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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...

Sunday, 4 September 2016

Mo faye atife mi fun/My life, my love I give to Thee

Words: Ralph E. Hudson (1843-1901)
Mo f'aye at'ife mi fun
Od'aguntan to ku fun mi;
Je ki n le je olotito,
Jesu Olorun mi.

N o wa f'Eni t'O ku fun mi,
Aye mi yo si dun pupo;
N o wa f'Eni to ku fun mi,
Jesu Olorun mi.

Mo gbagbo pe Iwo n gbani
'Tori 'Wo ku k'emi le la;
Emi yo si gbekele O,
Jesu Olorun mi.

Iwo t'O ku ni Kalfari,
Lati so mi dominira;
Mo yara mi soto fun O,
Jesu Olorun mi.
My life, my love I give to Thee,
Thou Lamb of God who died for me;
O may I ever faithful be,
My Savior and my God!

I’ll live for Him who died for me,
How happy then my life shall be!
I’ll live for Him who died for me,
My Savior and my God!

I now believe Thou dost receive,
For Thou hast died that I might live;
And now henceforth I trust in Thee,
My Savior and my God!

O Thou who died on Calvary,
To save my soul and make me free,
I’ll consecrate my life to Thee,
My Savior and my God!

12 comments:

  1. Permit me to commend you on the wonderful work you are doing.Thanks for be a blessing,I love hymns as they help me cope during challenges ,it is a pity that the culture of hymn singing is gradually dying as most people don't see the essence.

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    1. Allow me to say this, the degradation of hymns in our christian community is just a plain attack from the pit of hell.

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  2. What a great job u av done, may God Almighty continue to empower u with more grace, power and strength (Amen.) Tnx

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  3. What a great job u av done, more grease to ur elbow. May God Almighty continue to empower u with more grace, power and strength (Amen.) Tnx

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  4. Your website is wonderful, let alone the content material!
    Tiles NI

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  5. Hello, I don't speak Yoruba, but I love the language. I heard a song not too long ago : Onibu Ore
    Onibu Ore
    Bawo la ba ti fe o to
    Onibu Ore
    Do you know the English translation? Thanks and God bless!

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  6. Ayobami what a great work. Please keep it on and you yourself keep your lamp burning as you prepare for the inevitable second coming of Christ.

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    1. Thank you sir. The lamp will keep burning by His grace.

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  7. This is the first time I am stumbling on this page. I must confess, its a great work you are doing here. I never believed I could find the hymn 'MO Faye a ti femi fun" on Google in Yoruba language. More grace, and greater heights in Jesus Name.

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