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Penjani filled-up with ‘Feel Me’

GOSPEL GROOVES with FELIX NYAMBE
SHE started singing at the age of three while at Sunshine Nursery School, but now Penjani is slowly becoming a gem of gospel music in Zambia.
Her attempt to scoop both the idols (Southern Africa) and Celtel Star Search music competition may not have come to fruition but she still is walking tall with the release of her new album.
She has simply titled her 11-track album as Feel Me and as expected, it is already filling every believer with some gracious anointing.
Having debuted on the Christian music fraternity with an album titled Alansunga two years ago, Penjani is relentlessly worshiping and praising God with adoration.
Despite all that the devil may have put her through, Penjani, in her song He Made Me Smile, says God’s grace has made her smile.
In another song titled Teti, she dares the devil with the declaration that the enemy shall not take away that which the Lord has blessed her with.
Simply put, the devil only comes to steal, kill and destroy, therefore, she describes him as a proverbial liar in a song titled Wabufi (he is liar).
Songs such as Sweet Anointing and The Anointing, both confirm God’s presence in the lives of all those who call upon His name.
The song Believe prods all those who have not entrusted their faith in God, to only believe and seek His Kingdom first and everything shall be added unto them.
When I first listened to yet other revealing songs titled I Hear A Sound and I’ll Make It, I realised God uses songs for specific reasons.
In this case, Penjani’s testimony is unveiled each time she hears God speak and is rest assured she will always make it in life, no matter the circumstances.
Often times, we sing songs to the glory of God for different occasions and situations, but on the song Open Arms, Penjani receives every word of God with gladness.
Other songs which make the album a pleasant gift for the coming festive season include Fill Me and Umweo Wandi, which features Ephraim and Innocent.
A member of the Northmead Assemblies of God, Penjani, 28, says she draws her inspiration from numerous gospel ministers including Rachael Nanyangwe.
“I have also been largely inspired by the ministry of Cece Winans, Martha Minizzi, Juanita Bynum and Hellen Baylar,” Penjani said.
Meanwhile, two weeks ago, Penjani made some cameo but blessed appearance on Innocent ‘IK’ Kalaluka’s Smooth Talk on ZNBC TV, where she delivered to viewers her song Teti.
And former Peace Preacherz’s 1 Matteyo (The Igwe), is set to storm several churches across the country for the continuation of his new album launch.
His new 11-track project is titled God’s Time (enshita) and contains such uplifting songs as Muyenda Mutamanda, Azachesa, Pempehro, Lelo Lelo and Ninshita. Details will be on this space!
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