Gospel Wedding Songs

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  • (The Wedding Song) David Bowie's "The Wedding Song" appears on his 1993 album, Black Tie White Noise in two forms, first as an instrumental titled "The Wedding" and then in its shortened, lyrical version, "The Wedding Song". The instrumental opens the album, while the lyrical version ends it.
  • an unquestionable truth; "his word was gospel"
  • The teaching or revelation of Christ
  • A set of principles or beliefs
  • folk music consisting of a genre of a cappella music originating with Black slaves in the United States and featuring call and response; influential on the development of other genres of popular music (especially soul)
  • A thing that is absolutely true
  • the four books in the New Testament (Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John) that tell the story of Christ's life and teachings
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gospel wedding songs - Ipi Ntombi:
Ipi Ntombi: An African Dance Celebration [VHS]
Ipi Ntombi: An African Dance Celebration [VHS]
Originally created by mother/daughter team Bertha Egnos and Gail Laiker, IPI NTOMBI (pronounced Ippy-Intombee and meaning "where are the girls") opened in Johannesburg, South Africa, in 1974 and then played to standing ovations all over the world for the next six years. Now, more than 20 years later, this new, updated version sizzles with its return to the stage, blending the traditional rhythms of Africa with the modern heartbeat of its people. The company of 50, some of whom are direct descendants of the original cast members, dance the story of the Johannesburg mine worker, who sings of his love for the girl back home and his sense of separation from his tribal roots. The show has restyled the musical's most popular numbers and added some new ones, including the exhilarating "Four Important Porters from Potgietersrus."

Ipi Ntombi is a joyous, homegrown dance and music celebration of black South African culture. First performed in 1974, the production, with a phenomenally talented and energetic cast of 50, has delighted audiences all over the world. This video of a live performance doesn't flag for an instant. The dancers display the athletic stamina needed to run a marathon; the singers show the vocal and emotive power of grand opera. Ipi Ntombi might well be regarded as a national opera of South Africa.
The story is so primal that it seems to have sprung directly from South African soil. It begins in a tiny village with thundering ceremonial dances in colorful tribal costumes. A tender love story emerges between a village girl and young man, who has gone away to work in the mines. As her sweetheart travels from the countryside to the city, tribal ceremonies morph into break dancing, jubilant South African rock & roll, and gospel singing. The youth, torn between his village roots and urban temptations, personifies the essential African conflict between the ancient and modern worlds.
Among memorable numbers are the cobra dance, with mesmerizing glow-in-the-dark costumes, and a funky gospel hallelujah chorus that brings down the house. The spectacular wedding ceremony between the boy and his girl symbolizes a marriage of tribal and city cultures. --Laura Mirsky

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Saint James - Brancoveanu Monastery
Saint James - Brancoveanu Monastery
PROTEVANGELIUM OF SAINT JAMES (The early life of Mary) 1. In the records of the twelve tribes of Israel was Joachim, a very rich man; and he made his temple-offerings twofold, saying: Let my superabundance benefit all the people, and let there be an offering to the Lord for my forgiveness, for a propitiation for me. For the great day of the Lord was at hand, and the children of Israel were bringing their offerings. And there stood over against him Rubim, saying: It is not right for you first to bring your offerings, because you have not made seed in Israel. And Joachim was exceedingly grieved, and went away to the registers of the twelve tribes of the people, saying: I shall see the registers of the twelve tribes of Israel, as to whether I alone have not made seed in Israel. And he searched, and found that all the righteous had raised up seed in Israel. And he called to mind the patriarch Abraham, that in the last day God gave him a son Isaac. And Joachim was exceedingly grieved, and did not come into the presence of his wife; but he retired to the desert, and there pitched his tent, and fasted forty days and forty nights, saying in himself: I will not go down either for food or for drink until the Lord my God shall look upon me, and prayer shall be my food and drink. 2. And his wife Anna mourned in two mournings, and lamented in two lamentations, saying: I shall bewail my widowhood; I shall bewail my childlessness. And the great day of the Lord was at hand; and Judith her maid-servant said: How long do you humiliate your soul? Behold, the great day of the Lord is at hand, and it is unlawful for you to mourn. But take this head-band, which the woman that made it gave to me; for it is not proper that I should wear it, because I am a maid-servant, and it has a royal appearance. And Anna said: Depart from me; for I have not done such things, and the Lord has brought me very low. I fear that some wicked person has given it to you, and you have come to make me a sharer in your sin. And Judith said: Why should I curse you, seeing that the Lord has shut your womb, so as not to give you fruit in Israel? And Anna was grieved exceedingly, and put off her garments of mourning, and cleaned her head, and put on her wedding garments, and about the ninth hour went down to the garden to walk. And she saw a laurel, and sat under it, and prayed to the Lord, saying: O God of our fathers, bless me and hear my prayer, as you did bless the womb of Sarah, and gave her a son Isaac. 3. And gazing towards the heaven, she saw a sparrow's nest in the laurel, and made a lamentation in herself, saying: Alas! who begot me? and what womb produced me? because I have become a curse in the presence of the sons of Israel, and I have been reproached, and they have driven me in derision out of the temple of the Lord. Alas! to what have I been likened? I am not like the fowls of the heaven, because even the fowls of the heaven are productive before you, O Lord. Alas! to what have I been likened? I am not like the beasts of the earth, because even the beasts of the earth are productive before you, O Lord. Alas! to what have I been likened? I am not like these waters, because even these waters are productive before you, O Lord. Alas! to what have I been likened? I am not like this earth, because even the earth brings forth its fruits in season, and blesses you, O Lord. 4. And behold, an angel of the Lord stood by, saying: Anna, Anna, the Lord has heard your prayer, and you shall conceive, and shall bring forth; and your seed shall be spoken of in all the world. And Anna said: As the Lord my God lives, if I beget either male or female, I will bring it as a gift to the Lord my God; and it shall minister to him in holy things all the days of its life. And behold, two angels came, saying to her: Behold, Joachim your husband is coming with his flocks. For an angel of the Lord went down to him, saying: Joachim, Joachim, the Lord God has heard your prayer Go down hence; for you see, your wife Anna shall conceive. And Joachim went down and called his shepherds, saying: Bring me here ten she-lambs without spot or blemish, and they shall be for the Lord my God; and bring me twelve tender calves, and they shall be for the priests and the elders; and a hundred goats for all the people. And behold, Joachim came with his flocks; and Anna stood by the gate, and saw Joachim coming, and she ran and hung upon his neck, saying: Now I know that the Lord God has blessed me exceedingly; for you see the widow no longer a widow, and I the childless shall conceive. And Joachim rested the first day in his house. 5. And on the following day he brought his offerings, saying in himself: If the Lord God has been rendered gracious to me, the plate on the priest's forehead will make it manifest to me. And Joachim brought his offerings, and observed attentively the priest's plate when he went up to the altar of the Lord, and he saw no sin in himself. And Joachim said:
My Papa singing the closing song
My Papa singing the closing song
He has the most amazing bass voice. He used to have a gospel quartet. He sang "Shine on us" by Phillips Craig and Dean

gospel wedding songs
gospel wedding songs
Love Ain't Suppose to Hurt Gospel Plays N/Tyler Perry
"Love Aint Suppose To Hurt" is a dynamic new gospel play. View clips -- bcbrecords(.com) This show deals with love and relationships. Tracie, a single parent, is struggling with issues that affects the 3 main men in her life, her father, her teen-ages son, and her long time boyfriend. she find that in every type of love relationship there is going to be some pain. But when it is real love it brings more joy than pain, because love is suppose to make you feel good. "Love Aint Suppose to Hurt" This phenomenal cast showcases Los Angeles top actors and singers, featuring from the US touring stage play "The Color Purple", Bridgette Bentley. This crowd pleasing cast also includes, from the R&B group AZ Yet, rising star, Tony Grant from "Tyler Perry's Why Did I Get Married".