The group Faith, Hope and Charity utilized this Biblical phrase as the name of their R & B group in the 1970's. Diane Destry joined the group in 1975 and propelled the group to their #1 R & B and groundbreaking early disco hit "To Each His Own." They may have had a Biblical phrase for their group's name, but the sad reality is this:
In 1979, just four years after they hit the top of the charts & helped to launch the disco era, To Each Own songwriter Van McCoy died of a heart attack. 39 year-old McCoy was also known for the mega hit "The Hustle." Lead singer Diane Destry, on top of the world with her group's hit, "To Each His Own" in 1975, died of AIDS & drug abuse just a few short years later.
Churchgoers may hang a few Bible verses around their sanctuary, and they may even quote, ever so cleverly, a few Bible verses from memory. Yet, deep in the sorrowful soul of self-deception & rebellion, lies a trouble that may eventually consume one's life until a point of no return is reached with God.