I used to be a huge fan of Christian music. It was safe. And, it had a good message.
Over the years "safe" became boring, and the "good message" became tame and watered down. During that time I came to the realization that I found more inspiration and comfort in music that wasn't expressly labeled "Christian."
I identified with the struggles.
I could empathise with the pain.
I could rejoice in the victory.
I found beauty as others explored their innermost feelings in song. It just felt more real.
It didn't matter to me if an artist sang about their idea of God, or something else. I could see God's beauty in the music they created.
And that's where I still am today. I'll admit there are exceptions. But, I find more inspiration from secular music than I do from it's Christian counterpart.