Gospel Singer Marvin Sapp Has A Special Message for Those Going Through A Storm And Talks Music

Marvin Sapp on Storms, his Music, & School Gun Violence

American Gospel music singer-songwriter Bishop Marvin Sapp, formerly with the group Commissioned, took time out of his busy schedule to share some positive wisdom. With all that’s going on in this world, it’s no coincidence that there are people in the world who still are moved and can use inspiration from those who are significant legacies in today’s world.

Bishop Sapp is still going strong after 30-years in the music business and has learned a lot, and seems always ready to share a word or two to uplift the soul. Surprisingly, he keeps being amazed and feels it’s a great blessing that the message keeps bringing about transformation for those willing to listen. Accordingly, he’s had those troubled times and stresses the fact that it’s a challenge going through things in public which is different from behind closed doors.

You need to maintain your integrity and trust in God. Know that he brought you to it, he’ll see you through it.”

On another twist, Bishop Sapp shares his views on the recent gun violence that’s become such a hot-button issue these days. Both he and his son own guns, and hold concealed carry permits. However, there are things that need to be put into place to prevent young folks from being able to get types of guns, and make it more difficult for people to get weapons of mass destruction.

  • Joseph Walker, III
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