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    Christian Faith:Vince Gil Was Told He Can’t Sing About Jesus, So He Steps On The Grand Ole Opry Stage And Belts Out Famous Gospel

    Updated: June 11, 2019 at 7:35 pm EST  See Comments

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    The term Christianity seems to imply a religious system in the same way that Islam and Buddhism are religious systems. Within religious systems are core beliefs, along with codes, rules, and standards that must be mastered in order to achieve a desired end. Christianity does not fit that definition and therefore the term can be slightly misleading.

    When Vince Gill stepped onto the Grand Ole Opry stage to sing along with Little Big Town, no one expected him to openly defy the instructions he had been issued with regarding his performance. The man went on and delivered a stunning rendition of Why Me Lord alongside the quartet in a manner that will not be forgotten by many.

    At the end of it, everyone stood up to give them a standing ovation, and no one particularly seemed to care about the fact that he had sung about Jesus.

    Born in 1957, Oklahoma, Vince Gill started out as a country singer in a rock band that was then known as the Pure Prairie League. Later in the eighties, he became a solo artist and completely transformed to gospel country music.

    He has since climbed his way to success and has won tons of awards along the way including eighteen Country Music Association (CMA) awards, Grammy Awards and has even been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame along with

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