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Jul 1

Nigerian Gospel Music: Past, Present And Future – @Kayode_Olusoji

Good Leadership
The major plus to a nation, an organization, a society or a home is the presence of good and great leaders. When great leaders are absent in a society, then crisis, corruption, and backwardness is imminent and inevitable. Show me a nation with great leaders and I will show you a nation that has the potential to thrive well.

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Jul 0

Kayode Olusoji Explains The Inspiration Behind His Song “Gidi Gan” | @Kayode_Olusoji

The Inspiration

“Gidi Gan” means: Abundantly; richly; copiously; more than enough; immensely; in large Quantities; plentifully; and lavishly. The main reason why Jesus Christ came into this world is to give us life abundantly, and that is what “Gidi Gan” is all about.

When this song “Gidi Gan” was produced, little did I know that the song will travel far and wide? The song broke cultural barriers and it is loved by fans in Nigeria, in many African Countries, Europe, USA and the reception has just been overwhelming. I wrote the song in the year 2008 and I got the inspiration from the scriptures, John 10:10, where the scripture says, “The thief cometh not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy: I am come that they might have life, and that they might have it more abundantly.”

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Jul 0

Article: Singing The Lord’s Song in a Strange Land

The church should examine the fruits of anyone who will be ministering either in songs or in the Scriptures before bringing him or her to the altar to minister to the people of God. This act of bringing a secular artist to the church will definitely send a wrong signal. Gospel artists who are not yet completely matured spiritually may feel that it is proper and they will tend to also want to go into the world

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Jul 0

#SelahMusic: Kayode Olusoji | I Lift My Hands

This song is a special praise song, a delicious delicacy and a sweet fragrance, dedicated to the Almighty God. The reason why many don’t give thanks to God is because they quickly forget all His benefits. The Psalmist admonished us not to forget His benefits. Pause and think for a moment and itemized all the good things the Lord has done for you and put on your dancing shoes, open your praising lips, have a joyful heart and a “Lifted Hands” in adoration of the only true and Wise God.

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