Saturday, 11 June 2016


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Having received this glorious ministry
By God's grace and mercy
Let us not grow weary nor faint
We are His ambassadors on earth.

In our vessels, He put great treasure
May our lives continually bring Him pleasure
Letting His light through us shine
Revealing to our world His glory divine.

He calls us to pray without ceasing
Communicating daily with our glorious King
A ministry of compassion and intercession
Gallantly go forth with our gospel mission.

Touching Heaven on our bended knees
Changing earth as the darkness flees
In prayer,revival we will birth
Touching Heaven,changing earth!

For it is God who commanded light to shine out of darkness,who has shone in our hearts to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.2 Corinthians 4:6(NKJV)

©2016  by Benjamin Anbaraonye

Thursday, 2 June 2016


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You take these stammering words of mine
My humble broken cries
To work a miracle divine
Before my doubting eyes
When I am up against a wall
You open up a door
And in the wonder of it all
I trust a little more……

When I retreat to doubts and fears
Forgetting what You've done…..
…..Your faithfulness throughout the years
…….The gift wrought through Your Son
Lord, you don't give up on me
Or turn away Your face
But gently, softly, patiently
My fears and doubts erase

You take these fumbling, wretched hands
And use them to Your glory
I still would heed sin's vain demands
But for a wondrous story
A story that sets sinners free
To live in victory
The story of a blood-stained tree
And One who died for me

You take these stammering, mumbling words
The offering of my love
And promise me, though undeserved
A mansion up above
And as another miracle
Unfolds upon the earth
You take this broken vessel, Lord
And fill it with Your worth

© Janet Martin

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