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American Rapper Eminem Praises Jesus On Remix Of Kanye West’s “Use This Gospel” With DJ Khaled

Eminem Praises Jesus on "Use This Gospel" RMX With DJ Khaled

Eminem Praises Jesus on “Use This Gospel” With Kanye West & DJ Khaled

Grammy-winning rapper Eminem sparked a social discussion about his personal faith in recent days with a new song that has him rain praises on Jesus, touting Scripture, and denouncing Satan.

The track is appears on the song “Use This Gospel (Remix)” from D.J. Khaled’s new album “God Did.” It is one of the tracks off the album that doesn’t carry the explicit warning tag—an extremely rare feat for any song featuring the multi-platinum rapper Eminem.

The chorus begins with a declaration from Kanye West, who also featured on the track and who in recent years has professed to become a Christian.

Use this Gospel for protection. It’s a hard road to Heaven. We call on Your blessings. In the Father, we put our faith,” West sings. “King of the Kingdom, our demons are tremblin’. Holy angels defendin’. In the Father, we put our faith.”

Eminem’s rap in “Use This Gospel” contains no cuss words and only one substitute word, which is a far cry from his other music, which is ordinarily rife with foul language.

I’m holding on but I don’t know if I can take it much longer; today’s the day that I put all of my trust and faith in You, Father.”

Later, he raps, “So my Savior, I call on; to rescue me from these depths of despair; so these demons better step like a stair; because He is my shepherd; I’m armed with Jesus, my weapon is prayer,” the lyrics continue.

“Bible at my side like a rifle with a God-given gift; every single day I thank God for; that’s why I pay so much homage; praises to Jesus, I’ll always,” Eminem’s rap concludes.


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Eminem has openly discussed struggling with mental health issues. In times past, his dark imagery was the exact opposite of God-glorifying. But in recent years, it appears he has turned to the Bible.


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