Gospel queen Emma back

SHE has been dubbed as one of the most gifted and finest gospel “queens” of her generation, and she is not relenting in worshipping the Lord in truth and spirit.
After debuting with a stunning album, her maiden project mid last year titled Ombeni, Emma has simply taken her praise and worship to another level.
But that is not all because she is also seeking more of the Holy Spirit to help believers conquer mountains and valleys in their lives.
Her revealing and appealing new single and video is simply called Chineke (God), in which she is “pleading” with her messiah to fill her with more Holy Ghost fire.
According to Emma, a student at Justo Mwale Theological College in Lusaka, it is time for Christians to be strong in the Lord.
Chineke is a song inspired by the revelation in Ephesians 6:10 which says: “Finally be strong in the Lord and in His mighty power put on the full amour of God…”
The only reason for Emma’s unveiling of the song is to help all believers to take their stand against the devil’s schemes, for the struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against rulers of authority and powers of darkness.
The video of the song has been blaring on most local channels and sooner than later, Emma hopes it will debut on international gospel avenues.
The song debuted on Comet Radio last week and received some massive reviews from the listeners who called in during the station’s Gospel Time programme.
Since the release of her debut and inspiring album in June 2013, Emma has not confined her ministry to the pulpit.
In November last year, she was part of the anointing praise and worship at Precious Moments Lodge in Lusaka’s Kamwala South during the Fire Impartation Conference.
Several ministers of the gospel, including “born again” John Chiti, were in attendance as Apostle Fred Linyama preached the message of reaching out to lost souls.
Last Saturday, worshipers, in the midst of a kitchen party, sampled Emma’s new single and many testified to the goodness of the Holy Spirit.
Meanwhile, talking about the album Ombeni in general and the videos of the title track and Heavenly Father, the project is simply a manifestation of faith in Christ in Emma’s life.
While Ombeni is a thanksgiving tune, Heavenly Father and Bululumbi are songs that edify the goodness of the Almighty God.
Songs such as Chuma, which talks about the earthly riches that will not inherit the Kingdom of God, also make up this faithful album.
Others are Ndine Mu Kristu, Twapapata, Twamilumba, You are Holy and Dzani, a wake-up call to all those who seek the face of God.
Because God said wives should submit to their husbands and the latter to love their wives like Jesus loved the church, (Ephesians 5:22-25), marriage is ordained by God, according to Emma’s song titled I Do.


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