Wednesday, November 4, 2015

Oluwa, emi sa ti gb’ohun Re

Oluwa, emi sa ti gb’ohun Re

1. Oluwa emi sa ti gb’ohun Re
O nso ife Re simi
Sugbon mo fe nde l’apa igbagbo
Ki nle tubo sun mo o

Fa mi mora, mora, Oluwa
Sib’agbelebu t’O ku
Fa mi mora, mora, mora Oluwa
Si b’eje Re t’o n’iye

2. Ya mi si mimo fun ise Tire
Nipa ore-ofe Re
Je ki nfi okan igbagbo w’oke
K’ife mi si je Tire

3. A ! ayo mimo ti wakati kan
Ti mo lo nib’ite Re
‘gba mo ngb’adura si O Olorun
Ti a soro bi ore.

4. Ijinle ife mbe ti nko le mo
Titi un o koja odo
Ayo giga ti emi ko le so
Tit un o fi de ‘simi. Amin.




I am Thine, O Lord,


1. I am Thine, O Lord,
I have heard Thy voice,
And it told Thy love to me;
But I long to rise in the arms of faith,
And be closer drawn to Thee.

Draw me near-er,
Near-er, blessed Lord,
To the cross, where thou hast died,

Draw me near-er,
Near-er, blessed Lord,
To thy precious, bleeding side.

2. Consecrate me now to thy service Lord,
By the power of grace divine;
Let my soul look up
With a stead-fast hope,
And my will be lost in Thine.

3. O the pure delight of a single hour,
That before Thy throne I spend,
When I kneel in prayer,
And with Thee my God,
I commune as friend with friend.

4. There are depths of love,
That I cannot know
Till I cross the narrow sea,
There are heights of joy,
That I may not reach
Till I rest in peace with Thee.








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