omotola hannah

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FIND REST OH MY SOUL


I looked toward the East, South, West and North
I have found no help
I have found no rest
My soul weep, Nobody hears

Find rest o my soul
Find rest in christ alone

When my world seems cracking
And my faith is falling apart
When my confidence is lost
When all hope seem to b lost

Find rest o my soul
Find rest in christ alone

I speak to God in time of trouble
I acknowlede my iniquities
My inequities has brought noting to me but pain
Yet I see a brighter future ahead

I look unto jehovah God
I see myself in his exact likeness he is made
I am gonna b exactly everything that he is
My past is over and my now is going

Find rest o my soul
Find rest in christ alone

He said step into it by faith
No matter d worries
Don't be weary, faint not
He said I am with you.

Men had failed me
My strenght had failed too
Only his strenght upholds me when am falling apart
His plan 4me are great so as to you

Find rest o our soul
Find rest in christ alone
I am Omotola

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