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Great and Mighty God!
God of wonders!
Wonderful wonder!
Great! Great and Mighty God!

Thank you for the battles you fought for us yesterday
Thank you for the life you have given us today
Thank you for the hope you have given us for tomorrow
Thank you for the plans you have for our future

Lord, nothing can stop us
No one can limit the potentials in us
No situation can obstruct the future you have prepared for us
Lord, we believe we are unstoppable

Hear us o Lord
When the evil one tries to make us see evil
Hear us o Lord
When the enemies want to pull us away from our root

Hear us o Lord
When fear grips us like a Nigerian Police Man holding a criminal
Hear us o Lord
When failure push us towards the destiny you have not arranged for us

Hear us o Lord
When Giants want to suppress us like grasshoppers
Hear us o Lord
When Graveyards open its ugly mouth to swallow us up

Hear us o Lord
When hunger bite and bite and bite the flesh out of us
Hear us o Lord
When hatred is all over us and we are trying to hate back

Hear us when we call on your name
Hear us when we knee to pray
Hear us when we run to you
Hear us when all is blink and dark

Hear us when we are weak and weary
Hear us when we faint and fail
Hear us when we are dry and down
Hear us when we are broke and broken

We believe that our voices will not come up to you in vain
We know that your thought for us are of only the best
We believe that our answers will come speedily to us
We have made this prayer in Jesus Name



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