This week's video is probably the most disturbing to ever appear in Framed. Even though it's the work of Christian songstress Natalie Grant, the storyline--which involves the deaths of several characters, some of them children--may upset younger readers. Parents, take note!
Grant is a big star on the Contemporary Christian circuit, and has won the Gospel Music Association Female Vocalist of the Year three years running. This week's video, "In Better Hands," is from her Relentless album, which was released in February of this year, and still maintains a Top 10 spot on Y! Music's Contemporary Christian chart.
The vision of heaven presented by the video--a place where people wear white-on-white and smile a lot--is intriguing. Could heaven really look like that? And, if it does, can you simply leave?
As always, yours is the only voice that matters, so please post!
1 - It was fascinating to watch the Supreme Council of Ants ponder whether moving that rubber tree plant was even a good idea.
2 - "Is it possible that 'handicapped access' is a meaningless, easily-ignored platitude
3 - "What I'll be feeling if I don't
get out of the way of that truck?"
4 - Natalie is justifiably proud
of her many splendid Roc feeders.
5 - Sadly, Pez Ducks have been among the first victims of global warming.
6 - "Follow me, human child! I can lead you out of this hellish video," said Gummo, The Sentient Bubble.
7 - ...but, alas, the road to Bubbylonia is oft trod alone!
8 - "The League of Those Who Voted for Bush Twice" is finally going public with its feelings!
9 - "Why, because this is white people's
heaven, my boy."
10 - She was pleased
that her child would grow up and flourish in heaven, and then die.
11 - "Heaven's great
we got to keep the Hummer."
12 - "Best of all, we don't have to burn in Hell for all eternity."
- Natalie Grant
- Gospel Music Association