The channel premiered on the streaming platform on May 16, 2020 and has over 50 MCGI-original praise songs uploaded since then. The channel aims to make songs of hope and trust in God available online to anyone who needs inspiration and spiritual upliftment.
When I feel fear, when I am in pain, I always make it a point to sing to God. And it is very effective. I am relieved.
— Brother Eli Soriano (@BroEliSoriano) January 30, 2013
There is also a compilation of Bro. Daniel Razon’s original compositions. With God’s help and mercy, the Assistant Overall Servant of MCGI has a steady offering of new songs of praise to God each November, the month of his baptism in the Church of God.
More Than Just a Sing-Along
And since most families are together at home due to quarantine measures, Bro. Eli even encourages families to dedicate at least an hour of their day to gather with their loved ones and offer hymns and prayers to God to ask for His mercy and guidance.
MCGI’s Overall Servants emphasize that God is pleased when God’s people offer songs to Him. In return, He protects them from sorrows, troubles, and evil.
In Colossians 3:16 it says,
Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord.
Every MCGI gathering begins with singing songs of praise to the Lord.
And even during quarantine, church members take every God-given opportunity to thank the Almighty through songs of worship for His never-ending love and care for His people with the aid of modern technology.
“Praise music to the Lord does something for people. It can strengthen our faith. It can give us hope and other people as well.”
— Bro. Eli Soriano, A Song of Praise Festival, October 13, 2015
Subscribe now to the MCGI Songs of Praise channel on YouTube for a daily dose of inspirational music from the Lord.