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Words: Lewis Hensley, 1867 Music: St. Cecilia, Kingsland Krist' ki 'joba Re de, Ki ase Re bere; F' opa-rin Re fo Gbogbo...

Wednesday, 25 February 2015


Words:Mary E. Servoss, in Sacred Songs and Solos, by Ira D. Sankey, 1881.
E yo n’nu Oluwa, e yo,
Eyin t’okan re se dede
Eyin t’o ti yan Oluwa,
Le ‘banuje at’aro lo


Eyo! E yo!
E yo n’nu Oluwa, e yo!
E yo! E yo!
E yo n’nu Oluwa, e yo!

E yo ‘tori O'n l’Oluwa
L’aye ati l’orun pelu
Oro Re bor’ohun gbogbo
O l’agbara lati gbala

‘Gbat’ e ba nja ija rere,
Ti ota f’ere bori yin
Ogun Olorun t’e ko ri
Po ju awon ota yin lo

B’okunkun tile yi o ka
Pelu isudede gbogbo
Mase je k’okan re damu
Sa gbeke l’Oluwa d’opin

E yo n’nu Oluwa, e yo
E korin iyin Re kikan
Fi duru ati ohun ko
Aleluya l’ohun goro. Amin.
Be glad in the Lord, and rejoice,
All ye that are upright in heart;
And ye that have made Him your choice,
Bid sadness and sorrow depart.

Rejoice, rejoice,
Be glad in the Lord and rejoice;
Rejoice, rejoice,
Be glad in the Lord and rejoice

Be joyful, for He is the Lord,

On earth and in Heaven supreme;
He fashions and rules by His word—
The ‘Mighty’ and ‘Strong’ to redeem.

What though in the conflict for right
Your enemies almost prevail?
God’s armies, just hid from your sight,
Are more than the foes which assail.

Though darkness surround you by day,
Your sky by the night be o’ercast,
Let nothing your spirit dismay,
But trust till the danger is past.
Be glad in the Lord, and rejoice,
His praises proclaiming in song;
With harp and with organ and voice
The loud hallelujahs prolong!


1 comment:

  1. Awesome,thank you so much,the Lord God bless you real good.