December 14

Johnny Cash Turns on his Gospel Vibe on “He’s Alive”

In Christianity, the resurrection is one of the solid proofs of having eternal life. As the story goes, Christ was crucified, was buried in a tomb, and on the third day, He rose again. Thus, this is the basis that He is a living God. Also, this was the most significant events in the history of mankind. It only proves that Jesus of Nazareth was more than a man. His resurrection only proved that He is the son of God. I bet Johnny Cash also believed in this doctrine because he even created a gospel masterpiece pertaining to Christ’s resurrection.

One Piece at a Time

He was one of the personalities that helped shape country music. Further, due to his contribution to the music industry, this man was included in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Truly, his influence encompassed other artists due to his mastery of multiple genres. I know you’ll remember him, especially if you will hear his famous hits such as “I Walk the Line,” “Ring of Fire,” and “Get Rhythm.” Sounds familiar? I hope you did not forget Johnny Cash.

Due to his superb artistry in the music industry, Johnny Cash received multiple Country Music Awards. Anyhow, there is no doubt that he was really one of a kind. Hence, his legacy will always remain through his music and in our hearts.

The Naked Truth About Jesus Christ

We all have our beliefs depending on what was taught to us by our parents. Anyhow, Johnny Cash followed the traditional Christian belief. Well, it is obvious on his hit, “He’s Alive,” what his beliefs are. In addition, this masterpiece was included in his album “Cash- Ultimate Gospel” which was released in 2007 after his death in 2003. The song talks about the great story in the Bible about the crucifixion of Jesus Christ and His resurrection. We all have our own beliefs and practices. All we need to do is to respect each other for us to live in harmony.


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