Lionel Delasse – The Truth About The Idols of Young

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“Let this book of the law be ever on your lips and in your thoughts day and night, so that you may keep with care everything in it; then a blessing will be on all your way, and you will do well.”

Joshua 1:8

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Does that music I’m listening to is in accordance with my Christian values?
Should we continue listening to songs where violence, hatred, Satanism and shame are proclaimed whereas our God is of Love, Mercy and Kindness?

Another christian’s view:

” Where Is God? Who Is God? What Is His Name? – Consider the following lyrics from Mandisa’s Only the World song. Notice that not one time does the song mention Christ, the gospel, or even God. It does use the word “heaven” once. So what is the song about? Consider Amy Grant’s Baby Baby. Again, what is the song about? Consider Toby Mac’s Made To Love. Again, who is he singing to or about? The point is that much of our music today is not centered on Jesus Christ or his gospel. It is often focused on self. Consider, in turn, the great hymn by Charles Wesley, And Can It Be That I Should Gain? or Martin Luther’s A Mighty Fortress Is Our God. Notice the differences? Are we some how moved beyond the soundness of doctrine (1 Timothy 4:16; Titus 2:1)?”

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