– Fantasia Worships God During Concert in Miami, Florida
R&B Singer Fantasia has stirred controversy when she turned her concert in Florida into a soul-stirring worship session. While many applauded her for being sensitive to the move of God, others have criticized her for her skimpy costume which some have described as “bathing suit.”
“This is my ministry. Thank you Jonathan David and Melissa Helser for creating this beautiful song “Abba” and allowing the Lord to use you. We end our shows in worship.#TheDefinitionOfTour,” the singer declared in a Facebook post last Monday acknowledging the performance.
A Miami Florida resident who was at the concert said although people have criticized Fantasia for her costume, he felt the move of God at the concert and while he cannot confirm that more than ten people gave their lives, he wouldn’t be surprised if it happened.
Before singing “Abba,” Barrino alluded to the recently concluded presidential election.
“There’s so much going on in the world today. But you must understand it is God who is your president. He’s the only man who you should put your trust in? Why are we acting crazy? You better chase and seek after Him. What happened to praying for your sister and your brother? Nobody does that anymore. Learn how to pray for your sister and your brother,” she said, sobbing.
She then proceeded to lead the concert goers into worship, directing them to lift their hands to God while saying, “it ain’t me. It’s the anointing on my life.”
Another resident of Miami, Florida said people should ease off on the criticism as God can use anyone, and there is no telling who God was trying to reach out to at the concert when Fantasia made herself available. She said God’s plan are not coincidental.
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