TGIP: “Deliverance Will Come” – Shea Norman

Published by Torrence Glenn on Friday, May 28, 2010 at 1:43 pm.

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Ok, so I bet you’re wondering what in the world is “TGIP?” Let me explain.

I don’t know about you but it seems like everyday at some point during work or my commute that a song comes on my mp3 player that “gets me together.” (I tend to leave it on shuffle so that I don’t get too caught up in listening to one particular CD for too long.) You know what I mean, the *whoosh* happens, or it just makes you happy or just makes you feel a way and in that moment you just “Thank God It Played.” So that’s the explanation of TGIP! So I decided to test out a series where I’d post music each day that really blessed and inspired me that day in hopes that maybe it’ll do the same thing for you, expose you to something you maybe haven’t heard (B-Sides especially), or bring a song you maybe haven’t paid attention to back to the front of mind.  I also want you to post comments on what song might have done it for YOU that day.  Ask anyone who knows me, I can talk at length about music and share notes and song titles for hours. Depending on who it is, they know when they hear me say “Hey, have you heard this?;” they either get excited or run because they know the conversation could go on forever!

So today’s TGIP song comes from Shea Norman’s debut CD “My Heart Depends On You” that released in 2004. If I remember correctly, he was signed to Fred Hammond’s subsidiary label. I absolutely LOVED that CD and still play it often, and the track “Deliverance Will Come” is probably one of my favorites. Aside from Shea being an absolutely profound vocalist, the composition of the song is what really gets you. The music and background vocals are just perfect! I haven’t heard much from Shea Norman in the years after this release and have been hoping and praying for a follow up CD and I’m going to keep on hoping and praying! Enjoy “Deliverance Will Come.”

PLAY – Deliverance Will Come by Shea Norman

So what are you listening to today? Tell us!

Torrence

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[...] TGIP: “Deliverance Will Come” – Shea Norman – BET (blog)I absolutely LOVED that CD and still play it often, and the track “Deliverance Will Come” is probably one of my favorites. Aside from Shea being an absolutely profound vocalist, the composition of the song is what really gets you. [...]



jewel taylor Said on

I have a question. what about the ‘love’ God commanded us to have for one another? God is a God of restoration. people are too busy worrying about the way other folk are living. God’s Word calls them BUSY BODIES! they forget that we ALL must stand before the judgment seat of Christ. Everyone will answer to the things that they do. i think its ashame to put degrading stuff on the blog for all the world to see…if what you do is blown out of proportion on the internet, you wouldn’t like it. heaven is a prepared place for prepared people. do you think its gonna be a bunch of drama in heaven? i don’t think so. God said to be holy for I am holy! the reason why God is not answering prayer is because people are NOT praying!!



jewel taylor Said on

i feel that if anybody who do what they do is because they wanted to. if anybody want to be delivered from anything, they will be delivered. God is bigger than every situation or problem you have..he’s bigger than all of our habits…whether you do right or wrong, it was YOUR ‘choice’ to do ti…if you are forced to do something against your will then its called ‘rape’ and God’s people have been ’spiritually raped’!! if you walk into something with your eyes opened, then you knew what you were doing…the bible says you are without ‘excuse’. if a man is a homosexual, its his choice..but God can deliver him IF he want to be delivered!! we need to stop judging folk and pray for them…



Lolita Hexstall Spencer Said on

I really like this song because it speaks truth.



Lolita Hexstall Spencer Said on

I really like this song because it speaks truth. Looking forward to hearing more.