Diana Hamilton, a gospel musician, has revealed that the Damascus experience will be required for her to be ordained as a pastor.
The musician says she has no regrets about being the daughter of a Pentecostal Apostle, but becoming an ordained pastor will require the Damascus experience.
The musician stated on Rainbow Radio 87.5Fm’s mid-morning show with SokoohemaaKukua that she enjoyed being the daughter of an ordained man of God.
She revealed that the experience had shaped her into a responsible daughter and godly woman.
But the Damascus experience would be required for me to become an ordained woman of God or a pastor.
She was responding to a claim made by some pastor’s children who expressed regret at being pastor’s children and expressed a desire not to be given a second chance.
Diana Hamilton responded that she would never make such remarks because she has no regrets and her father’s work has brought her many blessings and opportunities.
”If my father had not been ordained pastor, there are some opportunities I would have missed. I can never say that being a pastor’s kid was troubling. But for me to be a pastor, unless the Damascus experience,” she stressed.
”Unless God speaks to me and tells me that he has ordained me to be a pastor. If not, I will not do it. You want to be sure that God wants you to be an ordained pastor. Being a pastor child, I did not have an option. But to be an ordained pastor is no joke.”
The Damascus experience refers to Saul’s dramatic conversion while travelling to Damascus.