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My Worship Is My Warfare

by Evangelist Faye Mosby

This awesome worship song is written by award winning songwriter Yvonne Perkins with lyrics that are heartfelt and weave a story of one who has faced the fiery trials of life, but is victorious through their worship and praise.
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Album Notes
Phayze Praise Music Group recording artist Evangelist Faye Mosby is known to be a worshipper! Her new album ‘My Worship’ is expected to debut in early 2015. She is currently introducing her highly anticipated new single “My Worship is My Warfare” which shares a dual release with her new book ‘Through the Fire for His Glory’.
From the Psalmist:
“I have been in situations where I felt like giving up, but when I would worship God his very presence would calm my heart and eradicate my fears. The music that I am recording is designed to speak to the heart of the matters that people are facing today. I am a survivor, but only because of Christ who strengthens me.”

This strength is what makes her music a ministry of healing. Many fans say Faye’s music ushers them into the presence of God. An ordained elder and evangelist Faye Mosby has traveled extensively ministering the word of God in teaching, preaching and in song. She overcame obstacles that could have stopped her ministry or worse could have cut her life short. She has learned to worship in the fire.

In a twist of fate that could only be described as Divine Intervention, Faye was inflicted with a gash to her hand that required medical attention. A quick series of medical tests later, Faye at age 37, was diagnosed with a very aggressive metastatic breast cancer. Faye underwent a radical mastectomy. The radiation treatment that was meant to rid her body of cancer severely burned her vocal chords. “I didn’t have much scripture memorized at that time but I focused on, ‘By His Stripes I am Healed’. My faith in God’s word kept me going.”

During this tumultuous time, Faye wrote her first song, ‘With Healing Hands.’ “It just flowed out and it was my answer from God when the doctors said my chances of survival were slim, he said he would touch me with healing hands if only I believed. Since that time God has given me many more songs during my times of prayer, praise and worship.”

Often times after ministering in song people request that she pray for them to overcome an obstacle in their lives. Faye says she enjoys ministering one on one with those in need of prayer. She has ministered in non-traditional venues such as cruise ships, prison ministry and amusement parks.

Faye released the album ‘Created to Worship You’ with fifteen anointed tracks in 2011. She won the 2012 Newsome Awards Female Vocalist of the Year, was a Grand Finale Finalist in the 2012 Prayze Factor People’s Choice Awards and she is a recipient of the 2012 Black Essence Award. Faye was recently voted Vocalist of the Year in the 2013 SIBN Excellence Awards. She has been the featured psalmist on the WATC Atlanta Live television program. She is nominated in two categories of the Anjelica Records Music Love Awards to be held March 2014. Bobby Jones called Faye a “great song writer”. Faye says, “I’ll never forget those words when he called me back to the stage at a Praise Break Artist Showcase in Jefferson City, Missouri.” Faye believes she is a “Music Missionary on a mission to do what the great commission has called us all to do.”

Faye grew up in North Little Rock, AR; she now resides there after living in St. Louis, MO thirty-plus years.



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