Jamaican-born Gospel Recording Artiste and Worship leader, Sadra Madonna Lindsay drops her own version of Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)
I heard this song for the first time in 2013 just before I got married. It was a very delicate time in my life and during that season I had traveled to America with hopes of visiting radio stations to have music played and churches to sing.
There were many things I didn’t understand but then The Lord spoke to me directly with a scripture out of 2 Peter 1:3 His divine power has given us everything we need for life and for Godliness through our knowledge of him who called us by his own glory and goodness.
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Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)
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About Sadra Madonna Lindsay
Sadra Madonna Lindsay is a Jamaican-born Gospel Recording Artiste and Worship leader. She wrote Her first song, “I Wrote a Letter to Jesus” manifested when she was only seven years old. Born first in a family of talented singers, she has been singing from her first memory.
In 2013, Sadra Madonna Lindsay won “Best Female Gospel Artist” in the Clarendon Music Awards. She has 4 recorded singles namely “Hallelujah” “I Love Me” “Everything I feel” “In this Life” and her new release of Hillsong’s “Oceans (where feet may fail)”.
Her first album is in the making but she has not yet put a date to it.
Sadra Madonna Lindsay is desirous of making her mark on the International scene as a Gospel Recording Artiste and Worship leader. She is motivated by other worship leaders such as Chevelle Franklyn who also hails from Jamaica and Hillsong United Who are the original authors of her recent release Oceans (Where Feet May Fail).
Sadra Madonna Lindsay is the wife of a Pastor and the mother of one son. She also hails from a family of worshippers and singers who believe in giving worship to Jehovah.
As you enjoy her new release “Oceans: Where Feet May Fail” be encouraged to experience the power of God through worship.
“It is my sincerest desire to know him so much that He is seen in everything I am. To know him is to love him, to love him is to trust him.” (Philippians 3:10-11) – Sadra Madonna Lindsay
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