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Thank You Lord For Nigeria 28/09/2012

Most Gracious Father.
Lord of all insurance.
The Grand Employer of labour
The Sole Monopolist of Universal Economy.

Thank You for Nigeria!!!
Thank You for blessing Nigeria.
Thank You for enriching Nigeria.
Thank You for empowering Nigeria.

For the Human Resources
Thank You 
For the Mineral Resources
Thank You 
For the Agricultural Resources
Thank You 
For the Water Resources
Thank You

We thank You for the Fertile Land
We thank You for the Herbs
We thank You for the Fishes
We thank You for the Animals
We thank You for the Vegetables
We thank You for the Fruits
We thank You for the Trees
We thank You for the Livestocks
We thank You for the Rains
We thank You for the Sun
We thank You for the Rivers
We thank You for the Creeks
We thank You for the Deserts
We thank You for the Mountains
We thank You for the Valleys
We thank You for the forest

Lord You gave us Crude Oil
Blessed be Your name
Lord You gave us Natural Gas
Glory to You
Lord You gave us Coal
Praise be to Your Throne
Lord You gave us Tin
Thank You! Thank You!!
Lord You gave us Aluminum
Honour be to You

Lord You gave us Gold 
We appreciate
Lord You gave us Hydraulic Cement
We appreciate
Lord You gave us Gypsum
We appreciate
Lord You gave us Iron Ore
We appreciate
Lord You gave us Gravel (Silica)
We appreciate
Lord You gave us Industrial Sand
We appreciate
Lord You gave us Barite
We appreciate.

We can't thank You enough
We can't mention all you have done for us
Thank You! Thank You!! Thank You!!!

We thank You in advance of our 52nd Independence anniversary celebration.
We ask that the future of our Children be secured and a better Nigeria be purchased from this dying and confused Nigeria. We are paying the price now and we pray that our future generation will reap the fruits of all You have deposited in this Land Nigeria. 

Preserve our road.
Preserve our air space.
preserve our waters.
We travel in the safety of Your Mighty Hands.
Let no accident, plane crash or shipwreck truncate our destiny.

Above all, Keep us prepared and in focus for eternity.

We prayed in Jesus True Name! AMEN!!!


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