Emmanuel Oduro


Holy Spirit Divine Descend


Holy Spirit Divine descend
Come and take pre-eminence
Move in an unusual fashion
Like on the day of Pentecost
Descend Holy spirit Divine descend

We are gathered in your name
Together to sing your praises
To express our thankfulness
At your throne of Grace

We are gathered in your name
Together to make our supplication
And bring our burdens
To the throne of Grace

We are gathered in your name
Humbly requesting your blessing
Showers of divine blessings
From the throne of Grace

We are gathered in your name
Anxiously seeking your face
Believing to access favours
From your throne of Grace

We are gathered in your name
Honestly faithful in you
Trusting we shall be set freed
At your throne of Grace

We are gathered in your name
Keenly waiting on you
Hoping to renew our strength
At the throne of Grace

We are gathered in your name
Candidly unwavering in our trust
Convinced to be spiritually re-fueled
At the throne of Grace

Submitted: Sunday, January 15, 2012

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