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“The Voice America” Breakout Star Jeremy Rosado Shares Experience On God’s Goodness With Kelly Clarkson

Jeremy Rosado The Goodness Of God

Former contestant of The Voice TV show and American Gospel artiste, Jeremy Rosado has opened up on his Christian faith and the goodness of God over his life as he sat at interview with Kelly Clarkson.

The music vocalist who performed his recent song titled “Believe You Will” on the Kelly Clarkson Show, and who also signed a contract with Capitol Christian Music Group explained the song talks about trusting God in difficult times.

He also revealed he adopted his niece when he was 21 years old. He said;

I love my sister, but she’s had a struggle that’s never allowed her to be the mom she needed to be,” Rosado explained. He then recalled telling God, I need you to show up. I need you to do what you promised you would do.”

Jeremy Rosado became emotional as he spoke. Kelly Clarkson, who could relate as she also grew up in the church, was brought to tears. The crooner declared that he is “living in the goodness of God.” And his song “Believe You Will” echoes that sentiment.

I’m living in the goodness of God. He’s been so faithful to us, and so that’s what this song is about.”

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He also revealed his intentions to release songs that would help people connect and draw closer to God despite their challenges.

Following the brief conversation, Rosado performed his new single before the audience.

Turn my sorrow into joy, Calm the storm with just Your voice, Do everything You said You would, I believe, I believe, I believe You will,” the lyrics read in part.

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