PRAYER PROGRAMME

WARSHIPPING INTO MY TRIUMPH!

JUICY JULY 2022| DAY 28

THEME: BUT FOR THE SHOWERS WE PLEAD

TOPIC: WARSHIPPING INTO MY TRIUMPH!

TEXT: PSALMS 100:1-5

BIBLE READING: ROMANS 8:28-39

 

 

Hello sisters!

 

 

Wow! It’s day 28 already. Just like yesterday when we started.

 

 

Glory to Yahweh, for how far He has helped and brought us.

 

 

Wherever you are, shout it loud and clear;

 

 

THANK YOU, JESUS!!!

 

 

Today by the grace of GOD, we are looking at something very powerful from the throne of grace.

 

 

And our topic is: WARSHIPPING INTO MY TRIUMPH!

 

 

You can see, it is a possessive pronoun ‘MY’ used. That means it is a personal thing, a one-on-one thing.

 

 

Today, we are going to be releasing the showers through heartfelt worship and praise to the Doer of all things. And as we warship, we will enter into the realm of all possibilities! A world of triumph!

 

 

GOD is saying to us that: “My daughter, for the past 27 days, you’ve been sending your requests to Me over various aspects of your life, family, ministry, marriage, nation and all that concerns you and I have hearkened to them. But, today, I want it to be all about Me. Just worship Me, for Who I am, and not because you want to get something from Me. And you will see Me move in a mysterious way, in those areas it seems you haven’t seen Me move.”

 

 

Kai, sisters! This is the heart desire of GOD for us.

 

 

He is hungry for our worship.

 

 

He wants to move mysteriously, but He needs our worship to activate the explosion He is set to do.

 

 

Today, we are going to be putting aside our prayer requests journal and giving GOD quality praise and intensive worship.

 

 

Remember our Adoracion Intensiva programme, it’s exactly a month ago, today, and GOD is reviving it again. As for me, I’m yet to recover from that experience, because I saw GOD raw; I mean, He moved in mysterious ways in my life, beyond my comprehension that I am still enjoying till today. And I’m certain He will move mightily again

 

 

And today, is a mini Adoracion Intensiva (Intensive Worship) session.

 

 

Somebody shout;

 

 

HALLELUYAH!!!

 

 

It’s going to be taking a very unique and dynamic dimension, as unique dynamites that we are, you get?

 

 

Just watch out, and prepare your heart, as you delve into the bulletin.

 

 

But, before we launch into an atmosphere of intensive worship, here is a message for someone.

 

 

You have been faithfully praying and fasting, not missing any of the days, carefully observing the bulletin and praying with it, prayerfully listening to the songs, painstakingly studying the Scripture and taking heed to the lessons and corrections and faithfully attending the Bible study review; yet it seems as though the Heaven is closed and you still haven’t experienced a rain drop, talk less of showers; and you are at the verge of giving up, saying, ‘Of what use is this fasting, when it is already day 28, and nothing seems to happen?.’

 

 

Dear sisters, please don’t give up. The remaining 3 days is too much for GOD to turn your situation around, dear sisters. Your heaven is set to open, if only you can wield vigorously your weapon of warship. Just worship GOD today, in Spirit and in Truth, from the depth of your heart and with the whole of your heart. If it will take you to cry, please let it loose. It’s between you and your Heavenly Father. And you will see Him move on your behalf in a shocking way.

 

 

A man of GOD said in one of his books, and I rephrase:

 

 

‘If prayers fail, try praise. If praise fails, try prayers. It is impossible for both of them to fail at the same time.’

 

 

So, cheer up sisters, because God is set to move on your behalf, if only you believe in your heart and key in with your faith, into this atmosphere of worship.

 

 

And so shall it be in Jesus Name,

 

 

AMEN.

 

 

Let us quickly take our first song to encourage ourselves. KEEP SINGING by Mercy Me

 

Another rainy day

I can’t recall having sunshine on my face

All I feel is pain

All I want to do is walk out of this place

 

But when I am stuck and I can’t move

When I don’t know what I should do

When I wonder if I’ll ever make it through

 

I gotta keep singing

I gotta keep praising Your Name

You’re the One that’s keeping my heart beating

I gotta keep singing

I gotta keep praising Your name

That’s the only way that I’ll find healing

 

Can I climb up in Your lap

I don’t want to leave

Jesus sing over me

I gotta keep singing

 

Can I climb up in Your lap

I don’t want to leave

Jesus sing over me

 

Oh, You’re everything I need

And I gotta keep singing.

 

 

Trust you got the message from the song, sisters.

 

 

It’s another day of releasing showers, but everything appears gloomy, and you are just sad and doubtful if today will bring forth something good. Don’t worry, sis, just sing and worship GOD; even for that breath in your nostril and those beats in your heart, is more than enough thanks.

 

 

Just relax in His Presence and reminisce on His love.

 

 

It is well with you, dear sisters.

 

 

Let us take this song to make this commitment from the depth of our hearts, that regardless of the situation, LORD, we will forever worship You.

 

 

I’LL BE HERE by Dunsin Oyekan

I’ll be here worshipping

All of the days of my life

I’ll be here worshipping

All of the days of my life

 

(Everybody say)

I’ll be here worshiping

All of the days of my life

(I’ll be here)

I’ll be here (worshipping) worshiping

(Praise waits for You oh God in Zion)

All of the days of my life

 

(Say I’ll be here) I’ll be here worshiping

All of the days of my life,

(Say I’ll be here) I’ll be here worshiping

(All of the days) all of the days of my life.

 

Let’s sing this part for them

 

(Say I’ll be here) I’ll be here

(Lifting hands) lifting hands

(Even when it isn’t easy) even when it is not easy

I’ll be here (lifting hands) lifting hands

Even when it isn’t easy

(Say I’ll be here) I’ll be here lifting hands

Even when it isn’t easy

 

(Say I’ll be here)

I’ll be here (lifting hands) lifting hands

(Even when) even when it isn’t easy

(Say I’ll be here) I’ll be here

(Somebody lift your hands) lifting hands

(Even when it isn’t easy) even when it isn’t easy

(I’ll be here) I’ll be here (lifting hands) lifting hands

Even when it isn’t easy.

 

(Say I’ll be here)

I’ll be here (bowing down) bowing down

(All of my days) all of the days of my life

(I’ll be here) I’ll be here (bowing down) bowing down

All of the days of my life

 

(Say I’ll be here) I’ll be here (bowing down) bowing down

(All of the days) all of the days of my life

(Aaah uh uh uh uh oh) I’ll be here bowing down

All of the days of my life

 

(Somebody bow before the Throne)

 

I’ll be here

 

(Lift your voice and say I’ll be here)

I’ll be here (bowing down) bowing down

(All of the days) all of the days of my life

(I’ll be here) I’ll be here (bowing down) bowing down

(All of the days) all of the days of my life

 

(Say I make a vow before You)

I’ll be here (bowing down) bowing down

(All of the days) all of the days of my life

(I’ll be here) I’ll be here (bowing down) bowing down (ooh oh oh oh)

(All of the days) all of the days of my life

 

(I’ll be here) I’ll be here (worshiping) worshiping

(All of the days) all of the days of my life

(Praise waits for You Oh God in Zion)

I’ll be here (I’ll bring)

Worshiping (my sacrifice of praise before You Jesus)

All of the days of my life

 

One more time

 

(Say I’ll be here)

I’ll be here (worshiping) worshiping

(All of the days) all of the days of my life

(I’ll be here) I’ll be here (worshiping) worshiping

All of the days of my life

 

I’ll be here

Dropping my sacrifice

All of the days of my life

I’ll be here worshiping

All of the days of my life

 

I’ll be here worshiping

All of the days of my life

I’ll be here worshiping

All of the days of my life

 

As a musician begin to play this line

Ask the LORD for something, ask Him for something.

No one comes here and goes back the same way.

It’s not possible

 

I’ll be here

Because you’ve worshiped tonight

I’ll be here worshiping

All of the days of my life.

 

 

Welcome back, sisters.

 

 

Moving on, as earlier said, we will be using our weapon of praise and worship to bring down the showers.

 

 

Let us look at our text: PSALMS 100:1-5

 

 

Verse 1 says, ‘Make a joyful noise unto the LORD, all ye lands.’

 

 

By now, I believe no one is sad and gloomy again. It’s time to raise our voices with joy in our hearts to the Most High, dear sisters.

 

 

I love the way the Message version, puts it. It says: ‘On your feet NOW, applaud God.’ It is an action word, and it is with a quick and immediate response. And that is what we all are going to do.

 

 

AMEN?

 

 

AMEN!

 

 

Verse 2 says, ‘Serve the LORD with gladness. Come before His presence with singing.’

 

 

What we are serving Him today, as food, is our worship and praise, not our requests or prayer points. And it must be with gladness, in our hearts.

 

 

A Yoruba song says:

Ope lounje re (Praise is His food)

Ope lounje re (Praise is His food)

Ki je Eba (He does not eat Eba)

Ki je Ikokore o (He does not eat Ikokore)

Ope lounje re (Praise is His food)

 

 

The second part then admonishes us to appear before Him with songs in our mouth.

 

 

You know, if you want to receive something from a king, so fast, within a short period of time, even right on that spot, you know how you will eulogise that king, to the point that his head begins to swell, that he won’t think twice before he grants you your request, right?

 

 

Exactly!

 

 

That is what we are doing to our Heavenly King today.

 

 

The Message version says ‘Bring a gift of laughter, sing yourselves into His Presence.’

 

 

Of course, if you want to serve somebody food as a waiter, won’t you smile or express joy with laughter to the person, if you want him to come again.

 

 

Of course, you will.

 

 

If you want GOD to keep coming through for you over and over, again and again, bring him a gift of laughter. And do what, from the second part? Sing your way into His presence.

 

 

You know in Yoruba culture, during festive period, when it is time for cultural dance, the dancers start singing and dancing, some distance away before getting to the king’s throne. Then, they sing, dance, eulogise the king and make him so happy.

 

 

Yes, that is what we are going to be doing as well too, throughout today. We will be singing our way into His presence.

 

 

I want to believe by now, you are not waiting for prayer points, you should have started raising intensive worship in your heart to the King of all kings.

 

 

Let’s move on to verse 3. And it says, ‘Know ye that the LORD, He is God: it is He that hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are His people, and the sheep of His pasture.’

 

 

Kai, what a loaded verse!

 

 

He says you should KNOW. If you have not known Him, today is another day to know Him as your Lord and Saviour. Just quickly go down on your knees and say to Him: ‘LORD, I am sorry for the years I have wasted, living in ignorance of Who You truly are. Please forgive me, LORD. I come back to the heart of worship, where it is all about You, and none of myself. Receive me, Dear LORD, as I come back now into Your Presence. Thank You LORD for accepting me back, in Jesus Name, AMEN.’

 

 

I rejoice with you, sisters.

 

 

Welcome home, to the sanctuary of true worshippers.

 

 

Kindly reach out to any of the admins for further counselling.

 

 

Halleluyah, sisters!

 

 

Moving on, still on the same verse; now that you have known Him as your LORD, then you must understand that He is God, who has made, created, formed, fashioned, moulded you for Himself and not for yourself.

 

 

Just as Isaiah 43:21 says, ‘This people have I formed for MYSELF, they shall shew forth MY PRAISE.’ Are you in search of purpose, and yet to find one? Worship this GOD. Praise Him, and see Him reveal Himself to you, that specific area He wants you to show forth His Praise.

 

 

AMEN?

 

 

AMEN!

 

 

Still on the same verse, it says: ‘we are His people’, there is no turning back on that.

 

 

Or you have forgotten what 1 Peter 2:9 says, that ‘Ye are a chosen generation, a royal priesthood, an holy nation, His Own PECULIAR PEOPLE, that you should shew forth THE PRAISES of Him Who hath called you out of darkness into His marvellous light.’

 

 

Sisters, can you see the mind of GOD for you?

 

 

You can see you have a whole lot of reasons to worship this GOD.

 

 

Lift your voice wherever you are, and sing this chorus,

 

Oh my spirit, worship my Maker

Worship, worship, my Maker.

 

 

Sing it as many times as possible, till the Holy Spirit releases you to continue.

 

 

God bless you, sisters.

 

 

Still on verse 3;

 

 

The last part says, ‘and the sheep of His pasture’.

 

 

Kai!

 

 

Remember the affirmations you make in Psalms 23:1, that ‘The LORD is my Shepherd, I shall not want.’ And recalling our Bible study on Day 2 from Ezekiel 34:1-16, we saw how GOD said, He will bring us, His sheep, back from where we have wandered away, as a result of being neglected by the earthly shepherds He has placed over us. Then, He will feed us by Himself, that we won’t be in want of anything. He will even settle you in your own land.

 

 

Sisters, are you getting it?

 

 

Verse 2, says ‘He maketh me to lie down in green pastures.’

 

 

On day 12, we looked at Isaiah 43, where GOD promised us greenness and freshness. And that is where He is settling us, in green pastures; laying us down calmly, coolly and peacefully.

 

 

And the last part of verse 2 says, ‘He leadeth me beside the still waters.’

 

 

In verse 2 of Isaiah 43, it says, ‘Even if you pass through the waters, He will be with you, and through the rivers, it will not overflow you.’ Meaning that, all through the storm, He is there to decree, ‘Peace, be still’, and then He will lead you safely through that still waters.

 

 

Wow!!!

 

 

See, a lot packaged for us sisters.

 

 

And you say, you haven’t been experiencing showers.

 

 

Of course, you have been. If only you can think deeply and ask GOD to open your eyes to things He has done for you.

 

 

May GOD help us and have mercy on us in the Name of JESUS.

 

 

Let us quickly look at how the Message version puts verse 3 of our main text.

 

 

It says: ‘Know this: God is God, and God, God.’

 

 

I love this; very authoritative and affirming, making us understand that God is God, whether you believe or not, He is God and He will always be God. That, after God, it is God, and it will always be God.

 

 

Lift your voice and sing:

 

You were GOD

You are GOD

You will always be GOD.

 

 

Sing it as many times as possible, till the Holy Spirit releases you to continue.

 

This is also the chorus from the song ‘Always GOD’ by Dunsin Oyekan. If you have it, you can play it. And if you don’t, you find it attached with this bulletin.

 

 

God bless you, sisters.

 

 

 

Wow! See, how GOD is navigating the path of worship, to reach out to various aspects of our lives, and that is how He will be releasing the showers into various areas in your life, in the Name of JESUS.

 

 

Thank You, DEAR LORD.

 

 

Moving on, still on verse 3, it says ‘He made us; we did not make Him.’ That is to say, He is our Creator, we are His creature, the created ones.  And He has created us to do what, to show forth His praises and bring Him quality praises.

 

 

Quickly sing these choruses to the Creator of the Universe

 

Creator of the Universe,

What can’t you do,

What can’t you do Jesus.

Name above all other names,

What can’t you do,

What can’t you do Jesus.

 

 

 

 

THEN, SING THIS POPULAR CHORUS:

 

Thou art worthy, Oh Lord

To receive glory, honour and power

For Thou hast created

All things and for Thy pleasure,

They are and were created.

 

 

Sing to the LORD melodiously from your heart, sisters.

 

 

In Jesus Name, we have worshipped.

 

 

Somebody shout aloud:

 

 

THANK YOU JESUS!!!

 

 

Wow! I’m in awe of You, GOD.

 

 

I believe God is already moving in those areas of your life, where it seems He isn’t working.

 

 

Yes, I believe.

 

 

What about you?

 

 

Say it affirmatively, LORD, I BELIEVE.

 

 

Thank You, JESUS.

 

 

So be it according to your faith in Jesus Name.

 

 

AMEN.

 

 

Let us quickly consider the last part of verse 3, which says: ‘We are his people, his well-tended sheep.’

 

 

Like, sisters, did you see what He called us, His daughters, ‘WELL-TENDED SHEEP’, not just an ordinary sheep, but well-tended, well-cared for, well-catered for, well-nourished, well-looked out for sheep.

 

 

Awesome GOD!

 

 

Amazing Father!

 

 

Supernatural King!

 

 

We worship You LORD.

 

 

Appreciate this Great GOD, sisters.

 

 

In Jesus Mighty Name, we have worshipped.

 

 

AMEN?

 

 

AMEN!

 

 

 

Let somebody shout Halleluyah!

 

 

HALLELUYAH!

 

 

Now, let us move on to verse 4 of our text:

 

 

It says: ‘Enter into His gates with thanksgiving, and into His courts with praise: be thankful unto Him, and bless His Name.’

 

 

You know, before you enter into the palace of a king, you must first enter in through the gates, right?

 

 

Yes!

 

 

Then, you go through the gates, into the courts, before you then enter into the palace, where the throne is situated, with the king seated on his throne.

 

 

That is how it is with our GOD too.

 

 

As we enter into His gates, like this, we enter with thanksgiving. Entering into His courts, it is with praise. Going through the courts into the palace, we are giving Him thanks continually, with a thankful and grateful heart, blessing His Name.

 

 

Let’s quickly sing this chorus together,

 

With a grateful heart,

With a song of praise,

With an outstretched arm

I will bless your Name

Thank You LORD

I just want to thank You, LORD.

Thank You, LORD.

 

 

Trust you are thanking this GOD.

 

 

I don’t know if you are seeing this GOD already?

 

 

By now, you should have entered into His Throne, sisters.

 

 

Because, this GOD is too much.

 

 

A song says:

Mo r’Oluwa (I see GOD)

To n joko nibi giga (Sitted in a high place)

Mo r’Oluwa (I see GOD)

To n joko nibi giga (Sitted in a high place)

Aso yi kun ara re (His body is surrounded with the cloth of honour)

Okun nu tempili (And it feels the whole temple)

Mo r’Oluwa (I see GOD)

To n joko nibi giga (Sitted in a high place)

 

 

 

Worship this GOD, sisters.

 

 

In Jesus Mighty Name, we have worshipped,

 

 

AMEN.

 

 

Let us quickly look at what the Message version has for us:

 

 

It says: ‘Enter with the password: ‘Thank You!’ Make yourselves at home, talking praise. Thank Him, worship Him.’

 

 

Oh my my, I’m so much in love with this version.

 

 

It says the password for entry is what? THANK YOU!

 

 

You may want to ask, just that?

 

 

Yes! just like that.

 

 

Just keep saying what:

 

 

THANK YOU!

 

 

You might be tempted to ask further, for what?

 

 

Come, let me quickly show you in our third song:

 

 

THANK YOU LORD by Brooklyn Tabernacle Choir

Tragedies are commonplace

All kinds of diseases are all slipping away

Economy’s down, people can’t get enough pay

As for me, all I can say is

Thank You Lord for all You’ve done for me

 

Folks without homes are all out in the street

The drug addicts some say they just can’t quit

Muggers and robbers no place seems to be safe

But You’ve been my protection every step of the way

And I wanna say

Thank You Lord for all You’ve done for me

 

Yeah….

 

It could have been me (Thank You)

At home (Thank You)

With no food (Thank You)

And no cloth (Thank You)

Oh, just alone (Thank You)

Without a friend (Thank You)

Or just another number (Thank You)

With a tragic end (Thank You LORD)

But You did save me (Thank You)

To let none of these things be (Thank You)

Cause everyday by Your power (Thank You)

You keep on keeping me (Thank You)

I wanna say, Thank You Lord

For all You’ve done for me.

 

Yeah…..

 

It could have been me (Thank You)

At home (Thank You)

With no food (Thank You)

And no cloth (Thank You)

Oh, just alone (Thank You)

Without a friend (Thank You)

Or just another number (Thank You)

With a tragic end (Thank You LORD)

But You did save me (Thank You)

To let none of these things be (Thank You)

Cause everyday by Your power (Thank You)

You keep on keeping me (Thank You)

 

Thank You LORD,

Thank You Lord

For all You’ve done for me.

Thank You Lord

For all You’ve done for me.

I wanna say, Thank You Lord

For all You’ve done….

 

I wanna thank You for Your love

Thank You for Your power

Thank You for protection

Every hour.

 

I wanna thank You for Your love

Thank You for Your power

Thank You for protection

Every hour.

 

I wanna thank You for Your love (Thank You)

Thank You for Your power (Thank You)

Thank You for protecting me (Thank You)

Every hour, every hour (Thank You)

Blessings are new every morning (Thank You)

Blessings are new every morning (Thank You)

I wanna say thank You LORD (Thank You)

Thank You

 

I wanna thank You for Your Love (Thank You Jesus)

Thank You for Your power (Thank You LORD)

Thank You for protection (I am grateful GOD)

Every hour. (I am grateful GOD)

 

I wanna thank You for Your Love  (Thank You LORD)

Thank You for Your power  (Thank You LORD)

Thank You for protection

Every hour.

 

I wanna thank You for your Love (Thank You)

Thank You for Your power (Thank You)

Thank You for protecting me (Thank You)

Every hour, every hour (Thank You)

You are so awesome GOD. (Thank You)

You are amazing! (Thank You)

Thank You LORD! (Thank You)

I wanna say “THANK YOU”.

 

 

 

Can you see that? Trust you now know the reason for thanking Him, right?

 

 

See everything He has done for you. It could have been you, on the streets, begging for alms and sleeping out there stack naked under the cold every night, but He said no, not you my dear daughter. Rather, He gives us His blessings anew every morning.

 

 

Lift your voice and sing this chorus to the Almighty:

 

 

The steadfast love of the LORD never ceaseth

His mercies never come to an end

They are new every morning

New every morning

Great is Thy Faithfulness, Oh Lord

Great is Thy Faithfulness.

 

 

Sisters, sing about the faithfulness of this our Faithful Father.

 

 

Thank You, DEAR LORD.

 

 

For in Jesus name, we have worshipped.

 

 

AMEN.

 

 

Moving on, to the last part of verse 4, it says we should make ourselves feel at home, as in, feel so comfortable, relaxed, cool and settled in His presence. And we are not just to be there just like that, but to do what? To be talking praise.

 

 

Oh, how sweet!

 

 

That is why sisters, when you think deeply and see GOD move in any aspect of your life, even to the minutest detail of your life, quickly go into any of the admins DM and share the testimony there, so it can be shared with the family, and we can sing out and talk about the praises of GOD together with you.

 

 

May the LORD bless our obedience in Jesus Name.

 

 

For those of us that have been doing that, may the LORD multiply your testimonies and increase the outpouring of His showers upon your life and all that concerns you, in the Name of Jesus.

 

 

Then, as we talk His praise, we thank Him and worship Him.

 

 

Oh, lift up your voice in sweet adoration to the Doer of all good things and with your hand raised high to heaven, sing these choruses aloud:

 

 

  1. Thank You, thank You Lord

Thank You Lord

Thank You Lord, for everything, you have done.

 

 

  1. We are saying, Faithful are You Lord

Faithful are You Lord

Faithful are You Lord.

You are so faithful.

 

 

  1. Take all the glory

Jehovah, take all the glory

Jehovah, take all the glory

It’s from our hearts

Take all the glory

Jehovah, take all the glory

Jehovah, take all the glory

It’s from our hearts

 

 

  1. Anytime we see another breaking of the day

We say, ‘Thank You Lord’

Thank You Lord

Anytime we see another breaking of the day

We say ‘thank You Lord’

Thank You Lord.

 

 

  1. We just want to say

Baba o, ese e e e e

We just want to say

Baba o, ese.

 

 

  1. Ese Olore, ese Olore (Thank You, our Benefactor)

Ese Olore, Olore. (Thank You, our Benefactor)

Ese Olore, Olore (Thank You, our Benefactor)

Ese Olore, Olore (Thank You, our Benefactor)

 

  1. Anu re la n je, anu re lan je (We are enjoying His mercy)

Anu re la n je, laye wa (We are enjoying His mercy in our lives)

Anu re la n je, lebi wa (We are enjoying His mercy in our family)

 

 

In Jesus mighty Name, we have worshipped;

 

 

AMEN!

 

 

Now, let us consider the last verse,

 

 

Verse 5 says: ‘For the Lord is good; and His mercy is everlasting; and His truth endureth to all generations.’

 

 

Like, this GOD is too good. He is goodness personified, goodness exemplified, goodness filled, goodness embodied. Goodness is Who He is, all He has and all He gives. He doesn’t do evil. He does good always. That situation you are in, my dear sisters, and it seemed as if GOD is using it to punish you, NO! It is for His glory, it is a test of your faith. So cheer up, and worship this Good GOD, Who takes the highest degree in doing good.

 

 

Halleluyah!

 

 

Moving on, the second part says, His mercy is everlasting.

 

 

Do you know what that means?

 

 

It means His mercy endures forever. It does not change. It has no end. It never stops. It continues till the end of time. His mercies are new every morning. It is CONSTANT till everlasting.

 

 

In the equation of GOD, He is constant, we are the variables. We are the ones that change, and shift position. GOD doesn’t, neither does His mercy change. And it is of His mercy that we are not consumed.

 

 

This GOD is so good and merciful to us. Just rise up wherever you are, and praise GOD with this song.

 

 

God is Good

He has done me well

Oh my soul,

Rise up and praise the Lord

 

 

AMEN?

 

 

AMEN!

 

 

And the last part says: ‘His truth endureth to all generations.’

 

 

This is to say, that His word spans through and cuts across all generations, whether it is believed or not. His word abides forever. His word is Yes and Amen.

 

 

We can see that this GOD is too all-encompassing.

 

 

Let us quickly look at what the message version has for us.

 

 

It says: ‘For God is sheer beauty, all-generous in love, loyal always and ever.’

 

 

This our GOD exudes pure beauty, coupled with His generosity in showing us love. His love is overwhelming. And He is loyal and faithful to us, now, always and forever.

 

 

Let us sing this chorus together: –

My soul, praise the Lord

My soul, praise the Lord

My soul, praise the Lord

My soul, praise the Lord

 

 

In Jesus Name we have worshipped,

 

 

AMEN.

 

 

By now, I believe GOD has revealed Himself to us from this chapter, and you are no more in doubt of who He is and contemplating that He hasn’t done anything for you.

 

 

LET US QUICKLY TAKE THIS EXERCISE.

 

 

Pick up your journal and list out the names of GOD that has been revealed to you from the text.

 

 

Then, turn to the next page, and from a place of deep understanding and personal revelation, begin to write down who God is to you. Let it flow from your heart.

 

 

Then, take it back to Him, and call out those sweet names to Him.

 

 

To consolidate the above exercise, let us take this song:

 

 

OSUBA by Chidinma Ekile

Ato gba rále oooo (The Trustworthy One)

 

Iberu kósi fun mi (I am not afraid)

Ayá o fo mi ooo (I am not scared)

Aladé wura (The One with the golden crown)

Olorun tó ga ju (The Greatest GOD)

Olododo (The Righteous One)

Talo to ó (Who’s like You?)

Talo ju o lo ‘Ba mi (Who’s greater than my Father?)

Eni to mówa (The One Who knows us)

Oba to mo wa (The One Who moulded us)

To mohun gbogbo (Who knows everything)

 

Osuba olorun ijaya (I worship the Dreadful GOD)

Gbanigbani olorun a n saya (The Deliverer we run to)

Eni to lemi mi, mo dé (I’ve come to the One Who owns my life)

Osuba olorun ijaya (osuba olorun ijaya) (I worship the Dreadful GOD)

Gbanigbani olorun a n saya (The Deliverer we run to)

Eni to lemi mi, mo dé (I’ve come to the One Who owns my life)

 

Olodumare ooo (The Supreme Creator)

Oba akoda ayé ooo (The Creator of heaven and earth)

Ogbigba ti n gba alailara (The Advocate of the defenseless)

Asoromayewun ooo (He Who does what He says)

 

O gbeni ni ja (The Terrific Defender)

Keru o bo onija (Who leaves the defended in awe)

O pin okun niya (You parted the sea)

O ji òku dide (You raised the dead)

Iba re maa re sir (Here is Your worship)

Eleburuike ni ooo (The One with abundant care)

Eni to mówa (The One Who knows us)

Oba to mo wa (The One Who moulded us)

To mohun gbogbo (Who knows everything)

 

Osuba olorun ijaya (osuba olorun ijaya) (I worship the Dreadful GOD)

Gbanigbani olorun a n saya (The Deliverer we run to)

Eni to lemi mi mo dé (I’ve come to the One Who owns my life)

Osuba olorun ijaya (I worship the Dreadful GOD)

Gbanigbani olorun a n saya (The Deliverer we run to)

Eni to lemi mi mo dé (I’ve come to the One Who owns my life)

 

Onibu ore ooo (The One with bountiful blessings)

Jagun jagun ode orun oo (The Great Warrior of Heaven)

Oba ti nbe nibi gbogbo (The GOD that is everywhere/Omnipresence)

Akijuba (Hail to be praised)

Apejuba (Called to be praised)

Asajuba (Saluted to be praised)

Osuba re re (Here is Your Worship)

Osuba re re (Here is Your Worship)

Osuba re re ooo (Here is Your Worship)

 

 

After you are done, begin to sing and dance in expectation for the release of showers coming.

 

 

You can refer back to Day 2 and play Amanamo by Chris Morgan.

 

 

God bless you sisters!

 

 

Keep wielding your weapon of worship, and watch GOD come through for you.

 

 

We meet in the evening for our Bible study review.

 

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