The Nations Sing | Nara Ekele Mo

As a follow-up to Sam's message this past weekend, we would like to share with you this beautiful rendition of "Nara Ekele Mo," a song of thanksgiving.

God is at work in our world and is bringing together all nations to worship Him.

Arts Release offers this unique multi-continent, multi-lingual and multi-style cover version of the Nigerian Igbo song “Nara Ekele Mo” by Tim Godfrey. After two months of dedicated work by the project team, this is performed in ten languages by Resonance and friends, 37 people from Brazil, England, France, Indonesia, Singapore and Spain, who came together online for the first time ever — as the Global Resonance Multicultural Worship Collective.

Nara Ekele Mo is based on Psalm 116:12: “What shall I render to the LORD for all his benefits to me?” The phrase “Nara Ekele Mo” is from one of the major languages in Nigeria, Igbo, and translates to “take my thanksgiving.”

We encourage you to stop whatever you’re doing and take a moment to listen to this great chorus of humanity from so many nations, thanking God for all he has done. May you find assurance in the great truth of his blessings, echoed in these powerful words.

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