Secular Music and The Church

I used to listen to those songs on the secular scene
now crossed over to the Christian radio stations.

The people love their remixes only changing up
specific words to pretty up the message;
they call it keeping it sanctified, or whatever.
The congregation has been piggybacking
off of the popularity to bring in the young crowd,
high expectations to keep them attracted and entertained

I don’t know who “he” or “him” is,
these songs could be about anything or nothing at all.
Welcome to the new world order;
both are working well together to satisfy the other party.

The devil goes to mass too, and I’m sure
he does not miss a day to motivate the people.

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