Marion Hall still 'sweetly saved'
"I was once one of those sheep that was lost. But the Lord took time out to search for me, to seek me and now he found me and I'm apart of that flock right now," said Marion Hall.
She was performing at a gospel show in the Bronx alongside fellow gospel artiste, Lieutenant Stitchie.
Hall, formerly known as Lady Saw gave her life to the Lord in December and since then, the vivacious artiste has not looked back.
She performed at a number of gospel shows in the United States (US) and just as she dominated in dancehall, with a new message, she is gaining the respect of gospel fans.
"Wow she is sweetly saved.. God is so powerful. Our God is so awesome," one of her followers commented.
Another person thought that Hall's barefooted performance was symbolic of what the Lord told Moses.
"Place where you're standing is holy ground...Love the barefoot on stage," the comment read.
And Hall was not only singing and deejaying, but she was preaching and encouraging her audience members as well.
"Women if you have been through some things, never be ashamed of your past. The past is what makes you stronger," she said.
In one of her songs she encouraged folks to hold on no matter what their story is.
"I've been abused, I've been raped, I've been through a whole lot of struggle but I never lose my faith. I've been a victim, I've been weak but don't get it twisted, I never accept defeat. I have Jesus who never let go off my hand and He pulls me through the storm cause my Jesus, He had a plan," she said.