A gospel musician-cum-song writer, Prosper Ntoso, has urged Ghanaians to show love to homosexuals because God’s love extends them notwithstanding whatever their sins are.
He argued though same sex relationships, and other acts like masturbation, pornography, drug abuse must be condemned, it is important to let people understand that the only way to help persons engaged in such acts is to show them love.
Prosper Ntoso gave the advice when he released a music video for his latest track: “He Brought Me In”
The song explained God’s love for the worse sinner and how God is able to rescue anyone entangled with the pleasures of the world.
He said God condemns such acts because they do not conform to his Word, adding in spite of that, God does not give up on anyone who engages in such acts.
God, he said, is ready to embrace anyone who turns to Him, hence He would not have sent Jesus Christ who is His only son to save us.
“God loves everyone, including the worse sinner. It is important to stress on this truth, and preach and demonstrate God’s love to draw people to the saving Christ, rather than to condemn people, and making them believe they are rejected by God,” he said.
The singer observed that condemning such persons considered immoral, “make them run away from God’s merciful arms when they are supposed to run into His arms”.
Prosper Notos who recently graduated with a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Ghana, advised the youth interested in pursuing a career in music not to substitute education for their passion for music.
He said the music industry is far advancing with the advent of technology, adding that it was important to have some level of education in order to keep up with the pace.
Prosper also encouraged the youth to have focus and determination to succeed both in their music career and education.
The singer has five albums to his credit. The “He Brought Me In” track is on his latest album titled “Oh I Praise God”, which is available on all digital platforms.