William McDowell – Arise Intro

This day, William McDowell the American gospel music artist and pastor made an offering with the song “Arise Intro” which comes off his debut album.

As fans waited for it, William McDowell dropped the song “Arise Intro” which would be highly accepted by all. It was recorded and released in 2011 and is said to be one of the tracks off his new body of work “Arise”, an album of 23 tracks.

“Arise” is a distinctive and well-created body of work that is made of praise and worship melodies. It houses a. It is a special offering in which William McDowell showcases his unlimited capabilities and puts some hard work into reaching his fans’ satisfaction and expectations.

Lastly, the song “Arise Intro” appeared as the 1st track from disc 1 you shouldn’t miss from William McDowell this time… Listen and download it below!!!!


Video: William McDowell – Arise Intro

Lyrics: William McDowell – Arise Intro

[Spoken intro]
Look around, tell me what you see:
Nearly a billion people into the 21st Century,
Unable to read a book or sign their names.
Illiterate, and unable to read, not even the Bible.

Look around, tell me what you see:
Earthquakes, natural and man-made disasters,
Political unrest, famine, war, poverty,
And disease all around us.
The truth of God being trampled,
And Jesus being scorned by a world
In desperate need to encounter him.
Tell me, what do you see?

Jesus said: You are the salt of the earth.
But what good is salt if it has lost its flavor?
Can you make it salty again?
It will be thrown out underfoot as worthless.
You are the light of the world,
Like a city on a hilltop that cannot be hidden.

And Jesus Christ, the only answer for the world,
Lives in you, and moves through His body, the Church.
Yet the world says the Church is losing its influence.
This cannot be… not on our watch.
May the eyes of this generation be open.

One-sixth of the world’s population is hungry.
Half of the world’s population lives on less than two dollars a day.
Half of all the children in the world live in poverty;
More children die from drinking bad water
Than HIV/AIDS and malaria combined.
And water is the most abundant resource on the planet.

Look around: what do you see?
Church, how will we respond?

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