Cece Winans says lyrics to ‘I’m Every Woman’ demonic; ‘I’m not singing that’

Cece Winans says lyrics to 'I'm Every Woman' demonic; 'I'm not singing that'
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A recent clip of Cece Winans went viral after she shared an inspirational story involving her late friend Whitney Houston. The story involved Houston asking Winans to be a part of her music video for one of her most popular songs. Winans declined the opportunity due to finding the song to be unholy.

“One of my dear friends who have gone on to be with the Lord, praise God. She was so famous, and she let me know that I really didn’t want to be famous. [She was] Whitney Houston, [who] was my dear sister and friend. I remember she was about to do one of her big videos and it was “I’m Every Woman.” Great video right? When you think about how it was written it’s a great song, but the lyrics don’t line up with the Word of God. She said, ‘Cece I want you to be in this video, but I know you’re not going to be in it.’ I said, ‘You’re absolutely right.’ Because it started off with, ‘I can cast a spell.’ I’m not singing that,” Winans shared.

In the viral clip, the gospel singer and author appeared to preach to a crowd of people about being mindful of what they allow to enter their spirit.

“Notice how that message was all wrapped up in the beat. Y’all get so hooked onto these beats, and it’s demonic. You’re listening to demonic stuff and you wonder why you don’t know what’s going on. You can’t listen and look at everything. God said you’re either for me or against me. You’re either with me or you’re not. The biggest deception is the devil makes you think there’s an in-between. Show me a Scripture that says it’s an in-between. There are no in-betweens, guys. You’re worried about stuff that shouldn’t even be in your life,” Winans concluded.

Fans of Winans and Houston shared their thoughts on the viral video.

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