Gospel musician, Moses OK has called on Christians to stop listening to secular songs.
According to the clergy, for the sake of spiritual growth, every Christian should stick to gospel music.
Born Moses Osei Kwarteng in an exclusive interview with Onua TV/Onua FM entertainment journalist, Victor Kodom disclosed that Christians have no business listening to secular songs because it does not edify them.
“You can’t listen to songs that do not carry the word of God, songs that don’t correspond with the scriptures. That’s why I don’t encourage people to listen to secular songs,” he said.
Earlier in the interview, he expatiated that words that are the lyrics of songs are spirit and it produces power, so he encouraged people to listen to songs that have the spirit of God, which is Gospel music.
“You can’t listen to any song as a believer, emphasizes good Christians. I’m not talking about those who just call themselves Christians, I’m talking about those who have the spirit of God in them,” he revealed
He continued “You have to listen to Gospel songs because whenever you consume music, the words come directly to your heart, which forms and frames your life. That’s the reason why God himself gave us his word, which is light onto our path,” he concluded.
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