“I wasn’t totally off though, I was doing covers to bless souls but then again, I believe just as Ecclesiastes 3:11 affirms, ‘He has made everything beautiful in His time’. I believe I’m in God’s timing, as his timing is the best. One mantra I live my life by is ‘if it must be done, it must be done well’ . As a result, I’d rather take my time to achieve the best I can than do it haphazardly. God deserves our very best.”
SIRJones is mostly known for his Afrobeats-like gospel songs which makes him extremely unique in the industry. His unique style always informs his lyrics and makes his songs stand out every time it hits the ears.
Speaking on what influenced the lyrics of the particular song, he explained that they were curated out of his unending desire to fellowship and stay in God’s presence.
“I believe the lyrics of this song were borne out of my quest or desire to be in the presence of God. As in His presence, there is Liberty. So the only twist I did was to use the first-person plural in the composition of the lyrics to supplicate the same quest for God’s manifest presence in our lives as we sing it,” he said.
In his over 1 decade of doing music, SIRJones Twum has two powerful albums(“ Aseda Soronko” and “Rhema” to his credit, with hit songs “Nyame Aseda” and “Nyame Obolobo”) and 5 excellent singles plus this upcoming ‘Dwell” EP which is set to be released soon.
Rev. Isaac Owusu Bempah, founder and leader of Glorious Word and Power Ministry International, distinguishes between drinking and getting drunk.
The Bible does not forbid Christians from drinking alcohol, but it does forbid boozing, he said.
“Let us distinguish between drinking and boozing. The erratic behaviour that is likely to occur when you drink alcohol is not pleasing to God. “But when you drink and don’t get drunk, nobody can stop you or accuse you of sin,” he said on Okay FM’s Ade Akye Abia morning show in an interview.
“I understand if someone says drinking alcohol is wrong. But I disagree with those who say alcohol is a sin. For me Owusu Bempah, it is difficult to see me drunk or even drinking. It’s hard. No, I don’t like it, but I won’t judge someone who does.
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Social media users are divided on whether or not getting a tattoo is a good thing or a sin in the eyes of God.
This debate started after they spotted a tattoo on the arm of gospel singer Sonnie Badu.
In a now-deleted post on Instagram, Sonnie Badu shared a picture of himself ministering in Ivory Cost in a white shirt that showed off the tattoo.
“From Ghana, Nigeria, Atlanta, and Canada this project has all my BaduNation citizen’s coming… IvoryCoast Abidjan – you are about to experience the BADUfamily… They were carefully selected and are extremely skilled in their craft.,” he captioned the post.