Little Richard is sold out for God!
In a rare interview with Three Angels Broadcasting Network, the singer shares his testimony of God’s love transforming his life.
“I’ve always talked about Jesus. I’d be screaming and singing…I had a song I’d sing called In The Name.”
The living legend, said choosing between his fame and his faith was one of the best decisions he’s ever made.
“I didn’t feel right anymore. I would sing and do things, but I wasn’t a part of the in crowd anymore,” he said.
The singer said he started getting concerned about his place in the world.
The Rock and Roll singer, raised a member of the Baptist and African Episcopal Methodist churches, found his home in the Seventh Day Adventist Church.
“I started thinking about Jesus. I started thinking about the world is going to end
The singer also touched on his time being “gay, or omnisexual” as he use to call himself.
When I first come in show business they wanted you to look like everybody but yourself. And anybody that comes in show business they gone say you gay or straight…God made men, men and women, women. You’ve got to live the way God wants you to live…he can save you.”
“Regardless of whatever you are He loves you. I don’t care what you are. He loves you and He can save you, and He will save you and He can help you. He will help you. All you’ve got to do is say, ‘Lord, take me as I am. I’m a sinner.’ But we all have sinned and come short of the glory of God. The only holy, righteous person is Jesus and He wants us to be just like Him because in order to go to Heaven, we’ve got to look like Him,” Richard said. “I don’t want to sing Rock and Roll no more. … I want to be holy like Jesus.”
Here is the entire interview, disclaimer it is very long, but worth the watch!