Book: Child Of Promise by Temba Magorimbocategories: Book, Tenor, Soprano, Bass, Baritone, Harsh, Worship, Praise, Addict, Music
Temba Magorimboabout this book: Singing helps soothe the heart of the soul within man or woman. They are all singers, not professional performance artists who can smile while hiding a broken heart, NO. They are just a group of young, middle aged and slightly older who have the joy and passion for music. That is their forte. They all belong to the same group of praise singers. They are running with the crowd that makes holy noise. This is a group of young and unmarried people with a few exceptions who all congregate without belonging to any particular church. The story shows how these young people react to the economic and social conditions surrounding them as the economy is a mainstay to one and bad for another. They like to worship. How do challenges take them across the country? Who will fall from grace or who will stay strong? There is Regina getting into her late twenties one dating issue after another without marital consequences. There is church dating where one wakes up to find time and effort has been wasted after a date silently marries someone else. How does it affect them? Then there is her friend June who is her pillar of strength also aging without a firm date or marital arrangement. A pastor preaching talks of a youth being pregnant without being married, the consequences live the youth fraternity shattered and besides themselves. Who is it? Regina has a nemesis, a youth called Moshe' with whom she is always at loggerheads, they can't seem to see eye to eye. Both are Christians, both are good at music with voice pitches that are encouraging. Regina dates Knoxx, he is fast and talks furiously. Where is their dating arrangement going to? What of Zephaniah, a youth in the music ministry doing his chores for the Lord who befriends a single mother Mildred and brings her towards the supper table of King David. She is a charming woman with a daughter that Zephaniah grows to like. You know the antics of young children when they are given attention. If a man loves a child, will he find it easy to think of dating a single mother? There is Thomas and Theresa the young people of the crowd also in the music ministry. Forbes has issues with his wife when he falls from employment after his company folds under pressure from world prices, politics, legislation and bad governance. He ends up as a footwear vendor yet he finds he has special skills at attracting customers and running his business into an empire. Will his wife appreciate his efforts to start from the gutter and get back up? Then there is Wendy a single mother who has given up on marriage now that she is in her late thirties. With a child almost close to twelve years of age, Wendy doesn't want to increase her dwindling hopes in the marriage expectancy charts. What will happen to them all as they go through their paces of music and praising the highest of the higher beings? Are miracles as rare as we think? Then there is Brenda who at thirty-five has never married and never faltered in her devotion to the church. Will all of them stand the pressures of time and space and not fall from grace?
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