Here at AT2W, time and time again, we have informed you of God’s warning for the church. We did not want to go back and bring a report that was settled in court, but a tipster sent us this link that revealed Moss thinking of himself as a sex symbol who never made any apologies to the body of Christ for doing so. Why should he? Simply, because there are no sex symbols, there should not be any in the body of Christ and it should have never been discussed. Moss and a host of others should be more of an example than stooping down to a worldly status as a sex symbol. His past narcissistic thoughts of himself has caused extreme carnality since his interview in 2009. Although, the church has already been carnal and many gospel artists have not conducted themselves in a holy fashion, according to God’s Word for many years, God did not need anymore distraction with followers and fans of J. Moss to also be conceded to think of themselves as sex symbols. We may have heard interviews about his past affair and his alleged claim of being a gospel music artist who drew fans through sexual attraction during his performances, but we did not hear of him making an apology of being a negative example to our youth, fathers and even ministers who may admire him.
If you are a carnal person, you may still ask why? For several decades, we have had irresponsible African American men within the body of Christ and to drag the image of a sex symbol in a so-call holy industry (or what should be holy) should have never been allowed. When fans look up to these gospel artists, instead of seeking God’s Kingdom, they began to follow their patterns of lifestyle, even if it is unholy and we do not like that and neither does God. In this age, we do not need anymore copycats of adultery. We do not need fans looking at not only J. Moss, but also Tye Tribett or whomever else comes out with a confession that they were unfaithful to their spouses. We need more confessions of God’s deliverance and we when doing so, there needs to be a change in the way one carries themselves as a messenger for Christ, whether you be a gospel artist or even a preacher in the pulpit. When a person looks at you or even hears the way you speak, there ought to be a difference. Too many souls are thinking they are saved while struggling to be like gospel artists and not like Jesus Christ and they are losing their souls, daily. Too many souls are ceasing this earth without really serving God. Sadly, descendents of black men have carried on like their forefathers of desiring to be idolized while impregnating women and expecting to be respected as men of God. It needs to stop in this century, because in God’s Word, we have not read were sexuality was ever used to attract souls for the gospel of Jesus Christ. If sexual misconduct has been a problem in the world of gospel music and has not gotten better even after Moss’ confession, according to this article, then we no longer the gospel music industry causing a distraction in God’s Kingdom. We desire for the whole entire industry to become obsolete, to permanently ceased, so that those who serve God will serve Him and Spirit and in Truth and it would be so nice for God to be the only one idolized by the body of Christ and no man or woman. Furthermore, if that is what it takes for J. Moss to bring in over $50 grand a month as a gospel artist, then it is not worth it to be revealed as a sexual image in the gospel music industry and this goes for other gospel artists who have been earning that same sort of cash flow performing the same way before fans.
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