Liberals can try to get rid of Jesus, but God just showed them who’s REALLY in charge in the most amazing way.
When Carrie Underwood released “Jesus Take the Wheel” as her first single after winning American Idol, she challenged the secular agenda with a force they had yet to experience.
At the time of Carrie’s American Idol victory, Jesus was not a popular thing to talk about on TV — let alone sing an entire song about.
However, the Country-Christian song became a crossover hit, winning Grammys for Best Female Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song, and has sold 2.5 million copies in the U.S. alone as of today.
“If you remain in Me, and My words remain in you, ask whatever you wish, and it will be done for you.” – John 15:7
Despite the criticism she received for being so outspoken about her Christian faith, Carrie continued praising Jesus in front of millions.
It’s been over a decade since Carrie released her “controversial” song about Jesus, and after looking at how much reality competition shows have changed since then — it’s clear that no matter how hard mainstream media tries to advance the secular agenda, the light of Jesus will never be overshadowed with Satan’s darkness.
For example, it was a HUGE deal when American Idol’s final 8 contestants even sang one of the popular Christian song, “Shout to the Lord,” in 2008. It truly was a historical moment to watch these talented individuals declare Jesus as our Savior on one of the most popular TV shows of all time.
When I listened to the lyrics of this song, it was clear that God was using these American Idol contestants in an extraordinary way:
“My Jesus, My Savior,
Lord, there is none like You;
All of my days
I want to praise
The wonders of Your mighty love.
My comfort, my shelter,
Tower of refuge and strength;
Let every breath, all that I am
Never cease to worship You.
Shout to the Lord, all the earth,
Let us sing
Power and majesty, praise to the King;
Mountains bow down and the seas will roar
At the sound of Your name.
I sing for joy at the work of Your hands,
Forever I’ll love You, forever I’ll stand,
Nothing compares to the promise I have in You.”
That performance was just the beginning of Christians praising Jesus on TV — no matter how much TV networks threatened them…
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