An impressive audience enjoyed a night out, singing and dancing for the Lord during Timuyimbire Concert organised by gospel musician Thoko Suya at City Pentecostal Church in Blantyre on Friday.
The free-of-charge concert saw Suya taking people on a journey of gospel vibes coming from her own albums and hymns.
In between her performance, Suya took time out to preach the word of God and encourage people not to lose hope even if they were going through challenges but to remain faithful to the Lord and look up to Him for help.
On the night where her husband Pastor Chris Suya, relatives, friends and fellow artists were in attendance, Suya did not skip telling the audience about her own testimony that she got healed after she got critically ill and nearly lost hope.
It was a night that saw Suya journeying with the people and showing her energy when she performed for more hours.
“It has been a painful year where we have lost our loved ones and to be alive today is worthy praising Him. We may be going through various challenges and you have given up but stay strong, for God is in control and you will overcome,” she said amidst cheers from the audience.
She said the concert was tagged Timuyimbire because it was full of singing for the Lord.
With three albums to her credit including Adzandinyamula, Suya said the concert also provided an opportunity to worshippers to gather and have quality time of worship before God.
“God took control of everything and I should thank people for coming out and this also served as a thanksgiving opportunity to God for His faithfulness in our lives,” Suya said.
Some of the people in attendance indicated that they enjoyed the concert and hailed Suya for putting up such a show.
Husky-voiced gospel musician Allan Chirwa also starred during the concert.
Suya has not had concerts for some time and this was one of her rare ones. She has indicated that she is planning another concert during the festive season and, this time, targeting a performance at a prison.