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My Rasta Is My Form of Consecration to God – Gospel Musician

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My Rasta Is My Form of Consecration to God – Gospel Musician

Wearing Rasta in Ghana comes with many negative connotations but Gospel musician Qhuamhi Nat has stated that it is his form of consecration to God.

Qhuamhi Nat who ministers in spiritual songs has vowed to God never to again engage in anything contrary to the will of God as long as he wears rasta.

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“I have vowed to God, I will never do such things again and as long as the rasta in on, I won’t do such things again,” he revealed.

Speaking on Freedom 89.3 Radio, Qhuamhi Nat disclosed he has done some worse things before his conversion into Christianity.

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“Though I admire rasta, I planned cutting it in the future. That is the whole plan but I told myself as long as this thing (rasta) is on, there are things I won’t do and there are places I won’t enter,” he stated.

As a minister with the Revealed Life International Ministries, the gospel musician further disclosed his calling is to win the ghetto youths because that was where he found himself before God saved him.

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Though there are deeper secrets to wearing his rasta, he has chosen to wear rasta like Paul in the Bible who became all things to all men to be able to win some souls for Christ.

Qhuamhi Nat describes himself as a hidden glory for the end-time church started his singing ministry at a tender age. He has composed and recorded several songs which are yet to be released in the direction of the Holy Spirit.

By: Asiwome Tei-Mati | www.asiwomewrites.com | Ghana

Asiwome Writes is an all-inclusive source for Christian entertainment News, Interviews, and Reviews from Ghana and across the world.

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