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Louise Lyle Robles, an amateur composer, took home the P500,000 prize, tax free during the culmination of the year-long songwriting competition on UNTV.“Firstly, I thank God because He willed for me to have a part in the good advocacy of this program, ASOP TV,” said Robles in an interview during a press conference before the finals night at the Smart-Araneta Coliseum.World Championship of the Performing Arts (WCOPA) Champion Beverly Caimen interpreted the winning song.(PHILIPPINES – October 30, 2016) Twelve new songs of faith from different parts of the world resounded in the ADD Convention Center in Apalit, Pampanga during the A Song of Praise Mid-Year 5776 Finals. However, they noted that it is the lyrics’ biblical poignancy and the composer’s faith that helped inspired the song into creation that weigh more during ASOP.“The key to all the things that we are doing inside the congregation, part of our faith, is trusting what God can do, that we should always set aside what we can do on our own. Eli asked the composers and interpreters to render “full devotion” in making songs of praise that other servants of God can sing as well.“If it is not against the will of God, I hope to see another event like this where I can hear songs that I see to have a touch of perfection of spiritual arts and music that are truly heavenly,” said Bro.Taking home the music festival’s Song of the Mid-Year award was Sis. Sheru Abulencia for her song titled (Salt of the Earth).“One thing we want to impart to you, brethren, primarily is what the Lord Jesus Christ said that ‘without me you can do nothing’ (John 15:5),” said Bro. And that is mentioned in Proverbs 3:5, ‘Trust in the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.’” added Bro. Eli.[“Kung hindi naman labag sa kalooban ng Dios, I hope to see another event like this na sana makarinig ako ng mga awit na makikita kong [mayroong] touch of perfection of spiritual arts and music na talagang makalangit.]The event was streamed live across MCGI’s 1,360 satellite monitoring centers. Pabemazar Atienza of the North America Division bagged the Song of the Year-End 5775 Award last time, and was interpreted by Bro.Hangga’t May Tinig Ako (As Long As I Have My Voice) written by Jinnie Adilan of Cavite was hailed as the People’s Choice which was decided through text voting.“It’s hard to judge a song of praise, it involves the way of thinking, faith, passion, and ability with the words of God in the Bible.” These are the words of the Presiding Minister to the Members of Church of God International (MCGI), Bro.
Winning song entries will be judged by prominent personalities in music and recording industry.Meanwhile, “Best Song Interpreters” were Jason Fernandez for “You Stood by Me” and Bugoy Drilon for “God Will Always Make a Way.” Winners of the special awards will receive Php 50,000 each.The winners of ASOP Year 5, the first and only praise songwriting competition on Philippine television, were announced at the jam-packed Smart Araneta Coliseum.Eliseo Soriano, one of the judges in the 2010 A Song Of Praise Year-End-Finals. By years of sustenance, the program produced many songs of praises that could be used to praise God.The ASOP is being done twice a year by the MCGI as being administered by Bro. The songs’ lyrics are carefully and vividly criticized according to the teachings based on the Bible.
Gilda Ong with her piece, (Reason for My Song) written by Bro. On social media, audiences expressed their excitement and appreciation of the event using the hashtag #5776MYASOPFinals, which was announced earlier in the day by the official Facebook and Twitter accounts of MCGI. Frank Packing as an intermission number for the continuing leg of MCGI’s biannual songwriting festival.