David Dale | Would You Look At What Religion Did To Me - Single

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Would You Look At What Religion Did To Me - Single

by David Dale

From the newly released album "Momma, Keep on Praying". A chronicle of one man's search through religion to find real faith!
Genre: Spiritual: Country Gospel
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1. Would You Look At What Religion Did To Me
David Dale Adcock, Sr.
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Although raised in church, like many teenagers, other things soon lured him away from the Lord.

Developing his musical talents in honky-tonks and bars, David played fast and loose with his life, his wife, and family.

But through it all, his Momma kept praying.

Divorcing his wife the second time, he finally reached bottom.

But Momma prayed, God heard, and changed his life forever!

So began an exciting journey with the Lord highlighted by:

1. wife and family restored

2. delivered from alcoholism and drug addiction

3. graduated from college and Bible College

4. Associate Pastor and Pastor for several years

5. Evangelized across the U.S. and other nations

6. Working for TBN the last 25 years

7. Latest CD - “Momma, Keep On Praying”

One of the songs included on the "Momma, Keep On Praying" CD is "Would You Look At What Religion Did To Me". A unique song which chronicles one man's search through the morass of religion until he finally discovers faith in the Lord Jesus Christ.

With sermons and songs, David ministers across the U.S.



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