"The greatest artist that God has ever Created is now working for Him" - Kanye West boast at Lakewood Church

Kanye spoke much of himself and prompted the audience about his life for the past years as a secular artiste.

Kanye West

Kanye West, who has been leading a weekly musical Christian Sunday Service for a year, made a special appearance at Pastor Joel Osteen‘s service at his Lakewood mega church in Houston on Sunday.

There he gave a spiritual speech, partially about himself. which sounded like Lucifer speaking.

“Now, the greatest artist that God has ever exist- uh, created is now working for Him,” the hip-hop star said, laughing good-naturedly, as seen in a video posted by TMZ.

 

 

The greatest artiste? Dis he say that he is the greatest artiste God has ever created? Sounds just like Lucifer saying I am the greatest and will uphold my throne above the stars of God. (Isaiah 14:14)

“I know that God has been calling me for a long time and the Devil has been distracting me for a long time,” he said, drawing applause. And when I was at my lowest point, God was there with me, and sending me visions and inspiring me.”

Kanye said he recalled sitting in UCLA Medical Center after “having a mental breakdown” in 2016.

 

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“There’s documentations of me drawing a church and…start a church in the middle of Calabasas,” he said. “And even after that I went and made The Life of Pablo album. I said, ‘This is a gospel album,’ and I didn’t totally know how to make a gospel album and the Christians that were around were too, I would say, beaten into submission by society to not speak up and profess the Gospel to, you know, to me because I was a superstar. But the only superstar is Jesus.”

Kanye’s latest album, the gospel-inspired record Jesus Is King, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 Albums Chart. It dropped one place this week. During Osteen’s service, portions of the rapper’s album were played.

During his speech at Osteen’s church, Kanye, who has in recent years become a devout Christian and a Donald Trump supporter, talked about being silenced when it comes to talking about Jesus publicly, especially in California, one of the most liberal and secular states.

 

 

“So in the studio, and this studio is gonna compare to places that you’re in in life when people tell you to quiet your voice and not talk about Jesus so loud,” he continued. “But everything else is so loud around us. When I’m in California or when I’m in Vegas, they got posters up advertising sex trafficking, because if there’s and advertisement for a strip club, that is advertising sex trafficking…so if it’s a man that’s going through things with his family or going through things at work and he feels he has to go there, we all end up participating, whether it’s the spirits that get advertised to us all the time. Alcohol is, they call it a spirit.”

“So we get constant advertisements for spirits,” he said. “We get constant advertisements for strip clubs and other things like that. But then we bring up the name of Jesus, we’re told to be quiet—’Quiet that down.'”