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Netflix Mocks Christianity With Girls Singing Sexual Hymn ‘Sweet Jesus Inside Me’

Oh, Spirit, please ride me.

The show "Insatiable" on Netflix has taken a lot of heat from leftists for its supposed fat-shaming, but the critics seem to have overlooked the show's near-diabolical attack on Christians, with one episode stooping to nearly unprecedented lows by having a choir of girls sing a sexually-charged song about Jesus.

The episode focused on an event called the "Miss Magic Jesus Pageant" that showed teen girls singing a "worship" song with disgusting lyrics that ask the Holy Spirit to "please ride me…deep, deep, deep in my Hoooo…ly Father."

Wearing white choir robes, the girls dance in gyrations meant to elicit sexual innuendo as they sing about Jesus and the Holy Spirit having sexual intercourse with them. Here are just some of the lyrics provided by MRC:

Chorus: We’ll journey together, your hand on my heart. Whatever the weather, a love so strong. So long. So hard. O, Jesus, You fill me in every single way. Sweet, sweet Jesus inside me, I got You deep in my soul. Deep, deep, deep in my soul. Yeah! Oh, Spirit, please ride me. Please, please, please, please ride me. Deep, deep, deep in my soul.

Dee: Time to break it down, y’all. Stone cold chillin’, JC, JC, just You and me. Chill, chill, chillin’, You see, by the Sea of Galilee. I got a notion that this motion by the ocean is the potion I need. I think You get the gist. You the top of my list. State of bliss. Eucharist. Swear to God I need a fix. State of bliss. Crucifix. Thank You, Jesus, that’s my mix.

Dixie: And now for the second coming!

Chorus: Sweet, sweet Jesus inside me, I got You deep in my soul. Deep, deep, deep in my soul. Yeah! Oh, Spirit, please ride me. Please, please, please, please ride me. Deep, deep, deep in my Hoooool…ly Father. I think I love You.

On top of that grotesque mockery of Christianity, the show also features a scene in which the main character receives oral sex from her boyfriend on top of a Noah's Ark playground structure in the parking lot of a church, but only after getting baptized into the light of Christ.

 
 
 

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