Anita Barth Reveres the “MESSIAH” in Moving New Single

Anita-Barth

Nigerian gospel singer/songwriter, Anita Barth stirs up hearts to worship with her new single titled “MESSIAH“; a moving piece encapsulated in complete submission to God, with deep reverence and adoration for Him.

According to the young gospel minister, the song was birthed in the place of fellowship.

“I saw myself in a trance where God opened my eyes to see the Cherubim & Seraphim, His throne bearers, and celestial attendant, worshipping at His feet and the innumerable company of angels singing, ‘Holy, Holy’ to the lamb upon the throne.” shares Anita Barth, as she recounts the unforgettable experience from one of her morning devotions.

ANITA BARTH - MESSIAH“This experience is the daily reality of heaven, as the song is meant to fuel intimacy of Men with God, encouraging the body of Christ to fellowship daily as our voice needs to be heard in worship to the King in heaven, the one who holds the universe.” She Added

“MESSIAH” serves as a follow-up to Anita’s Hausa-themed song, “Soyayya” released during the protests of October 2020. The new track is produced, mixed, and mastered by Sounds of Grace.

“MESSIAH” is available now to download/stream on all major digital platforms. Click here: bit.ly/AnitaBarthMessiah. Anita also alternatively offers the track for free download, see below;

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– Anita Barth christened Ann Anita Miriam Bartholomew is a charismatic gospel singer/songwriter based in Nigeria. With a passion for God, people, and music, She draws continual inspiration from the message of love and grace and the experiences around her.


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