If you’re not cautious, you might observe the Ten Commandments but skip heaven as a Christian because of secular music, according to Gospel artist Moses OK, who believes that such music hinders Christians’ spiritual development.
Every Christian should only listen to gospel music, says the Gospel Minister, and shouldn’t expose their spirits to any other music.
In an interview with entertainment journalist Victor Kodom for Onua TV/Onua FM, the Ghanaian gospel singer, born Moses Osei Kwarteng, stated that Christians have no business listening to secular music 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.
Moses encouraged people to listen to Gospel music, which he described as having the spirit of God because he said that the words in songs are spirit and they produce power.
“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,” 3news.com quoted him to have said.
“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.