‘We’ll keep praising God’: SDA choir unleashes deadly dance moves on streets and shuts down critics

  • The bridal choir faced a huge backlash over the weekend after their electrifying matching dance which many worshipers called ungodly
  • The singers hit back at the critics, saying they won’t stop dancing and praising God in their own way
  • They backed up their matching style with a Bible verse that empowers humans to praise God with joyful music

The Seventh-Day Adventist Church (SDA) Bridal Choir has reacted to claims that their funny matching moves, which recently went viral, are over the top and ungodly.

Members of the bridal choir on the streets of Voi Town. Photo: Bridal choir.
Source: Facebook

Bridal Choir moves “not like SDA”

A recent video of the singers unleashing mesmerizing matching moves on the streets of Voi Town has sparked reactions.

Performing one of their viral songs Salama, the choir, dressed in crisp, well-pressed plaid dresses for the women and plaid half-coats for the men, put their best feet forward and it was lovely.

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Lined up in four columns, the singing group was led by two energetic men with athletic bodies who set the right tempo and pace for the game.

The video sparked a backlash as a section of loyal SDA members criticized their matching style, calling it ungodly.

The bridal choir swear not to stop dancing

In a Facebook post seen by TUKO.co.kethe singers told the naysayers they wouldn’t stop praising God the way they know best.

They backed up their unique movements with the scriptures of Psalm 149:3 which says:

“Praise his name by dancing: play the drum and the harp in his praise.”

The choir wondered how they should put the verse into practice if their corresponding style was considered ungodly.

“By the way, the book of Psalms 149:3 should be applied how? Or we shouldn’t even read it even though it’s in the Bible? We ask for peace,” reads a Facebook post.

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It should be noted that SDA churches do not encourage dancing while praising God and this has seen many SDAs gang up on the choir and brand their moves as “godless”.

It is, however, a fact that the SDA church is divided on whether such movements are godly or not.

Most English-speaking or urban SDA churches disapprove of such moves, describing them as satanic or secular.

On the other hand, such movements are popular in Kiswahili-speaking and rural SDA churches.

Besides dancing, the SDA church also frowns on clapping, shouting in church, repetitive prayers, and prayer mazes.

Here’s how those who were angered by the choir responded:

Benjah Osinde: “It’s satanic.”

Bride and groom chorus:Benjah Osinde As a staunch believer you should have the power to cast out demons/satan, please do it!”

Davies G Empty: “What did I just see? Shame on them.”

bridal choir: “Davies G Empty Na bado! Be prepared to repeat that same word here individually!”

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Don’t harass us

The singers of God said they would not allow naysayers to discourage them from praising God.

“We will not allow you to bully us into giving up! We will go every step of this journey with you.”

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Source: TUKO.co.ke