Contemporary Christian music artist Tasha Layton reveals that she experimented with Buddhism. But only to find out her Christian faith is the absolute truth.
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In an interview with the Christian Headlines, the rising star Tasha Layton shared about her success in the music industry. The singer’s Christian music has topped the charts with her “How Far” in the top 25 on the Billboard Christian Airplay. Then her other song, “Look What You’ve got Accomplished,” also landed in the first spot.
Now, Tasha attests that she feels like each tune in her music “is a present from God.”
Trying Buddhism Religion
The 39-year-old grew up in a Christian home. But she eventually walked away from her faith. She then experimented with other religions; especially Buddhism. She “majored in faith in faculty” and “studied mysticism.” And the singer admitted that she went far down into the Buddhist religion. But she soon discovered the truth amid her experimentation.
“I used to be undecided that Jesus was the way,” Tasha said. “And I feel it took that in my religion to get me the place I’m at this time. … I feel the surety of my religion comes from that point that I searched.”
The story behind Tasha’s “Look What You’ve got Accomplished” is about how God saved her from the mess in her life. And what inspired her to write the song was God all along.
“I actually needed to dig up the roots of the lies I believed in my life,” Tasha explained. “And let God exchange these lies with reality earlier than I felt freedom in my life.”
She also shared her favorite tune in the song: ‘I believed I used to be too damaged. However now I see you had been simply breaking new floor inside.’
Then she revealed the process it took for her to realize the power of the Gospel breaking through her life. It took a lot of tears and feelings of hopelessness before she saw God’s grace and power work in her life.
“And in order that’s actually the place He met me,” Tasha attested. “And helped me and helped me get some assist to dig up these roots and exchange the lies with reality.”