[DOWNLOAD] ‘Onyeiyeakamo’ (My Helper) – Psalmeben & Debranch | Prod. by Teestrings


With great Joy of the Season, Psalmeben and debranch has released a new song titled ‘Onyeieyeakamo’ is an igbo word, which means ‘My helper’ after the long waiting.

Psalms 121 verses 1 and 2 says, “I will lift up mine eyes unto the hills, from whence cometh my help. My help cometh from the Lord, which made heaven and earth.”

Onyeieyeakamo carries a prophetic mantle to displace the works of darkness to take back what the devil has stolen, to take over and to over take in all ramifications of life.

As we celebrate this season to dominate the New Year in the prophetic. Psalm 121 Speaks about “Help”, and help means laying hold of, complete Release, a ministration of Aid, bringing the right aid in time; which means Antilapensis in Greek.

We might have found ourselves in a position where who we depend on, for aid failed us and it seems as if the world is over, they promised to help us but they failed simply because we so much depend on them for the aid.

The Psalmist says in the book of Psalms 60: 11; “give us help from trouble for vain is the help of man, simply because man fails but God never fails.

See video below;

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ABOUT
Psalmeben is a graduate of the Federal University of Agriculture Abeokuta, a minister of the Gospel of Christ, a worshipper and the president of Debranchmusic Inc., and also the Head of the triumphantradio.

He started music ministry  at The Apostolic Church Nigeria, and has being part of many music groups before the start of Debranchmusic. 

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