Is Satan The Worship Leader In Your Church?

Readers, here's a blog article that have really ruffled some feathers. The author claims that Christians need to become more astute at determining the source of things, especially when it come to gospel music.
For instance: when you hear a song from a favorite gospel artist or group, are you sure their source comes from God? Are they plugged into Holy Ghost power or demonic power?
Just because they can sing good or make you feel goosebumps doesn't mean God is their source. God may be the source of their gift: but is He the source for how that gift is being used?
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  1. Vast majority of these artist are only in it for the money. being a Christian is second or third down the list. Just look how they dress.

  2. I don't the brother with the Mohawk or the woman in shorts. Who are they? And what do they sing?

    1. Anonymous the young man with the mohawk is Tonex and the young lady in the shorts is Angel of Trin-i-tee 5:7.

  3. Not ruffling my feathers at all. This ONE really is a no-brainer, at least for me. Not to be redundant, but this post calls for the same type feedback I gave in my comments to the post about the contestant on Sunday Best. Like I implied before, music in church should be sacred because we are talking about "worship" here. And even if done outside the church, the music should still be representative of the message of the gospel to honor our risen Savior. Personally, I believe verses like Psalm 149:1 "Praise ye the LORD. Sing unto the LORD a new song, and his praise in the CONGREGATION of saints", may indicate that Christian music should be done in CHURCH ONLY, and not in halls and night clubs. Bible verses Ephesians 5:19 "Speaking to yourselves in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody in your heart to the Lord; and Colossians 3:16 "Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly in all wisdom; teaching and admonishing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing with grace in your hearts to the Lord." These "gospel" artists don't do psalms; they don't do hymns (many of these songs, so wonderfully created songs by the likes of Franklin, Adams, Sherrad, could not even compare musically), as a matter of fact, these artists seem to be ANTI- HYMN; so I guess their songs are categorized as "spiritual" songs. Nothing Spiritual about their songs at all. The Ephesians passage says "making melody". A melody is a simple tune, and the simple tune should accompany and compliment the lyrics, not overpower the lyrics.The rhythms and beats of "gospel" music are carnal. Most of "gospel" music appeal to the flesh, and the Bible says we must worship Him in SPIRIT and in TRUTH (said nothing about the FLESH). So for all who are hucking and bucking and spitting and falling (out), these type actions could be demonic, drummed up by the worldly music these artists write and perform. Music is never neutral. Music effects the human body in subtle, but powerful ways.Fact is the human body and mind can be controlled and altered with music. And not to talk about the lyrics so much, but the lyrics are trite and repetitive, and in most cases, not Biblical at all. Christian music should be a "new" song, not an "old borrowed song". Christian music should emphasize the message, not the music, nor the musicians. Just look at how some of these artists dress (especially the ones shown here). These artists are center stage, wearing tight and sexy clothes, dressing fad like the world, moving sensually. you name it, and I believe these are all by design. FOR MARSHA..."I AM NOT A TROLL" ...LOL...

  4. It is very clear that the singers and worship leaders are no longer even trying to hide behind the cross. They won't even pray Lord hide my sins from your people while I minister. The church co-signs the behavior being the ever scapegoatism of " no judgement". That is crap and even when their sins are exposed it is the church that looks the other way. But when they are done wrong or have beef they expose it all on Facebook with judgement being called on the perceived enemy. Crap!

  5. So someone writes an article and puts up pictures of well known artists and the article is supposed to be about worship leaders. None of these people are worship leaders and listening to their music is a choice, just like anything else. Just a ploy to get page views. Tonex is not a gospel artist and who knows who the woman in white, definitely not one either. Lecrae has never been identified as a gospel artist and certainly was never a worship I get so tired of folks using the flim-flam to get folks to read their internet articles.

    1. No matter what these artists are called (worship leaders, gospel artists, or whatever), these folks, unfortunately, have a great deal of influence of those in the church who call themselves worship leaders.That's a fact, so many leaders emulate their style, dress, performance, etc. So no need to present a straw man here. So some of us intelligent folks can see a tie between the pics and the article. I definitely don't believe it's the blogger's ploy to get page views. (SEE Marsha, not a troll). Like you I too am tired...tired of the likes of those in the pic calling their music "gospel".


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