Dolly Parton Stops Mid-Song on Christmas Special to Deliver a Stunning Rebuke to the Devil By Elizabeth Delaney, via The Gateway Pundit
Perhaps one of the devil’s best schemes to dupe the unbeliever is to attempt to convince humanity that he isn’t real.
Bringing the reality of his existence into the light is hardly a new idea.
Perhaps one of the most notable authors who has worked to do so is C.S. Lewis, in his book “The Screwtape Letters.” In a nutshell, Lewis’ story is about a more experienced demon training up a less experienced one for effective ways to bring a person into bondage so they can eventually be drug to hell.
Singer Dolly Parton’s song, “Go to Hell,” seems to have a focus of helping the listener understand that not only is there a real devil that wants to kill, steal and destroy each and every person on the planet, but also that those who have a personal relationship with Jesus have the power to rebuke and overcome the attacks of the enemy on their life, even as they walk in the plans and purposes that God has for them.
Parton tends to boldly speak out about her Christian faith and is quite happy to incorporate it into her work.
It is rather admirable that she makes efforts to use her platform as a country entertainer to express her faith and witness the truths in God’s Word.
“I just feel like that it was time for me to do another special like this, with good music, with comedy, with meaningful things,” Parton told People.
“And to kind of make you feel entertained for a couple hours just to get away from everything else.”
At the same time, the 76-year-old entertainer also said that her focus was to, “make people happy and touch them, make them think and feel better about things.”