Eunice Njeri’s Major Surprise for Fans Amid Covid-19 Crisis

Gospel musician Eunice Njeri on February 27, 2020.
Gospel musician Eunice Njeri on February 27, 2020.
The current global pandemic has presented tumultuous times where we are faced with challenges that are unique to this generation. Many people have lost their jobs, social ties and even their lives, in this crisis.

With all that’s going on, it is easy to lose hope and the closure of churches has disrupted a Sunday tradition for many families. Through these difficult times, however, we need to restore our faith more than ever and move to a place that is oneness with his spirit.

Gospel Musician Eunice Njeri is one such artiste who’s taken up the duty to be a source of hope.

Gospel Musician Eunice Njeri will be performing at Africa Rising concert on This Thursday, May 14, 2020.
Gospel Musician Eunice Njeri will be performing at Africa Rising concert on Thursday, May 14, 2020.

Drawing from her coping mechanism, the Uka hitmaker spoke to Kenyans.co.ke, advising Kenyans to keep God at the centre during this period.

“Make your relationship with Christ solid, keep the word of God close to you. So let’s pray a lot as the Bible says ‘ask and you shall receive’.”

Njeri, who’s been a worship leader for over 18 years will be headlining a worship experience by Africa Rising, a platform that seeks to endorse African Pride through the promotion of inspirational Gospel experiences.

“Worship is a lifestyle. It is meant for the audience of one, only for the Lord and has to be everything about the gospel and about Jesus premised on the knowledge that God is everything,” the multiple award winner explained.

The Uka hitmaker revealed that she has a great set of songs lined up for all those who are ready for the worship experience. The line-up also consists of Gospel Minister Mike Manoa and Adaeze backed by an electrifying band.

Gospel Musician Eunice Njeri will be performing at Africa Rising concert on This Thursday, May 14, 2020.
Gospel Musician Eunice Njeri will be performing at Africa Rising concert on This Thursday, May 14, 2020.

Unprecedented times do not necessarily spell doom and gloom. They are a call to worship and spend time in God’s presence.

Worship should be inculcated in every heartbeat as explained in Psalms 95:2: ‘Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song’.

At the same time, worship isn’t a reserve for a chosen few but for all beings to give thanks to their creator.

‘Let everything that has breath praise the Lord! Praise the Lord!’ (Psalms 150:6).

Worship is action – it is zealous and joyful and humble hearts give the most glory to God.

This Thursday, May 14, from 8 p.m., Africa Rising is going to give a worship experience that you can participate in from the comfort and safety of your home.

So, set your remainders and have everyone fed and ready for this ultimate worship experience.

The event will be streamed live on Facebook, YouTube and Instagram.

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