It’s a celebratory day for Gospel singer Kambua and his husband, Jackson Mathu.|
Kambua and her hubby have been officially married for eight years and in celebration of their marriage, she posted a touching tribute to God on her journey through her marriage.
In the post, Kambua featured a picture of her on their big day, along with a heartwarming caption opening up about her inability to have children after 7 years of marriage.
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Right after our wedding ceremony there was a heavy downpour (see the windows). It was magical! ⠀ I remember this day like it was yesterday, when the hubs and I exchanged vows. I remember my excitement and anxiety all interwoven into a beautiful tapestry that would be our future. ⠀ As with every wedding the ministers prayed and spoke blessings over us…blessed my womb, and spoke fruitfulness over us. And as an eager wide-eyed bride I said a resounding “Amen”! ⠀ . . What I did not know then, was that I would be sitting in ‘the waiting room’ for 7 years. 7! I would watch my friends have babies- one, then two, then five…! I would attend endless baby showers and first birthdays. In the waiting room I would walk with friends who were devastated at the ‘inconvenience’ of a badly timed pregnancy. Whoa. ⠀ I didn’t know how accustomed I would be to the ONE line on a pregnancy test. Empty arms, empty womb, empty heart . . But then God healed me. He healed my heart and shifted my mind. He lifted my head even when mockery and shame arose. He remained the voice of truth. And after I had made my peace with him, that he would bless me in whichever way, at whatever time, then heaven moved. My name was called. I had been next in line and didn’t even know it! With hope and yes, alot of anxiety I exited the waiting room and became a mother. God has honored me in ways I can never fathom. Not by anything I did, but by His grace. ⠀ He is a God who loves us. He is faithful. He remains undefeated. 💛💒👶🏾 . . . #2020 #itsouranniversary #8yearsofgrace . . . 📷@markonestudios
The Nasimama hitmaker welcomed her first child, Nathaniel late 2019.
Kambua and her husband have showcased what it means to be someone’s bonafide through every trial, tribulation, adventure and challenging times.
Black love is beautiful! We wish them many more years of happiness together!