Solly Mahlangu | Siyabonga Jesu(Wa Hamba Nathi)

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Solly Mahlangu performing "Siyabonga Jesu"
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72 thoughts on “Solly Mahlangu | Siyabonga Jesu(Wa Hamba Nathi)”

  1. RiverLand 007

    who doesn’t understand this language but still can’t stop watching…love the song!

  2. Wahamba nathi, oh wahamba nathi (You walked with us, oh you
    walked with us)
    Oh wahamba nathi, siyabonga (Oh you walked with us, we thank
    you)
    Wahamba nathi, oh wahamba nathi (You walked with us, oh you
    walked with us)
    Oh wahamba nathi, siyabonga(Oh you walked with us, we thank
    you)
    (Repeat)

    Siyabonga Jesu, Siyabonga ngonyama yezulu (We thank you
    Jesus, we thank you Lion of heaven)
    Siyabonga Jesu, Siyabonga (we thank you Jesus, we thank you)
    Siyabonga Jesu, Siyabonga ngonyama yezulu (We thank you
    Jesus, we thank you Lion of heaven)
    Siyabonga Jesu, Siyabonga (we thank you Jesus, we thank you)

    Wakhamba nathi, oh wakhamba nathi(You walked with us, oh you
    walked with us)
    Oh wakhamba nathi, Siyathokoza (Oh you walked with us, we
    thank you)
    Wakhamba nathi, oh wakhamba nathi(You walked with us, oh you
    walked with us)
    Oh wakhamba nathi, Siyathokoza (Oh you walked with us, we
    thank you)

    Siyathokoza Jesu, Siyathokoza kakaramba (We thank you Jesus,
    we thank you mighty God)
    Siyathokoza Jesu, Siyathokoza (We thank you Jesus, we thank
    you)
    Siyathokoza Jesu, Siyathokoza kakaramba (We thank you Jesus,
    we thank you mighty God)
    Siyathokoza Jesu, Siyathokoza (We thank you Jesus, we thank
    you)

    Wa tsamaya le rona, oh wa tsamaya le rona (You walked with
    us, oh you walked with us)
    Oh wa tsamaya le rona, re a boka(Oh you walked with us, we
    thank you)
    Wa tsamaya le rona, oh wa tsamaya le rona (You walked with
    us, oh you walked with us)
    Oh wa tsamaya le rona, re a boka(Oh you walked with us, we
    thank you)

    Leha nka tsamaya kgohlong ya moriti wa lefu(Even though I
    walk through the valley of death)
    Jesu hobane o na le nna (Jesus you are always with me)
    Watsama yande runa, re a boka (You walked with us, we thank
    you)
    Riya wakabatata wabafuma, Jehova hobane o na le nna (Through
    thick and thin, Jehova you are always with me)
    Oh watsama yande runa, re a boka (Oh You walked with us, we
    thank you)

    Re a boka jesu, re a boka tlatlamathjolo, (We thank you
    Jesus, we thank you Lion of heaven)
    Re a boka jesu, re ya boka (we thank you Jesus, we thank
    you)
    Re a boka jesu, re a boka tlatlamathjolo, (We thank you
    Jesus, we thank you Lion of heaven)
    Re a boka jesu, re ya boka (we thank you Jesus, we thank
    you)

    Siyabonga Jesu, Siyabonga ngonyama yezulu (We thank you
    Jesus, we thank you Lion of heaven)
    Siyabonga Jesu, Siyabonga (we thank you Jesus, we thank you)
    Siyabonga Jesu, Siyabonga ngonyama yezulu (We thank you
    Jesus, we thank you Lion of heaven)
    Siyabonga Jesu, Siyabonga (we thank you Jesus, we thank you)

    In SHONA (Zimbabwe) Rhyming With Music Rhythm :-
    WoFamba Nesu, WoFamba Nesu (You walked with us, oh you
    walked with us) WoFamba Nesu, Tinotenda (Oh you walked with
    us, we thank you)
    WoFamba Nesu, WoFamba Nesu (You walked with us, oh you
    walked with us)
    Oh WoFamba Nesu, Tinotenda (Oh you walked with us, we thank
    you)
    (Repeat)
    Tinotenda Jesu, Tinotenda shumba yedenga (We thank you
    Jesus, we thank you Lion of heaven) REPEAT

    1. Joe Kasirimo

      That’s why I always say we are african and always african be proud of your mother land

    1. Josephine Bournes

      @aureen zaka American here, there’s no competition in how each individual on this earth praises the Lord Almighty. South African gospel music is breathtaking but there’s nothing like listening to a full black American gospel choir if you really want to compare.

    2. Debbie for a reason ??

      @Josephine Bournes lol are you kidding me? Where did y’all get it from? I’m not even biased because I grew up listening to the likes of Brooklyn Terbanacle Choir,Ron Kenoly, Aretha Franklin,Mahalia Jackson, Shirley Caesar and the likes. I LOVE my Black Americans, especially when they pull up with them spirituals ,praise breaks and all but,naaaah don’t compare any praises from the motherland to anywhere else and I say this as a Nigerian. There’s just a way traditional African languages praise God that English can never and will never do justice to. It’s in y’all’s DNA too though because most A-A’s are from Western and Central Africa by ancestry

    3. Craig Scott Anderson

      Happy new year to you and the rest of your family how are you celebrating your holidays so far??????????

  3. RiverLand 007

    The respect and love when a friend comes to your music show, sits with the rest of the crowd, maybe even paid to watch his own friend, happily standing and praising GOD without any feeling of entitlement even though he too has a great voice… I doubt friends like this still exist ??

  4. We’ll March into Heaven singing this song. Doesn’t matter what nation or tribe you’re from. We may not understand the language now, but we will then. Because we will all thank God that we made it!

    1. Matthew Kahama

      I think it’s in all languages….local ones….if you move to different countries they sing Wahamba nathi and then also in their traditional ones

  5. Anderson kiko!!!

    Sou Brasileiro gosto muito do povo africano, não entendo a língua, mas Deus fala ao meu coração através desses louvores, Deus seja louvado sempre e toda língua confessará que Jesus Cristo é o Senhor, o Eu Sou!!!

    1. Olá
      Também sou brasileiro e amo e respeito os africanos. Eles tem uma adoração muito sincera diante de Deus ?
      Ouço bastante os hinos african

    2. Marvin Dunuma

      esta musica agradece a jesus cristo por eles terem notado que toda via jesus tem andando com eles pra chegarem ate ao momento em que eles estao.!! eles mostram o quao grande Deus e na vida deles. obrigado Jesus

  6. Nokuthula Mlotshwa

    Singing gospel is in our blood, we sing when we are sad, we sing when we are happy, we sing even when we are crying, because it’s makes us to feel good & forget about the pains we are going through ?????.

  7. Simply Installations

    On the 20th October 2019 I bought my first car, a month later, my parents visited me from Zimbabwe to Durban. 17th December 2019 we were on the road together with my Mum, Dad, my Wife and our 2 kids going back to Zimbabwe Mutare (1895km)
    When we were about 5mins away to our destination (home) this song eventually played and I found myself crying that we have finally arrived after being on the road for 2 days with no hustles at all… I hv kept the song on my phone ever since.. Thank you south Africa for such beautiful music

    1. Miss Happiness M

      It’s the little things like this thar we need to be grateful for. God is with is everyday.. may HE continue being with you and your family in Jesus name

  8. The last part when those two men were singing gives me chills and makes my eyes water every time ????????? It’s sooo beautiful and powerful ????????

    1. Craig Scott Anderson

      Happy new year to you and the rest of your family how are you celebrating your holidays so far??????????

  9. Richy Scandium

    It seems the South Africans in Christ Jesus all have a wonderful voice. I mean all including the audience ??? Love you guys from GHANA

  10. Blessing Mkhwanazi

    My two sisters and I were orphans at a young age, we were raised by our spiritual aunt that was never employed, her job was prayer, fast forward today, my older sister is a charted Accountant, the second born is a Marketing specialist and I, the last born, run my own Sports Marketing agency.

    Siyabonga Jesu??

    1. Craig Scott Anderson

      Happy new year to you and the rest of your family how are you celebrating your holidays so far??????????

  11. Worship Library

    To anybody who’s reading this, I pray that whatever is hurting you or whatever you are constantly stressing about gets better. May the dark thoughts, the overthinking, and the doubt exit your mind right now. May clarity replace confusion. May peace and calmness fill your life. Amen.?????

    1. Millicent Lumumba

      Amen i really needed this,,, my mother is very sick and am really in need of God’s power and help to carry my situation.. Am helpless without you Lord.

  12. Franck Edgard

    These people from South Africa.. are very special… I love them much. I wish I could learn their culture one day ??… The way They sing they play music even the dance… Really like it. Nice Going… ??

  13. Josua Nakavulevu

    This has got to be the most powerful video on the Internet no doubt…. I’d be watching a thousand times and be moved and blessed a thousand times and this is 2022… Big Bula from Fiji ??

  14. VividMeeesh

    I’m proud to be a Christian and I’m thankful for what God has done for me and I Love you Jesus ????????????????????????????????

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