Adventists Introduce the Worldly Coffin Dance and Song into the Church



Our churches are being reduced to a dance show as our people are mimicking the world’s customs. We want to embrace everything the world perceives to be fun and exciting and incorporate it into our church services. There are several videos circulating on YouTube that depict the famous funeral pallbearers from Ghana, Africa, and their worldly dancing. These videos have literally generated hundreds of millions of views online as this coffin dancing has gone viral.

This is who Seventh-day Adventist youth in Brazil are trying to imitate. Adventists play the exact same dance song, wave the same handkerchiefs, and act like clowns. As seen in a video on Facebook, the same blaring dance music that is played in dance clubs was being played on the sound systems of the church inside the temple.

Even more disturbing is the audience’s joy and applause as they scream at the start of the coffin dance at the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The holiness, reverence, and awe that are supposed to exist in our houses of worship have been replaced by worldly dance and secular music. Welcome to the future. This is what some envision for our young people. You can’t put all the blame on the young people. Church officials are also responsible. They allow and tolerate this. #sda #adventist #adventista

Click to see the coffin dance video inside the Adventist Church: http://adventmessenger.org/adventists-introduce-the-worldly-coffin-dance-and-song-into-the-church/

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