Through Jesus, therefore, let us continually offer to God a sacrifice of praise–the fruit of lips that openly profess his name.” Hebrews 13:15
The Oxford Dictionary defines sacrifice as “the fact of giving up something important or valuable to you in order to get or do something that seems more important.”
Do you now realize why God instructs us to offer a sacrifice of praise? He knew way ahead of time that it might not always be pleasant or conducive, yet, He demands it of us.
This background is necessary to help us appreciate this song of worship. In fact, call it a vow and you’ll be right. Through this song, Minister Dunsin Oyekan leads us to reaffirm our commitment to God, by letting Him know that regardless of the happenings around us or in our lives, it won’t change our stance.
I’ll be here worshiping, all of the days of my life
This line is repeated a number of times, which can be interpreted to mean, “God, this is no fluke, I’ll be here all my days.” It’s a little over 8 minutes, but you’ll be too lost in worship to notice.
I’ll be here was released four days ago, as one of the songs from the Pentecost experience.
P.S: You’re most likely to lose your poise listening to this. How about you have a go and come back with your testimony.
God’s blessings always,
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