I think this article in gay publication Washington Blade pretty much speaks for itself. Ray is continuously in need of much prayer. Please pray that he would listen to the convicting voice of the Holy Spirit, obey God’s Word and repent.
Ray Boltz unveils new music during weekend D.C. mini concert
Gospel singer Ray Boltz, who came out in the Blade’s Sept. 12 edition (read the story here), gave a mini concert Sunday afternoon at Metropolitan Community Church in Washington and wowed attendees with a batch of new songs that proves the gay experience has been on his mind for awhile.
Nearly all the new material Boltz unveiled in his roughly 75-minute set addressed the gay experience. He joked that “Don’t Tell Me Who to Love,” an up-tempo dance number he sang to a pre-recorded track, might sound a bit too much like a Cher cut, but he said a producer he’d been working with in Los Angeles encouraged him to try it. The audience responded with a standing ovation at its clear, pro-gay message.
Musically speaking, that song was the exception though. Most of the new material was performed with Boltz accompanying himself on acoustic guitar. Even though the audience was hearing these numbers for the first time, their accessible, uncomplicated lyrics made them easy crowd pleasers. The cleverly crafted “I Will Choose to Love,” ominous, jangly “Swimming Hole” (about a hate crime) and emotionally bare “God Knows I Tried” were the standouts. Source.