DailyPills: Why Music Matters…

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DailyPills is a music inspired daily devotional, which connects one song, with one story or question and one verse of Scripture. The aim is to help young people connect the wisdom of the Bible with everyday realities in such a way that anyone can see their current situation when they look into the word. Also, since music is said to be “Soul food”, we believe that if the soul food is properly mixed with the two edged sword, then every earpiece or headset becomes a moving theatre, where God can reach the lost and keep the found. Therefore, DailyPills seeks to help each individual find songs they would truly love, irrespective of genre, because of the music is right, making sure it the songs are those that goes beyond feeding the soul but also nourishes the Spirit of that individual.

According to an article published by The New York Times in 2008 titled: “Under the influence of… Music?”, teenagers listen to nearly 2.5hrs of music everyday. It was mentioned in the same article that, “one in three popular songs contains explicit references to drug or alcohol use, according to a report in The Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine. That means kids are receiving about 35 references to substance abuse for every hour of music they listen to.
Music is a huge part of life, and it would be almost impossible to cut off from music just because of the explicit content. So, what can we do?
Assuming the rate of music consumption remained at 2.5hrs per day, now imagine that a teenager listens to different songs that resonates with the part of every human yarns for God, and instead of drugs, sex and violence, the lyrics of the songs suggests godly traits, imagine what would happens to such a person. That is the goal of DailyPills.

DailyPills is owned and managed by a CFite; OLUDARE FASARE. It would be delivered to you everyday from now on…Stay Hooked as you can now get free download links to some of your favourite gospel songs.

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