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In this 1964 article by Mahalia Jackson (1911 1972), the iconic Gospel singer explained for the reader the relationship she had with the Almighty and further remarked that this relationship was the exact one God required from Christians:

"- you have to have a made-up mind. You don't straddle the fence serving God; we must put our all on the alter and let God abide. In my own life, in New Orleans and Chicago, I learned to lean on the word of God. I still read the Bible every day and ask God to give me the understanding of His Word. For the Bible says, 'Seek Me, learn of Me.'"

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The Faith of Mahalia Jackson  (Pageant Magazine, 1964)

The Faith of Mahalia Jackson  (Pageant Magazine, 1964)

The Faith of Mahalia Jackson  (Pageant Magazine, 1964)

The Faith of Mahalia Jackson  (Pageant Magazine, 1964)

The Faith of Mahalia Jackson  (Pageant Magazine, 1964)

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