Idols don’t go to Heaven

David Bowie mocked God during his very ungodly wicked life, but now Satan is mocking him in death, unless he managed, or was even able– to repent and ask for forgiveness, and to be saved by the Lord Jesus Christ.


While half the people in America, including some who claim to be Christians, are lionizing David Bowie, his career and supposed artistic genius………I am not. I am not celebrating his life, and especially not his influence in the world where it impacted the lives of others. So, I’m not going to write much about his death. or his life. Volumes have already been written about him, many of which seem to revel in his apparent interest and involvement in the occult. I don’t doubt for a minute that Satan was his master, and the author of his supposed “artistic genius”, if you could call it that. I was never a Bowie fan, but I had the unfortunate experience of watching his video “Lazarus” because of curiosity and the unusual title. It was visually and spiritually ugly and repulsive. It totally creeped me out.  There was nothing whatever edifying in his life or music, no matter what his fans may say. And at his funeral? Well, there are many lies being told at funerals nowadays. There will be many more told at his.

Just for the record, for all his fans and others who may come across this blog post, this is the truth. More truth than David Bowie knew or was capable of. Had he known just how much truth it was while he was still alive, he would have fallen on his knees and begged the Lord Jesus Christ for forgiveness:

“And having summoned the crowd with His disciples, He said to them, “If anyone desires to come after Me, let him deny himself, and let him take up his cross, and let him follow Me. For whoever might desire to save his life will lose it, and whoever will lose his life on account of Me and of the gospel, he will save it.

For what does it profit a man to gain the whole world and to lose his soul? For what shall a man give as an exchange for his soul?” Mark 8:34-37

4 comments on “Idols don’t go to Heaven

  1. Maria Tatham, a gentle iconoclast says:

    Scarlett, a thoughtful post for you that I found after reading yours. Sad death, let us go on to bring Christ to the living. God bless you!

  2. Maria Tatham, a gentle iconoclast says:

    Thank you, Scarlett! At last a true Christian reaction to his life and death! I’ve been amazed at the lack of truth and discernment, and sad.

    • Scarlett says:

      It was sad, Maria. I don’t rejoice over the death of any lost soul, but rather mourn. While many are saying, RIP, David Bowie, I wonder how can anyone rest in peace in the torments of hell? They cannot. Total and final separation from God would be horrible beyond imagination.

      • Maria Tatham, a gentle iconoclast says:

        Yes, we cannot imagine – Praise God that He died for us!
        No, we don’t rejoice, as the Lord said He takes no pleasure in the death of the wicked.
        The Lazarus video was uploaded onto a Christian blog and though it is bizarre and demented, Christians commented about Bowie’s talent.

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