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MUSIC DOWNLOAD: Amona - Holy Is The Lord || @amonaofficial

Raphael Sunday Olabisi a.k.a Amona born in Nigeria / Lagos a native of Yoruba, one of the major tribes in western Nigeria. He has been singing since the age of six also active in leading various choir groups since then. Later became choir master of various churches in Nigeria and Germany. Since 1994 graduated to the position of praise and worship leader and coach in voice training and stage presentation.

Amona is married, has four children also pastor and founder of TWC Fulfillment Centre Church - The Worshippers Centre Int.l in Bremen Germany. 

Singing the Gospel is not only his passion but his calling, simply making worship simple and fulfilling life purpose. 

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About Amona

AMONA means Worship Navigational System. Lord Jesus is the way. Amona is the way to his presence via worship. Amona is fulfilling life purpose, making worship simple. I was born for a purpose and this is to worship the living God in Spirit and truth. Holy Spirit is my driving force; he is the empowerment given to execute the assignment given by God. Worship is my measurement, it is a lifestyle and standard both my inward and outward being. Everything about me must praise and worship God. The songs are not mine but inspired by the Spirit of God. He inspires what God love to hear transferred to men to worship God. The songs are inspirational to me. As a worshipper my heart and search is for worshippers not crowed, because all is about Jesus and my fellow worshippers.

Worship goes beyond Impacting emotional relieve which is the effect of entertainment, but for impartation and transformation in spirit filled and truthful worship. However, inspired songs must be accomplished with the truthfulness of the spirit to invoke the presence of the most high God. Wherever I found myself leading the people in to God‘presence regardless of the country or continent, my ultimate goal is impartation through Heaven’s presence.

God gave me the gift added grace to my gift engineered by the Holy Spirit equals Motivation and Fulfillment.


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Twitter: @AmonaOfficial


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