The Sunday Mail
HEARTFELT International Ministries’ Apostle Tavonga and Pastor Chipo Vutabwashe last week launched a movement that advocates for a God-fearing young generation.
Dubbed “Generation M633,” the movement also seeks to promote the restoration of purity and righteousness among young people across the nation, as well as creating a generation that is free from fornication, corruption and unholiness.
At the launch at HIM’s International Overflow Centre in Harare, Apostle Vutabwashe said Generation M633 is centred on (Mathew 6:33).
“On the 31st of December, 2017, the Lord told me that he is raising young people to greatness on the banner of (Mathew 6: 33). The word says, seek ye first the kingdom of God, and his righteousness; and all these things shall be added unto you.
“In this regard, Generation M633 is a vision whose aim is to produce a God-fearing youth that will shape the behaviour of the world,” he told thousands of congregants. According to the HIM founder, the movement seeks to produce a healthy, productive generation with moral values guided by biblical principles.
“The world is in a state in which young people are being misled by philosophies they get from the Internet and social media platforms which justifies sin. Some say it is not important to marry as a virgin but, what is the word of God saying? We want a God-fearing generation and everything will be added unto those that live a righteous life,” said Apostle Vutabwashe.
Added Apostle Vutabwashe: “The generation that we have has misplaced priorities. Whilst todays’ youths are still are at school, they are at the same time looking for a husband or a wife. We are saying to this generation, first things first.
“We are looking for a generation that seeks purity in marriage. We are looking for a generation which produces authentic dissertations and have authentic qualifications. It is possible to have that generation. We are looking for a generation that does not compromise on anything.”
Apostle Vutabwashe gave the biblical example of Joseph, son of Jacob.
“Joseph said I would rather be in prison than to be in the palace with Potiphar’s wife. The way you handle relationships will determine your future. When Potiphar’s wife tempted Joseph, he refused because he feared God.”
Apostle Vutabwashe said they would impress on females the value of their virginity. “Your principles in courtship will follow you into marriage. Those that are sleeping around in courtship are already announcing that they will be sleeping around even in marriage,” he said.