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Since Satan Joined the Church

by Tim Davis Band

The overriding theme of this album is that the Church, especially the Western Church, has slowly drifted away from sound doctrine and instead has embraced a feel-good, ear-tickling, watered-down doctrine based on pop-psychology, self-improvement, and narcissism. I’m not saying this is true for all congregations, or even most. However, it seems to be true enough that this has become the image that is presented to unbelievers.
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Since Satan Joined the Church
3:55 album only
2. Six Flags over Jesus
4:25 album only
3. Sunday Morning Christian
3:14 album only
4. Go Where the Lost Are Found
4:35 album only
5. Don't Ask God
4:26 album only
6. Up and Died
3:47 album only
7. Wisdom of the Pages
3:54 album only
8. This Side of Heaven
4:27 album only
9. Fell Down on My Knees
3:58 album only
10. Every Sinner Has a Future
3:54 album only
11. Forecast for Tomorrow
3:07 album only
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Album Notes
The title track, “Since Satan Joined the Church,” describes how far the modern church has strayed from its roots in Acts and even how much it has wandered from its protestant founding.

The next song, “Six Flags Over Jesus” is about how many of us choose our congregation by how convenient, comfortable, and entertaining it is.

“Sunday Morning Christian” expresses how many of us put on our “Christian mask” on Sunday morning only to take it off for the rest of the week.

“Go Where the Lost are Found” continues the theme of breaking free from the bondage of modern churchianity and embracing true Christianity in the form of doing the things Jesus said to do rather than just studying and talking about it.

The theme takes a slight turn on “Don’t Ask God.” This song is more about us and our struggle to follow Jesus and our reluctance to do so when it seems hard.

“Up and Died” takes that theme to the logical conclusion that if we keep putting off what God is calling us to do then eventually we will run out of time.

We are all struggling to find the answers to life’s questions. “Wisdom of the Pages” tells us where to look.

But regardless of how much we study the Word or how much we pray and seek answers, there are just some things we will never know or understand “This Side of Heaven.”

“Fell Down on my Knees” is a reminder of how simple it is to have a meaningful relationship with the Almighty.

There is no one righteous. We have all sinned. But “Every Sinner Has a Future” if they will just turn from their offensive ways toward a forgiving God ready to wrap his loving arms around them.



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