Gospel Music: Singing Connects Me To God + Watch Out For Fake Christians

I used to sing gospel songs when I was growing up in Maryland. Singing was my favorite part of church, tears would come during worship service because I felt the words in my heart. There’s something that’s very healing about singing, I think it vibrates euphoria inside of you. When I came to the SF Bay Area I was 22, I was still a Christian then—I actually got kicked out of the place that I was couch surfing at because one morning I was sitting on the front porch singing gospels. The psychotic female art professor that I was briefly staying with, made me leave her house almost immediately afterwards. I’ll tell you that story someday.

I recently found this gospel video linked below and when I started singing, a flood of tears came. Tears of nostalgia, love and forgiveness from God blessed my heart. I thought of my beautiful mom who faithfully prayed for me, she’s in heaven now and I know she’s so relieved that I returned home to God. I love you Uhmah, (Uhmah is Mom in korean). I wish I had called my mom Uhmah as a form of respect, while she was still alive. I was such an Americanized fool. I have so many regrets. My Uhmah and my Christian family never rejected me—no matter how stupid I was, or how long I went away from them and God. My heart hurts in a good way, knowing that I’m finally on the right path, cathartic tears of grace.

Thank you God for loving me with such patience. I will not stray again. God is my shelter, God is my hope and home 💖🙏✝️. Tracks 8-10 are the songs that I knew from my childhood. My mom loved to sing, she had a powerful and lovely, operatic voice. I can hear her in my mind—smiling from deep within. The light of love shined in her eyes and joy filled our house every time she sang. I miss my mom so much but I’m grateful that she’s free of the pain of cancer and the trials of this world. She was our living angel on earth.

I’ve been sad that I can’t enjoy pop music anymore. I sometimes will listen to an 80’s new wave song on YouTube just for the nostalgia but my perception of the music has changed drastically, (it’s all demonically influenced—especially the new groups, they don’t even try to hide that they’re satanists) but I forgot that there’s Christian music that’s safe to listen to. But there are fake church bands and preachers too…even Justin Bieber pretended to be Christian with Marilyn Manson and Kanye (Yezus) West. https://thenewsglory.com/justin-bieber-and-marilyn-manson-participated-in-kanye-wests-religious-services/

Manson, Bieber and West—I don’t believe they’re born-again at all. What’s with the white clothing? They’re embarrassing themselves with their stereotypes of what Christians are. I’ve never been to a Christian service where we had to wear white cloaks! Such bs. It’s just another ploy to mislead naive people into their false teachings. I include Hillsong as false teachers right along with them. It’s a crazy, fallen world we live in, with many false idols and spiritual traps.

I like that there’s so many different genres of gospel music. I researched on YouTube and found this collection of songs, Real gospel music:

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  1. I have many beautiful memories of church singing. When I was 16, I was in our church choir and we travelled to different church’s and sang at revivals. Later, I built a house in a tiny town that had an old country black church across the street. On Sunday, I sat on my front porch and listened to the fiery preacher’s sermon punctuated with heart felt amens. Their choir sang so beautifully, I felt a kinship with them. And finally, when I was accepted in the Korean community, music was an integral part of worship and not only did they bring superior talent to play the piano and instruments, they sang with their heart and soul captivating me and filling me with the joy of their bond and fellowship. Music is the language of the cosmos and God. To worship the deadly sins of humanity in song is to sell one’s soul to Mephistopheles and he always collects his debts. And if we look across the horizon of our world we see a vast Army of debt collectors working tirelessly to reap the souls whose debt is due.

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    1. God is so brilliant, music is powerful. I think it’s sad that humans took a beautiful thing like music just to corrupt with it. I’m interested in Cymatics, the science and art of music. It makes sense that plants thrive with classical music and they die with heavy metal played around them.

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      1. Any music that follows the natural rhythms and vibrations of matter and of the human body amplifies our connection to the natural world and our internal rhythms. When we are assaulted by vibrations outside our natural rhythms our bodies and living things are induced into stress and it interferes with our brain waves so vital to life and balance of our consciousness. One of my theories of the mass hysteria and insanity we face is because we are assaulted all day long by powerful waveforms where most are outside the normal hearing range. Like cell phone signals causing cancer.

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      2. 5G is going to make a lot of CEOs, politicians, and Generals sterile and then it will get some proper attention.

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      3. Just keep your phone out of any pockets and use speaker phone when using phone functions when possible. Internet use is lower powered than phone use. That will keep you a safe distance from the power and frequencies generated during use.

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      4. Hi Judy, if your headaches continue or recur often, go get checked out. Headaches are mainly caused by the body’s reaction to many kinds of stresses that result in brain inflammation, which is easily treated. However, if headaches last more than ten days or recur often then the problem could be chronic and needs a medical diagnosis and treatment. 5G frequencies combined with other signals can create a more powerful frequency and spin off many more frequencies that can have an affect on the human body. For this reason, it’s a good idea to play it safe if you are having problems that are enough to affect your quality of life. Take care of you. 🤗

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      5. Thank you, Dan 💖, it’s gotten better. I think it was dehydration, it’s been a month of 100 degree weather in TX and the stress didn’t help! I do feel weird electrical buzzing/heat from my iphone/iPad and my tv remotes though that I think are 5G related. Time to get shielding gloves?! Do they exist? 😦

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      6. I lived in Killeen Texas for a few years and remember how much it convinced me to either stay inside of go swimming and just stand in the water up to my chin. 🥵☀️. You can buy fine metal gloves on Amazon used for hand protection while carving wood or cleaning fish. The glove would act like a Faraday cage protecting your hand from all radio frequency and microwave emissions. They aren’t expensive.

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      7. Texas is insanely hot, how can people bbq in this heat? I want to move to an apt with a pool and I could finally get a dog. Great idea, I’m going to look into that, a makeshift faraday glove!

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      8. Apartment with pool. Yessssss! I lived on post at Fort Hood and they had 3 pools. I would go to the pool with the kids, stop at the Burger King on post and then go home and clean up to go to the movies for $1.00 each. And, I hadn’t driven but 1 mile for all of it. It was so hot we loved finishing out the day at the highly refrigerated theater. The girls were little then and they slept like little angels after all that. 😇

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    1. I’m glad you liked the links :). Hymns are very beautiful to me, a whole different time. That’s wonderful that you played hymns for your dad, the music is very uplifting. My father’s favorite hymn is Amazing Grace, I love that song also.

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      1. I asked in a Christian store about ten years ago or so what group do they recommend that uses bible verses extensively in the music. They answered they all do. They don’t. I don’t mind listening to some of the newer music at times, but my stand bys are hymns and older church music. There are ways they could weave in verses into the songs.

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      2. I agree some of the new “Christian music” isn’t really Christian. The idea of heavy metal Christian music is especially strange. I like how old hymns often had the Bible verses as lyrics too.

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