The Ghanaian gospel musician, Diana Asamoah has come out strongly against her own former views about make-up and other lifestyles of Christian women. She used her influential status to make people believe that makeup and other dressing codes are ungodly things.
Who Is Diana Asamoah?
Diana Asamoah is a renowned Ghanaian award-winning evangelist, gospel musician, producer, and radio presenter.
What Does Diana Asamoah Say About Make-up?
Formerly, she believed makeup and certain dressing lifestyles are ungodly in the sight of God. Diana is out again with a different view in which she says she is now having a better understanding of what it means to be a true Christian. She has therefore changed her thought about how she taught people that makeup and other lifestyles are sins.
In an interview with UTV last Saturday, she explained the reasons behind her change of mind —regretting how she has misled Ghanaians and many others with unsound doctrines about dressing.
“It is about growth in Christ Jesus. We condemned makeup and other things we thought as worldly but now we have seen the light and realized that being Godly is more about your deeds and not about your looks. I’m correcting the wrong impressions and perceptions about being a Christian I planted into people with my current fashion sense.”
Taking a look at her stance, she is surely making refreshing to what Apostle Paul said in the book of 1Timothy.
“Likewise the women are to dress in suitable apparel, with modesty and self-control. Their adornment must not be with braided hair and gold or pearls or expensive clothing, but with good deeds, as is proper for women who profess reverence for God.” (1 Timothy 2:9 – 10)
Some months ago, after receiving several backlashes from Ghanaians for dressing like a ‘slay queen’ Diana Asamoah has debunked their thoughts and ill-feeling toward her fashion sense as a gospel singer. She continued to explain herself in the interview:
“I still don’t understand why some Ghanaians are saying I have diverted because of my latest style dressing because I’m still committed to the work of the Almighty God.
“When you are not matured in the work of God, you may think anything that people do is a sin because God has not opened your eyes to see what is good or bad.
“My new taste for good dresses has not stopped me from serving my maker and I’m still winning souls for God just that people don’t understand me because they are not matured in Christianity.”
According to her, she now feels mature in her Christian walk with God.