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Selah! A Moment of Singing Praises to God

Exactly a week ago, the voice of two of the favourites Youth Choirs in ARS were heard as the Harbour City (Tema) was shut down with quality musical tunes. It is said music is a language and it has its own way of getting to people positively, Two of Mid- Greater Accra’s favourite Choirs “Harbor City Youth Choir and Lebanon Executive Choir” both of the Church of Apostles Revelation Society, finally performed at their long awaited Choral concert, “Selah, meditation of the heart; singing praises to God.”

The program had the honors of Sedem Adjei, a former vice president of the Church’s student Union (ARSSU) also the current President of the Adentan Rotary Club and Kose Promise Lumor an upcoming comedian to MC the program.

The program had 4 sections as structured by the organizers .The first repertoire by Harbor City Youth Choir had two (2) songs first performance was T.K. Ansah’s Kledemenye followed by “Oye Ahen Mo Hen” composed by Ohene Adu Nti. Lebanon Executive choir had the second repertoire which consisted of “Nyame Tumi” composed by Ohene Adu Nti, followed by “Mawu Gbedegbleme” composed by Seth Wosime Ansah.

This followed up by Mass performance which consisted of both choirs, which had some interesting lineup that gave the audience something to meditate on. On the list was Yesu Yesu, Bibiara Beye Yie, Mawu Keke Wo Awala, Odani Ofe fee, Melemiadome, Midzi Hayeye, Nenyo Nede Wodede. Some of the Audience sang along during the performances others danced along.

The Guest of honor, Worlanyo Nyamadi, in his speech advised the audience about lateness to the house of God. He also encouraged members to work on their time management so they can have time for themselves to release stress. This was in line of explaining “Selah” as a way of reminiscing life. “If we do not reflect, Selah, how do we ask for forgiveness of sins, when we offend someone or God?” He also advised that members should take relationship with God serious so as he can always intervene when we need him.

The final perfomance was a blend of an anthem and some highlife medley which actually got members dancing and making merry. it almost looked like that was the part everyone was looking forward to. The program ended with a prayer and more Highlife medley followed

Exactly a week ago, the voice of two of the favourite Youth Choirs in ARS were heard as the Harbour City (Tema) was shut down with quality musical tunes. It is said music is a language and it has its own way of getting to people positively, Two of Mid- Greater Accra’s favourite Choirs “Harbor City Youth Choir and Lebanon Executive Youth Choir” both of the Church of Apostles Revelation Society, finally performed at their long awaited program “Selah, meditation of the heart; singing praises to God.

The program had the honors of Sedem Adjei, a former and only female vice president of the Churchs student Union (ARSSU) also the current President of the Adentan Rotary Club and Kose Promise Lumor an upcoming comedian to MC the program.

The program had 4 sections as structured by the organizers .The first repertoire by Harbor City Youth Choir had two (2) songs first performance was T.K. Ansah Kledemenye followed by Oye Ahen Mo Hen composed by Ohene Adu Nti. Lebanon Executive choir had the second repertoire which consisted of Nyame Tumi composed by Ohene Adu Nti followed by Mawu Gbedegbleme composed by Seth Wosime Ansah.

This followed up by Mass performance of both choirs which had some interesting lineup which gave the audience something to meditate upon. On the list was Yesu Yesu, Bibiara Beye Yie, Mawu Keke Wo Awala, Odani Ofe fee, Melemiadome, Midzi Hayeye, Nenyo Nede Wodede. Some of the Audience sang along during the performances others were on their feet dancing.

The Guest of honor, Worlanyo Nyamadi, in his speech advised the audience about lateness to the house of God. He also encouraged members to work on their time management so they can be able to have time for them to release stress as he was explaining the “Selah” as a way of reminiscing life. If we do not reflect, “Selah”, how do we ask for forgiveness of sins, when we offend someone or God?”
The final perfomance was a blend of an anthem and some highlife melodies which actually got members dancing and making merry and it almost looked like that was the part everyone was looking forward to. The program ended with a prayer and more Highlife medley followed.

arsonline.org/Emmanuel M. Ashigbui.

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