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Chat Chartreux
I'm just going to post this here: youtube.com/watch?v=zpbDkVQzVKc
This is intentional. Stonecutters are laughing their heads off.
Chat Chartreux
Imagine doing that at the foot of the Cross. This is a literal disgrace.
가입을 원합니다
American priest Raymond F. Sullivan (1927~2015), Maryknoll, translated this song in English.
인생은 미완성 Life is incomplete youtube.com/watch?v=ZH31AH75huI (3:50)
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가입을 원합니다
American priest Raymond F. Sullivan (1927~2015), Maryknoll, translated this song in English.
인생은 미완성 Life is incomplete youtube.com/watch?v=ZH31AH75huI (3:50)
like deers = help each other
SonoftheChurch
Sadly, the author is unerringly correct. The vast majority of secular music - and a good portion of the so called sacred - is satanic at its core and spawned from the deepest abyss of hell itself. Filled with all manner of filth and vile, vulgar concepts of sex and sexuality as the world perceives it, secular music today is nothing more than a diabolical celebration and affirmation of abject …More
Sadly, the author is unerringly correct. The vast majority of secular music - and a good portion of the so called sacred - is satanic at its core and spawned from the deepest abyss of hell itself. Filled with all manner of filth and vile, vulgar concepts of sex and sexuality as the world perceives it, secular music today is nothing more than a diabolical celebration and affirmation of abject hedonism and rebellion against the natural order of God.

Practically every genre of secular music is thus tainted: Rock, Jazz, Country, R&B, Hip-Hop, even Folk music is not innocent anymore. Only the Classical and Patriotic genres remain fairly neutral in their construct, but even some of that can contain unwholesome aspects, with godlessness written into it from its very origins. And to our utter shame, much of that which goes by the caption “sacred” fails to truly exalt, honor and praise our Lord Jesus Christ and extoll His great majesty. It’s usually all about the composer or the one performing the rendition, not about Christ and His unfathomable glory.

Music was created by God and gifted to His creatures for His holy worship only, as a tool for His joy and pleasure alone; which, when offered as He intended, will also bring us joy and rejoicing as we are ushered into His sublime and august Presence and experience the sanctity of His holiness. That is what music - ALL MUSIC - should do…bring us closer to God.
chris griffin
I agree completely that evil music is rampant but I try to bring good out of evil. “I Will Follow Him” by Little Peggy March is a promise to love and follow God. “I Walk the Line” by Johnny Cash is a dedication to carefully observe God’s laws. There are a few others. Please excuse me if I am off topic.