29 March 2017
GOSPEL musician Mathias Mhere’s song Nhamo Yekuzvipa took Prophetic Healing and Deliverance Ministries by storm on Saturday as the song sent the house shaking.
The song is about giving children pessimistic names which coincided with Prophet Walter Magaya’s recent teaching.
Mhere was surprised to hear the crowd singing along to his song ‘Nhamo yekuzvipa’ off his latest album Old Testament released three weeks ago.
“It was a divine coincidence brother when I decided to play Nhamo Yekuzvipa during my performance at Prophet Magaya’s crusade,” said Mhere.
“I did not know that Prophet Magaya had taught people over naming their children a day before my performance which is exactly the message in the song.
“Parents are faced with challenges in life not because of someone but because they accepted mishaps they faced and ended up giving negative names to their children.
“If people learn to speak positively and think positively, positive things will come their way,” said Mhere.
Prophet Magaya promised the multitudes that attended the ‘Back to Roots’ crusade that he was going to write a book on names.
“God knows us by our names and giving our children names that do not glorify him shows unbelief and lack of hope,” said Prophet Magaya.
“Tinevanhu vanotaura zvisina basa nekuda kwekuti vagara muLorry asi kana vakagara mukati vanotaura zvionobatika vasingatuke vanhu.
“If places can affect what one speaks and believe,” said Prophet Magaya.
Mhere warmed the stage ahead of Yadah Voices in Chitungwiza where he donated food and money to help pupils from less privileged families.