No Profanity! 12 secular songs Christians can play at home without feeling bad

Let’s be real; not all songs about secular musicians are profane.

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Let’s be real; not all songs about secular musicians are profane. Christians must first examine the words of the songs and what they portray.

Music is food for the soul and is often written with a purpose. Find out what the music is linked to and the kind of emotions the music stirs.

After careful research, we’ve compiled 12 songs by Ghanaian musicians that you can listen to peacefully at home.

  • Stonebwoy - Go higher

Go higher is about achieving your dreams despite the challenges and backbiting from family and friends.

Excerpts of the lyrics

Goodness and mercies shall follow me

such mi nuh fraid ah nuh enemy

pon top ah blessings mi belly cyaan hungry

aborbi taadi and kalami

My table full up full up and ah run over my cup it ah run over

  • Sarkodie ft. Castro - Adonai

Adonai is about relying on God for everything you need to live a faithful Christian life. Always focus on the latter glory.

Excerpt of the lyrics

Tie, moa wechi me ten years

Me wu anka way back

Mo afloope this be ma pay back

Ma enemies you for dey guard

Me ncurse wo, I don’t want to disobey God

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  • Kwabena kwabena - Bue Kwan

This song is about asking God for his direction and protection in every endeavour. It talks about asking God for divine favors to fight spiritual battles.

Excerpt of the lyrics

Eny3 y3ne honam 3ne mogya bi na anya

y3ne 3wiemu atumfo) oo obonsam ne na pamfo) no

ne nhye hye3 nyinaa ne s3 wob3si me nhyira no kwan

Onyame din mu nti 3ma so oo(3ma so oo oo!)

bue kwan bi mame oo

won hye hye3 ne s3 wob3bo me nhyira atoatwene

Onyame din mu nti 3ma so da oo(3ma so da oo oo!)

bue kwan bi mame oo

  • MzVee ft Efya - Abofra

Abofra is about helping each other through life challenges. With love, support and favour, you can all achieve our dreams.

Excerpts of the lyrics

No matter what they are talking

they keep watching, we keep rising

Is it what we have do you want it

No matter what they are talking

We keep rising, they'll watching

  • Okyeame Kwame - Hallelujah ft Abochi

Hallelujah is about praising God for his good mercies and favours.

Excerpts of the lyrics

Praise the Lord

Hallelujah (aseti)

I'll sing and shout (aseti)

Hallelujah

For the good you've been doing to me (aseti ama me)

Ewurade aa w'ama me as3 bi

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  • Kofi Kinata - Susuka

Susuka talks about being grateful for what you’ve while asking God for more. Let your life be a living testimony for others in worst situation.

Excerpts of the lyrics

Obi nya w'ay3 oh

Obi ne di so sen wo di yi mpo

Obi nya w'ayɛ oh

Obi ne di so sen wo di yi mpo

Hwɛ, Obi nya w'ayɛ oh

Eh Obi ne di so sen wo di yi

Ah Obi nya w'ayɛ ati

Obi ne di so sen wo di yi mpo

  • Amakye Dede - Bebrebe yi

Let’s face it; you need money to buy everything including the bible but we must acquire wealth through the right means. Don’t use your family members for rituals to game fame and power.

As the bible says; “Lay not up for yourselves treasures upon earth, where moth. and rust doth corrupt, and where thieves break through and steal”.

  • Daddy lumba - Children of the future

Children are the future of our beloved country, Ghana. We must hold them in high esteem and nurture them to be good citizens of the nation. Say no to domestic violence against children.

  • Becca - African woman

This is a cultural song that reminds us of our roots. It also celebrates African woman; the role they play in the society, their hardworking altitude, motherly love, and beauty.

Woman

Excerpts of the lyrics

I see a woman

Every day in the mirror I see a woman

and every time I look at mama I see a woman

wonderful woman

an African woman

mother of nature (yea, yea)

beautiful woman

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  • Lil wayne ft. Odehyie ba ladder

The ladder song is about winning souls and following the footstep of Jesus Christ.

  • Kidi - Odo

Live for and die for love

  • Shatta Wale - Taking over

Taking over simply means having a passion for whatever you’re doing and standout among the crowd. Create a niche for yourself.

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