Just to keep the atmosphere running before I post my #LetsGoGospelSeries01, I wanna share something that struck me this morning. Early this morning, I woke up and was listening to songs from my faulty laptop. Some of the songs were too hot that I had to transfer them to my phone. For those who are close to me, they know I am madly in love with Tim Godfrey. I fee kil person for am.
Why? I am a Mahd Man and can effectively relate with my kind. So I enjoy Tim Godfrey, Frank Edward, Tye Tribette, Travis Greene, Mali Music, Pastor Nosa, James Moss, Freke Umoh and all other mahd folks. Sometimes, when some ‘Spirikoko’ christians hear the songs that I play, they are forced to ask, “Is this a gospel music?”
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And am surprised at their ‘foolishness’ and ignorance because they wanna make you feel you less of a Christian because of the kind of BEAT that accompany the lyrics of the song you listen to. Can you define a gospel music? Is it the beat or the lyrics that make a song gospel? Do we have gospel beat and secular beat? Please, did the devil create any kind of beat?
My mum loves Emmanuel Ofano, that could be the avenue God speaks to her, probably because she’s calm. But Baby, Emmanuel Ofano cannot EFFECTIVELY communicate with me. Pastor Adeboye has his style of preaching and he is able to communicate with his audience cut out for him. But Baby, Bishop Oyedepo is no calm Man.
He is ready to blow the roof off. If you know you know. Smiles.Does that make him less of a Man Of God than Pastor Adeboye? Tim Godfrey is a mahd man that can communicate with mahd folks like us, the youth. It’s time to break free from the RELIGIOUS THINKING we have.
Coming Soon is my article titled ME VS RELIGION.