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Review of George Mhondera’s “Heaven’s Symphony”

Review of George Mhondera’s “Heaven’s Symphony”

Randy Cross

Zimbabwe, South African native and music veteran George Mhondera delivers with his newest single “Heaven’s Symphony”  a song of praise that reminds us why the Dove award winner Mhondera has been involved with the Passion worship collective, and toured with the likes of Lincoln Brewster, Matt Redman, and  Chris Tomlin.

“Heaven’s Symphony” is a delight to sing as we boldly proclaim God’s providence over our lives and divert our desire to have the intensity of our attention on the One who is singing over us instead of where our focus can be misplaced. 

More: Incredible proclamation of how dependent on God we should be.  The song is catchy and easily usable in most worship settings.  Looking forward to hearing more from this gifted artist.

Less:  The opening intro with its emotive electronica seems to be for a song of a different feel than the song we get.  

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