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published08/12/18 04:29:00AM

Billboard Magazine: TOP GOSPEL ALBUMS


TOP GOSPEL ALBUMS



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Heart. Passion. Pursuit




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Koryn Hawthorne Unstoppable Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Unstoppable











2

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3

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Shana Wilson Williams Everlasting Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Everlasting

Shana Wilson Williams









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Maurice Yancey & One Accord Sentiments Of My Heart Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Sentiments Of My Heart

Maurice Yancey & One Accord










23

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4

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2

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Awards


[1] Greatest gainer this week


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Various Artists WOW Gospel 2018 Billboard Top Gospel Albums



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27

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Travis Greene The Hill Billboard Top Gospel Albums









6

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144

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Gains in performance







7




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Marvin Sapp Playlist: The Very Best Of Marvin Sapp Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Playlist: The Very Best Of Marvin Sapp











5

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3

PEAK POSITION



159

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Gains in performance











3

LAST WEEK



1

PEAK POSITION



21

WEEKS ON CHART







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Fred Hammond Best Of Fred Hammond Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Best Of Fred Hammond











8

LAST WEEK



8

PEAK POSITION



7

WEEKS ON CHART





Gains in performance







10




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Tasha Cobbs Grace (EP) Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Grace (EP)











12

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1

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229

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Gains in performance










11




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Tasha Cobbs One Place: Live Billboard Top Gospel Albums



One Place: Live











13

LAST WEEK



1

PEAK POSITION



153

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Gains in performance







12




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Todd Dulaney Your Great Name Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Your Great Name











14

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1

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28

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Gains in performance







13




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Snoop Dogg & Various Artists Snoop Dogg Presents: Bible Of Love Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Snoop Dogg Presents: Bible Of Love

Snoop Dogg & Various Artists










11

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20

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Tamela Mann Best Days Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Best Days











24

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1

PEAK POSITION



230

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Gains in performance







15




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Anthony Brown & group therAPy A Long Way From Sunday Billboard Top Gospel Albums



A Long Way From Sunday











22

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1

PEAK POSITION



53

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Gains in performance







16




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Tamela Mann One Way Billboard Top Gospel Albums









19

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1

PEAK POSITION



99

WEEKS ON CHART





Gains in performance







17




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Kirk Franklin The Essential Kirk Franklin Billboard Top Gospel Albums



The Essential Kirk Franklin











9

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3

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137

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18




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Gerald Scott neXtlevel Billboard Top Gospel Albums



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Gerald Scott









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19




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Maranda Curtis Open Heaven: The Maranda Experience Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Open Heaven: The Maranda Experience











7

LAST WEEK



1

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14

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20





Kirk Franklin Hello Fear Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Hello Fear











20

LAST WEEK



1

PEAK POSITION



111

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21





Marvin Sapp Close Billboard Top Gospel Albums









21

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44

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22




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Travis Greene Crossover: Live From Music City Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Crossover: Live From Music City











18

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50

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23




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Alicia Oatman Hear To Worship: Live Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Hear To Worship: Live

Alicia Oatman










16

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9

PEAK POSITION



3

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24




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Kirk Franklin Losing My Religion Billboard Top Gospel Albums



Losing My Religion











25

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141

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Kirk Franklin The Nu Nation Project Billboard Top Gospel Albums



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published02/24/18 01:43:00PM

How, in the Hell?


How, in the Hell?

 

Every unbeliever that dies an unbeliever will find themselves in a literal hell. Every person whether we are a believer or unbeliever has experienced or will experience their own figurative hell – situations and/or conditions we all go through or have gone through that were so painstaking, tumultuous and discomforting that we likened them to hell. 

The question I present in this article is, “How, in the hell, do we praise and worship God?”  Is there some equation or formula that enables one believer to retain the praises of God while another, going through the same thing, looses their praise?  

Scripture is one of the places we will find the strength and inspiration to draw from the examples of fellow brothers and sisters in Christ who have gone through a figurative hell and yet shined in the midst of it holding on to their praise.  David had his ordeal with Saul and in the midst of it says, “I will bless the Lord at all times: his praise shall continually be in my mouth” (Psalms 34:1).  David did nothing and said nothing that deserved him the pursuit for his life. He was just being who God made him to be, a shepherd boy ordained to be king of Israel.

It can seem that the flames of our hell are intensified when we didn’t contribute to the cause of the fire.  Not that they are, but it seems to be because when innocence is attacked the attack bears a stronger offense.  And what about the hell we catch for standing up for what is right.  Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego stood for God and didn’t bow to King Nebuchadnezzar’s gold statue and were thrown into a fiery furnace. There response was, “If we are thrown into the blazing furnace, the God whom we serve is able to save us. He will rescue us from your power, Your Majesty. But even if he doesn’t, we want to make it clear to you, Your Majesty, that we will never serve your gods or worship the gold statue you have set up” (Daniel 3:17-18 NLT). We also draw strength and inspiration from our fellow brothers/sisters that have impacted our present era such as Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. who stood up for civil rights and didn’t bow to the immoral and uncivilized treatment of white supremacists. He and others like him had a hell to go through for standing for what is right. 

So what is it that empowers these men and women alike to praise a God that is so good even when they are surrounded and directly impacted by all that’s bad?  Before I answer the question I want to venture down another road, the road of those who have caused their own hell and yet still have managed to retain a worship and praise.  We’ve ALL been there.....in the belly of a figurative hell and as we look around as we look up and down we are ultimately compelled to look nowhere else but in the mirror. We find ourselves in situations and conditions where we are our own authors. Remember Jonah.........but in the belly of the whale he capitulated and prayed, “...I will offer sacrifices to you with songs of praise, and I will fulfill all my vows. For my salvation comes from the LORD alone” (Jonah 2:9 NLT).  Jonah authored his own hell by being disobedient, but he also authored his own deliverance by praise.  God will get you out of even what you have put yourself in!           

It is the degree of love for and faith in the Almighty God which empowers a continual praise and worship from a saint of God catching and/or going through hell.  No equation, except for that which is comprised of the degree of your relationship (love and faith) with God.  David loved and had unspeakable faith in God. Shadrach, Meshach, and Abednego loved and had faith in God.  In one breath they say, “He will rescue us from your power...” and in another breath they say, “But even if he doesn’t....we will never serve your gods...”  This may appear to be a contradiction of their faith because at one time they proclaim that he will rescue them and at another time they entertain the possibility that he might not rescue them.  Actually, they have faith that he will, but also there is realization that it may not be in the way expected, but despite what He does they still have faith and their love seals the deal to make it known that it is Him we will serve no matter what.  Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. continued to preach despite the continued threats to him and his family’s life and the bombings of his house.  He continued to proclaim love and racial equality in a time where racial tension ran high.  And what is it that kept him praising and worshiping and doing the will of God? His love for and faith in God.  Indubitably we can say there has been a change to this nation as a result of his influence and others like him. 

Saints it is the degree of your faith that preserves your praise in hell, it is the degree of your love for God that preserves your worship in hell, it is your Praise and Worship that  God uses to preserve you in hell

 

Come hell or high water PRAISE HIM, WORSHIP HIM, PRAISE HIM!

 

“...the fire had not touched them. Not a hair on their heads was singed, and their clothing was not scorched. They didn’t even smell of smoke!”

- Daniel 3:27 NLT

 

“I will bless the Lord at all times: his praise shall continually be in my mouth”

- Psalms 34:1 KJV


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