“I Can Never Feature An Unbeliever, Like Snoop Dog On A Gospel Song” – KennyKore

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Gospel artist, Kenny Kore has decided not to remain silent until UntilWeComeToTheUnityOfFaith

 he said

1. Secular, and Gospel is like Baal, and Christ; 

Dirty , and Clean water. They shouldn’t mix.

You’re not a Christian because you say you are, or because you go to a building called church, you’re a Christian because you’ve given your life to Christ, and taken Christ’s life, and your life bears fruit unto righteousness. 

It doesn’t mean you’re perfect, but it definitely means that you’re SEPARATED from the world.

2. It is not what goes into a man that condemns a man; it is what comes out of a man that condemns a man.

That said, garbage in, garbage out.

Bad communication corrupts good manners. 

Faith comes by hearing, trash also comes by hearing.

A Christian should seriously sensor what they listen to for entertainment if they want to grow spiritually.

Yes, a lot of Christians listen to junk, any wonder why we’ve gotten to a point where Christians would be defending a Tasha/Nicki collabo? 

3. There’s nothing new  under the sun, the more reason why Christians should be careful what they listen to is because you eventually get to REPRODUCE it in your life.

I grew up watching Micheal Jackson, I didn’t know how much influence he has on me, until I was doing the moon walk at a church service…

Get my point?

4. If excellence inspires you, you’ll probably be inspired by excellence , even if it’s from a Secular artist…

But like I said before, Secular is Secular for a reason, and what you open your heart to eventually gets to direct your path.

5. We are Christians, they are Secular, but we are also members of the society, and citizens of countries, so, I can do civic duties with an unbeliever; as a matter of fact, I should be able to live peaceably with an unbeliever, and love them even though I don’t approve of their lifestyle, but I should never do ministry with an unbeliever, like snoop dog and Fred Hammond on a gospel song, or a pastor inviting a babalawo to come and teach IFA at a church service.


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