Emmanuel Oduro


It Is Not Over


The world say,
Hang in there
The children of God say
It is not over

Whatever the devil throws at us
Victory is assured
The Redeemer who declared
It is finished
Crafted us certified conquerors
In and over all situations

It is not over
Thanks to our Messiah
Praises to our Saviour
Who stills our storms
Bears our burden
Removes our mountains
Tames our tormentors
And makes all impossibilities
Amazingly and vastly viable
Making us usual overcomers

what a blessed assurance?
what a reliable insurance?

Submitted: Thursday, July 25, 2013
Edited: Thursday, July 25, 2013
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