if you are all about the money then yes it's who you are serving, but some "christian artists" are about the word and doing his will, at that point one would have to consider that the Lord can make rich without adding any grief to it, after all Solomon was rich man, as I said I think it's about perspectives and it would be so easy to jump into blanket judgements concerning those types of pursuits, I know I have, now I just shrug my shoulders and say it'll work itself out in the end and the Lord will reveal who is his and who is not...
A lot of Christians ask themselves how they could do more for God but I doubt few take into consideration how often music has saved someone's life before. You could see them get uncomfortable and just try to brush it off that it's not their kind of music.
From attempts of depressed suicidal intentions or not. Then it feels like they put up this wall and don't want to talk about it anymore with me.
Then as he follows the Lord, follow his leadership.
If you do these things, Satan will not easily deceive you, and lead you down a path of good intensions, but ultimately destroy your testimony, and your peace. And Satan can use a handsome man that goes to church so be on guard my sister. Post Reply I find a lot of "christian music" leaves me cold and unfulfilled, it's as if it has had all the spirit drained out and lifelessness pumped in, I avoid most christian music, having said that, a lot of traditional hymns now turn me on and lift me up, without a whole debate on who plays the tune ?
Matthew King James Bible 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. whatever your job you want to get paid, in the same breath we could say any pastor that is paid is serving mammon.....
I suppose it's a perspective thing, I personally don't go with the idolisation thing, but I have done in the past, we live in a packaged culture now and if you are in the public eye you need a degree in lion taming......I lived for many years with the impression that I should only listen to Christian music, that is music with lyrics that address Christian ideas or beliefs.I have since changed my opinion and would welcome comments.But I've had better luck sharing music with them that are made by Christians but are much more subtle about it in their songs.And then after we become music friends, it gives me an opportunity later to mention that the songs they like were created by Christians who believe in God.https://soundcloud.com/esoptron/esoptron-wept-bitterly https://soundcloud.com/esoptron https://soundcloud.com/esoptron/esoptron-let-there-be-light-ft and another so called secular favourite https://soundcloud.com/abbafire/grace https://soundcloud.com/abbafire/hosea-hard-hitter-featuring-brandon-nealy Post Reply I find a lot of "christian music" leaves me cold and unfulfilled, it's as if it has had all the spirit drained out and lifelessness pumped in, I avoid most christian music, having said that, a lot of traditional hymns now turn me on and lift me up, without a whole debate on who plays the tune ?