Abasi Amanam by Joan Peter

Abasi Amanam is a song that expresses nothing but my profound gratitude to my Father and I know it would be a blessing to everyone who listens to it.

BACKGROUND/HISTORY OF ABASI AMANAM

All my life, I have never written a song and it’s such an awesome privilege to receive songs from the One who deserves our praise. God gave me this song as a proof of His love for me!

There was a time my brother died in a swimming pool but I saw Jesus, The Great Physician, bring him back to life! Sometime early this year, the enemy came again but he was too late! This time around, it was my little niece the devil tried to snatch from us!

My sister cried, “Jesus, please bring my baby back to life.” I carried a huge burden in my heart, I prayed and I told Him to give me a new song to thank Him when He brings my little niece back to life and He did it!

You have done me well and I am thankful, Mighty God! Why won’t I praise my Father? God never breaks His covenant!

It’s overwhelming how God picks nobody and make them somebody without consulting anybody. I am a living testimony of His goodness.

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Abasi Amanam is a song of victory, gratitude and most importantly, a love song to God!
God bless you!

LYRICS OF ABASI AMANAM BY JOAN PETERS

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It’s mind blowing
How you pick nobody
And make them somebody
Without consulting anybody
You qualified me by your grace
And I have vowed never to share your glory
Jesus, your love is great towards me

Amanam oh 3ce
(You’ve done me well)
Akwa Abasi
(Almighty God)
Amanam
(You’ve done well)
Sosono
(Thank You Lord)

My life is a living testimony of your goodness
Let me be the one that continually make you smile
I have countless regrets
But never ashamed of the day I said yes to You
Jesus, your love is great towards me.

Se owo nte ami
(Who am I)
Obong anam nkpo ono mi
(That You love me this much)
Isehe ndudue mi
(Despite my flaws)
Ami medue enye oh
(A sinner like me)
Anyanga owo kemfon
(You that saves by grace)
Afo omodot itoro
(You’re worthy of my praise)
Atua owo mbom
(Merciful God)
Afo omodot ukpono
(You’re worthy of honour)

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