“Pray that my mind stays focused on Jesus … Even after ‘Sunday Best’ I found myself going back to where I had came from … I didn’t think I’d minister again,” she confessed.
“I’ve been holding this in for a long time and I didn’t know how to express myself,” Johnson continued with tears streaming down her face, “I’m tired of turning my back on God … that’s why I ask for your prayers. Please keep me in prayer.”
A clip posted on You tube shows Johnson at New Life Cathedral in Brooklyn, New York – that after winning “Sunday Best” – she didn’t want any parts of this (apparently referring to a career in the gospel industry.)
As several women begin to encircle Johnson and pray, another unidentified woman takes the microphone and prophesies:
“The enemy is after our musicians … and the enemy knows how to send people that just wanna get in to the fame and into the limelight and they’ll let you do what and say what you want. But thank God for some leaders that don’t mind telling you the truth and when it’s all said and done, we’re going to pray until something happens.”
Leandria Johnson is in the process of recording her first album. God will walk with you my sister. Keep your eyes on him.
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