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‘Ye of Little Faith?’ Satanic Musician Makes Appearance at West’s Sunday Service

After Bieber’s prayer, rapper Roddy Ricch appeared from within the circle to sing the song “Pure Souls.” Ricch could be heard saying, “I hope God can forgive me for the days that I was sinning.”

A children’s choir then joined the ensemble for the song “Jesus Lord,” singing the lyrics, “Tell me if you know someone that needs Jesus Lord.”

When the adult choir finished singing shorten arrangements of “Believe What I Say” and “New Again,” they closed out the service with the song, “24.” Their harmonized voices sang, “We gonna be okay, we gonna be okay. God’s not finished, God’s not finished.”

October 31 Sunday Service Set List:
No Child Left Behind
Hurricane
Jonah
Come to Life
Ultralight Prayer
Pure Souls
Jesus Lord
Believe What I Say
New Again
24

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