Evangelist Diana Asamoah, the Ghanaian gospel artist, has stated her opinion of women who wear a lot of make-up.

The gospel singer said in an interview with blogger Zion Felix that she used to see people wearing a lot of make-up. Diana claims she received such an impression because she was still a new Christian.

I used to think of women who wore make-up, wore wigs, and didn’t cover their heads with scarves as’ maame water ‘(mermaids) or wicked. “But it has changed now because I was still a baby in Christ,” she added, “because I was still a baby in Christ.”

Diana Asamoah said, “Some of our spiritual fathers didn’t encourage us.” Because of what we saw on the surface, they persuaded us to judge and feel we were superior. I used to believe that everyone who prayed in tongues was spiritual, but as I’ve grown in the Lord, I’ve learned that it’s all about what’s on the inside, not how you appear. “

Source: Dklassgh.com

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