Rhythm Shouldn’t Change The Word Of God In Your Songs—Moses OK Asserts

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Ghanaian Gospel minister, songwriter and author, Moses
Osei Kwarteng popularly known as Moses Ok has entreated Ghanaian Gospel
artistes allow the Holy Spirit to spearhead the message that they put across in
their songs.

The ‘Nkakrakakra ebeye yie’ crooner believes the only way that
Gospel songs can affect the lives of people is whereby the musicians allow
themselves to be use as a tool and invite the presence of God into their daily
activities as apostles of Jesus Christ.
“I believe sometimes the trends of music do change but if
the rhythm changes, content shouldn’t change,” he told Felix Adjei aka Mr.
Lattus on J.life FM’s Church Bells on Sunday.
According to him, the content of Gospel music should always
propagate the message of God—and also to adore the creator of heaven and the earth.
“You need not to substitute the good message and propagate
your own, the word of God is unchangeable,” he posited.
He further stated that; “I believe it is changing now and it
is my prayer that they can testify about the Most High, whom they present to
the world.”
He urged Gospel musicians and wannabe Gospel ministers to
have a good relationship with God—and encounter with the Holy Spirit in order
to portray Christ life and the likeliness of God in their activities as
ambassadors of the Gospel.

Kofi Oppong Kyekyeku

I am a Ghanaian Broadcast Journalist/Writer who has an interest in General News, Sports, Entertainment, Health, Lifestyle and many more.

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