DID MICHAEL JACKSON REPENT, ACCEPT CHRIST? 07/02/2009


by Moody Adams
“Gospel superstar Andrae Crouch and his twin sister, Sandra, confirm meeting with Michael Jackson and praying and singing with him weeks before his death” reports WorldNetDaily.

I rode an elevator with Michael and his family in a New Orleans hotel when he was just a cute little boy and never imagined where life would take him.

Michael was raised a strict Jehovah Witness. Last year he converted to Islam, becoming a Muslim. Now that he has died some are trying to get him into a Christian heaven.

Some bloggers are saying Michael became a Christian as a result of meetings with the Crouches. They wrote: "Andrae and Sandra did in fact visit with Michael Jackson two times, once at the recording studio, and once at his home in the last two months, as recently as three weeks ago, asking for prayer concerning the anointing of the Holy Spirit, and how he could make his music more 'spiritual.' So Andrae and Sandra explained to him about the anointing and about Jesus. He wanted to know what makes your hands go up, and makes you 'come out of yourself,' and what gives a 'spirituality' to the music? He then requested to hear his favorite song that he loves and wanted the(m) to sing to him, so they ... joined hands and sang together, and he said, 'It was beautiful.' He first heard it in New York, and loved it and wanted it on tape. He had the engineer tape the song sang to him by Andrae and Sandra. He definitely had an encounter with them."

The only evidence of a conversion was the fact that he sang and prayed with the Crouches. Michael did not pray any sinner’s prayer, renounce Allah, confess Christ as his Savior or show any evidence of repentance.

But some people are determined to get everybody into heaven after they die.

If Michael was converted by singing and praying with the Crouches, then we should assume that all of Andre Crouch’s huge concert crowds are also going to heaven. Though Andre did not start this story, it should help his ticket sales.


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