We lilies of the field
Messengers of love
We Happy happy heart
Lilies of the field
We love lilies of the field
We Khulu's children and we love to sing.
He teach us twinkle twinkle little star
Blue teach us Formation dance
"Mama where's my pure white angel dress?"
Blue say we going to dance for the Lord because we are His Beloved Angels!
"Chidren are a blessing from the Lord,
The fruit of the womb, His heritage."
“Go to the entire world and preach my Good News in all creation.”
"Happiness resides not in possessions and not in gold, happiness dwells in the soul."
Lasekelwa ukukhulula amakhoboka
Mzukulwana wabalele ukuthula
Izihlwele zomzi kaBawo jikelele
Mxilisi wezihlwele ngegwijo
Mjuxuzi obhentsela izizwe
Ujabulisa uluntu luphela
Njengoko emhle ebusweni
Umsebenzi omhle kangaka Nkosazana
Uthuthuzela uluntu luphela
UBawo wakuseka phambi kokuba
Umhlaba wonke gungqu
Uphumelele emagqabini Nzwakazi entle
Mfundisikazi omhle entliziyweni
Siyabulela mprofetikazi omhle
This is what the Lord Almighty, the God of Israel, says:
“Tell this to your masters:
With my great power and outstretched arm I made the earth
and its people
and the animals that are on it,
and I give it to anyone I please."
Qamata ngamehlo ethu
Ukuba izalisekise amaphupha akho
Eluntwini lonke gungqu
Zithetha iilwimi ngeelwimi
It is written that;
"She was born in Houston, Texas on September 4, 1981. Her father Mathew Knowles — a music business executive — is of African American descent, while her mother Tina — a costume designer and hair stylist — is of so-called Créole heritage (a French term for a person of Afro-European ancestry).
More specifically, she is a Louisiana Créole — a mix of African, Native American and French. (The region was a French colony from 1682 to 1763, and from 1800 to 1803)."
Umhlaba ugcwele injabulo
Ngobubele bakho Nkosazana
UBawo watsho ukuba
Kungoko siyimincili namhlanje
You answered the call
“I have kind of broken barriers, and I don’t think people think about my race,”
“I think they look at me as an entertainer and a musician, and I am very happy that that is changing, because that is how I look at people…it’s not about colour and race.” she told Piers Morgan
Nga UThixo anganawe nosapho lwakho luphela.
"How beautiful are the feet of those who bring good news!"
I completely agree with khulu Mandela that;
"Freedom would be meaningless without security in the home and in the streets."
Puppy - babalwamhlauli