Strange fire!

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Feb 032018

“Be filled with the Spirit, speaking to one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody with your heart to the Lord” (Ephesians 5:18, 19).

How pathetically unaware we are of the biblical prominence of music in the spiritual realm.
It is interesting to note that whenever the evil spirit came upon King Saul-
David (the heir apparent to Israel’s throne) would play his harp and the evil spirit would depart.1 Samuel 16:23.
During the reign of David-
– more than 4000 musicians were assigned to sing in the temple night and day (1 Chronicles 9:33, 23:5).

When Elisha was about to inquire of God, he said, “‘Now bring me a minstrel.’
And it came about, when the minstrel played, that the hand of the LORD came upon him” (2 Kings 3:15).
It is the mark of Spirit-filled Christians to sing and make melody in their hearts to the Lord-
– and speak to each other in psalms, hymns and spiritual songs (Ephesians 5:18, 19).

On the other side of the truth-
– lies the destructive power of secular music!

A former satanic priest showed numerous symbols on popular record albums indicating commitment and bondage to Satanism.
He told that about 85 percent of today’s heavy metal and punk music groups are “owned” by Satanists.

They have unwittingly sold themselves to Satanism-
– in exchange for fame and fortune.

Few of these artists actually practice Satanism.
But most are hopelessly lost and lead others astray through the godless message in their music.

That kind of music is pervading our churches today!
In the name of praise and worship they rock n roll worship services!

Cults are busy at breaking the churches introducing-
– cunning doctrines,
– and funny dances!

Be careful about bringing “strange fire” into the house of God! (Leviticus.10:1-2).

God created sound and formed our bodies to respond to it.
Our ears pick up the sound around us and send a signal to the brain.
Some sounds irritate us.
Others makes us dizzy.
What role does music play in your life?
Are you filling your mind and home with psalms, hymns and spiritual songs?
Or are you allowing destructive secular music to rob you of your joy and vitality in the Lord?