Ofori Amponsah’s manager, Franklyn Wiafe Agyekum had said that his artiste is back to highlife to continue doing those love songs he used to sing and even do it better to heal the broken-hearted.
Born again musician and record producer, Morris Babyface has cautioned Ofori Amponsah to reconsider his decision of going back to highlife years after becoming a pastor.
Ofori Amponsah’s manager, Franklyn Wiafe Agyekum had said that his artiste is back to highlife to continue doing those love songs he used to sing and even do it better to heal the broken-hearted. He added that Ofori will do highlife and his pastoral duties simultaneously.
But Morris in an interview with Abrantepa on Radio Univers’ mid-morning show, Brunch2Lunch suggested that the decision is dangerous as Ofori Amponsah or whoever decides to go back to the world will end up winning souls for the devil.
“There are some secular songs that preach virtue. When people listen to such songs, they may change from their wrongs but that does not guarantee them a place in Heaven. Any pastor who will do a secular music stands rejected by Christians and ridiculed by the world. The Bible likened such people to a dog going back to its own vomit. So I don’t know of a real pastor who will do that. What are you telling the church? That they should go sing secular songs? And what message are you sending to the world? That they should continue to stay where they are?” he quizzed.
“The world is currently being ruled by the devil. The moment you proclaim you are a follower of Christ, satan will oppose you. There will be extreme hardship but all is to test your faith to see if indeed, you have turned your back to the world. Sometimes if things look rosy for you, that can make you do worse things than when you were a non-believer. God grooms you and later showers his blessings on you just like Job,” Morris added.
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He urged Ofori Amponsah to stand firm and continue doing the work of God.
“If you have turned your back to the world, remain focused. If you go back, satan doesn’t only get you in his camp but will steal souls through you. He [Ofori Amponsah] should sit and re-evaluate his decision. He shouldn’t be deceived by the world and its material gains. He should pass the test,” Morris advised.
Known for hit songs Otoolege, Odwo, Puduo, Sardine, Emmanuella, among others, Ofori Amponsah has been out of the music industry for some years now to pursue full-time ministry. He is currently the Head Pastor of the Holy Ground Sanctuary in Accra.