Happy birthday Judith Sephuma: 45 and styling

Happy birthday Judith Sephuma: 45 and styling

- Judith Sephuma recently celebrated her 45th birthday

- Many fans could not believe her age

- She thanked God on her birthday for her health and long life

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"Today I turn 45. What a blessing this is. God I thank you for with health and for long life you have blessed me. Oh God you never seize to amaze me. When you show up in my life you show off. I feel great, I look great, I am happy and I am loved."

This is what Judith Sephuma had to say on her – wait for it – 45th birthday!

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Many of her fans couldn’t believe that she was turning 45. And her message on her birthday?

A thank you to God for keeping her strong and a belief that she has never lacked in life.

Talk about beautiful on the inside and the outside.

"Blessed with amazing children and grandchildren. Never have I lacked oh God. What kind of love is this dear Lord. Psalm 139 is my portion,” she added.

Judith’s life definitely hasn’t been all sunshine and roses and Briefly.co.za reported on an accident she was involved in where she hit a 79-year-old pensioner on 29 January 2013 in Mofolo, Soweto.

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According to reports, the choirmaster rushed the woman, who was on her way to the clinic, to a hospital. Sadly, the elderly lady died hours after receiving medical car. However, like Ranaka’s case, Sephuma received the forgiveness of the woman’s family and she even stayed in touch with her children.

This lady is testament to the fact that you choose to be beautiful despite challenges you may face.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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