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Dynamic praise and worship leader, Jimmy D Psalmist releases new single “Great and Terrible” to mark his birthday today. The song is off his recently released album, MIGHTY MAN OF WAR.

Speaking about the song he says, “The reason why folks are afraid and are being molested by the devil is because of the lack of knowledge/revelation of the personality and capacity of our GOD. 

 “A child of an Army General can never and will never be afraid of a bully. I’ll like to remind you that you are the child of the MASTER of the UNIVERSE, the OWNER of the WHOLE WORLD. All power belongs to Him, so why are you afraid of the devil that is supposed to be under your feet? 

 “Allow me to tell you a little about your God in this song. If “Mighty Man of War” got you on your feet or made you soar like an eagle then get ready because this song “Great and Terrible” will embolden your inward man. 

 “Meanwhile, a full dose of “Mighty Man of War” album will take you to another dimension in God. Enjoy the presence of God.” 

“Great and Terrible” was produced By Ebenezer Iriemi.

DOWNLOAD “GREAT AND TERRIBLE”

“Mighty Man of War” album is available for purchase on several online music stores. See links below:

MyMusic – https://www.mymusic.com.ng/jimmydpsalmist/ (with your phone credit – preferable for Nigerians) 

Spiricoco – https://spiricoco.com/song/mighty-man-war-jimmy-d-psalmist/

Boomplay – http://www.boomplaymusic.com/share/artist/503860 

iTunes – https://itunes.apple.com/album/id1174673811?ls=1&app=itunes

Amazon – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MQGB8I8/ref=cm_sw_r_fa_awdo_t2_-5AjzbVXPZPCY

Order Audio CD from anywhere in the world – https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01LTHYR1K/ref=cm_sw_r_fa_awdo_t2_H8Ajzb80MWT0T

Spotify –  https://open.spotify.com/album/4pyYaZX6OSHnU6BoyVelxX

LYRICS 

Great & Terrible by Jimmy D Psalmist

You’re sitteth in heaven and make the earth your footstool 

Yet you live in me 2x

The river of life with fire in your eyes

What a wonder you are 2x

You built the earth and roofed it with the heavens

No pillar no walls 2x

You speak in thunder and clothed with yards of fire

How terrible you are 2x

 

Ewo ewo

Great and terrible God

Yes you reign

 

Eleh eleh

Great and terrible God

Yes you reign

 

Iyammi o iyammi o

Great and terrible God

Yes you reign 

 

Chimoo chimoo

Great and terrible God 

Yes you reign

 

My God you reign, you reign

Great and Terrible God 

Yes you reign

 

Yes you reign, yes you reign

Great and Terrible God

Yes you reign

 

I’m not afraid, not afraid 

Great and terrible God

Yes you reign.

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The Redeemed Christian Church of God, Tabernacle of David’s October 2017 Holy Ghost Party holding on Friday 27th October brings Sinach and Chioma Jesus two gospel music Super heavyweights under one roof.


The Holy Ghost Party has been running for More than six years and it has featured top gospel artists, bands and ministers in Nigeria Like Chioma Jesus, Frank Edwards, Nathaniel Bassey, Big Bolaji, RCCG Praise Team, and the True Worshippers just to name a few.

This October Holy Ghost Party will hold on Friday, 27th of October 2017 and will be headlined for the first time ever by the world-renowned and award-winning gospel artiste and minister Sinach.

Sinach a world-renowned gospel artiste has travelled far and wide all over the world and ministered along-side great men of God.

SInach will be joined this October by Chioma Jesus another Gospel music heavyweight whose music is well known all over the African continent.

Bee Jay Sax, RCCG Praise Team and the in-house choir of RCCG Tabernacle of David the True Worshippers who will open the night with Heaven reaching and earth transforming Praise and Worship.

The ministration of the word will be done by Pastor Peter Amenkhienan one of the newly appointed Assistant General Overseers in The Redeemed Christian Church of God.

The service will be Hosted by Pastor Olukayode Pitan who is the MD/ C.E.O of Nigeria’s Bank of Industry, Pastor-In-Charge of RCCG, Lagos Province 46 and Assistant Pastor-in-Charge of RCCG, Region 20.

The service kicks off by 10 pm and won’t end till about 5 am the following Saturday morning.

You are sure to feel and enjoy the tangible presence of the Holy Ghost at this October Holy Ghost Party.

We invite all and sundry to grace this occasion with their presence and also make it a point of duty to invite their family and friends for this event as it is the Last for the year 2017 and it will be the Best and the Biggest. We look forward to seeing you, God bless.

RCCG, Tabernacle of David aka house of favour is a place where professionals, entrepreneurs and politicians are transformed and empowered to take their place in the nation and in the world. Our church is one where purposed is discovered, vision is received and destiny fulfilled.

The Holy Ghost Party a Bi-Monthly Praise and Worship event organized by RCCG, Tabernacle of David, Ajah, Lagos is set to be the best and the biggest praise and worship event ever this October 2017.

DATE: FRIDAY OCTOBER 27TH 2017

TIME: 10:00PM  TIILL DAWN [No African Time]

VENUE: RCCG, Tabernacle of David- Km 22, Lekki-Epe Expressway, Ilaje B/stop, Ajah Lagos.

Call 09099252172 for directions to the event.

 

Admission is completely FREE.


The month of October has been earmarked as the Down Syndrome Awareness Month and the Down Syndrome Foundation Nigeria (DSFN) is relentlessly educating the populace about the Down Syndrome health condition and the importance of accepting people living with the condition in the society.

The Health Walk
On Saturday the 21st of October, the foundation and well wishers took to the streets of Lagos. Tagged theDSFN TRIATHON, it was a health walk, drum circle and dancathon that saw DSFN spread the good news about accepting people with down syndrome. The convergence point was Fountain Height School, Adelabu, Surulere and the walk commenced at 7am running through 11am. It was indeed a success.

 

The Seminar

Up next is the DSFN International Seminar themedCONVERSATIONS: THE HIDDEN DANGERS – THE DS EXPERIENCE.
This expository seminar comes up this Tuesday, 24th of October 2017 at the Sickle Cell Center, Idi-Araba, Surulere. Time is 11am to 2pm.

 

The Concert
Freedom Park, Lagos is in for another night of music, poetry, dance, art and unlimited fun. From 5pm to 9pm this Thursday the 26th of October 2017, amazing talents like F-Clef, Same OG, EHILIZ, Wole Oni, Blessomania, Ona, Psalmos, Sammy Olawale & Iroko Percussions of Africa, Gamie and many more will be there to thrill members of DSFN and the entire public at the [b]DSFN Fundraising Concert taggedConcert P124 & Awards: Celebration of Life, Light and Praise. You don’t wanna miss this! 
The host is Oyez of GospelNaija.com.

Would you like be a part of these lined up events, then kindly contact Majek on +2348023035904.

Visit the the website: www.downsyndrome-ng.org

Email: downsyndromefoundation.ng@gmail.com

Connect of Social Media:
Facebook: www.facebook.com/downsyndromefoundationnigeria

Instagram/Twitter: @downsyndromeng

Proudly supported by GospelNaija.com


 

This last election cycle, and really every election cycle, kind of demonstrates that there are Christians who are probably not concerned enough about the political process. There are Christians that are kind of appropriately concerned and there are Christians that are overly invested, in the political process. I think one of the greatest guards is to remember that we are those who have a dual citizenship, and our citizenship is in heaven and Christ, and we are in the (Book of) Peter language “pilgrims, and sojourners, and travelers through this barren land, that is not our home. We are to render unto Caesar the things that belong to Caesar, and render to God the things that belong to God.” I think we want to avoid not taking these things seriously on the one hand, but not avoid being over-invested on the other hand.

Honestly, Christians in the United States, we don’t live in communism or socialism on the dictatorship, so we do have opportunity to vote. I believe there’s some stewardship with that voting. I do believe we’re voting and participating kind of in a broken system, so I encourage scripture Christians to realize they’re not going to open the scripture and see a candidate space. And they’re not going to open the scripture and see the platform of the Democratic, nor the Republican party.

You’re going to have to do some thinking and some engagement, and there’s some contextualization to how you engage in a broken, fallen political system. I don’t mean broken, just in a sense of the United States is categorized by congressional gridlock and all that. I mean broken as in a sense of, our politics is composed of broken people; because all of humanity is fallen. I mean it in that broad sense. There’s no perfect political system.

I would encourage Christians to approach it with the appropriate level of consideration. I’m not over-invested. I’m not under-invested. I realize that the mission of the church, and the mission of me as a Christ honoring husband and father, those kind of things don’t change every four years or two years, on election cycle. The great commission is the same. And so, in one sense, the congregation of followers of Christ, they’re doing the same things regardless of what’s going around us with Caesar and other governmental influences.

Finally, I would just say, I just don’t think there’s anything in the political process that is worth losing the fellowship of the Body of Christ. In this last election cycle, 2016, I think hurt the unity of the Body of Christ of many Bible believing Christians in the United States, and I think we’ll have consequences for our missiological effectiveness for a good while going forward. That has happened. We can’t undo that, and so let’s just press toward the mark of the high calling of God. We have to avoid being over-invested.


 

I think it’s critical to talk about those things, but I would say the first step is to take action if you want to be a role model for your children. Why don’t you invite a family of a different color over to your home for lunch or dinner, and sit around the table, and just talk? Don’t talk about the big issues, don’t talk about history and all those things, just have a normal discussion with friends. I think that’s a great first place to start, and then from that, building with your kids about, these people are no different from us, other than the color of their skin. They have the same desires, the same hopes, whether you’re black or white or Latino or Asian, it doesn’t matter. That’s one of the things I’m looking at with my own boys, is putting them into culturally rich, diverse situations, and talking to them about that.

 

Of course, we’re talking about Charlottesville, Jean and I with our teenagers, what’s happening in that context, why the angst? I think their initial reaction as children is to say, “Why do they want to pull down statues?” They don’t get the whole context of that. I think we can all have differences of opinions on these things, but where is the love of Christ? How do we treat each other with the respect that Jesus would desire from us? I think the church has a lot to atone for, historically, because we were rather silent during the civil rights marches, etc. God’s scriptures were twisted to use slavery in a way that was evil.

 

The other side of it though, is an understanding I think too, that when you’re talking to your kids, I think I saw a survey where 100% of high school students in the US thought slavery started and was only in the United States. So that is a tragic misunderstanding of global history. And the fact that slavery was really a modality that most conquering nations, tribes, etc used to build their own economies, whatever it might’ve been. Even the native Americans in the United States had slaves within their tribes, so it was a part of human history. Today we still have sex trafficking, another form of human slavery today. So there’s just something in the heart of humanity that leans in that direction, but we are making progress. I think we gotta continue to build on the progress that was made, even though we will have difficulty getting further ahead.



Elele is a Nigerian pidgin word which means ‘amazing’.

“Thinking about my life and all that HE has done for me, all I can say is ”Jesus na Elele”. This is a praise song that will get you dancing and praising HIM, all day, everyday.

“Get ready for something amazing, as you listen, love, share and download.” – Bouphy

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LYRICS

Elele by Bouphy

Intro

I…iyeh iyeh iyeh
iyeh iyeh iyeh. /2x

Verse 1
From the north to the south o
East and west o
No body bi like you. /2x

Refrain
Nobody do me like you
Nobody sweet me like you
Nobody bi like you

Nobody bless me like you
Nobody heal me like you
Nobody bi like you

Chorus
Jesus na Elele
Elele o
Jesus na Elele o
Elele o. /2x

Verse 2

I search everywhere o
Look all around o
Nobody bi like you. /2x

Refrain
Nobody do me like you
Nobody sweet me like you
Nobody bi like you

Nobody love me like you
Nobody bless me like you
Nobody bi like you

Vamp1
C-Na the way you dey love me o
R-Elele
C-Na the way you dey sweet me o
R- Elele
C- Na the way you dey bless me o
R- Elele
C- You dey blow my mind o
R-Elele
C- You dey blow my mind o
R-Elele
C- You dey shark my brain o
R-Elele
C- Na wetin I do, wey make you love me so o o
R-Elele

Chorus
Jesus na Elele
Elele o
Jesus na Elele o
Elele o. /2x

Vamp 2
Elele /16x

Eh! you do me tinrinrin
I go lift my voice to singing..ing
I go praise and dance like davidi
Na you dey change my story…ri
Eh eh!! Elele o

you do me well o
You do me well o
You do me well o
You do me well o

Chorus
Jesus na Elele
Elele o
Jesus na Elele o
Elele o. /2x


Passionate music minister of the Gospel – Chy Ibeabuchi is one with a special call on her life to inspire people to praise and worship God. She has served as backup vocals and worship leader in several choirs for over 20 years at Church of God Mission, WarriLiving Word Campus Fellowship, ABSUThe Father’s Church, Abuja and This Present House, Lagos, Nigeria. 

She also mentors worship leaders and teams to become sincere in their worship, especially in their personal lives. Her heart’s pursuit currently, is to raise worship leaders and provide mentor-ship to as many who desire to become worship leaders especially for service in local churches, first in Nigeria, Africa and to the world at large.  

Her new single – ‘You Are My God’ speaks about the awesomeness of God, the heartfelt musical offering laced with a perfect musical arrangements/production makes for a worthy offering to the God of all creation.

She is the author of Leading Worship, a handbook containing encouragement and guidelines to assist the worship leader in carrying out his role effectively. She is also the author of www.olivemums.wordpress.com blog, where she writes articles to encourage families that are waiting for conception using stories, testimonies and coping ideas from other couples.  

Chy is married to Osinachi Ibeabuchi, with their beautiful miracle daughter, Ogechi. 


‘You Are My God’ was produced by Solo P.



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