n Sunday, February 6th, Sam Smith and Kim Petras performed their song “Unholy” at the 65th Grammy Awards display that was quite obviously demonic.
Smith wore red leather pants and high-heeled boots while he and Petras’ sang their #1 charting song. Petras sang from inside a cage set in the middle of a burning stage. Dancers dressed as demons. At the end of the song, Smith wore a top hat with horns while dancers rubbed their hands up and down his body.
Sam Smith came out as gay to the world in 2014, changed to genderqueer in 2017, and came out as non-binary 2019.
Church Leaders Respond To Demonic Grammy Performance
Turning Point USA chief creative officer Benny Johnson called the performance “full-on Satan worship.” Prestonwood Baptist pastor Jack Graham warned: “Our culture has put the worship of Satan front and center as entertainment as recently as Sunday night. We must not open the door to these demonic influences. This is a slippery slope.”
“A final word: Be strong in the Lord and in his mighty power. Put on all of God’s armor so that you will be able to stand firm against all strategies of the devil. For we are not fighting against flesh-and-blood enemies, but against evil rulers and authorities of the unseen world, against mighty powers in this dark world, and against evil spirits in the heavenly places.”
Ephesians 6:10-12 NLT
Sean Feucht Response To Sam Smith and Kim Petras
Worship leader and songwriter Sean Feucht (Let Us Worship) told ChurchLeaders that the Grammy performance was demonic, adding, “This full demonic agenda is being exposed, it’s out in the open, and it’s even being celebrated.” “We are seeing the worst filth, demonic, pornographic, perverted songs,” Feucht said. “What frustrates me is that we do not see enough believers in the industry speaking out against it…We see people almost embracing the affection of the world.” Feucht reminded Christians that we aren’t “following the Word of the Lord” when we become “friends with the world.” Christians must “resist the devil” so he will flee from them (James 4:7). And he isn’t wrong. There were many Christian artists in the audience that evening, as well. Not one that we know of walked out or took that opportunity to speak the truth. It speaks volumes and is sad more than anything. Sean posted this to his Facebook earlier this evening:
“Where are the Shadrach, Meschach & Abednego’s that will refuse to bow to the gods of this age when the music plays? We need Daniel chapter 3 type courage right now from creatives, musicians and artists.”
Rise up, Christians. You were born to change the world.
“For the Kingdom of God is not just a lot of talk; it is living by God’s power.” 1 Corinthians 4:20 NLT
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