Music industry sinks further into hell with satanic performance at Grammys [VIDEO]

Like you, I didn’t watch the Grammys last night because…well why would I?

But today we are hearing about a satanic performance by a gay man and a transgender woman.

Last night the audience at the Grammys, filled with the most popular celebrity musicians, cheered Sam Smith and Kim Petra as they sang their song ‘Unholy’.

Both Smith and Petra won an award for their song ‘Unholy’ and Petra accepted the award. Petra reveled in being the first ‘transgender female’ to win such an award at the Grammys.

Not only was the performance satanic, replete with fire in the background simulating hell, but the lyrics to the song are all about a father having gay sex while his wife doesn’t know.

“Mummy don’t know daddy’s getting hot at the body shop, doing something unholy…”

Yes, that’s the main line of the chorus. The whole thing, performance and all is horrifically evil. It’s an affront to God. These music celebrities are celebrating Satan and all of his depravity, whether they believe in him or not.

Here’s what Ben Shaprio had to say about it this morning:

This is rather insightful because, as you well know, the great sin in the Garden of Eden was the birth of self. This is why God calls us to a very ‘selfless’ life, whether it be in caring for the less fortunate or restraining ourselves from the pleasures of this world. Living a ‘selfless’ life helps us to put our attention on God rather than the pleasures of this world. Which is exactly what Jesus did with His life, crucifixion and death – by far the greatest selfless act ever.

This stands in absolute contradiction to those at the Grammys last night, who are so consumed with self that they’ve turned everything upside down and inside out. They believe they are the moral ones in our society and that we Christians are perverse and abominable.

All I pray is that God would have mercy on their souls, because that is the only thing that can save them.

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