Marvin Sapp, who appeared at the Church of The Redeemed of The Lord earlier this month, continues to be at the top of the Billboard gospel chart with Thirsty. He is one of the nominees for Best Gospel Artist at the BET Awards, airing 8 p.m. tonight.

His CD includes the hit "Never Would Have Made It,'' a song that has catapulted Sapp to the top of the R&B charts as well.

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The song speaks to how Sapp, a pastor of a church in Grand Rapids, Mich., made it through several tragedies, including the death of his father.

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