[Gospel Music] Gbadebo Oye – ” I Remember “

Gbadebo Oye is a Kwara state born gospel song minister, writer and public speaker. Brought up in Jos the Plateau state capital, the young and spirit filled worship leader and maestro was discovered in its infancy of an adorable musical gift with a rising passion and an undying love for this devine grace and provision.
Gbadebo Oye had formed a musical group known as “PILLARS” in his secondary school days at both Hei Rayfield Govt. secondary school and Abbah memorial college Jos successively where the group ministered in the weekly Fellowship of Christian Students (FCS).
His desire to grow in the knowledge of music as a gift made him seek for admission into The Polytechnic of Ibadan where he studied and graduated in the Music Technology department and thereafter Computer science at the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology Ogbomosho, Oyo state.
Gbadebo Oye has served as worship team leader/instructor way different churches and has ministered at several concert and Christian fellowship/gatherings including the WOMIM 1000 and 1500 mass choir successively.
Regarding himself as “Only but a vessel”, worship sessions with Gbadebo Oye has constantly and unremarkably witnessed tremendously an outstanding miracles such as Healings, Deliverance, Salvation and Devine encounter. Zech. 4 : 6.
He released his first single titled “I REMEMBER” in 2019 as produced by Blessed Twins.

Song Lyrics:
I remember I remember oh yes
how can I forget how you found me Baba.
You changed my story, gave me a glory
Cleansed me, that’s my testimony
I remember a life undeserving of your goodness and your kindliness that you gave to me
I remember how then you healed me
You took my dirt you made a way then you called my name
Now I can say

Chorus: ‘WO Lomo Olorun 4ce Baba. (3ce)

Verse II
Trying to Remember when I was in darkness
Then I met you
Shine your light upon my path
Now I remember when in the middle of the sea
Drowning in the storm..
You called my name and saved me..me
Yes I remember the days when I used to cry
You gave me joy more than I deserved Daddy Elohim.
But now I remember looking up the hill for helping hand
You picked me up from the miry clay set my feet upon the rock
Now I can say

Chorus: ‘WO Lomo Olorun 4ce Baba. (3ce)

Arugbo ojo o
Ancient of days
I am that I am (Lion of the tribe of Judah)
Father of the fatherless
Father
Daddy
Iwo L’OMO OLORUN
‘WO L’OMO OLORUN

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