Hauwa Isaac zailani is a passionate lover and singer of gospel music. A believer in christ Jesus.
She has been singing in choirs and bands since her secondary school days .
An upcoming gospel artist currently serving under the umbrella of ECWA good news church narayi high cost musical band Kaduna. Hauwa is a married to mr Isaac zailani and she is a mother of five boys.
In the journey of life There are times when everything seems to trip apart,
You feel like giving up, You’ve prayed and fasted but it seems God is silent.
It was during one of this life experience that I received this song as an encouragement and reassurance.
The lord gave me these three verses of the scriptures Psalm 125; 1″those who trust in the lord are like mount Zion, which cannot be shaken, but endures forever.
Psalm 34; 10 ” the lions may grow weak and hungry but those who seek the lord lack no good thing”.
Proverbs 3: 5-6.” trust in the lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding, in all your ways submit to him and he will make your path straight. “
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When live seems to trip apart
When ever I reach the end of the road
When my path is filled with sorrow and loneliness
I call on you, you answer,
Even if I don’t see you,
I know you’re there.
Through the storms and through the rain
When the sun refuse to shine
When the day refuse to break
You’re always there to hold my hands and lead me through. (2ce)
Those who trust in the lord are like mount Zion that cannot be shaken but abides for ever.
The young lions may go hungry but those who trust in the lord shall renew their strength
They shall mount up with wings like eagles
They shall run and not grow weary
They shall walk and not grow tired
Trust in the lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding
But in all your ways acknowledge him and he shall direct your path.
Back to chorus
And that’s why I call him lily of the valley
I call him bright and the morning star
I call him jehovah jireh
I call him jehovah nissi
I call him oluwo gbogboro
I call him sarkin sarakuna
I call him igwe
I call him almighty God
The rose of sharon
My anchor in stormy weather
My shield and my defender
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