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Msz. Monday / Press

“Alright, in the air right now is FORGIVENESS! I thought it was odd that the Lord was speaking to me about it last weekend. Then I heard Gina Monday sing about it(get the cd). As if that wasn't enough, I'm seeing Benjamin Garrett in the Victory Daily Word talk about it...We've got to move to another place in God where we can truly forgive! ”

“GINA MONDAY ASKS YOUR FORGIVENESS With the release of her latest single "I Forgive," Gina Monday ushers in a new message and brand of inspirational music. New music is always fresh and available, but very seldom does a new message accompany the new music listeners are exposed to. Gina Monday, a native of Fort Worth, Texas, has released her first single "I Forgive," and it challenges us all to look inside ourselves and at others to forgive them. Now before you dismiss this as just a regular gospel/inspirational song, let's take a look at the message contained in this masterpiece! The Message She sings, “If the burdens of your past, or the pains of the present are locked up deep down in your soul.” For so many people, this is a troublesome issue! In America, there have been so many incidents that make these lyrics a reality. Racially, socially, politically…the scars are deep and reach across generations.”

“Many people are trapped by their inability to forgive themselves for something they’ve done or experienced in life. With this song, “I Forgive,” listeners will be able to experience the "key that frees them from such shame and agony." Just recently I was met with a similar verdict. I had a childhood friend who out of nowhere turned against me. Everything I did, he tried to outdo me in. Even as adults, he competes from afar though our lives mirror each other. I had to forgive him completely, and the freedom that was released as I forgave him was the same freedom that I felt. I was able to let the pain of the past go and allow myself to move forward. Moving forward is a real freedom that forgiveness can provide. It seemed that the pain of that situation followed me through every aspect. Though I’d worked to forgive before, that forgiveness I thought I’d granted wasn’t genuine. It wasn’t until very recently that I’d discovered the real freedom of true forgiveness. ”

Fred Willis - Suite101.com

“Hurt that has crippled our nation, our cities and even our communities has now been challenged and listeners empowered to inspire change! Monday brings the message to listeners in different situations, family being the most crucial. The chorus of this powerful song says: “I forgive you sister, I forgive you brother. I forgive you father, I forgive you mother, I forgive you friends and family. I forgive each and every fault. In what may be the hardest part of all." She concludes the chorus: “I forgive myself, please forgive me Lord and make me whole.” ”

Fred Willis - Suite101.com

“ In Gina Monday’s first single, “I Forgive,” listeners are treated to great vocals, music and a life-altering message. New music is out each week, but it takes a very long time for a "new" message to break forth. In popular gospel/inspirational music, songs are written to help us cope with the hurt that is experienced in life. Very seldom are songs written to empower the listener (whether the victim or the offender) to achieve and receive true forgiveness. If the message of forgiveness isn’t enough, maybe Monday’s voice (reminiscent of Natalie Cole and the late Daniebelle Hall) will capture your ear. The musical arrangement was put together by fellow Fort Worth native and Howard University grad Taylor Pace and is just as stellar as Monday’s singing! “I Forgive” is one of this year’s best songs out. Have a listen over on Monday’s ReverbNation page. http://www.suite101.com/content/gina-monday-asks-your-forgiveness-a368363#ixzz1KsPzNrXP ”