Dolly Parton, a legendary country music star, slammed Satanism and stood up for her strong Christian beliefs in a shocking attack on society’s falling religiosity.
Parton criticized Satanism right before a powerful performance of her hit song “Go to Hell.”
“I’m here to tell you, my brothers and sisters, that Satan is real. Parton said, “He is real and walks among us, trying to destroy everything that is good and beautiful.”
“He wants to break our hearts and minds and destroy our plans and dreams.
He wants to break us down and send us straight to hell.
Parton then added, “Oh my God can do anything. My God can heal the sick, fix broken hearts, and take our souls to heaven. So, Satan, listen up! In the name of God, I tell you to stop. In his name, I stand up, look you in the eye, and laugh in your face.”
As The DC Enquirer so eloquently put it, this moving moment was a “sight for sore eyes” after seeing Christianity and its values attacked over and over again.
The same God who brought His Son Christ Jesus back from the dead works in the hearts and minds of believers to bring them to the blessed hope of eternal life. Satan is a defeated enemy whose days are coming to an end.
How could he even try to fight such a powerful God? “The fight is over, the battle is won, and life has won.”
In fact, it is a very nice thing to see. In recent years, it has become less popular to show how religious you are in public. It makes sense, since widespread secularism goes against the ideas that made the United States what it is today.
But Americans who are proud of their country know what role religion should and should not play in public life. Christianity is a big part of American culture, and ignoring it would mean ignoring our sacred history as Americans. The founders of the United States did not set up a country without Christian values.
Dolly Parton hasn’t always talked about her faith in public, but at the 2019 Grammys, she did so because her song “God Only Knows” was nominated for best contemporary Christian music performance and song. She said that she felt “called by God” to share God’s love and message.
Parton said in an interview, “I’ve done so many things.” “And I see that I can help. People look at me like they’ve known me their whole lives, like a mother or sister. If what I have to say is good, maybe people will listen.”
“I just had the feeling that God was calling me to do that. I’ve always thought of music as more of a calling than a job.
I just think that in this day and age, more people who can help should try, if they can, to do something to make the world a little bit better.
I’m going to try to do that now.”