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The Prevailers singing group from Bunda Seventh-day Adventist church conducted a day long program at Bunda church on 11th November,2023. Well known for their melodious songs, the group stirred the souls of many in the congregation as among other soothing songs, they unmasked stories behind some notable songs in Christ In Hymns. Among them were songs 10, 34, 152 and 185. During divine sermon, Evangelist Isaac Tuluka, while quoting Acts of the Apostles chapter 16 from verses 25 to 29 and Psalm 95:1, expressed the power of song and prayer while referring to the story of Paul and Silas in prison. He then encouraged the church to stand firm in faith even if it means losing life. "As Christians, we should expect some disturbing moments at some point in our life as was the case with Paul during his missionary journey with Silas. We should use such moments as a stepping stone and remain established in Christ up until His second coming," Tuluka told the visibly touched congregation. The evangelist further challenged the church never to undermine the Great Controversy and assured the congregants to keep a song in the heart, saying that with patience and prayer, they will be healed. During testimony time, Mrs Sarah Phikani agreed with the assertion that there's power in song as is the case with prayer. She narrated a touching story about tough unforseen circumstances in the early days of her marriage twenty five years ago. "Had it not been for the power of song number 2 in the Women Ministry book entitled 'I LONG FOR HEAVEN' translated as 'NDILINGALIRA ZA KUMWAMBA', I would be a lost soul by now," Mrs Phikani testified. Phikani's story touched the entire church as members almost shade a tear but, as per it's power, the song healed them all as it does to thousand of hopeless women country wide. Commenting after the program, elder Chipiliro Makawa congratulated the Prevailers singing group for an articulated program that revived many at Bunda church. Jackson Maclay CMC Media



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