Christian Music Is A Praise To God!
I personally like Christian music because it has a way of encouraging and inspire me with the words, and I find that Christian music influences and points me in good ways of thinking and feeling. That is the way that I want myself to be in, not negative, ungodly music about sex, violence, drugs, and alcohol, etc.
If secular music goes against the standard of Philippians 4:8, which often promotes immorality and violence at the same time ridicules purity and godly integrity. Songs that glorify what opposes God, a Christian ought not to listen to, even though it may sound good to them, or they have been raised on listening to that type of music. God’s will not our will be done.
I still enjoy other types of music from time to time such as Kansas, Supertramp, Crosby Stills Nash and Young, Beatles, Bob Marley, etc. But I have found that Christian music is the best for my soul and what I want out of my life. I have heard it said that we ought to guard our eye gates, and our ear gates because the things we see and the things we hear influence how we live our lives. ~ Bill Greguska
Here are some helpful links:
- Can a Christian listen to secular music?
- Can backmasking hid in a song be spiritually dangerous?
- Is the rock opera Jesus Christ Superstar biblical?
- What does the Bible say about music?
- When can music be considered ‘Christian music’?
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Kelsey Krause is an up and coming Christian artist who sings like an angel and also plays keyboard and guitar. You will love to hear her perform and sing unto the Lord! ~ Bill Greguska
James 5:13 Is anyone among you in trouble? Let them pray. Is anyone happy? Let them sing songs of praise.
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In the West, the majority of Christian denominations use instruments such as an organ, piano, electronic keyboard, guitar, or other accompaniment, and occasionally by a band or orchestra, to accompany the singing. But some churches have historically not used instruments, citing their absence from the New Testament. During the last century or so several of these groups have revised this stance.
The singing of the Eastern Orthodox is also generally unaccompanied, though in the United States organs are sometimes used as a result of Western influence.
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Some worship music may be unsung, solely instrumental. During the Baroque period in Europe, the chorale prelude (for organ) was widely used, generally composed by using a popular hymn tune thematically, and a wide corpus of other solo organ music began to develop across Europe.
Contemporary Christian Music
From the latter half of the 20th century to the present day in Western Christendom, especially in the United States and in other countries with evangelical churches. Various genres of music originally often related to pop rock, have been created under the label of Contemporary Christian Music “CCM” for home-listening and concert use.
Called Christian pop or gospel in a generalized form, this is a relatively new musical movement and has now evolved into a large number of musical genres by region that comes in a Christian context. This movement appeared as a form of evangelization for the young, but the style is best known and seen in the Evangelical or Protestant proselytizing movements, often using rhythms similar to those in secular music.
*Some of the above information is from Wikipedia
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