Dear Dr Olukoya, I thank Jehovah God through his precious son Jesus Christ for the Ministry of Mountain of Fire. Your family, your life and all the ministers worldwide for Mountain of Fire Ministries. I pray God for his Empowerment over your life in Jesus mighty name. Jehovah God would continue to protect you and your family, the ministry and all the congregation/members of MFM world wide in Jesus mighty name. Your sermons are awesome it brings the smile to a person’s face. It empowers a person to be aware of their surroundings it brings a person to have a good intimate relationship with our Lord Jesus Christ . I give my father who is in Heaven Jehovah God through his son Jesus all the glory and honour for your life, the ministry, and using you to lead many to his Kingdom through Jesus Christ. Blessed be His Holy Name!
The Song of Deborah is found in Judges 5:2–31 and is a victory hymn, sung by Deborah and Barak, about the defeat of Canaanite adversaries by some of the tribes of Israel. Biblical scholars have generally identified the Song as one of the oldest parts of the Bible, dating somewhere in the 12th century BC, based on its grammar and context.  However, some scholars have recently argued that the song's language and content indicate that it was written no earlier than the 7th century BC.  The song itself differs slightly from the events described in Judges 4 . The song mentions six participating tribes (Ephraim, Benjamin, Machir, Zebulun, Issachar, and Naphtali) as opposed to the two tribes in Judges 4:6 (Naphtali and Zebulun) and does not mention the role of Jabin.