John P.Kee, was the perfect pick. He is a Christ ordained and called survivor of the road to salvation. In his early twenties John found himself working at the PTL Network’s Buffalo Park. It was there where the young man initiated his transformation from a street thug and drug dealer named John, to gospel legend John P. Kee, and ultimately to Pastor Kee. He has gained foundational principles that gradually and eventually propelled him into victorious living.
Pastor Kee’s professional career that spans three decades, he has written music for The Hawkins Family, Billy Preston, Dorinda Clark Cole, Rev. James Cleveland, Florida Mass Choir, Mississippi Mass Choir, Vanessa Bell Armstrong.
Dathan Thigpen took over ‘Jesus Is Real’. During his performance he tapped into his church side.
Donnie McClurkin: When you went into your testimony you lost everyone and talked about the savior
Kierra Sheard: That was perfect and I wanted you to go longer.
Yolanda Adams: Somebody watching you would know that without a doubt Jesus is real.
Brightnie Jones challenged herself by singing ‘Comfort Me’. She delivered the lyrics, ‘Comfort me Lord, let me feel your presence right now; oh, comfort me.’ like she knew them personally.
Donnie McClurkin:You sang it from your soul. Once you let go you did well.
Kierra Sheard: I thought it was really good. I felt like you really paced yourself.
Yolanda Adams: You felt very comfortable with the song you embraced and made it your own.
Terrill Hall chose ‘My Mind Is Made Up’ as his song this week.
Donnie McClurkin: You’re singing gospel.
Kierra Sheard: It was great.
Yolanda Adams: It’s like every week you go higher and higher.
Tiquila Wilson chose ‘The Anointing‘ as her song.
Donnie McClurkin: Just broke into praise and could not say a word.
Kierra Sheard: I’m glad you made it this far.
Yolanda Adams: I am so glad you made it this far to show people your anointing.
Clifton Ross chose ‘He Welcomed Me’.
Donnie McClurkin: It can be interactive.
Kierra Sheard: I thought this performance was really good. Talk to the crowd. Don’t get into your head too much.
Yolanda Adams: You’re ready.
Zebulon Ellis picked ‘Standing In The Need Of Prayer’ and took the audience to church.
Donnie McClurkin: That was real and showed that God is real not fictitious
Kierra Sheard: It was amazing.
Yolanda Adams: It is not hard to see how your prayers were answered.
Martha Buries chose ‘Wash Me’ and dedicated it to her children.
Donnie McClurkin: You looked nice. Songs like this is hard to do. You gave it your best.
Kierra Sheard: You thought too much.
Yolanda Adams: I enjoyed the fun you had with it.
This week Martha Buries was was sent home. Did you agree?
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