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The Best Is Yet to Come

Martha Munizzi

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The Best is Yet To Come

This is one of the best albums I've EVER heard. The entire album ministered directly to my soul during one of the darkest hours of my life. The anointing of the Holy Ghost flows from beginning to end, and the words of the songs prophesied over my life at a time I most needed it. The songs will strengthen, encourage, and uplift your soul, as well as, put you right in the presence of God to worship in spirit and in truth. A must have!

great album!!!

she is an amazing singer and her songs really speak to your heart! everyone should have this cd

This is the best

This is the best!!! Simple as that!!

Biography

Born: February 26, 1968 in Lakeland, FL

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

Award-winning gospel performer Martha Munizzi was born in central Florida to a religious musical family who had Martha and her twin sister Mary singing and touring the country with them by the age of eight. Her first album, 2002's Say the Name, came out on Point to Point, and was followed up with a pair of self-released records, The Best Is Yet to Come (2003) and When He Came (2004), both of which debuted high on Billboard's gospel chart. In 2006, Munizzi was nominated for a Grammy for Best Traditional...
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