WANDILE DE­LIV­ERS TOP-NOTCH PER­FOR­MANCE

...Open­ing the show with con­vic­tion, gospel hip hop artist and MTN SWAMA nom­i­nee Skeel warmed up the place with a poem ti­tled 'This is Zion' which he per­formed from the back of the room

Sunday Observer - - FRONT PAGE - (Pic: Ayanda Dlamini)

Hun­dreds of gospel mu­sic lovers were treated to top-notch per­for­mances by the coun­try’s best Chris­tian mu­si­cians dur­ing the first Zion Wor­ship Night held at Ea­gles’ Wings Min­istries on Fri­day.

The fact that ‘no weapon formed against God’s peo­ple will ever pros­per’ proved true on Fri­day night when a stormy night failed to de­ter hun­dreds of mainly young peo­ple from con­verg­ing at Ea­gles’ Wings Min­istries for an ex­plo­sive Zion Wor­ship Night.

Prayers re­voked power cuts and the pa­tient wor­ship­pers stood on their feet as they waited for the show which was billed to take them to higher realms of wor­ship.

Open­ing the show with con­vic­tion, gospel hip hop artist and MTN SWAMA nom­i­nee Skeel warmed up the place with a poem ti­tled 'This is Zion' which he per­formed from the back of the room.

De­spite start­ing just be­fore 9pm, in­stead of 6pm, wor­ship­pers joined in song as Wandile Hlophe mounted the stage with his cover ver­sion of ‘Hosanna’ which caused the stand­ing room only ca­pac­ity crown join­ing him while oth­ers prayed along.

He thrilled the gospel lovers when he ren­dered 'There's noth­ing like the pres­ence of the Lord', which de­spite be­ing sung for a bet­ter part of 15 min­utes, had ev­ery­one in the room ap­pre­ci­at­ing end­lessly. for, which is ren­der­ing wor­ship songs and he got the crowd on their feet. He thrilled the crowd when he ren­dered 'I give my­self to you Lord'.

Pholisile was also a mar­vel on stage as she nailed her per­for­mance which led the crowd want­ing more of wor­ship.

Her set was a mix of Si­wati and English wor­ship­ping tunes.

Her an­gelic voice led at­ten­dees pray­ing in tongues and rais­ing up their hands.

Shek­inah made sure she main­tained the level of wor­ship when she mounted the stage af­ter Pholisile as she started to preach and sang at the same time.

Wor­ship was truly the theme of the night as all acts gave the A game of wor­ship­ping.

Wandile sealed the show with praise tunes as gospel fa­nat­ics danced and re­joiced to the Lord.

The main act Wandile Hlophe was spoiled by a birth­day cake baked by his wife Nonzuko and it was pre­sented to him by Faith Mn­gome­tulu who was the or­gan­iser of the show and Sleek.

Of note, most at­ten­dees mar­velled at the sound and stage set­ting which they said was top-notch.

(Pics: Ayanda Dlamini)

The main act, Wandile Hlophe ren­der­ing a wor­ship song dur­ing the first edi­tion of Zion Wor­ship Night which was held at the Ea­gles’ Wings Min­istries on Fri­day.

Wor­ship­pers were on their feet for the du­ra­tion of the night as they sang and prayed dur­ing the spirit filled event.

Nonzuko and Skeel pre­sent­ing Wandile with a birth­day cake. Hlophe then gave Nh­lanhla (who was also back­ing him) the Mic to do what he's well known

Pholisile in full swing dur­ing her which she used to min­is­ter the Word of God. set

Shek­inah singing her lungs out.

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