Published on November 24th, 2019 | by Landon Buford0
Samuel Brown Chats With The Hype Magazine
We sat down with international Christian artist Samuel Miracle Brown and asked him a few questions!
So Miracle congratulations on all of your endeavors with the Homeless ministry, prison ministry, children’s puppet ministry, and your music ministry!!
Miracle: Thank you so much! All the glory is into God, and it’s been a mighty move of Jesus!!
So are you doing ministry full time?
Miracle: Oh, yes!!, it’s wonderful,” said Miracle. I’m able to concentrate 100 percent into what God is calling me to do in this hour!!
Can you tell us what your typical day is like in regards to ministry?
Miracle: Well, if God doesn’t wake me up in the wee hours of the morning downloading, pressing a song through my spirit, I wake up and go to dialysis. Three times a week, sometimes, for those of you that don’t know, Samuel was diagnosed with end-stage renal disease. His body has no kidney function.
Can you tell us what that was like to hear that you had a severe life-changing disability?
It was very hard. I wondered how I would pay my bills. I couldn’t work. The strain on your heart, being hooked up to that dialysis machine, is diminishing. Sometimes afterward, I’m so tired I can’t even drive myself back home.
Reporter: bless your heart. We are praying for you. So how are you able to do all of this ministry and jump around singing and dancing?
Miracle: it shows the power of God!! He created us, and he knows how to give us a tune-up lol.
How did this renal disease diagnosis change your life?
The renal disease affected me in every aspect of my life. I am unable to work. I almost lost my life. I am tethering life and death every time I dialyze because of the strain it places on my heart. The life expectancy of 8-15 years praying to get a transplant soon.
Have you questioned the path God has laid out for you?
I really haven’t asked God about this path. I feel everyone has their own walk, and this is just part of my walk with God.
Before your health issues, what did your path consist of? Before my prognosis, my path was very complacent. I was settled in having a great job with great pay. I thought my music career ship had sailed.
Does your current health situation in any way hinder your work for each of your ministries? Sometimes my current health situation may hinder my participation in one of our ministries. Usually, on dialysis days, I am too tired to engage, but sometimes the anointing precedes the disability by letting the spirit take me beyond physical limitations!
Do you favor one ministry over the other?
I wouldn’t say I favor one ministry over the other, but we enjoy the puppet ministry the most. It is essential to train our children while they are impressionable. We get to act silly and take on the different personalities of the puppets. The children love them, and it makes a lasting impression in their skill set.
Do you plan on working in other facilities as well?
My wife is really concerned and amazed at my ability to continue to praise God through dance!! She tells me all the time you don’t have to dance! I want to give God my first fruits, and I want to give Him my all!!
What is some advice that you like to share with people looking to follow in your footsteps?
Balancing life at home and ministry can be a task. My wife is a corporate professional, and she is in demand from her company she works for. Sometimes I may have to travel by myself but rarely. Our children are grown the baby boy. Jordan is a sophomore in college. So I am available for ministry almost 24/7.
Are there any other projects you are working on?
I see myself in the spirit five years from now being a mighty instrument for the kingdom of God and helping save the lost by giving them the word of God through our unique style of music and ministry. It includes speaking the language of our youth, hip hop/Rap/rhythm, and blues. Traditional and non-traditional. If they don’t come to church, we will bring the church to them by music!
Do you have any music on the horizon?
My God-given a purpose in life, I feel, is to use the many gifts that.