Femi Okunuga, a gospel music minister signed to One Hallelujah Records, releases a brand new song christened I Depend On You.
A song that comes as a personal testimony of God’s faithfulness and a declaration of laying down all worries and embracing total dependence on God. “Trust in the LORD with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths” – Proverbs 3: 5-6
Femi Okunuga, the convener of The Reconciliation worship programme, churns out this new gospel music with the belief that it will help every listener to renew their dependence in God who is able to save, provide, heal, protect, and anoint.
“I Depend On You is a song of total surrender to God and God alone, the author and the finisher of our faith, our anchor, the same yesterday today and forever. Has He helped before? He will help you again. Has He healed you before? He will heal you again”
Is your heart troubled? Do you feel it’s the end for you? Are you depressed, oppressed, dejected and rejected? Trusting as the moments fly, Trusting as the days go by, Trusting Him, whatever befall, Trusting Jesus, that is all. If He Did It Before, He Can And Will Do It Again” – Femi
As you download this song, may your spirit be stirred to depend and trust on God.
Femi Okunuga is a young vibrant musician who stands in the fore-runners of world class Gospel Music Ministers Signed onto One Halleluyah Records.
He released his first debut single “Open Up the Heavens” in 2012, Second single “Emi Orun”, in 2013, then he went on to release the popularly acclaimed worship song “Only You” in 2015.
Femi had Ministered on different platforms including RCCG Redemption Camp, KICC, Kingsword, just to mention a few and has worked with Gospel ministers like Bukola Bekes, Efe Nathan, Odunayo Aboderin, Funke Akinokun, just to mention a few. He has one album to his credit, titled “Open Up The Heavens”.
He currently serves as the Worship Leader at The Redeemed Christian Church of God Dominion Cathedral, Egbeda, Lagos.