choir
It's called 'Chinese Sleep Chant.'
ita vero, Domine
the song is called all my life i say yes lord
Yes by Shekinah Glory Ministry
The Lord of Lords wrote the song Lord of Lords dipwad.
You may be referring to "War Cry" by Micah Stampley. Do a search at Amazon.com to listen to a snippet. http://www.gospelpundit.com um i think you might be thinking of th…e song prepare ye the way of the lord it's a songs from the musical godspell I'm not sure who sings it but i will know soon we are ding the musical for school
Geto Boys sings a song called Yes YesY'all.
In Irish (Gaelic) there are no single words for 'yes' or 'no'. Instead the verb is repeated in the affirmative or negative. Will you do it? (An ndÃ©anfaidh tÃº Ã©?) I w…ill, lord. (DÃ©anfaidh mÃ© Ã©, a Thiarna.) Are you there? (An bhfuil tÃº ansin?) I am, lord. (TÃ¡im, a Thiarna.) The same applies to Scottish Gaelic.
To say yes you answer with the positive of the verb so the translation depends on the question asked. "(verb in the positive), a Thiarna" For example "Do you believe?" - …Creidim, a Thiarna (singular) / Creidimid, a Thiarna (plural)
Cogic, stands for Church of God in Christ. It is the largest pentecostal denomination, holding over 6.5 million members.
I thought there was only one hymn in the COGIC Hymnal written byBishop C. H. Mason, which was the "Yes Lord" Praise at the verybeginning of the hymnal.