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COVID-19: Maranatha puts hope in song and lyrics

By: Ivona Frans

Award-winning gospel artist Maranatha Goroh recently released a single hit titled “There Is Hope” dedicated to those affected by COVID-19 to ensure them that there is hope amidst the pandemic.

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Maranatha said that the main purpose of the song is to get the message of hope across the countries. “ I would like people to know that there is hope and we will get through this.” She told unwrap.online.


She further added that looking at the countries in the world and all the pain that befalls many nations because of the Virus, she believes there is hope. “This song brings hope through its lyrics and the melodious sounds. My heart goes out to all affected by this virus and those that have been misplaced due to this.” Said Maranatha.


Bringing the message of hope in the midst of despair through her song, she stated that there is a need to work together to combat the further spread of the virus and as well help the homeless and those in dire need. She then encouraged people to listen to the song and share with families and friends.

“I’ve been pulling through I go live on Facebook and try as much as possible to connect with people, even with the lockdown, there are still ways one can be a blessing in peoples lives,” explained Maranatha on how she is coping during the lockdown.

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