Ghanaian Gospel singer, songwriter, and author, born Moses Osei Kwarteng but better known as Moses OK has opined that true Christians are not supposed to be consumers of secular music.
According to the Gospel minister in an interview with Onua TV/Onua FM entertainment journalist, Victor Kodom, Christians have no business in listening to secular songs because it does not edify them.
He added that one might be able to obey all the ten biblical commandments but his failure to stay away from secular music may make him miss heaven.
“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.
“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.