Good grief. Had to stop at the end of the song (about 30 minutes in), with much forwarding. So far it’s been a half hour about anxiety and worry and burdens - heavy, boring, depressingly blah (nothing new there), with the magic Jah making everything better. And a heavy emphasis for unburdening yourself to others.
And then we get to a professionally recorded version of a song, somewhere around 5 minutes song (much longer than a kingdom song of praise to the grand pooba!) about take good care, pray to Jehovah, you’re not alone, he’s always there, blah blah.
But you know, somebody had to take some music lessons somewhere along the way or had to pursue a talent to this degree. Is that putting the kingdom first? How would that be viewed by others - using valuable kingdom resources (one’s own money) to perhaps pay for music lessons and investing all that time in music practice?
(Jut like becoming a doctor or such... tsk, tsk! - oh, but maybe it’s okay if you can be a doctor at Bethel, but nowhere else! God forbid you might have to do something for a *worldly* person!)
They are so hypocritical they make me sick!!