Fast Rising Gospel Minister Omolola Adegoke is out with another new song, ORI MI, meaning “my creator.” A song that talks about identifying your calling, purpose, and mission.
In her words, she says
God’s words are unfailing and indelible. The scriptures say, “Of a truth, God’s promises are Yes and Amen. If only we can discern or identify this in life, then we will not engage in fruitless adventures, blame game, and unnecessary rivalry.
Ori mi talks about wealth gotten from doing what we are called to do, and God prospers the works of our hands.
I have come to realize that His plans will come to stand, and you cannot struggle with the creator. At a very tender age, I could identify what I wanted, but distractions from my parents diverted my plans. I love singing and had great passion but got distracted chasing shadows.
The song ORI MI (my creator), Is prayer and motivational song. I considered what I have been through, and I believe if I realize and follow God’s plans for my life, I can have Peace, Happiness, Joy, and above all, Prosperity.
About Omolola Adegoke
Christiana Omolola Adegoke, is a communicator, entertainer, a passionate gospel artiste and a songwriter with a difference.
After the release of her debut album titled Iwoloba in October 2013, Omolola through the inspiration of the Holy Ghost is set to release another inspiring song for our spiritual upliftment.
Album titled Iyanu ni meaning “it’s a miracle” has 6 spirits filled songs (tracks) and it’s set to bless our soul.
Iyanu ni, a song about the miracle-working God, Ori MI – talks about identifying and pursuing the creator’s plan for our life, another track is the love song to strengthen Godly love in our home.
All the song’s has depth scriptural messages of patience, love for God, prayer, and words of encouragement.
Christiana has a zeal for personal development as well as the vision of imparting the lives of her fans through her inspirational songs.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communication from Olabisi Onabanjo University notwithstanding Her greatest desire is to leave a legacy for younger generations interest in serving and worshipping her creator.