Song Of Encouragement

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Wednesday 11th March 2020

Award-winning Ryan Stevenson releases "Amadeo (Still My God)"

Song Of Encouragement

THE MUCH acclaimed singer/songwriter Ryan Stevenson has released a single, "Amadeo (Still My God)". It is from Stevenson's upcoming full-length album, 'Wildest Dreams', slated to release this summer. "Amadeo is derived from the Latin name Amadeus which means 'lover of God'," said Stevenson. "We live in an uncertain world, and the truth of our humanity is the fact that we will all face uncertainties in life. Uncertainties can sometimes be catastrophic, life-altering events that shake the foundations of our faith and can leave us disillusioned. My prayer for this song is to encourage all of us, to trust God no matter what our circumstances may be, to remind us that whether in crisis or victory, our first response should always be to cry out to the Lord! In the midst of trials and storms, may we all be able to hold steadfast to the Lord, our comforter and peace, and always be able to say, 'I trust you, God, I love you, God! In every valley or mountain top, you are still my God!'" CR

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