(music vid) 'I Use the J Word' – DeGarmo & Key – Heat. It. Up. (1993)

They took us off the airwaves
Banned from mtv
For taking our religion
A bit too seriously
They told us we were fascist
Cause we made it clear and plain
That the only trip to heaven
Is through a five letter name

When we use the J word
It drives the world insane
When we use the J word
There’s power in that name
When we use the J word

Let me tell you plain and simple
Let me leave you no doubt
I could never help you
By leaving Jesus out
You say this word’s offensive
To use it is a shame
But there’s no saving power
In any other name

Some say it as a blessing
Some say it as a curse
You can’t deny the power
Of this one supernatural word

Jesus Christ
Jesus Christ
Jesus



I Use the J Word – DeGarmo & Key – Heat. It. Up. (1993)
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Published on Apr 5, 2016
track: 10
title: I Use the J Word
album: Heat. It. Up.
artist: DeGarmo & Key
year: 1993
source: authentic cd rip @ 320kbps MP3
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3 thoughts on “(music vid) 'I Use the J Word' – DeGarmo & Key – Heat. It. Up. (1993)

    1. I listened to half of this. I like some of DeGarmo and Key’s music a lot, like “Boycott Hell” and “The Pledge.”
      It’s not about whether a song has an electric guitar in it or not, it’s about the heart of the musician.
      Most hymns sung in most churches today are spiritually dead, just as are most of the worship services in which there are electrical guitars. Most “worship” today is not in the Spirit or in truth. Most ‘Christian’ musicians aren’t right with God and their neighbors, like Paul said he always was (Acts 24:16).
      Some of my favorite worship songs have a lot of repetition, like what is sung at God’s throne: “Holy, Holy, Holy….”
      Two worship leaders can lead the same song. One will be anointed, the other not. Most are not. Most worship leaders are willfully sinning just like the pastors and the rest of the people are.
      Christian record companies were bought out by the Talmudists, who don’t want anointed, close-to-God musicians.
      I love electric guitar in some of the Vineyard songs from the late-’80s.
      Music should motivate us towards something good, or against something evil.
      Most music today in almost all genres does not do that, including most ‘Christian’ music and hymn singing.
      Musicians need to be holy, first and foremost. Then what comes out of their guitars, including electric will be Holy Spirit anointed.
      jeff

      1. “It’s not about whether a song has an electric guitar in it or not, it’s about the heart of the musician.”
        “God only looks at the heart” from (1st Samuel 16:7) is one of the most misused, misunderstood, and misapplied scripture by preachers, church members and people. God looks at the heart (vs.man looks at the outer appearance) is a falsehood that’s not only used to excuse personal disobedience, but also a lie used to discredit true holiness teaching by misusing 1st Samuel 16:7.
        I cannot imagine God God looking at the heart, while plugging his ears.
        “Musicians need to be holy, first and foremost. Then what comes out of their guitars, including electric will be Holy Spirit anointed.”
        Who can bring a clean thing out of an unclean? not one” (Job 14:4)
        “…what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?” (2Co 6:14)
        Holy musicians will keep themselves from unholy music. That’s the kind of heart God is looking for.

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