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Revelation teaches that because of Babylon's doctrines many churches have become filled with unclean spirits. What effect has this had on music, praise, and worship?

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Comment by H.G. on January 24, 2011 at 11:53am

Music is such an important issue that we cannot treat it casually.

 

If we believe 2 Tim 3:16 and Isaiah 28:9,10 we will not fail of studying it out objectively, letting GOD guide us & asking HIM for the power to act on the convictions that HE will bring to our soul.

 

The Bible is very clear: everything in this world falls into either one of two categories-upholding the commnadments or breaking the commandments (Eccl 12:13,14).

 

In this Antitypical Day of Atonement let us purpose in our hearts to be pure and ask GOD in faith for the power to be holy.

 

Think about it: wouldnt it be sad to know that we cheated ourselves out of eternal life because of some music that we did not want to give up?

 

Purity is possible: Phil 4:13

Comment by Regina L. Perry on January 19, 2011 at 7:07pm
The emphasis is taken off the search of the scriptures but to have a religious experience with what is thought to be an experience with the Holy Spirit.
Comment by Regina L. Perry on January 19, 2011 at 6:59pm
There are many worship styles that have entered Protestant or Evangelical churches since the Charismatic movement of the 1970's until now. Many adherents are so accustomed to emotionalistic music that many sincere souls feel that they have been deprived of a "spiritual experience " if they have emotional excitement during worship. I use to practice Yoga in the 60's but the Kundalini style is unknown to me and can be very dangerous.

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