Delly Benson, one of the most prominent Haitian Christian artists of the hour, performed at Tabernacle of Glory during the 40-day Fast and the Arise and Shine 2016 Conference. It was a blessing to have in person the singer of popular Christian songs such as “You are Lord”, “Mwen kwè” (I believe), “Anyo Bondye a” (Lamb of God) and so on.
Delly Benson first performed during the 40 days of fasting in North Miami Senior High Gymnasium and at the Arise and Shine Conference closing at Bank United Center, Coral Gables, Miami, on July 31, 2016.
“We’re used to singing his songs at our worship services, we are blessed by his very anointed compositions, today he came to worship the Lord with us in person,” said Pastor Gregory Toussaint introducing the psalmist Delly Benson to the public of North Miami Senior High Gymnasium on July 22, 2016.
“This is a psalmist, a worshiper that God is using powerfully everywhere around the world. He is a blessing to the Haitian community, “said Pastor Toussaint.
The author of the gospel album “You are Lord” was warmly welcomed by the large crowd of North Miami Senior High Gymnasium, more than 2,000 people.
The psalmist Benson first asked the audience to applaud the presence of someone special who was none other than our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, the one who “does whatever he wants and delivers whoever he wants.”
Delly Benson then performed various songs from his repertoire and led the audience to a new dimension of praise and worship.
In this Delly Benson follows the footsteps of well-known Christian artists who ministered at Tabernacle of Glory such as: Donnie Mcclurkin, Micah Stampley, Ingrid Rosario, Sinach, Alabanza, Voice of Inspiration, David Metayer, Dickson Guillaume, Phil Driscoll to name a few.
At the closing of the conference “Arise and Shine 2016”, Delly Benson was once again invited to lead the worship. “We were so blessed in his first time with us that we wanted to re-invite the psalmist Benson who not only has the talent, but also a heart for God,” said Pastor Gregory Toussaint.
In front of a multicultural crowd of nearly 8,000 people, Delly Benson sang various songs of his repertoire including “Espri k pi fò a” (the Higher Spirit), one of the new songs to feature on his second album, “A Dieu soit la Gloire” (To God be the glory). The album will be released on November 6, 2016, in Port-au-Prince (Haiti).
Delly Benson was born in Cap-Haitian on October 3rd. He started singing in church at a young age. In 2007, he won the title of vice-champion of the first edition of the Haitian national song contest “Digicel Stars”. Benson then studied marketing at the Diplomatic and International Studies Centre (CEDI) and theology at the Fishers of Men Ministries International (MPHI).
In MPHI he met the one who will become his wife, and they married at the end of his theological studies. From this union were born their two daughters, Sophia and Shamma.
In April 2009, Benson founded a ministry called “Holysongs” which is formed of musicians, singers and prayer leaders. Together with his team, he released in May 2011 his first album titled “You are Lord, which contains 15 songs.
This album is a constant source of spiritual blessing. Thousands of people around the world testify to have been blessed through the melodies.
Benson and his group regularly participate in worship and praise concerts everywhere throughout Haiti. Delly Benson is regularly invited to perform in Haitian churches in the United States.