We assume a lot of gospel music artists who become pastors or evangelists forget they should discern each and every spirit before collaborating with secular artists or even re-composing their songs. Gospel artists who become ministers forget, you are no longer just creating gospel songs for the Lord, but you should listen to the voice of God deep within your soul to choose what songs you will produce, even better just create your own songs, because there are alleged demonic spirits behind a lot of the music created by secular artists. This song, "Yes We Can" was supposed to be in honor of President Barack Obama, but there is something allegedly wrong with the words of this song and when it was heard on this video, we assumed possibly, there is an alleged connection with the Satanic Illuminati and this is why when you reverse it, it is, "Thank you Satan". We are definitely not saying Pastor John P. Kee is a part of the Satanic Illuminati, but we are saying there was allegedly and possibly evil placed into the words when it was recorded. This is why we tell these gospel artists to separate from the world like I John 2:15 instructed for us to do, because many secular artists are allegedly connected with the secret society of the Satanic Illuminati and they may not be saying words themselves, but when you back mask their recordings the Devil is controlling their music and words and in this case, the video reveals President Barack Obama's voice, allegedly.
Furthermore, we do not think Pastor John P. Kee should have done this song in our opinion,the words allegedly sounds to be possessed by Satan and his demons, according this video. This was obviously to be expected if there is a secret connection to the Satanic Illuminati. This lets us know that gospel music is no longer full of God's anointing, because these gospel artists get so desperate to make money and forget that when they collaborate with secular artists, God is no longer controlling their music. As for gospel artist and Pastor John P. Kee, we pray that he is more careful with the songs he chooses to record, regardless of the cause.
"Yes We Can" by John P. Kee
Obama - Yes We Can
photo courtesy: New Life Fellowship