***Alvin Slaughter -“Holy Holy Holy” – YouTube Video***

3/17/23 We grew up hearing this song, and I was singing it yesterday, and haven’t heard it in years!! What a treasure to remember this one. I am so happy to find this new artist also, Alvin Slaughter. Finding “gold nuggets” of songs that I have heard in the past of course carries nostalgia, but thanks to resources and tools like youtube, and finding lyrics on the internet, I can see who made these songs, the specific time era, the churches associated with it, and of course, the artists for them too.

Image by Jeff Jacobs from Pixabay

Different Talented Artist

Alvin Slaughter is a good find, as he has a style similar to Ron Kenoly, but also similar to some styles seen with Marantha Music and Vineyard from the 80’s, 90’s, and beyond. I’m glad to know that God has put it in mind for some of the people who add these videos to youtube, and those who often have a “channel” that you can subscribe to, to hear more good music like this. The artist who posted this is called “SEBAOT” – https://www.youtube.com/@jackriperman


Songs that get in your heart like this can really lift your spirit on a rainy day, or on any day when you need a hand up. Even one song, if you get a chance to think on it, can change the entire mood of your spirit, if you can just meditate on the peace in Jesus you need from those words.



Please click on the video and enjoy!

Other songs you may enjoy are https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SLKeOAo2sX0, and artist Ron Kenoly


Author: Wesley Gospel

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