The Lord gave me the topic base (Psalms 139:6-18) IPA (MIGHT) talks about how the 'might' might of God sustained me throughout the first 3 years of my staying in the United States 'Be glorified' any gathering or action that is not backed up by divine direction or grace will yield no result. In everything that we do God must be at the forefront of it all. 'Testimonial Praise' is a heart-felt of what God has done in my ministry,life,families and everyone around me. When I left home (Nigeria), and came back, the way I left the house was not better than the way I met it when I came back it has fully increased most especially my family. This song was given to me by the Holy Spirit after me and one of my sisters finished devotion 'Proverbs 19:4' gave me the inspiration to write the vocal. The testimonial Praise is really the alternative to whatever testimony I should have done in front of congregations, although it is not enough...More still coming. 'Nigba Isoro' reveals the competence of divine connection which unveils the weakness of men being made unavailable so as to prove the sovereignty of God to me. God connected me to people I never knew, and those that I knew failed me one way or the other. God allow me to face the reality of Isaiah 2:22 talking about 'Man cannot take or connect you beyond what their sight can reach. But Jesus stood by my side and consoled me when I needed it. This track Nigba I soro really means a lot to me and it speaks to those on mission not to forget their calling and be 'spiritually and emotionally' focused anywhere they find themselves. F'oja fun mi is a prayer song. One can enjoy the grace of God anyhow like 'Abraham' and 'Peter' but if one refuses to recognise the fact that being tied to God's will only make the grace to abound (Romans 6:1), sin leads to death but when God leads, He leads one to eternal life and glory. YOUR MIGHT Apparently the theme song. My fav words out of all in this song 'things change when His name is mentioned'. It talks about what His might has don for me the words of the song simply explain it. His students cannot understand Him (The greatest teacher) Darkness can't even stand Him (Light of the World) His might no one contends with (Man of battle) He can be found everywhere (Omnipresent) His love reaches to heaven (Lamb of God) His words cannot be questioned (The word of God) Things change when His name is mentioned Oh Lord your might is great Chorus Your Might Oh God OVER ALL THINGS NONE CAN COMPARE YOUR MIGHT IS GREAT He is the great I am (Yes Lord) He is I am that I am (that scares pharaoh) He's made me what I am (Hallelujah) He is the bread of life His word is a lamp unto my feet And a light unto my path He wiped away my past IJALA JESU (Jeremaiah 6:16) This teaches going back to the root in speaking to the audience of the old. WITHOUT HOLINESS (Hebrews 12:11) Talks of what this world what this world will be without holiness. ADEOLA (MINISTRY SONG ) - People think this is a love song...which love do I have except Jesus which is the 'adeola' and 'Opa ase' mi. I tag it 'ministry songs because If you have calling upon your life, you must not loose your crown and scepter because they are what you need to overcome is a prayer song and at the same time challenging to those who are ministers in any area they find themselves. I am not saying they should not play this track in weddings but let them know that it is not the purpose why the song is written....It is a reminder to 'pastors,prophets,Apostles, Music ministers, drummers,guitarists'.