Today, we bring to you a song that encourages and inspires you to hold on to God’s word about healing.

This beautiful song by Jimi Praise is a confession of faith that reminds us that God is our sole healer.

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The song conveys a message to everybody who has been frustrated with one form of ailments or another reminding them to hold on to God who can heal them of their diseases.

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Balm in Gilead is a reference song for confession that declares the healing power of Jesus Christ.



OLUWAJIMI PRAISE, an amiable gospel folk singer was born to the family of late Rev & Mrs Adeyemi in the City of Bauchi.

She has always had the oil and grace of God to tell stories about the love and greatness of God in her own unique way and style in songs.

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With such irresistible vocal power, she started singing at age eight in her father’s local church, the Saint Paul Anglican church Bauchi. 

Jimi Praise

While in the higher institution she had several solo ministrations with the Living Faith church, she grew and became the assistant music director of the winners chapel Ota branch 1997-1999, in 2000 winners chapel choir Ota metamorphosed into the faith tabernacle choir where she also was choir mates with the like of Eben.

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Ministry took her away to shagamu where she became the music director of the Faithful and True Ministry choir between 2005-2009.

Also in the bid to fulfil God’s mandate for her life in 2009, she started up a music group called the Trinity Force while in Port Harcourt.

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Listen and enjoy the song. Do share you thoughts with us in the comment section.

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