Bokamoso ea Trip Lee

Boholo ba ua ntseba e le rogue le performer, empa 'nete ke, pelo Ke haesale moleli.

Etsoe hafeela ke 'nile ka etsa mino, takatso ea ka ea tebileng ka ho fetisisa e bile ho phatlalatsa Kosepele le bolela molemo le khanya ea Jesu Kreste. Ka mohau oa Molimo ke 'nile ka ba le monyetla oa ho sebelisa' mino ho etsa hore ka le sethala setjhaba. Ke 'nile ka rata mong le e mong oa bobeli oa eona' me ke 'nile ka leka ho e etsa le bokhabane. Ho theosa le lilemo, Ke 'nile ka utloa Molimo mpitsa' me hlomella hore ke se ke feela ho etsa mino, empa hape le ho bolela le ho ngola.

Ke ke hobane'ng ha selemong se fetileng ke ile ka ngola The Life Tse Molemo, buka e dives teba haholoanyane molaetsa ka morao ba ka rekoto ea sehlooho e tšoanang. E boetse e 's ke hobane'ng ha ke ile a phatlalatsa ho oa ho qetela eo ke ne nke ke ka ea tsamaeang haholo lintho tse ngata joalokaha ke' nile. Ke batla ho ithuta kamoo ho ba moruti tšepahalang, le hore ka feela e hlile e etsahetse ka moelelo oa kerekeng ea moo. Kahoo ke ho ipha nako ea ho sebelise a ithuta ho tloha baruti ba bomolimo kerekeng ea ka ho Washington, DC. Morena ikemiselitse, joalokaha ke sebeletsa basebeletsi kereke ea ka e, Ke tla boela ho be le khona ho hlahisa ho feta tsa lithulusi ho hlokahala hore ke sebeletse nako e telele tšebeletsong selehae.

Ke tšepa Molimo hore matsatsi molemo ke letetsoe ke menyetla, 'me u se ke ua tšoenyeha - u tla utloa haholo ho feta ho' na, ho tloha ho ngola 'mino ho ruta le ho bolela litaba tse molemo. Ke leboha tšehetso ea hao eohle 'tseleng, 'me ke u mema hore u ikopanye le' na ho ba le tseleng letetsoe ke menyetla.

o bolella

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    • Daniel BlagroveReply

      No he’s not stepping away from music, he’s devoting more of his time to his pastoral studies and commitment to his local church

    • AlexReply

      At first I believed he was retiring. Now every time I listen to his old songs, I’m likehe’s coming back, he’s way too good not too. Still one of my favorite artists.

  1. CguerridoReply

    Awesome it is great to see a young person who is willing to pursue god to the point of stepping down from a career in music as his main focus to putting gods word as a preacher and pastor first. You were already doing that with your music you know, now its a musicless song.

  2. Dervanie CharlesReply

    Im proud of Trip,for a young person he really gets God.He gets the true meaning for living for God.Keep up the good work TRIP ;)

  3. MalakReply

    Hey Trip,

    Who do you listen to for sermons? I see Piper’s work interwoven in Reach’s work, what other kind of figures do you listen to for inspiration/enlightenment on scripture?

    Thanks.

  4. Anthony_NickensReply

    Definitely understand, the calling of a shepherd is first to his immediate flock. We’re having a conference at my church New Bethel Church in Kansas City, Kansas especially dedicated to up and coming pastors. My pastor Suff. Bishop A. Glenn Brady is an excellent mentor and is passionate about pushing people into the abundance of God’s blessings for their lives. You should look him up on FB!

  5. Angela A. Spencer-MukesReply

    Just remember that preaching is communicating the gospel, however you do that best. I have always found your music to be wonderful sermons. A lot of times we think that a ‘callmeans we have to do the standard preacher role, when what He is equipping us for is what our hands find to do.

    Just a thought.
    My the Lord bless and keep you.

  6. footeusReply

    This really didn’t surprise me. I can see that’s where that dude’s heart is calling. He staying true to it and I pray for God’s best for him. And that he stays humble. It’s funny that I’m wearing hisCan I brag on my Lord?” wristband. That’s who I know will get the glory and for that I’m all with it. Let’s GO!!!!!

  7. Paul HorneReply

    God bless you brother as you go after this endeavor. I have enjoyed your music and your theology is tight. I hope the Lord continues to be glorified through your work.

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  9. CherishJesusLuvReply

    I am going the distance with you Trip.
    Baheberu 12:1-2 Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin which doth so easily beset [us], and let us run with patience the race that is set before us, Looking unto Jesus the author and finisher of [rona] faith; who for the joy that was set before him endured the cross, despising the shame, and is set down at the right hand of the throne of God.

  10. TinaReply

    With you all the way trip! Luv hearing you from your music to your book and your sermons. May our Good Lord continue to bless you and your family.

  11. VenniReply

    Ur music is just too good for you to put away! Your music is your sermons…..it touches alot of souls even to the point that you are unaware. It may not be reflected in album sales, Grammys, sold out shows but know that its to His glory. Like you said don’t look for that boxed up comfortable Jesus, it doesn’t exist. I will say this if the conviction or love of music digs into your soul enough, I know you will be back! Think about the missionaries who are tortured and kill in this day and age for Christ…..I know many of them thought of returning to their local churches where there is comfort! They are the brave soldiers…..warriors….i admire them more than any othercliquein Christ….They are trulyunashamed”!