Homosexuality is a sin but grace is available to those who want to stop- Diana Hamilton
Over the last few weeks, the advocacy for the legalisation of LGBTQ has been on the high in the country.
The social media advocacy and the opening of an LGBTQ office in Accra has been met with total condemnation people who think the practice is not in line with the Ghanaian culture.
Reacting to the issue in an interview with Amansan Krakye on Kastle FM in Cape Coast, award-winning Gospel musician, Diana Hamilton stated that homosexuality as stated in the Bible is a sin.
“When you read 1Timothy 1:8-11 it’s very clear that it’s like any other sin. Homosexuality is a sin that will not be allowed into the Kingdom of God.”
She, however, added; “but grace is available to anyone who is practicing it and wants to stop.”
“They are the people that Jesus came for so God extends a hand of grace to these people and we plead with God to have mercy to on them to have a change of mind,” she explained.
“I think that when an issue comes up and a lot of people have had their say, sometimes you’re better off because there are a lot of men of God involved who have spoken up on the LGBT rights. One of them being the Chairman of the Church of Pentecost who happens to be my father so I will come from a Christian point of view. Jesus and the word of God is against sexual immorality and homosexuality,” she added.