It is never too late for anyone to discover his/herself in life. Discovering this talent of writing makes me feel elated...
One of the Hebrew words for joy is “שׂמחה” which when romanticized becomes śimchâh (phonetic spelling is sim-khaw') while one of the words for joy in Greek is “χαρά”, when romanticized is chara (phonetic spelling is khar-ah'). These words mean gladness, delight, rejoicing. It is more than spontaneous emotion and it is directly linked to God. Psa. 126:3).
Feasting and singing reveal a heart that is full of joy (Neh. 8:12; 1 Sam. 18:6; Psa. 137:3). The God given kind of joy to believers is a gift not associated with what happens because it is a deep sited pleasure in the heart of believers because he knows all is well between him and his father, the Lord Jesus. (Gal. 5:22; Acts 13:52; 1 Th. 1:6; 1 Jn 1:4; 2 Jn 1:12)
In tandem with the indescribable joy that fills the hearts of believers, I have composed this song to show that the joy of Christ is always the strength of the believers.
The tune used in the composition is recorded on YouTube, the link of which has been shared here. It is therefore the joy of the composer seeing believers join in singing this song…
A Song: I Will Always Rejoice in Your Joy
The Composed Song
You have given me special joy
That the world can’t take away
Jesus you are source of joy
On earth and in the heaven
I ‘ll always r’joice in this joy
That Yahweh has bequeath me
‘Cause thou sustained my life
You ‘ve given me reasons to live
Jesus who is the God of hope
Fills hearts of those who trust him
With joy yea and his peace
That surpassed understanding
When I recall the Lord is for me
The cup of my joy overflows
‘Cause my God is dependable
In him I have a complete joy
I ‘ll clap my hands in praises
Shout to Him with cries of joy
‘Cause my God is durable
Reliable and he never fails
During harvest farmers rejoice
Warriors while dividing plunder
More than them I ‘ll r’joice before you
Because you have enlarged my coast
In you I have greatest joy
‘Cause my name is written down in glory
‘Cause I know when you appear
I ‘ll be crowned with your glory
© 2021 OLUSEGUN
OLUSEGUN (author) from NIGERIA on June 26, 2021:
Pamela Oglesby, I have been subsumed by your comments...You know, comments is another form of remunerations, it really helps authors and writers to do more. Thanks for reading and commenting.
Pamela Oglesby from Sunny Florida on June 26, 2021:
I really like the words to your song, and I believe it honors God. I hope many people hear your songs on YouTube. I wish you get success in passing this song onto many people, Olusegun.