Over 70% of Ghanaian Gospel Songs are not biblical – Gospel influencer William Mawusi fumes

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William Mawusi Dotse, a Gospel influencer and Assistant Sales manager for media general in the western region has added his voice to the recent statement made by Nathaniel Bassey pleading with Ghanaians to sing in English to break barriers.

In a post sighted by Ghministers on his Facebook page,  the acclaimed Gospel influencer in the western region stated that, the problem is not about the language of the song but the content in which the songs are produced.

He also added that, over 70% of the gospel content produced in Ghana here are not biblical and always basing their songs on personal testimonies and how life has treated them as singers.

He writes:

You are anointed, sing in English for the world to hear you.
Pastor Nathaniel Bassey tells Ghanaian Gospel Musicians.

The problem is first not the Language but the content of our songs.

Over 70% of our content is not biblical, they are based on personal testimony and how life has treated us as people.

Yes, the largest people on Earth speak English but music is consumed by our spirits, and our understanding even though sometimes the understanding of the lyrics is very important.

All this lecturing, writing, and correcting will be important when we focus on telling the truth to their faces.

I know a lot of pastors don’t invite musicians to churches because of the content of their songs and also some prefer giving you the types of songs you should minister during the service.

Let’s focus our #energy on content first before anything comes in, because I can see an embarrassment coming in the future.



Source: ghministers.net

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