Last night, my husband and I went out to watch our engineer play in his rock and roll band at a local pub. He plays 70’s and 80’s music which is my era. Listening to the music on the radio on the way there and the music he sang made me realize that a part of the fall in our country’s standards has a lot to do with the glamorization of sin through the music in which we listen. We have become tolerant of sin; not that sin didn’t exist before the music, believe me, it was there, but it wasn’t poured into the heads of children who, as adults, now think it’s okay to commit sin and dismiss it as old-fashioned when past generations are intolerant of it. Most kids don’t listen to the words and sing along with the lyrics, not understanding that they were being programmed to believe that sin is okay.
We wonder why the family dynamics have become decimated over the past fifty-plus years. The master manipulator made sure he had people in place in the government and the music industry to force-feed us the misleading information. Eventually, our families would be torn apart by what we came to believe through music. Make sure you understand that the government, Hollywood, and the music industry are connected. When you open your eyes, you will begin seeing the trap set by Satan. For this reason, it’s hard to teach people to trust Jesus to help them turn away from sin. As a soldier in Christ’s army, we must continue to fight for others to come to know him; he is their only hope.
He is the propitiation for our sins, and not for ours only but also for the sins of the whole world. 1 John 2:2