How are y’all doing this morning? Are we ready to worship the Lord in music today? Can I hear an “Amen”? God is Good? All the Time!
Let’s lift our voices in praise to God, and put our hands together for Eric Carpenter at Pilgrim’s Progress who posted this hilarious video on his blog:
This guy is right on! Though I noticed in this sample song at the end there that he forgot to sing about fire…
I have complained about Christian music before, but one thing I have noticed in recent years is what this guy points out — Christian contemporary music all sounds so similar!
One little game my wife and I occasionally play in the car as we drive around is “Pick out the Christian Music Station.” We repeatedly hit the “seek” button on the radio in the car, and every time it lands on a station, we see which one of us can most quickly determine whether a station is “Christian” or “secular.” We can usually nail the “Christian” station within less than one second of music. It all has the same tempo, the same chords, the same rhythm, the same vocals, the same everything.
Whatever happened to creativity?!
Anyway, I am not trying to bash Christian music. It helps a lot of people prepare their hearts and minds for prayer and Bible Study. In some ways, Christian music is a form of prayer, I suppose. For me, however, I have been finding more truth, reality, and significance in secular music.