There Is Hope Zimbabwe [Part 4] - Zimbabwe Ruins or Great Zimbabwe

Good day maZimbabwe. Yesterday I almost equated our beloved nation to the Biblical Bethlehem. From such a posit I depart.

Yes, Bethlehem, the house of bread, like Zim, the bread basket both have had seasons of famine. Another point id that Bethlehem had a rocky terrain.

Rocks speak of hard times but also speak of endurance. Zimbabwe is also the "house of rocks" literally Zimba Remabwe. It is not a shocker that while Zimbabweans have gone through a lot of hard times they are very enduring.

Needless to say, ultimately, Bethlehem, the small and despised village is where the Messiah was born. Ladies and gentlemen hat we are going through today does not define Zimbabweans generally and Zimbabwe in particular.
There Is Hope Zimbabwe [Part 4] - Zimbabwe Ruins or Great Zimbabwe
From where our name is derived in Masvingo is not only the idea of "house of rocks" but also the issue of "greatness." Just like Great Britain, we are Great Zimbabwe-only that for now there is no bread in the bread-basket.

There Is Hope, Zimbabwe. God is moving over the nation and out of Zimbabwe shall come forth emissaries. Just a point to consider: If Zimbabwe's situation is so hopeless as portrayed in the media, why are the same people busy engaging themselves, positioning themselves and investing in such a rut. There is something they see, we don't. There is hope, Zimbabwe. Whose report shall you believe? The newspapers or the prophetic voice? Media says we are Zimbabwe Ruins, God says we are Great Zimbabwe!

"Lift up your eyes all around, and see; they all gather together, they come to you; your sons shall come from afar, and your daughters shall be carried on the hip." 
(Isaiah 60:4).
There Is Hope Zimbabwe [Part 4] - Zimbabwe Ruins or Great Zimbabwe

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