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Monday 26th June 2006

The Mohabir Sisters return with album 'Feel The Power'

ONE OF Britain's longest running gospel groups, The Mohabir Sisters, will have a new album 'Feel The Power' launched at the London Calling event at London's Earls Court on 29th June. London Calling is a new international meeting place for all aspects of the music industry. The Mohabir Sisters' album is dedicated to their late father, the renowned preacher Philip Mohabir who died in 2004 and to sister Anne, who sadly and unexpectedly died shortly before releasing the album. CR

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Posted by Dr. S. Dunamis Balac in Germany - Bielefeld @ 16:28 on Nov 21 2012

My dears in the Lord,

is it true? Our Father phil in Christ is pass away???
Oh my God God, what a shame I know only today, ( I found out online now and chocked and sad) but many times I wrote him mail but no answer, I know now why he dint wrote me back.

In the Lord and in His glorious ministry
Dunamis B

Posted by Robert Singh in USA @ 18:23 on Jul 6 2011

Keep up the good works, I always enjoy your singing

Posted by Jim Blackwood in NJ, USA @ 16:23 on Feb 28 2011

Dear Mohobir Sisters,
I am very sorry to hear of the loss of your father Phil. I just found out today that he passed in 2004. The world is less because of his passing.
Many years ago, (1983?) a group of 10 men from Community Gospel Church in NJ, USA under Ray Ciervo went to a small village outside Georgetown, Guyana, called Hauraruni with your father to help build a home for orphaned children. I am one of those men.
I would like to tell you I have never forgotten your father or the wonderful brothers and sisters I met there. Your father changed my life on that trip. I wanted to thank him and let him know for the last 27 years I have been praying for him and his mininstry. Again I am sorry for your loss 7 years ago.
On that trip, one night he and I were talking when he shared with me that several times as he wlaked through the jungle he would suffer fainting spells from over working. That was a big concern for both of us. I have been praying that our Lord would provide strength for your dad and wisdom to know when to slow down and when to say no and what to say yes to. Your father was very dedicated.
Your dad and mom have changed the lives of many. May God bless all he labered in. His memory and vision lives on.

Best Regards
Jim Blackwood

Posted by David Prasad in London @ 08:06 on Jun 28 2006

A long awaited accomplishment, truely gifted and blessed singing. Will be greatly enjoyed by many

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