Wednesday, 2 June 2010

Songs that inspire: Ko le baje!

Ko le baje rara! Halleluyah. Ko le baje simply means 'won't be spoilt 'and what the song is saying is that the work God is going to do in your life can never be spoilt. All things are working together for your good because you love God and are called according to His purpose. Thank you Lara George!


jhazmyn said...

I so love the message behind this song...tells us that we have a God that has it all planned out and He would bring us to that end that he promised...Amen to that

Tisha said...

A friend explained it to me in school and she said one way to put it is that "The good that God has done is permanent". However in the yoruba language, the closest they could come was "will not go bad" or as you said "won't be spoilt".

...and you know i have a scripture for everything.
salavation is a gift, righteousness is a gift, healing is a gift, favor is a gift, now my scripture goes like this: 'The gift and the callings of God are without repentance' so my interpretation. When God gives you a gift, he'll never asked for it back. so if you think your salvation, righteousness, healing or favor is being challenged, it's not God asking for it back, it's the enemy trying to steal your gift, God will never ask for whatever he has given you back.

peace zoe.

Harry-Rami Itie said...

I love that song!!!

Zoe Believer said...

@jhazmyn: Amen. Every good and perfect gift comes from above from our Father of light. What He has started He will preserve, perfect and complete in Jesus name

@Tisha: Word

@Harry: So do I, so do I

Jaycee said...

Ko le baje! Yes o.

Kafo said...

i really needed to hear this right now