Dusty Marshall’s “Oh God” an Admission of Abusing God’s Grace

Dusty Marshall’s new single, Oh God is an aggressive banger and the first track released from his upcoming album. The song is his outcry to professing Christians in our nation to no longer abuse God’s grace by using it as an excuse to go on sinning. Marshall addresses the issue by taking a first-person approach in describing the actions of one who claims to love God but openly promotes sin. He then answers the foolishness of these actions in his second verse by pulling from the Biblical truth found in 1 John 5:3 “For this is the love of God, that we keep His commandments. And His commandments are not burdensome.”

Dusty admits he is guilty of abusing God’s grace, but understands Jesus’ words are clear in John 14:15, “If you love Me you will obey My commands.” Our love for God is displayed in our words, our thoughts, and our actions. This high energy track also features Nameless Servant of The Mash Unit weighing in on the topic with a unique and captivating style all his own.

AUDIO: DUSTY MARSHALL “OH GOD (FEAT: NAMELESS SERVANT)” [PROD. SPECHOUSE] – Spotify | YouTube

Oh God is available at all digital outlets.

Amazon | Apple Music | Google Play | iTunes | Spotify | YouTube

CONNECT WITH DUSTY MARSHALL
http://dustymarshall.com
https://facebook.com/dmarshall535
https://instagram.com/dmarshall535
https://open.spotify.com/artist/7waqEZmhjOcIUtSHwpWBmh
https://twitter.com/dmarshall535

CONNECT WITH NAMELESS SERVANT
https://twitter.com/NamelessServant

SOURCE: SOHH PR

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