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Sydney De Captain in Lord’s ship

THREE years ago, he brought us a truly defining and timely Tonga-sauced gospel song titled Aboola, from his album War Project, The album speaks volumes about the second coming of the Lord Jesus Christ.
And because this is the season when we remember the birth of Jesus Christ the son of God, Aboola it is truly an ideal song for the Christmas period.
And to add to his many inspiring collection of songs, Ngoma award-winning gospel minister, Sydney De Captain is back with an inspiring album to take us through the New Year.
With songs such as Chetekela, Sydney reckons that we need to depend on the blessings of the Lord and wait on his promises patiently for he will meet us at the point of need.
In the song, Sydney is simply urging followers of Christ to always trust in the Lord because his grace is sufficient for those who obey, love him, and call upon his name with faith.
“From my latest 12-track album which I have titled Mission 22-04, the refreshed Bemba version of Aboola will be released as a single next month,” states Sydney.
It is the songs Yaya Yesu, the Lingala inspired Liloba na Nzambe and Libala that propel the gospel of Jesus Christ which according to the Bible, should be preached to all nations.
Just like the Bible states that ‘be still and know that I am God,’ Sydney’s Be Still is a comforting worship song which stands on Psalms 46:10.
When faced with trials and tribulations, a child of God is prodded to stand still and allow God’s power to work. Amen!
The song Winner Man, urges children of God to always remember that Jesus is the sanctuary for all winners.
“There are no losers in the Kingdom of God, we are winners and the devil must be told this,” so states Sydney.
Other songs which make-up the album and must ultimately bring some hope and comfort in our hearts include the airwave banger aptly titled Jehovah and the bonus track, Faithful.
Sydney’s Faithful tune is inspired by the scripture in Hebrews 11:6 which partly reads: “No one can please God without faith, for whoever comes to God must have faith that God exists and rewards those who seek Him…”
Talking of love, trust and faith, the Bible says, it is faith that honours God the most because works without faith are as good as dead.
Finally, the album ends with a thanksgiving song titled Thank You Jesus, all because of his mercies, infinity favours and unconditional love to humanity.
“I decided to title my new album as Mission 22-04 (his date of birth) because that was when my mission (to spread the gospel) began,” Sydney says.
Sydney said his gospel ministry is inspired by the scripture in Mark 16:15-16 which says “…And He said to them, go into the world and preach the gospel to every creature…”
Meanwhile, Sydney’s other album the War Project, continues to inspire all those who have declared war against Satan, thanks to the songs Nshakatine, Chikondi and Mwamfunya, which features Kings Malembe Malembe.
Launched on July 5, 2013 in Lusaka, the album also has some good gospel songs such as Muli Lesa, Nkabombela, Inshiku, Namitemwa and Jesus.
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