‘Playing My Organ Because You’re Preaching’: Tamar Braxton Fans Are Singing Her Praises After This Tweet

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Tamar Braxton is singing a new tune as of late, although it doesn’t involve new music as some fans have long hoped.

As she continues her trek toward a healthier body and mindset, it seems the star has been making progress on the latter, based on her Oct. 31 tweet.

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“Everything I’ve lost, God is going to give right back and more… but THIS time, it will actually belong to me. I’ll keep it All forever!! I can’t believe he loves me THIS much!!! If he knows MY name, he knows yours too!!! GLORY! 🙏🏼🙏🏼🙏🏼” read Braxton’s tweet from Thursday morning.

The thankful message left a mark on fans who eagerly replied on the social media platform.

“Won’t He do it! Touching in agreement.”

“Girl I’m over her playing my organ because you’re preaching. We speak those things that are not as though they were.”

“Amen! God is GREAT! I needed to hear this today. You are so inspirational. You have overcome so much and you STILL slay. I know how it feels to be in the shadow of a celebrity sibling and waiting for your turn to shine. You showed me it WILL happen for me too.”

“Preach Tamar, when he turns out darkness into light we can’t help but be in awe of his work.”

“Thank you I needed to read this. Been feeling really lost and alone lately. I have people around but still feel alone. So thanks I needed to read this. God Bless.”

“Touching and agreeing ❤️❤️❤️❤️ God is just that good”

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Tamar Braxton at the 2017 BET Awards pre-event at The London West Hollywood on June 21, 2017, in West Hollywood, California. (Photo: Leon Bennett/WireImage)

Braxton certainly has lots to be thankful for nowadays, particularly in her love life. She’s been dating The Pacific Group CEO David Adefeso for going on two years, and he’s been able to see the progress the star has made to wade past her prior pain.

In May, Adefeso explained how Braxton has done it in a lengthy Instagram comment.

“I have seen her go through a lot these past 12 months. It’s been real tough sometimes,” he said. “It takes a lifetime for many of us to recover from what she went through the last 2-3 years … Many would’ve run and hid, maybe given up the race. But Tamar chose to stay and fight. … You have my full support my African Queen…together forever!”

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