Mary Oluwadunsin Oyeleke


THE CLARION CALL


The clarion call
The holy call
The call that called me into his grace
The clarion call
The faithful call
Come unto me all ye that labour
The clarion call
The loving call
I knock at the door
The clarion call
The sweet call
The call that called me into salvation
Memorable is the day, i answered the call
Of impact is the day i opened up to the caller
The clarion call
The call of grace
Little did i know that i was making the best decision of my life when i answered it
The call that led to the answer, the answer to the grace, the grace to sufficiency
Wao! So lovely is it to answer the clarion call
The clarion call is out again
To all and sundry, he still calls as ever
It's a call to help you and ease you of that burden
It's a call to repentance
A call to son-ship
Don't harden your heart to the call
Such a great clarion call
The call of salvation.

Submitted: Friday, October 15, 2010

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