Christianity is about following the steps and teachings of Jesus Christ and also obeying the commandments of God. However, Christianity today has turned into a fashion show which pushes the glory of God away.
Talented Ghanaian gospel musician Emmanuel Kwaku Essuman Mensah King, known in showbiz circles as Kingskid, has condemned the current trend of Christianity and has outlined the real duties of a good Christian in these end times.
The gospel musician in an interview with Flex newspaper lamented that Christians shouldn’t always think about going to church but they should remember and help the needy because even the bible say’s there are more blessings in giving than in receiving. “Christians should always live a life which will be acceptable to Christ and also change people from their sinful acts by caring, giving and supporting the needy with the little they have. Muslims are always successful in whatever they do due to their given act so Christians should also do so,” he stated.
He continued to ask his colleagues gospel musicians to set up foundations to help the poor people who need their support in various ways.
Kingskid is currently working on his Shoeshine project which is an annual event. Over a week ago, the first edition of this project was held in Accra with massive attendance. Kingskid and his management are looking forward to getting financial support from the corporate bodies to put his project on its peak.
“Giving out to people must be in secret and not public. It must come out willingly from your heart because it is a command from God but due to some financial problems, it is sometimes good for you to approach corporate bodies for their support in your project,” he added.
Kingskid is therefore also coming up with his own musical show in August at KICC in Spintex Road with many well known gospel musicians and is absolutely free. He added that he is doing this because many Ghanaians see gospel music shows as boring event so he wants to change that perception about gospel shows and also draw more youth to Christ.
Kingskid finally urged Ghanaians to patronize gospel music shows as they do to secular music shows because with that, it will also help the gospel musicians to get money to support the needy ones in their society and even the whole country as well.
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