Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Gospel artists flock to Atlanta to advance career Like Lecrae, But Are They Winning Souls For Jesus Christ?

After doing research about some hip hop gospel artists allegedly tossing up the triple six sign or the corna hand sign, we knew in our hearts, the gospel music industry seem to have gone too far.   If Atlanta is the place many amateurs are going to advance their careers as gospel artists, God have mercy on them, for Atlanta is the same place that is allegedly called the headquarters for black gays and lesbians.   This news of these people trying to find hopes and fulfill their dreams in Atlanta is a trick of the enemy.   Every life of a gospel artist will eventually come to an end and they will have to answer to God how many souls they brought to Jesus Christ.   The question will be asked whether they promoted themselves to seek fame and fortune or did they glorify God during their performances.   Absolutely no idolatry should ever be at any gospel music performances neither should they be so similar to the world, people are coming to be entertain and not seek salvation.   Pastors of the black church or any other church is at fault for not disciplining gospel artists and preaching against their carnality.

Like in our previous article, Helen Baylor even mentioned how the gospel music industry has became so demonic, it allegedly drove her back into drugs.   A lot of fans of gospel artists do not take this issue, seriously, but the gospel music industry is no different than the gay and lesbian community in our opinion, because many gospel artists desire what they want and not what God wants and that is complete holiness and righteousness.   Idolatry is no different than homosexuality, the Bible describe it as an abomination.   It is a sin to seek a career in an industry that is supposed to only be meant for ministry.  We have got too many souls to save while some gospel artists are seeking fame and fortune and expecting to gain the same celebrity status as secular entertainers.   God is not happy with the gospel music industry.   Too many gospel artists are desiring their own fame and fortune, but not necessarily for God to get all the glory in their performances.   This is very similar to some homosexuals whom claim to be born gay without even caring about how God feels about their lifestyle, it called self-glorification. 

We are living in an age when gospel artists are rebellious and do not want to take heed to God's Word that forewarned us in I Peter 1:16, 'Because it is written, Be ye holy; for I am holy.'   To be be holy means to be different and to live holy.  These gospel artists whom are throwing up the corna hand sign and looking like thugs and harlots are not looking or acting holy.  They are definitely not presenting themselves as righteous believers in our opinion.   Listeners of gospel music are being led astray into looking and acting like the world, because so many of them idolize gospel artists instead of worshiping God.   Gospel music was never supposed to lead people away from holiness, but the words along with the performances were always to remain Christ-like, so others can be won to Jesus Christ through their music ministry.  In I John 2:15, the Bible says this: 'Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him.'    

It is so sad, true ministers of the gospel have so much work to do and the gay and lesbian community is not the only group that has been wrong in the eyes of God, but evil ways have been allowed right in God's House.   So many gospel artists are on their way to the same hell as the homosexuals we are angry at for changing God's law of marriage.   Many gospel artists flocking to Atlanta to advance a career are so spiritually blind and don't even realize it.   Happiness is not using God's music as a career, but true joy is living for Jesus Christ and sharing it through His Word and song, not for fame and fortune.   God did not give His music for gospel artists to misuse as a career, but God yet expects music to be performed to advance the Kingdom of God.   Millions of souls are dying every second and the preacher whom chooses not to forewarn these worldly (hip-hop) gospel artists to get right will have to eventually face judgement.   The truth of the matter is this, God would rather these gospel artists go out in the world and be real, rather than to advance gospel music as a career, instead of completely advancing their musical talent for only His Kingdom and His glory.   In God's Word, Revelation 3:16, He told us this: 'So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.'  Many gospel artists want to claim they are gospel artists, but they have collaborated with various secular artists, which most definitely offends God.   You cannot claim to love God, act as though you are a gospel artist, but you not only dress and perform like the world, but you collaborate with them.   In Matthew 6:24, the Word forewarned us, 'No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.'

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Lecrae EXPOSED Part 1 of 2 

Lecrae Reach Records EXPOSED Part 2 of 2

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Gospel artists flock to Atlanta to advance career

5:34 PM, Jun. 4, 2012
ATLANTA — Christian rapper Lecrae first came to Atlanta as a teenager for a youth conference in 1999, but what ultimately convinced him to lay down roots here was its thriving gospel music scene.
"Atlanta is just a musical hub," said the 32-year-old, who moved from Houston three years ago. "There are a slew of producers, engineers, artists and writers. There's a wealth of outlets here, and it's a community of artists who are here as well. That's a major reason why I came here."

Atlanta has become a key place of business for many of the heavyweights in gospel and Christian music, like Marvin Sapp, Mary Mary, Kirk Franklin...Read full article, here. 

Source: Shreveportimes.com 
Video source: http://www.youtube.com/user/mcflmjig 


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