Don’t forget to check out their CD on the back table!
Full Disclosure: I actually knew these two singers back many, many years ago when their family were missionaries to Papua New Guinea. Their singing family act back then was typical of the kinds of on-demand performances that missionaries would be expected to put on while raising money on “deputation.” I’m a bit surprised to find them still on tour.
Did anybody else have 1 Corinthians 14:8 pop into their head about six measures into this?
On a side note, I’d bet a shiny nickle that the substitution of “God” for “He” in the title is an intentional effort to be anti-CCM.
For the uninitiated, one of the big complaints about contemporary songs is that they often use pronouns instead of names for God, leaving the object of the song ambiguous. As one person put it: “We could be just as easily be singing about Satan.”
And really, with all those drums and guitars and sliding tones it’s actually pretty likely that Satan is in the mix somewhere.
Is this parody or a serious replacement of Jesus with man-made standards?
Plenty of fundies are liking this one on Facebook so at least some people apparently think this is for real.
It seemed like there were always a few churches as we traveled that took the time to sing Happy Birthday to those who recently had one — and then added a special second verse with a little soulwinning buried in it.
I hope you all had a wonderful Easter. You’ll need it to get through 15 minutes of Danny Castle screaming about how rock music causes school shootings…