|The other side says||My response|
There's no mistaking the new age/satanic influence of the group Earth, Wind and Fire. They blatantly flaunt occult symbolism, such as the all-seeing eye of Horus, zodiac signs, pyramids, hexagrams, the Egyptian ankh, and many more on their albums. To show the ultimate blasphemy, they even name one of their albums "I AM" a name reserved for God! The album "I AM" has a cross of Christ in the center with an embryo and an old man in the center with a temple in the foreground. Their song "Serpentine Fire" is based on the new age teachings found in Shah Kriza Yogi Meditation Cult.
Surely "goody-goody" CCM's "Point of Grace" wouldn't sing ANYTHING by "new-age-occultic" Earth, Wind and Fire"?
OH YES THEY WOULD!
On Point of Grace's album "Life, Love and Other Mysteries" is "Sing A Song" by Earth, Wind and Fire". The writer of "Sing A Song" is Maurice White a life-long Buddhist!
Who are you writing about in your first paragraph? EARTH WIND, AND FIRE, Not Point of Grace. Therefore it is totally irrelevant to any discussion of Point of Grace.
OK, you are trying to make Point of Grace Guilty by Association. Here are the lyrics to that dangerous New Age song "Sing a Song":
It sounds pretty innocent to me, I just don't see any deep New Age doctrine in there. That's because it JUST ISN'T THERE! One more time - know your material before embarrasing yourself! Oh - but it doesn't talk about Jesus and because it was written by an evil man - the song itself is evil - NONSENSE!!!!!! Point of Grace just recorded a song they liked, that is all.
Which would you rather have your youth group listening to - the "Spice Girls" or the "Nice Girls"?!