Calvinist Church Adds Taylor Swift's 'Look What You Made Me Do' To Worship Rotation

DERRY, CA—According to church members present at Sovereign Grace Church’s regular Lord’s Day service this past Sunday, the church added Taylor Swift’s new single “Look What You Made Me Do” to its regular worship rotation.

The move came after the church’s worship minister heard the single on the radio and found that its deterministic lyrics really resonated with the church’s staunch belief in five-point Calvinism.

“Now our church can stand solemnly each Sunday and rightly declare, ‘Look what you made me do’ to the King of Kings,” worship minister James Carlisle said in an interview. “We just love that there’s finally a modern hymn that truly represents the total sovereignty of God over man.”

The church’s worship staff also appreciated the song’s bridge, which emphasizes the depravity of man with its repeated lyric “I don’t trust nobody and nobody trusts me,” sources confirmed.

While Swift’s official version of the song is done in a pop style, church elders reportedly arranged the song into a unique, thrilling organ rendition. The church has further submitted the song for the next reprint of the Trinity Hymnal, and is optimistic that it will be approved.

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