LENA PRICE BECOMES NAKED
Lena Price shocks her fans with a taff titled song called NDI BWERERE that she ft. Job Kizza
Job Kizza asks Lena Price "WHO TOLD YOU THAT YOU ARE NAKED?"
The Bible says that when God created Adam and Eve, there was no need for them to cover themselves with clothing After the man, Adam, had eaten of the tree, the LORD God called to the man and asked him, “Where are you?” He answered, “I heard you in the garden; but I was afraid, because I was naked, so I hid myself.” Then he asked, “Who told you that you were naked?” (Genesis 3:8-11).
Sin disrupted this experience of vulnerability and transparency. Adam and Eve ran away from God’s presence and covered their nakedness with fig leaves. They no longer wanted to be “known” by God, so they hid (see Genesis 3:7-8). Shame spread through the human genome, and up to today we have continued to cover our personalities with layers of pretence and hypocrisy to avoid being fully known. We are afraid of how others would react if they got to see the full disclosure of who we are.
While I fully appreciate the benefits of wearing disease-protective face masks, I have sometimes thought them a good metaphor of the masks we wear to protect ourselves from the perceived threat of being truly known by others. The heaven-like environment of transparency, honesty, and accountability is not being enacted in our midst.
Whenever humans have been exposed to the environment of heaven they have had an ego-shattering experience. When Isaiah saw God’s throne, he said:
I am doomed! I’m going to die because I’m a man of unclean lips, and I live among a people of unclean lips, I’ve seen the King, the Lord Almighty! Isaiah 6:4 FBV
Lena experienced sudden exposure. In an environment of God’s radical transparency, she himself felt naked and overwhelmed. Fortunately, the defects of character she saw in herself were remedied immediately through the intervention of the holy ones (verses 6-7).
The song meant condemnation and deprivation to his most precious creation-mankind. Though He reconciled Adam's condition by clothing him in coats of lambs' skin, Adam never got over what he had done. Condemnation has dominated ever since. When we choose to sin, afterwards it’s like the LORD is not there, as if our relationship has died, we’re cut-off from Him. We’ll also get fearful and want to run and hide from God, because we become aware that He can see right through us. Now we have a more permanent solution. We have been clothed with Christ!