SOME OLD SCHOOL GOSPEL SONG LYRICS THAT SOUND GOOD BUT AREN’T BIBLICALLY SOUND…

BE BLESSTIFIED!

wp-1490208051921.jpg Sing praises with understanding. (Psalm 47:7)

I struggled about publishing this post because I know how much we love our old school Gospel songs. And, yes they ARE GOOD SONGS, but some contain some lyrics that aren’t completely aligned with scripture. Okay, I already know this may upset some people, but God wants us to speak the truth.

There are some old school Gospel songs that we love…that encourage us…that we sing in worship, but they contain some lyrics that aren’t biblically sound.

These particularsongs are more common in some church cultures than others, but I persuaded to believe that all church cultures have them.

We’ve heard our parents and grandparents sing them…

Yes, they make us feel good…

Yes, they we enjoy them…

Yes, those who wrote them were anointed…

This isn’t to diminish the anointing of the song writer(s), but to remind us that when we are using…

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6 responses to “SOME OLD SCHOOL GOSPEL SONG LYRICS THAT SOUND GOOD BUT AREN’T BIBLICALLY SOUND…

  1. I did NOT know the following: Stepped in the furnace, a long time ago…Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego.” #TroubleInMyWay

    What’s wrong with that? Well, those were Babylonian names given to Hananiah, Azariah and Mishael by Nebuchadnezzar. Those names honored Babylonians gods (for example, Abednego means servant of Nego, a pagan god) and we’ve thrown them right in the middle of a Gospel song.

    Hmmmmm! Interesting! I have missed this some where along the line.

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    • Well, I’m thinking this one does go a bit far. I thought he was going to mention that Shadrach, Meshach and Abednego didn’t step in to the fiery furnace but were tossed in! LOL! But, really, the Bible does refer to them by these names, too. Daniel 3:16 Other than that, it is a heads up concerning song lyrics.

      God bless you! \o/

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