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  1. Animals reacting to musical instruments; let's not forget my favorite golden retriever Bailey!
  2. http://ekjonathan.blogspot.com Here's the cover: Sooo....what did Brother Peter REALLY find between Bo's mattress? Whay say you?
  3. Words of wisdom:

    Those who leave everything in Jehovah's hands will eventually see Jehovah's hand in everything! 

     

  4. I love this tune myself and definitely appreciate more the Lingala version. To be honest, I believe "ayé " is a part of what's called vocal improvisation/rhythmic syllables to enhance the melody. (Somewhat akin to what we know in this region as doowop or scatting.) IMO, they sound like professionals.
  5. What an uplifting song for this month's broadcast! If anyone here wants to learn the English version, I took the liberty of learning the lyrics a few hours ago. Enjoy! (Please excuse any errors.) With Jehovah, We Are One Ayé ---- 1. The trouble in the world Disunity No matter where we live No harmony. Ayé ---- 2. There's people suffering Fighting for change. But among God's people We trust in His name. [Pre-Chorus] So we must stick close to His Word And remain no part of this world. [CHORUS] With love ---- in every little thing we do (ayé ayé ayé) Show love as we spread the Good News. And feel ---- the love of the brotherhood (ayé ayé ayé) Though we stand out as different (ayé) With Jehovah we are one. Ayé...ye ye ye ye ye ye Ayé...ye ye ye ye Ya! 3. No matter where we go From sea to sea With God's people we find true family. Yes, there's anxieties But hope is real (aah ----) A paradise to come True peace is near. (Ayé ayé ayé ayé) [Pre-Chorus] So we keep trusting in His Word And remain no part of this world. (ayé ayé ayé ayé....ayé ayé ayé ayé ---) [CHORUS] With love ---- in every little thing we do (ayé ayé ayé) Show love as we spread the Good News. And feel ---- the love of the brotherhood (ayé ayé ayé) Though we stand out as different (ayé---) With Jehovah we are one. We are one --- (ayé ayé ayé ---) [BRIDGE] So let's stay faithful and endure. (ayé---) And remain no part of this world. [CHORUS] With love ---- in every little thing we do (ayé ayé ayé) Show love as we spread the Good News. And feel ---- the love of the brotherhood (ayé ayé ayé) Though we stand out as different (ayé---) With Jehovah we know ---- (ayé ayé ayé) In every little thing we do Show love as we spread the Good News And feel ---- the love of the brotherhood (ayé ayé aye) Though we stand out as different (ayé---) With Jehovah we are one. Ayé ayé Ayé ayé We are one. (ayé ayé) We are one ---- (ayé ayé) We are one. (ayé ayé) We are one. (ayé----)
  6. I'll be sharing this with my family members...thank you Brother Matt.
  7. I must agree with Uani. Repetition is the easiest way, at least for me, to commit to memory our beautiful kingdom songs and original JWB songs. Download to CD and play in my vehicle or download as mp3 on my tablet or phone and listen throughout the day while doing chores or riding in my car. However, I'm somewhat bored to learn them all in my mother tongue so I isten to my favorite ones in other languages (i.e., French, Swahili, Italian, Kongo, etc.) "Mai solo" I was able to memorize and the power of that brother's voice means so much more to me as well as "Ano’ng Nadarama Mo?" in Tagalog. Even better too, is learning them in another language as wonderful brain exercises.
  8. As of today, we are blessed to have 53 WT choral songs for our enjoyment; one-third of the total number! Here's to the final 98 songs to be released in 2019!! C'mon WT chorus people...get busy! (I need to make approximatelt 50+ complete CD's for the elderly, the shut-ins and those who are living in senior-care facilities!)
  9. I find this hard to believe too Sister Bea. This ban was calculated and planned many years in advance. The following are end-of-article comments I read and found interesting from an insider from the Washington Post website: FWIW, all of this is going according to divine plan. Let God's will be done!
  10. Yes, you're referring to the toxic gas attack in Angola: https://jwtalk.net/forums/topic/32463-angola-convention-incident/?page=5 Slooow justice against the perps!
  11. What a self-sacrificing spirit Sis! May Jehovah bless you tenfold!
  12. I saw this movie two years ago. Highly recommended!
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