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    • Thank you Beverly. God bless you more and more.  I am praying for your strength at all the opposition you have been facing as you are climbing higher and higher in His courts! Let us ever Come alive in Him! Hugs

  1. The pied piper is a good image, because his power came from the spell that his music had cast, analogous to a snake charmer.  A similar word to “spell” or “charm” is the “allure” in the title. 

    Most of contemporary Christian “worship” music is alluring in appealing to the soul as the secular music which it seems to emulate.  It may pack a powerful emotional punch, relating to the soulish side of humankind, thus making it more imperative that we rightly discern between soul and spirit. This music encourages the false, “if it feels good, it must be right” mentality that has dogged the church, which distracts from the importance of sound doctrine and the warning of Proverbs 14:12 that
    “There is a way that seems right to a man, But its end is the way of death.”

    • Thank You Mark, as I always value yours and others input! Most of the way down the line I agree with you. Spot on about the Pied Piper. You seem to be a person you can seriously discuss differences with others. As in music I do love a lot of Contemporary praise but not ALL of it!!
      Some songs to me get entirely too worldly! We sure have to be careful what our ear gates listen to. It’s the Same with some Southern & Country gospel, I feel.

      While I am from the South, some sounds like a bar room sound, even.
      Still old writers and hymn songs can be good, with a beautiful message! Yet, if our heart is open, some new singers today, can really hit the heavenly notes!

      We all are so different and different styles of music appeal to us. Let us not be bound on one hand with legalism or the other hand with just anything goes. We must balance it all in the Kingdom Of God. The Lord will surely help us. God bless you.

      • I thank you, Joyce.  I had cut my comment short but had particularly in mind the kind of music, which as Andrew Strom said, is singing to Jesus as if He was one’s boyfriend.  Not only does this give a false image of the Lord, but – as another topic – is a reason why masculine men feel uncomfortable sitting through a modern church service.

    • @ sheillla murray Thank you. It’s just any thing wonderful about me is truly the Lord! You have a super blessed day!

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