Minister Tommycct & Oshane Grace | Peace That I Need (Remix)

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Peace That I Need (Remix)

by Minister Tommycct & Oshane Grace

What we`re saying in agreement. God has granted us sweet peace. In Philippians..And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and your minds in Christ Jesus. Friends let us enjoy that PEACE, Stop the FIGHTING.
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Minister Tommycct & Oshane Grace
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Minister TommyCCT Knew Oshane White from child wood, it is good that they colab now!
Oshane Whyte was born on the 24th day of August, 1990 in the parish of Clarendon, Jamaica. He is a humble individual who was influenced at an early age by the 90’s Hip Hop music.
Oshane love beating on the desks at primary school while spitting out a flow of words causing a frenzy amongst his classmates in the absence of his teacher. He later on passed for a prominent high school in Clarendon. However, unfortunately he started hanging with the wrong crowd and that resulted him in smoking and trafficking ammunition for his friends.
He dropped out of high school because of rumors of his involvement in violence’s. He was the talk of his community. This young man did not die during his teenage years, because he had praying family members who were giving him moral support.
He then moved to Kingston attended a private school. Where he met and became good friends with a Rastafarian musicians who was attending the same institution. As a result of that friendship Oshane was converted to the Rastafarian faith. While living as a Rastafarian he named himself Chiantis which is derived from the word chant and did reggae music which became very popular in his circle. He also became a part of the Rastafarian tribe called Nyabinghi where he worshipped every Sabbath.
His family members were displeased with his choice of religion as they were Christians and so they prayed without ceasing for his deliverance.
Oshane got his deliverance from a life of smoking and spiritual confusion. In the year 2010 he confessed Jesus as his Lord and Savior. He now serves as an Evangelist in his local church where he is touching the life of many through his preaching, music and prayer ministry.



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