Sunday Praise & Worship | We Need You Lord

Photo Credit:R. Andrew LepleyJonathan Butler (born October 10, 1961, Athlone, Cape Town, South Africa) is a singer-songwriter and guitarist. His music is often classified as R&B, jazz fusion or worship music.

Born and raised in Cape Town during Apartheid, Butler started singing and playing acoustic guitar as a child. Racial segregation and poverty during Apartheid has been the subject of many of his records.[1] His first single was the first by a black artist played by white radio stations in the racially segregated South Africa and earned a Sarie Award, South Africa’s equivalent to the Grammy Awards.

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35 Responses to Sunday Praise & Worship | We Need You Lord

  1. They got played. Bamboozled. Hoodwinked. Folks tried to tell this ignoramus.

  2. It’s a never ending nightmare with this sob.

    I despise him. He thinks the DOJ is part of his White House staff. He doesn’t give a damn about norms or the rule of law. He has operated by his own set of rules his whole life. Time for Mueller to humble this thug.

  3. Ametia says:

    Anybody you know?

  4. He really does think the DOJ is part of his WH staff……….

  5. Alex Witt’s dumb ass! She allowed Sam Nunberg to out an FBI informant with a gentle slap on the wrist and then continued on with the interview. What in the fresh hell?

  6. Look who’s spewing jealous hate against Meghan Markle? Bitter Becky!

  7. rikyrah says:

    Good Morning Everyone 😄 😄😄

    • Ametia says:

      Have a Blessed Sunday, Everyone.

    • Liza says:

      Good morning, Rikyrah and Everyone!

      So, I’m out walking my dog this morning and ran into a neighbor I haven’t seen for a few months. I asked him why he decided to sell his house. He said he’s being treated for cancer and the prognosis not good, but he’s having surgery in July with a 50 percent chance of surviving the surgery.

      He’s really, really angry. But he’s getting his affairs in order, preparing for the worst and hoping for the best, he says.

      It was sad to see him so angry. I hope this gets easier for him.

      • I’m so sorry. I hope it all works out.

      • Liza says:

        TY, SG2. Based on what he told me, the greatest likelihood is that he will die before too long. I just hope he finds peace.

      • Ametia says:

        Hi Liza, how sad. Your neighbor’s anger is one of the stages of grief.

        50/50 are pretty good odds, when you think of it. His outlook nd attitude would paly a huge role in his healing too.

        It’s ironic, that one of the issues with built up anger is that it can make you ill.

      • Liza says:

        SG2, the cancer is blocking a bile duct and shut down his liver. He is going to have part of his stomach and liver removed and they are going to reroute the bile duct. I’m actually kind of hopeful that this might give him more time than expected.

        Ametia, that’s what I was thinking, that this is the anger phase. In his case, it’s really bad. He most definitely needs to calm down if he hopes to extend his life, but he’s not one to get counseling or meditate or anything of that nature.

        It unnerved me seeing him this way. It was one of those moments, watching someone face mortality.

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