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Friday, 21 April 2017

Jesu O Seun/ Jesus Thank You

Writer:Pat Sczebel
Adiitu agbelebu ko ye mi sibẹ,
Irora ti Kalfari--
Ìwọ t'O pe t'O si mọ lu Ọmọ Rẹ
T'O m'ago ikoro to yẹ ki n mu.

Chorus
Ẹ̀jẹ̀ Rẹ ti wẹṣẹ mi nu,
Jesu O seun.
Irunu Ọlọrun walẹ pata,
Jesu O seun.
Mo ti jọta Rẹ ri,
Wayi mo n ba Ọ jeun,
Jesu O seun.

Nipa 'rubọ pipe Rẹ la fi fa mi,
O sọ ọta Rẹ dọrẹ Rẹ;
Ọrọ or'ọfẹ Rẹ to logo lo tu jade,
Aanu at' inu're Rẹ ko lopin.

Bridge

Olufẹ́ ọkan mi,
Mo fẹ́ ma wa fun Ọ.

Translated by Ayobami Temitope  Kehinde (21/04/2017)
The mystery of the cross I cannot comprehend
The agonies of Calvary--
You the perfect Holy One, crushed Your Son,
Who drank the bitter cup reserved for me.

CHORUS
Your blood has washed away my sin
Jesus, thank You
The Father’s wrath completely satisfied
Jesus, thank You
Once Your enemy, now seated at Your table
Jesus, thank You


By Your perfect sacrifice I’ve been brought near,
Your enemy You’ve made Your friend;
Pouring out the riches of Your glorious grace,
Your mercy and Your kindness know no end

BRIDGE
Lover of my soul
I want to live for You

© 2003 Integrity’s Hosanna! Music (ASCAP)/Sovereign Grace Worship (ASCAP).
PS: For the sake of singing as a hymn, the bridge will be be left out.

Pat Sczebel

Pat is a Pastor, Worship Leader and Songwriter who lives in what he calls the most beautiful place on earth, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.  He is Husband to his amazing wife, Cherry of almost 30 years, and Father to 4 sons and 2 daughters. Besides spending time with his ever growing family, and enjoying a quality cup of coffee, Pat’s favorite place to be is leading God’s people in worship accompanied by his eldest boys, Josh (drums, piano, vocals, guitar, bass) and Joel (percussion, electric guitar, piano, vocals) and other band members. Pat’s passion is to encourage and exhort others through songs he’s written and sermons he’s taught to become a worshiping community, a people that exalt Christ in song when gathered and exalt Christ with their lives when scattered.

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