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All content submitted will be vetted, what makes this page different than social media like twitter, Facebook or YouTube is that the content posted on here is not uploaded to the website server, it is embedded into the website so that it links to the original source, we are not a publisher, we are a platform, this is what differs us from traditional media ”platforms”. We do not have to worry about storage costs because we do not store content we only embed it.
Here you will find worship music
This webpage is composed of embedded existing content of church music audio/video files, as well as modern Christian music like Christian hip hop/rap and Christian rock etc. anything that glorifies God is welcome. Heretical doctrine is forbidden from being posted on this website, gray area doctrine where we are unsure is allowed if exposed to scrutiny. Sermons may be put out by Churches of any denomination, but are carefully vetted to make sure they are pure from heresy, we estimate the majority of content will be of the Catholic and Orthodox Catholic Churches because they have the most sound doctrine, a few Protestant doctrine may be included.
here in seeing clearly, we believe sin should be treated like a conflict of interest when discussing about morality and spiritually. The bibe says sin is deceitful and seeing clearly is a site aiming at fighting deception and as a result sin poses a great conflict towards our ability to speak and bring truth and light out into the world which is why we at seeing Clearly have a transparency policy requiring all authors to disclose what sins they are currently enslaved, in bed or struggling with.
Sin Disclaimer, Disclosure
My Current Sins
When confessing sins in public you must consider the legality of your sins, if you are confessing an illegal activity you already repented from you must do so privately away from the ears of law enforcement to avoid unnecessary persecution for an already repented sin, what good does getting punished for something you regret and will never do again do you? It’s unnecessary suffering.