Here I am Lord
I come to You Here I am Lord Touch me Lord Who am I Lord Before thy Throne Who am I Lord Wash me Lord …………
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This is a thanksgiving song written in Ezza Language in Ebonyi State.
This song was composed for St Michael’s Choir, AKA 5:30 am Choir, St John the Evangelist Parish Okpaugwu, Abakaliki, Ebonyi State, On the occasion of the feast of their Patron Saint Celebration (2015).
This day sometimes coincides with 1 February which is the feast of St Brigid of Kildare, or 2 February, the Feast of the Presentation of the Lord.
First: Deuteronomy 18:15-20
Moses tells the people that the Lord has promised to raise up a prophet from among them, who will have God’s word put into his mouth.
O that today you would listen to his voice, harden not your hearts Come, ring out our joy to the Lord Come in, let us kneel and bend low.
Second: I Corinthians 7:32-35
Paul compares the responsibilities of married vs unmarried men and women – to help the people decide how to live.
Gospel: Mark 1:21-28
Jesus teaches with authority in the Synagogue: a man possessed by an unclean spirit challenges him, and Jesus orders the spirit to leave the man.
Jesus as a healer and teacher – speaking God’s word. Authority.
A Mighty Fortress is our God All Hail the Power of Jesus Name Be Still and Know that I am God Blest are the Poor in Heart Christ Is Made the Sure Foundation Firmly I Believe and Truly God Whose Almighty Word I Sing the Mighty Power of God King of Glory King of Peace O Come and Sing to God the Lord – original version Rejoice the Lord is King Your Hands O Lord in Days of Old Be Still for the Presence of the Lord – Evans Come Ring out our Joy – Bates (Psalm) God has Spoken by the Prophets How Great Thou Art – Hine If Today you Hear his Voice – many different arrangements Jesus Christ is Waiting – Bell / Maule Silence! Frenzied, Unclean Spirit There is a Longing – Quigley
It pays for proper preparation of the Liturgy
Jesu Kristi Ovie
Ovie r’avware Ochidi Oborhe r’Oghene rose na ……
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