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100 Yoruba Praise And Worship Songs Lyrics

100 Yoruba Praise And Worship Songs Lyrics

I’ve been a devotional song lover all my life. I love the way they inspire me and make me feel close to God. The lyrics in these 10 Yoruba Praise And Worship Songs are some of my favorites. I hope that you will enjoy them too!

1. You Are Too Faithful To Fail

  • You Are Too Faithful To Fail

“You are too faithful to fail” is an old praise and worship song by the famous Nigerian artiste, Chris Ajoke. This worship song is one of the best songs in Yoruba language. The lyrics of this song show us how faithful God was to his people; even though they had turned away from him, he never left them nor did he stop being their father when they were in need of help or salvation.

2. I have moved, I have moved

I have moved, I have moved

I have moved, I have moved

I have moved, I have moved

I am in the land of my father

I am in the land of my father.

3. You are worthy to be praised, You are worthy to be praised

God is worthy to be praised; He is faithful and good. God is merciful, mighty, kind, just and perfect in all His ways.

4. Baba Ese

Baba Ese is a Yoruba praise song, usually sung at the end of a church service. It praises God for His faithfulness and goodness. The song is also known as Baba Ise or Baba Aise by some people in the Yoruba language.

5. Olorun mi mo dupe lowo Re o

Olorun mi mo dupe lowo Re o

Olorun mi mo dupe lowo Re o, Olorun mi mo dupe lowo Re o.

This song is a praise and worship song that is dedicated to God, who created everything.

6. Ireti oluwa ni mo fe se gbagbe Re

Ireti oluwa ni mo fe se gbagbe Re

Ireti oluwa ni mo fe se gbagbe Re

Ireti oluwa ni mo fe se gbagbe Re

Ireti oluwa ni mo fe se gbagbe Re

7. Ife re loju kin ma sun laye mi

The song begins with the lyrics, “Ife re loju kin ma sun laye mi” which means God is faithful. The music then changes to a tempo that is more upbeat and lively as it reinforces the message of faithfulness in God. The song continues to reference other attributes of God such as His ability, mercy and justice.

As you listen to this worship song, it is important to remember that all of these attributes are part of who He is just like we have different parts our body but all belong together as one being.

8. Jesu le fi iru Re wa se

“Jesu le fi iru Re wa se”

Jesus is my shepherd, I shall not want. He makes me to lie down in green pastures; he leads me beside quiet waters. He restores my soul; he guides me in paths of righteousness for his name’s sake. Even though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; for You are with me: Your rod and your staff, they comfort me. You prepare a table before me in the presence of my enemies; You anoint my head with oil; my cup overflows. Surely goodness and lovingkindness will follow me all the days of my life; and I will dwell in the house of the Lord forever.”

9. He has done so much for me

He has done so much for me

He has done so much for me

He has done so much for me

I can’t praise Him enough//

10. Ese lori Yesu leri iwo l’Olorun

God you are too faithful to fail,

you are too kind to turn your back on me,

you’re too good, you’re too good, you’re too good to me.

11. Eyin ni mo se oun je ki nmo raye mi wa dun

We are your children, you are too faithful to fail.

God we praise you for being so faithful to us.

We thank you for being so faithful to us.

God you are too faithful to fail

God you are too faithful to fail

I am leaving it all in your hands

We are not even sure if you exist, but still we praise you, because you have blessed us with so many good things.

As you can see, Yoruba praise and worship songs are a great way to connect with God and your community. They will help you express your gratitude for all the many blessings in your life and give thanks for what is yet to come.

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