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The Gospel (Good News) is for the lost

The religious "Christians" really mis-portray Christ. It is such a tragic irony. Throughout Christ's life, He drew those who were lost and in darkness. "Gospel Music" comes from a rich heritage because out of pain and suffering during the years of slavery, the heart and soul of the black men and women who cried out to God became such a rich offering of worship that it continues to touch those who are blessed enough to hear their songs of redemption and freedom (in Christ). The fact that Christ Himself associated with sinners speaks volumes of His love and how we are to bring the message of His love to everyone around us (whether through words or music). What a blessing that Gospel Music stands as a voice of testimony to the music industry (and everyone in it). Praise and Worship come from the heart and is judged by God alone. For someone here to give a one-star rating because this someone presumes to judge Karen for her associations in the music industry is pitifully self-righteous (just like the Pharisees judged Jesus). God has not called us to continue in our sin and selfish ways but He has indeed called us to "go forth" and share His love. Christ calls us to 2 commands (of which every other commandment is based): Love God with all your heart, soul, mind and strength. Love others as you would yourself. Love God, Love others. "Judgemental" Christians are the worst people around.... they never really fully realize God's love for themselves enough to love others. The love of God is not afraid of the darkness and sin of the world. Thank God and praise God for His love. This music reflects the vibrance and intimacy of those crying out to the Lord. It will minister to your soul.

Reply to Close but no cigar

I find that when we talk about gospel music and what it should sound like we get into "interpreting" what God has made . Remember some one said the same thing that she said when it came to drums and guitars in the church because it gave God a worldly sound . But God is the same yesterday and forever more that being said the anointing that flows forth from his vessel Karen is just that .  The songs are wonderful and arranged beautifully as her voice flows over them as a lark glides in the air. That truly is a blessed sound .

Another Reply to Close but no Cigar.

We have to remember that we are only messengers. God chooses us to deliver His word, we have no say in who he chooses or when. Yes, I was suprised when I saw this but for all we know, Mrs. Clark-Sheard could have been ministering to Ms. Elliot (since they are on the same label, I suspect that they see much of each other) or Ms. Elliot could have simply been chosen by God to deliver that certain message. I have not heard the song yet, but I suspect that you took one look at that name and passed, what? . . . . Judgement, something we should not be doing as Christians. I may disagree and you may disagree, but what is important is whether He agrees.


Born: November 15, 1960

Genre: Christian & Gospel

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

As a member of the Clark Sisters, Karen Clark-Sheard was part of one of the most popular contempoary gospel groups of the '80s and '90s. She began singing with the group at the age of seven and she stayed with them for years, until she started a solo career in 1997. She was inspired to strike out on her own by producer/songwriter Stanley Brown. He had heard her sing "Don't Give Up" on the Island Inspirational All-Stars with Kirk Franklin, Donald Lawrence and Hezekiah Walker and suggested she work...
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