Enterprising Ghanaian Gospel musician, Monica Addai has entreated Gospel musicians in the country to seek spiritual guidance from God when composing songs.
She pointed out the need for Gospel musicians to strive to invite the Holy Spirit in their lives and daily activities.
Speaking in an interview with www.newshuntermag.com, the Sunyani-based Gospel musician indicated that the Holy Spirit is the guide and counsellor for all Christians, so it is imperative for those singing about the Gospel to ask the Holy Spirit to take over them.
Monica admitted that the majority of songs being released by Gospel musicians currently are not spiritually filled by the Holy Spirit.
She observed some of these Gospel musicians are not relying on God, they have failed to seek counsel from God—and do whatever they like because of fame.
According to her, these musicians refuse to pray and wait upon the Almighty God to guide them.
Monica Addai reiterated that they rely on their own strengths—thinking that they are singing for God, but they lack spiritual backing—which makes it difficult for them to achieve the ultimate goal of winning souls for God.
In the interim, Monica Addai is gearing up towards the release of her new song titled ‘Hu Me Mmobo’ (Have Mercy).
Connect with her on social media through Monica Addai Ministry.