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Non-stop chorale singing of Church of God enters 4th year

August 11, 2012
Members Church of God International makes history with its non-stop chorale singing

Photo by Rovic Balunsay

Started in August 2008, the 24/7 non-stop chorale singing of the Members Church of God International is now on its 4th year.

A history once happened during the reign of the great psalmist, King David, the unceasing singing of praises and thanksgiving to God is an effort of MCGI to repeat what the Bible describes as a delightful act to God.

The Holy Scriptures record that when David was king of Israel, he assembled 4,000 choir members to sing songs of worship to God round the clock.

In a regular thanksgiving of MCGI last August 16, 2008, Bro. Eli Soriano explained that God is greatly pleased to His people’s praises. He also said that in return, God safeguards His congregation from danger. Bro. Eli is the Presiding Minister to MCGI.

On the same gathering, MCGI Vice-Presiding Minister Bro. Daniel Razon, commissioned the Church’s music ministry to start the new routine immediately.

The next day, on August 17, the National Choir and the various choral groups of the Church commenced the non-stop chorale singing. With God’s help, the Church will continue such endeavor until the coming of Christ.

From → Events, History, News, Religion

  1. elsieopenshisheart permalink

    What the old Christians have be
    en doing is being practiced nowadays. I know most people can stand partying all night but it’s new to me that there are people who uses their strength and talent for the glory of God! Good news!

    More power to your blog!

  2. Abel Suing permalink

    Thanks be to God!

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