Snoop Dogg sang the song, miming a record being played and asking “how are you starting your Sunday morning?’ Apparently, the rapper was starting his with worship.
Snoop Dogg who said he was pushed into the the Baptist church and taught its ways as a teenager, had to grow into his own belief as an adult. He further said he does not like to push his belief on anyone. He said it is not about being bashful but while he is never offensive with his belief, he always let people know who he is, slowly but surely.
“It’s not even about being bashful or shy. I’ve never been offensive with [my beliefs]. I’ve always been the one to let people know slowly but surely who I am. I don’t force it on you or try to make you become what I am”. Snoop Dogg said during an interview with HHDX.
The song was made famous during Billy Graham’s evangelistic rallies by worship leader George Beverly Shae.
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