O GOD OUR HELP IN AGES PAST (OLORUN TODUN TO KOJA)

O GOD OUR HELP IN AGES PAST (OLORUN TODUN TO KOJA)

O GOD OUR HELP IN AGES PAST A061

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O God our help in ages past,

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Our hope for years to come,

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Our shelter from the stormy blast,

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And our eternal home!

Verse 1

O God our help in ages past,

Our hope for years to come,

Our shelter from the stormy blast,

And our eternal home!

Verse 2

Under the shadow of Thy throne

Still may we dwell secure;

Sufficient is Thine arm alone,

And our defense is sure.

Verse 3

Before the hills in order stood,

Or earth received her frame,

From everlasting Thou art God,

To endless years the same.

 Verse 4

A thousand ages in Thy sight

Are like an evening gone;

Short as the watch that ends the night,

Before the rising sun.

Hymns usually have more than one tune that can be use for it. If you know the meter of the Hymn you can pick any tune that goes with the meter.

THE METER FOR THIS HYMN : 8.6.8.6.

Verse 5

Time, like an ever-rolling stream,

Bears all its sons away;

They fly, forgotten, as a dream

Dies at the opening day.

 Verse 6

O God our help in ages past,

Our hope for years to come;

Be Thou our guide while life shall last,

And our eternal home.

O GOD OUR HELP IN AGES PAST YORUBA LYRICS AND TONIC SOLFA

OLORUN T’ODUN T’O KOJA

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Olorun t’odun to koja,
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Iret’eyi ti nbo:
t: d1 l r1: t: d1:l t:

Ib’isadi wa ni iji,
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At’ile wa lailai.

Verse 1

Olorun t’odun to koja,
Iret’eyi ti nbo:
Ib’isadi wa ni iji,
At’ile wa lailai.

Verse 2

Labe ojiji ite Re
L’awon eniyan Re ngbe!
Tito l’apa Re nikanso
Abo wa si daju.

Verse 3

K’awon oke ko to duro
Tabi ka to diaye
Lailai Iwo ni Olorun

Bakanna, lailopin.

Verse 4

Egberun odun l’oju Re,
Bi ale kan l’o ri,
B’iso kan l’afemojumo;
Ki oorun k’o to la

Verse 5

Ojo wa, bi odo sisan,
Opo lo si ngbe lo;
Won nlo, won ndi eni ‘gbagbe,
Bi ala ti a n ro.

Verse 6

Olorun t’odun t’o koja
Iret’eyi ti nbo:
Ma s’abo wa ‘gba ‘yonu de,
At’ile wa lailai

ELSHADDAI ELSHADDAI WORSHIP SONG

One of the challenges I encountered as a beginner saxophonist was getting correct solfa notation of gospel songs that I love. I am therefore posting lyrics and solfa notations for songs that I enjoy playing on the saxophone.

It is also my contribution to assist beginners and lovers of gospel music.

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