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Posted 1/28/16 , edited 1/28/16
this are some fear i got and people who are kinda forcing me this to believe it more in pop culture or catholic and other churches is this real things or fake story's so i stop playing music as one of my hobby's

the problems that are bugging me and need a deep talk

here what people and the bible books what they said about and answers

Posted 1/28/16 , edited 1/28/16
Wow, that's a lot of videos but from the look of them they seem to be about the influence of satan over the world.
The devil is real and the Bible tells us that

Be of sober spirit, be on the alert. Your adversary, the devil, prowls around like a roaring lion, seeking someone to devour. 1 Peter 5:8


The Lord will rescue me from every evil deed, and will bring me safely to His heavenly kingdom; to Him be the glory forever and ever. Amen. 2 Timothy 4:18

Music isn't evil as it can be used to glorify the Lord and even secular music can be good.
Continue with your music and thank God for giving you such a wonderful gift.

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Posted 6/15/16 , edited 8/17/16
God loves art. God loves music. God loves poetry. God loves beauty.

The first words of the Bible are about God creating something beautiful. Basic Christian doctrine tells us that every person is created in the image of God, and thus, each of us share the creative impulse, and there is nothing inherently wrong or sinful about that impulse.

Often Christians dismiss certain forms of art because they are unable to separate form from content. No style of music is inherently sinful. No form of art is inherently evil. Content, though, should be critically considered. Does the work of art uphold values contrary to biblical values as values to be embraced or perpetuated? Do evil acts lead to consequences? Does the work encourage people to be more crass, more selfish, more less empathetic? Content can have a moral component, but form? I don't think so. That's a tough argument to make coherently, I think.
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