Ako ang Nagwagi! – Dulce shares on ABSCBN Fellowship

Dulce graces tonight’s ABSCBN fellowship, a monthly gathering of Christian believers of ABS-CBN. As shared below, she began singing at the age of 2. She finished elementary but never had the chance to even step high school, but her singing prowess proved her God given talent to pave way to her career. Her life is indeed a miracle. Her testimonies shows how faithful and obedient she is from God’s calling.

She started her sharing with a song and while she is singing Power of Your Love, she was crying out of outpouring love from God. She takes on a lot of funny jokes and stunts while she gives her testimony. She shares the burden to pray for this nation, quoted verses from the Bible and sang the song she rewrote with permission, from the lyricist late George Canseco, the famous Ako ang Nagwagi . She is also the voice behind the song Maalaala Mo Kaya.

The story below is from sites Wikipilipinas and Celebritiesph.

Maria Teresa Abellare Llamedo Cruzata, better known as “Dulce”, is a Filipino singer and theater actress most famous for the hit song “Ako Ang Nasawi, Ako ang Nagwagi”. Dubbed as the “Asia’s Diva,” she has gained critical acclaims by winning numerous singing tournaments in the Philippines and abroad.

Dulce was born to a poor family in Villa Bulsita, Bulacao, Pardo, Cebu City. She started singing at the age of two. Her highest educational attainment was only elementary. She immediately went to Manila when opportunity came to pursue a singing career. She went on to win on many singing competitions including the popular “Tawag ng Tanghalan”, upon which she started her career, and the Second Metropop Festival on which she sang one of the late George Canseco’s compositions. Gracing recording studios, she became a singing sensation.

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