Pastor Joseph Gyebi, known for his pioneering role amongst the crop Ghanaian contemporary gospel musicians, has released a new song titled “Oh Give Thanks”.
The clergyman, whose music ministry has seen projects like “Da Project” – a precursor for impressive ministries of Nii Okai, Koda, Aida Graciella and many more emerge, has been on a journey of praise, since he gave his life to Christ in 1989.
Pastor Joseph Gyebi’s repertoire of songs include, “Ye sore wo”, “I’m in love” and many other songs that highlight his dedication to his faith.
This minster, who was an integral part of the Late Minister Danny Nettey’s ministry; managing his brand and projects, has overcome the grief that came with the death of Danny Nettey and his new song is a call to worship with an upbeat tempo, as he optimistically sings, “Oh give thanks”.
Pastor Joseph Gyebi’s urges his listeners to “Lift the Savior up” and “Sing his praise” as he ministers his new song.
The man of God repeatedly reminds us that God’s mercy endures forever. The song is a good impression, in accordance with Ecclesiastes 7:14, as it transcends the difficult times in 2016 and hails God’s for his incoming and already existing favour and blessings of 2017.