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2013: MY YEAR OF DIVINE EASE -04/01/2013

God of a new beginning.
We bless You.

And with our hands lifted high we will worship and sing
And with our hearts lifted up we come before You rejoicing
Imela. kaa. Ese. Sanu.
Thank You. Thank You. Thank You. Thank You.

You alone made it possible for us to see the new year.
We just want to bless You.
Blessed be Your Wonderful Name.

We have come again to Your Living Throne Individuals Families Friends Nigeria.

We have come with our box of alabaster to say thank You.
For every moment of 2012, thank You.
For every seconds of 2012, thank You.
For every minutes of 2012, thank You.
For every hours of 2012, thank You.
For every day of 2012, thank You.
For every week of 2012, thank You.
For every month of 2012, thank You.
For the year 2012, thank You.

For life. For good health. For journey mercies. For protections. For promotions.
For all that we are today we appreciate You. Thank You for Who You Are.
Thank You for Who You will never become. We are indeed most grateful. 

In this year 2013, We hand over all to You in thanksgiving.
Every Moment.
Every seconds.
Every hour.
Every day.
Every week.
Every month.

Do unto us as it pleases You.
Connect us to our divine helpers, destiny and purpose.
Grant us the grace for divine speed this year.
Take away every time wasters from among us.
Burn down every evil alter mounted against us.
Destroy every obstacles on our way this year.
Remove all limitations from our path.
Give us the power to refuse sin and it's subsidiaries.
Help us to live and lead a good life.
Grant us divine health this year.
help the nation Nigeria.
protect us all around; air, sea and land.
Restore to us our lost opportunities.
Bring every blessings due to us this year at the right time.
We cancel any delay this year.
We shall have no reason to sorrow or mourn.
Fill our lips with songs of praise and thanksgiving.
Move us to another level.
Grants us double portions of blessings and anointing this year.
make us a sign and a wonder to our generations.
Make 2013 a year of Divine peace and ease!

These and many more we ask in Jesus Powerful Name. Amen!!!


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