THE solution in the global fight against the coronavirus pandemic is for Zimbabwe to put their faith and seek refuge and strength in God, says South Africa-based gospel musician Cashmore Muchaonyerwa.
Muchaonyerwa, who is set to release his debut album before June, is a chartered accountant by profession.
“I will be releasing a single called Ndapfugama on April 1, which is a song that came to me in a dream in 2000,” Muchaonyerwa said.
“This is a worship song that acknowledges the might and glory of God in the times that we are powerless.
“Following this, God willing, we will be releasing an album by June this year.”
The upcoming album has tracks that Muchaonyerwa believes will minister and impact many lives.
“The theme of the album centres around believing in God for hope, healing and restoration,” he said.
“The song that ministers to me a lot on the album is Ratidza Mbiri, which is about God showing His holiness in our lives.”
The New Covenant frontman’s single titled Ndapfugama features popular songstress Dorcas Moyo.
“Our songs give people hope which comes from the New Covenant in God’s grace and salvation,” he said.
“We learn from Joshua 6:1-27 about the destruction of Jericho. People of Israel had crossed over Jodan River to go into Canaan after spending 40 difficult years wondering in the desert.
“They were now on the verge of getting into the promised land, but their obstacle was the city of Jericho, an unconquerable, walled city.
“It was when the people of God, by faith, followed God’s commands that the walls of Jericho fell down.”
He described the power of God as supernatural and beyond our comprehension.
Muchaonyerwa, who has been composing and writing songs, but never releasing any, urged gospel musicians to support each other.
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