Hillsong recently uploaded an erotic video which was filmed at their Christmas Carols event in London. The video was shameful and featured a half naked women dancing on the stage. The women was dressed like a prostitute while dancing half naked on the stage.
The Scriptures are clear when it come to modesty and womens clothing. The bible says that women are to dress modestly (1 Timothy 2:9), and modesty is to be understood by what the original writer and hearers considered modest. They way most women in Hillsong dress these days is the way prostitutes dressed in the days of the bible. They pile on makeup, dress in erotic clothing and decorate themselves they way prostitutes would in bible times. I hope Hillsong repents of their sin and all their false doctrine and sinful practices.
The following video is wrong on so many levels.
Aesthetically, it’s just weird, confusing and embarrassing.
Hillsong Music Director: “Hey everybody, I’ve got a great idea! Let’s take the beloved and peaceful Christmas hymn ‘Silent Night’ and turn it into a loud, obnoxious, roaring twenties style, Las Vegas big-band production! You know, kinda like Christmas in a whorehouse! What’ya think?!”
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But beyond the ridiculous nature of this one particular song/video there’s the more serious problem that this “thing” claims to be the church…
Hillsong leads the way when it comes to “churches” featuring worldly, gigantic and expensive spectacles to attract a large audience. They are laughing all the way to the bank, too, as this global empire continues to gobble up followers around the world.
Closing thoughts: For those of you who say “but this was a performance at a special concert event-this wasn’t an actual worship service; you need to see this in it’s proper context…” Here’s a question; why would a “church” have an event/concert with moral guidelines that are different from the moral guidelines that govern a worship service? Why be “a little more like the world” to attract people to a spectacle (like this video) and then “re-adjust” things for a Sunday morning service? If this video is supposed to be sleazy on purpose to somehow try and teach a lesson, Hillsong doesn’t mention it anywhere-and this is from their own YouTube channel. It seems that this is just a very obnoxious version of Silent Night to grab the attention of the crowd.
Note: A few hours after we posted this video, it was “made private” by Hillsong.