San Diego Christian Nightclub.

San Diego Christian Nightclub—creates orginal music, remix secular music, and judges music. We have our song library and judged all secular songs with bibicial guidelines. We education the people on positive music, all these things meeting biblical principles..

Question: "Should a believer listen to secular music?"

It depends on the song. San Diego Christian Nightclub songs are judged by 5 factors the purpose of music, the style of music, the content of the lyrics (songs are judged by a music panel)

Answer: Many believers struggle with this question. Many secular musicians are immensely talented. Secular music can be very entertaining. There are many secular songs that have catchy melodies, thoughtful insights, and positive messages. In determining whether or not to listen to secular music, there are five primary factors we consider:

1) the purpose of music,
2) the style of music,
3) the content of the lyrics.
4) Is the song glorifying the flesh or spirit
5) the artist

Our musical purpose is 80% dance trance energy style music, the lord is a spiritual energy. Dance music is also the number #1 club music format worldwide. Places like (Ibiza, Miami, Las vegas and many more)

1) The purpose of music. Did God also intend music to be soothing and/or entertaining? The most famous musician in the Bible, King David, primarily used music for the purpose of worshipping God (see Psalm 4:1; 6:1, 54, 55; 61:1; 67:1; 76:1). However, when King Saul was tormented by evil spirits, he would call on David to play the harp in order to soothe him (1 Samuel 16:14-23). The Israelites also used musical instruments to warn of danger (Nehemiah 4:20) and to surprise their enemies (Judges 7:16-22). In the New Testament, the apostle Paul instructs believers to encourage one another with music: "Speak to one another with psalms, hymns and spiritual songs" (Ephesians 5:19). So, while the primary purpose of music does seem to be worship, the Bible definitely allows for other uses of music.

2) The style of music. Sadly, the issue of music styles can be very divisive among believers. There are believers who adamantly demand that no musical instruments be used. There are believers who only desire to sing the "old faithful" hymns. There are believers who want more upbeat and contemporary music. There are believers who claim to worship best in a "rock concert" type of environment. Instead of recognizing these differences as personal preferences and cultural distinctions, some believers declare their preferred style of music to be the only "biblical" one and declare all other forms of music to be unwholesome, ungodly, or even satanic.

The Bible nowhere condemns any particular style of music. The Bible nowhere declares any particular musical instrument to be ungodly. The Bible mentions numerous kinds of string instruments and wind instruments. While the Bible does not specifically mention drums, it does mention other percussion instruments (Psalm 68:25; Ezra 3:10). Nearly all of the forms of modern music are variations and/or combinations of the same types of musical instruments, played at different speeds or with heightened emphasis. There is no biblical basis to declare any particular style of music to be ungodly or outside of God's will.

3) The content of the lyrics. Since neither the purpose of music nor the style of music determines whether a believer should listen to secular music, the content of the lyrics must be considered. While not specifically speaking of music, Philippians 4:8 is an excellent guide for musical lyrics: "Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable—if anything is excellent or praiseworthy—think about such things." If we should be thinking about such things, surely those are the things we should invite into our minds through music and lyrics. Can the lyrics in a secular song be true, noble, right, pure, lovely, admirable, excellent, and praiseworthy? If so, then there is nothing wrong with a believer listening to a secular song of that nature.

However, much of secular music does not meet the standard of Philippians 4:8. Secular music often promotes immorality and violence while belittling purity and integrity. If a song glorifies what opposes God, a believer should not listen to it. However, there are many secular songs with no mention of God that still uphold godly values such as honesty, purity, and integrity. If a love song promotes the sanctity of marriage and/or the purity of true love—even if it does not mention God or the Bible—it can still be listened to and enjoyed.

Whatever a person allows to occupy his mind will sooner or later determine his speech and his actions. This is the premise behind Philippians 4:8 and Colossians 3:2, 5: establishing wholesome thought patterns. Second Corinthians 10:5 says we should "take captive every thought and make it obedient to Christ." These Scriptures give a clear picture of the kind of music we should not listen to.

Obviously, the best kind of music is that which praises and glorifies God. Talented BELIEVERS who are musicians work in nearly every musical genre, ranging from classical to rock, rap, and reggae. There is nothing inherently wrong with any particular style of music. It is the lyrics that determine whether a song is "acceptable" for a believer to listen to. If anything leads you to think about or get involved in something that does not glorify God, it should be avoided.



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Again and again-------San Diego Christian Nightclub
I'm in love------ alex gaudino
Altermood pride------2010
Not giving up on love----sophie ellis
Back 2 life------ San Diego Christian Nightclub
Bbp is this miami love------San Diego Christian Nightclub
E samba pjanoo----San Diego Christian Nightclub
Beggin-------------San Diego Christian Nightclub
Call me --------david tavare
Evacuate the dancefloor-----cascada
Coldplay------the scientist
Corona------rhythm of the night, San Diego Christian Nightclub remix
Criminal-------San Diego Christian Nightclub
Deepest blue----- benassi
Spring breeze-----dj tatana
Blessed be the name-----San Diego Christian Nightclub
Superstar son of man------San Diego Christian Nightclub
Toca me-----fragma



January 2012 Music
True love----- george acosta
Glock-----coldplay San Diego Christian Nightclub remix
Happy day-----San Diego Christian Nightclub
Having a party for two----San Diego Christian Nightclub
Eyes wide shut-----jls
Firework------San Diego Christian Nightclub remix
Hello-----martin solveig
Cocojambo------San Diego Christian Nightclub remix
Never gonna give you up----San Diego Christian Nightclub
Never stop singing-----ministry of music
O.m.g------San Diego Christian Nightclub remix (trachfamily)
Not ashamed lord-------San Diego Christian Nightclub
One love-----------San Diego Christian Nightclub remix
Rio-----when the sun comes down
Red colour---- San Diego Christian Nightclub remix
Rise up------yves larock
Music sounds-----stardust
Blessed-----San Diego Christian Nightclub
Summerlove-----San Diego Christian Nightclub
U2-----beautiful day
World hold on-----bob sinclair
Yeah------San Diego Christian Nightclub remix

February 2012 Music



"Your membership supports our growth keeping the doors of our ministry open to serve and empower people lives. The following are benefits of your membership support.

1. Access To Our Personal Development School Classes

A. Spirit
B. Health
C. Relationships
D. Intellectual knowledge
E. Financial education

2. Access to the San Diego Christian Nightclub library of songs, every month new music releases

3. Helping people who want to learn, but can afford these classes

4. Establish locations worldwide in the nightlife area to bring the gospels

Memberships are $20 a month, no long term commitment (month by month)

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