GOSPEL musician, Fungisai Zvakavapano, said she owes her life to Mai Guti, as she delivered her at a time she was not feeling well.
“Mai ava vanobvisa vanhu murufu. Firstly, inini ndakanga ndatomedzwa ndakutodzika nehuro yeshumba for digestion, but vakaivhura muromo vakaita kunditakanura vakandibuditsa and today I am alive.
“As a musician, I have had favour to be among people said to be of God for half of my life.
“However, if I am to testify of genuineness, I know from my own personal experience with her that Amai Euna Guti has truly been sent by God. I have never seen so much humbleness and so much love,” she said.
She said sometimes she runs from spiritual responsibility.
“I was privileged to travel with her and the ZAOGA FIF Explo team to Nigeria where Forward in Faith was planting a church somewhere in Lagos.
“The presence of God in their prayer sessions is so tangible you could bask in it as you bask in the winter sun. An experience with the team will never leave you the same.
“Generally, I think I was the laziest of the delegates when it came to prayer, but I pulled up my socks and would wake up early morning around 5am for a week just to join them and bask in the presence of God,” she said.