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Never Stop Offering Your “Yes” to God



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Preciso tanto de Você, Sua mão a me guiar. E com todo Seu amor vou aprendendo o que é


Brazilian flare and faith come together in the voice of Nazaré Araújo and the accompaniment of famous guitarist, Maércio Lopes.

The song “Comigo” has all the romance of Brazilian Popular Music (BPM), but with one difference: It’s message is completely Christian. It is a pure and simple declaration of love for Jesus Christ.

With a notably intimate tone, the singer leads the listener in prayer and contemplation, subtly inviting him to be drawn by divine mercy — through a simple yet sophisticated melody.

The text speaks of the struggle of the soul that sometimes what’s to distance herself from God, yet also knows that she cannot live without Him.

“I need you so much, Your hand to guide me. And with all Your love, I learn what it means to love,” we hear in the refrain.

Nazaré Araújo tells us how we can make a fresh start in life despite our mistakes, when we never stop offering our “yes” to God.

The song “Comigo” is from her album “Substancial.”

Mirti Medeiros

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