I pray through Muses, not Jesus Christ- Choirmaster

I pray through Muses, not Jesus Christ- Choirmaster

Popular musician of Praye fame, Eugene Baah, known in showbiz as Choirmaster has indicated that even though he makes his supplication known to God, he does not pray through Jesus Christ.

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I do not pray through Jesus like many Christians do- Choirmaster

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Speaking in an interview on Accra-based Happy FM, the musician indicated that he prayed to God through the god of music, literature and other sciences and arts. He went on to add that whenever he makes his request known through the music god to God, his prayers are answered.

He stated in no uncertain terms that he was not against anyone who prayed and made supplication through Jesus Christ who many believe is the son of God.

He held the opinion that he received express answers to his prayers when he made his requests made known to God through Muses.

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The rapper added that his whole life has been dedicated to doing music and he revealed that should he have to face God one day, his passage way to God was going to be the god of music; Muses.

Unlike popular belief, the artiste is of the view that in his personal view, Jesus is not the only way to God. He buttressed his point by saying that he had experience a lot of breakthroughs when he prayed through Muses.

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According to Greek mythology, the gods responsible for music are called Muses. The Muses are a set of goddesses believed to be the nine daughters of Zeus and Mnemosyne. They are Calliope, Clio, Erato, Euterpe, Melpomene, Polymnia, Terpsichore, Thalia and Urania.

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