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REMEMBER ME OH LORD - 05/11/2012

Lord of the Heavens.
The Almighty Warrior
Lord of the Earth
The Mighty One in Battle.

You are the King of all the earth
You are Mighty
You are full of Grace and Mercy 
I will praise Your Name forever.

I can not thank You enough for all You have done last week
I can not praise You enough
Even if I carry loud speaker it won't be enough
Even if I have 1 billion voice it won't go anywhere
Thank You x10000000000000000000000000000000000000 times!!!

For pastor Nelson's baby
Thank You
For Tessy's baby
Thank You 
For Ehis Baby
Thank You
For Chioma's baby
Thank You

For Chinaza's wedding
Imela
For Uchenna Njoku's wedding
Ese Baba
For Miriam Ezi's wedding
Kaa Nna
For Ogbonna Mba's wedding
Thank You

Our hearts are full of joy
For all the things You have done
For all the things You are doing
For all the things You are yet to do

For my Mum's healing
Thank You
For granny's health
Thank You
For journey mercies
Thank You
For divine protection
Thank You

We sleep at night because You were awake all through
We eat our meal because you are cooking always
We go to work because You are steering the vehicle
We are safe because You surround us continually

We fear no evil because evil fear You
We live and move because You move us everyday
We make wealth because You gave us the power
We are in Christ because You invited us

Thank You.
Right now Oh Lord!!!
I feel tired and weak and my prayers have turned into sleep
A job I finish in a week now lingers to a month
Monies I should collect in few weeks now wait for months

Lord
It's becoming hard to even hear from You.
I make guess movements and land in trouble
I...... in fact I need a break.....

A break from toils and labour
A break to a soil with favour
A break from disappointments and frustration
A break to engagements and promotions

Lord!
You remembered Jonah even when he disobeyed and repented
You remembered Joseph even when he was lost in Jail
You remembered Jacob and changed him to Isreal
You remembered Jabez and enlarged his coast

Lord!
Even if my name didn't start with J, B still have a case
You remembered Benjamin and made his heir first King
You remembered Bartimeus and open his eyes
You remembered Bethlehem and Jesus was born there
You remembered Barnabas and gave him unmerited freedom

This Month!!
Lord remember me for good!
Remember my family for good!
Remember my friends for good!
Remember my country for good!

Remember the flood victims for good!
Remember the prisoners for good!
Remember the Christians in the north for good!
Remember the sinners for repentance!

Oh Lord, remember my unknown wife for good!!!

I pray in Jesus name!!!
And the Church in Facebook will say a bigggggg AMEN!!!!!

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