Friday, June 17, 2011
Is It Okay To Look Like Strippers, Prostitutes and Thugs While Performing Gospel Songs?
These days, are gospel artists ministering to the people they dress like? Are they really helping them by not showing a difference? Be real, you can only help people when you testify about coming from the life of prostitution, being a stripper, a thug or a pimp, you cannot help them just by dressing like them. You see, in order to help change people and lure them away from sin, you must have a testimony of how you were delivered from sin, not standing up singing showing a lot of flesh just to make more money and say you gave them a message through your song, that's not the way to win souls. You win souls by looking, dressing, talking and acting different. You saw the scriptures above that instructed us to be different from the world and they are not just words, they are commandments that we in the body of Christ must follow. Furthermore, there are people who have husbands and wives and they desire to remain married to them, they do not want to continue attending church if there spouses are in love with the gospel artists and not in love with them and really not in love with God. Marriages are breaking up over this foolishness and we must inform you that there needs to be a change. You see, so-call ministers like Paula White are not going to go entirely by the Word of God, because she and others want money; therefore, the less strict it is in the church, the more people will give more tithes and offerings, God is tired of this mess and it is time to put a stop to it.
Bottom line, if you say you love God and you are His child, dress like it, don't just say you have Him inside, because what has been happening is, lust has dominated in the church and nothing has changed until people have had enough foolishness. These days, homosexuality has been affirmed as though it is okay to be gay or lesbian and you have the homosexual demons breaking up your marriage, right in the church. Enough is enough and if you are a gospel artists, you need to be different than those who are promoting carnality and sexuality and not true spirituality and that is ultimate holiness.
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