Pastor Charles Jenkins of Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church released a new worship song titled "War" on Sept. 15, 2014.
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Charles Jenkins, Chicago megachurch pastor and recording artist, tells the enemy off in a new Gospel track titled “War” released online Monday. Jenkins declares that the enemy cannot have his family or his increase in the aggressive worship song, released just months after an embarrassing nude photo emerged that was allegedly tied to an extortion plot.

Jenkins is senior pastor of Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church and an award-winning songwriter and producer. He declares in the upbeat “War” worship song, in which he is accompanied by the Fellowship Chicago choir:

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“I got joy in my soul

 God is in control

 I got Satan on my trail

 But I’m singing all is well

 He’s attacking everyday

 But I’m watching while I pray

 No matter the attack

 I won’t turn back

 Cause this means war …”

In another part, Jenkins sings:

“You can’t have my family

 You can’t have my increase

 You can’t have my breakthrough

 You can’t have my, you can’t have my

 You can’t, You can’t — I plead

 I plead the blood ..

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source: TheChristianPost.com

Pastor Charles Jenkins Declares ‘War’ in New Gospel Song Months After Alleged Extortion Plot  was originally published on praisecleveland.com

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