Saturday, October 31, 2015

Witchcraft Denoted In Popular Christian Song -- Oceans (Where Feet May Fail)

For anyone whose ever sung this popular church circuit praise song, Oceans (Where Feet May Fail), as a former musician, singer and songwriter I can tell you the composition deliberately excludes using Jesus' name. Many Christians believe Oceans is an awesome song but for me whenever they played it at church it really revealed itself  as being written from a deceptive spirit of witchcraft.

There are many issues in Oceans that put up red flags of spiritual danger.  For instance, there was a perfect area for the songwriter to add Jesus' name in the chorus melody such as "and I will call upon your name. . . ("Je-sus!") that the songwriter left as dead space that made no sense. Since the chorus of a song is meant to have the most praise climax, this lyric clearly should have used Jesus' name. In my humble opinion, this song's a good example of how Satan operates below the radar with the subconscious mind for Christians not to notice their exclusion of Jesus' name in praise songs through witchcraft of this nature.

There are many more examples I'd like to point out such as the lyric's bridge section.

Spiritually dangerous lyrics: "Spirit lead me where my heart is without borders. . ."
(Astral projection perhaps?) 
But what spirit to lead?  Why not sing "Holy spirit lead me or "Jesus lead me. . .?"
The human heart is also inherently wicked according to Jeremiah 17:9.

In Oceans, I also noted a haunting dead spirit musically, that of witchcraft coupled with a dark spirit of guilt. The song has an overwhelming feel of it being written for mind control and in order to exclude the name of Jesus while singing phrases such as "I am yours and you are mine, oh oh oh oh".  Typical of a witch to speak with such domination of another I might add.  Could the demonic principality Jezebel be lurking behind the spirit of this song attempting to possess naive Christians who sing it in chorus all across America every Sunday?  For instance, the lyricist could have easily used the lyric, "I'm the Lord's and the Lord God's mine forever more. . .".

In other words, Oceans isn't a genuine Christian praise song though it's forced through praise bands as a standard Christian song in their repertoire.   In view of these facts, I believe a witch wrote this song with great deception deliberately removing genuine references to God and Jesus' name.

Many Christians just presume their church will provide them with real Christian praise songs evaluating each one for any deception.  I've heard Oceans performed at  Reality Church and Journey Church both in San Francisco where I recognized as having the fruit of witchcraft. If you've sung this song in your church, repentance is highly recommended based on 1 Thessalonians 5:22 to "Abstain from the appearance of evil" singing such a travesty lyric especially.

I strongly advise the removal of Oceans (Where Feet May Fail) as well as repenting from church praise bands performing it unless the name Jesus is added and references to "I am yours, and you are mine" being replaced with the Lord's name as in other areas of the song I've denoted here.  Otherwise this is likely the work of a Jezebel spirit song full of deception opening a spiritual door to channeling the demonic spirits into the Church.
For it is time for judgment to begin with the household of God; and if it begins with us first, what will be the outcome for those who do not obey the gospel of God? 18AND IF IT IS WITH DIFFICULTY THAT THE RIGHTEOUS IS SAVED, WHAT WILL BECOME OF THE GODLESS MAN AND THE SINNER? 1 Peter 4:17-18
The Whole Armor of God
10 Finally, ebe strong in the Lord and in fthe strength of his might. 11 gPut on hthe whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against ithe schemes of the devil. 12 For jwe do not wrestle against flesh and blood, but against kthe rulers, against the authorities, againstl the cosmic powers over mthis present darkness, against nthe spiritual forces of evil oin the heavenly places. 13 Therefore ptake up the whole armor of God, that you may be able to withstand in qthe evil day, and having done all, to stand firm. 14 Stand therefore, rhaving fastened on the belt of truth, and shaving put on the breastplate of righteousness, 15 and,tas shoes for your feet, having put on the readiness given by the gospel of peace. 16 In all circumstances take up uthe shield of faith, with which you can extinguish all vthe flaming darts of wthe evil one; 17 and take sthe helmet of salvation, and xthe sword of the Spirit, which is the word of God, 18 praying yat all times zin the Spirit, awith all prayer and supplication. To that end bkeep alert with all perseverance, making csupplication for all the saints, -Ephesians 6:10-18