Jesus Take The Wheel: Pastor Jamal Bryant Claim These "HOES" Ain't Loyal?


There is an old saying that goes something like this, “Controversy Creates Profits.” What better way to create controversy than to  deliver a very explicit sermon.

 This is a perfect example of “secular culture” shaping the church when the church should be shaping the culture. But the church, in its strivings to reach people, attempts to be “relevant” and in doing so compromises its values.

Thousands of people on social media this morning or shaking their heads in awe and surprise at a live sermon given by Pastor Jamal Harrison.   From the pulpit of Empowerment Temple, Pastor Bryant let slip "These HOES ain't loyal!" WOW! Thoughts?

 

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  1. Lol! Did he really say that?!

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    1. Abraham's Daughter!Wednesday, 04 June, 2014

      The twenty second sound bite in Jamal Bryant’s sermon titled, ‘I’m My Enemies Worst Nightmare’ can clearly be taken out of context if you’ve not seen or heard the sermon in its entirety. Review the message first hand so you can see how the phrase was positioned within the thirty-five minute sermon. I’m sure you’ll find the message empowering, compelling and uplifting!

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    2. I did review the message...Christians, please pray for this pastor. I do not know his heart, but from what I see he is damaging himself and other people. Please convict his heart to grow closer to you, and to not preach for recognition or glory, or celebrity. I am shocked by the graphics used to spread his message, and the amount of money that goes into production of the service- the multiple pleas to give money, was shameful-Christians, please turn from false prophets. Prosperity theology is false, the only people who profit are the runs running the show. It is not our destiny to be rich. God does not promise us a future with expensive leased or owned cars, or a salary in the hundreds of thousands. This is a secular message used to confuse the masses and create a way to generate income for themselves. Do not be tricked. Why would a pastor own a Bentley, and serve a community where the average salary is less than 40,000. a year? What ever happened to hard work, being truthful and being honest, loving our neighbors-giving those really in need? Do not be mislead. Is this the theology our grandmothers taught us? Would these acts make Jesus proud-would he drive a Bentley, live in a mansion and ask for a infinite large salary? Be prosperous with your generosity, your time, your talents. Help others less fortunate. We all know what Jesus said the rich man who asked him how to get to the gates of heaven. Until, we give up our riches and follow Christ, our message can't or won't be blessed.

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    3. It`s not a sin to be rich. Where in the world are you getting that from? Even a lot of the Patriarchs of old were wealthy. It`s the LOVE of money that is the root of all evil, the Word of God says. When Jesus is Lord you can handle the wealth and become excellent stewards with his help and guidance. God has saints in all walks of life and some are in a different economic status. That doesn`t make one better than anyone else. More money means more responsibility in God`s Kingdom.

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    4. I agree with what you said. What I meant was prosperity theology doesn't teach us to be good stewards, it addresses the need to enlarge our territories, "from the prayer of Jabeez", which was the first study material to begin this theology principle in recent years. I have never heard any of these preachers say we should share our wealth. I am sorry, but I do believe it is inappropriate to have your church lease a Bentley or buy a multimillion home for you, as part of your salary. This is a abuse of power. I have seen it to many times with these AME pastors, and I assure you, while they are wearing their Armani suites, and driving their Bentleys, rural churches in the denomination are suffering, as are the parishioners. Prosperity theology in the way they are interpreting it, is the love of money. Do you realize that Jamal Bryant makes more money than the President of The United States? Almost one hundred thousand more, to be exact.

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  2. Lol! I was like did he just say that? My momma said did he say these hoes ain't loyal!

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  3. Praise God finally somebody told the truth. If you can't tell the truth in God's house i don't know where can you.

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    1. Your comment shows your ignorance. No respect for God's house. It's a cheap plow for attention and completely disrespectful to God. God's word never changes. The.means of communicating it does but it should never compromise it

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    2. In my opinion, this is like the "pot calling the kettle black". These modern day false Shepherds & Make-bates", say many things just to incite quarrels and dissention and stir up confusion. Jesus said, "out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaks". Pastor Bryant talks about "Hoes", but there has to be a "whoremonger" in the mix too. "Hoes" are unfaithful because of a corrupt nature and morals, "Whoremongers", along with adulterers, liars and fake Pastors and corrupt Teachers are all in the same boat. I believe that Pastor Bryant spoke out of his corrupt human spirit , not from the "Holy Spirit". Out of the abundance of the heart, the mouth speaks, Jesus said. In other words, "Garbage in , garbage out". When Jesus ministered to Mary Magdalene ,he never referred to her in those terms. Those type of gutteral & debasing terms are not for the wise to sling at the sheep/ Gods people, sitting before them. False shepherds breed goats and not sheep. That`s why you hear silly men and women sitting up in some so called house of God saying , "amen Pastor", to every abominable thing that comes out of his throat. The people sitting in the pews are counted as "Merchandise". Many of these modern day false teachers build large congregations but, just because something is big and multiplies doesn't always mean that it`s good or that it`s God. Cancer grows and multiplies too! Jesus said that in these last days there will be many false prophets that shall arise and deceive many. Using crafty words, and feigned speeches the will make merchandise out of you. It`s all for the money they intend to exact from you and your household. People are so silly and stupid now days they will follow anyone! If a dog started talking and said they were fixing to start up a church, somebody would ask that dog," What time does service start?" The straight way is narrow and the wrong way is so broad because many folks will follow the way of the world which leads straight to HELL. I thank God he saved me when he did because back in the day we never heard just malignant speeches that some folks in todays church world, want to identify as preachin ! !

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    3. Thanks for backing me i totally agree, these hoes are not loyal. The biggest problem in our community is that we dont call people out for being hoes, we say that is normal. Even thou they cause people pain. We all know the church morality has been going down since the 1960s sooo. Like I said " If you can't tell the truth in God's house i don't know where can you." Just call me these hoes are not loyal. If you reply...

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    4. these hoes are not loyalTuesday, 03 June, 2014

      He needs more sermons like this

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    5. those is glass houses shouldn't throw stones, and he can have a lot of stones thrown at him. He fathered a child with a much younger woman, that was a member of his church, while his wife sat in the front pew, across from his very visible mistress. He needs to take many seats... Not impressed disgusted, and I used to be a ordained AME minister. Please show some respect. Not every woman is a hoe, not every man is a deadbeat dad or in jail. However, he could have been talking about himself.

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    6. The WORD of GOD is HOLY! Please tell me what's HOLY about calling people "hoes" in the pulpit? Even with the woman at the well, JESUS NEVER called her a "hoe "! Holiness is always right. We need to make sure our words are acceptable to GOD, but this here. .... All kinds of wrong! Not judging him, because I am NOT his God, but NO ONE will convince me into believing this is right... NO ONE!

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    7. these hoes are not loyalThursday, 05 June, 2014

      No one is throwing stones, we don't know this man wife, she could be a horrible wife that he should not have wife'd and didn't find out til after they were married. Bessie your right the word of God is holy and yes Jesus might not have said "hoe". Both did call them by a different name prostitutes, harlot, strange woman, etc. ... they are the same thing. How ever the word translate you know what is.

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  4. This was funny these hoes aint loyal lol oh well neither are the dudes.

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  5. Lord have mercy Jamal Bryant ain't no kinda leader. Who shall shepard him, is what we need to be asking cause he has no business leading no kinda congregation. Embarrassing. And when he said it, the crowd went wild. SMH!

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    1. Candy Crush SagaWednesday, 04 June, 2014

      Let the foolishness continue... But you know what, granted, I get what he's saying and the culture that allows the sentiment of the phrase to be applicable but I think this is a bit too far. He's behind the pulpit, a supposedly sacred and consecrated desk with the sole intention of edifying and building up the people of God. God certainly expects us to be relevant but not to the extent that we find it okay and acceptable to speak like this. I like Pastor Bryant, I appreciate his edge and ability to be relevant to a particular group of believers and non-believers. So I'm not shocked at all. But I am disappointed. Disappointed indeed. And the part that's more sad is the fact that there are droves of folks that will deem this as appropriate in one way or another. How unfortunate. 

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  6. i am just shocked.

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  7. Pastor Bryant, should be ashamed of himself..although .i have learned to respect his way with words, this is not necessary...profane language does not belong in the church......furthermore,,,if u expect a so called H to be loyal, then u are a fool and the joke is on you..what does the bible say about a fool...Pastor Bryant you have now gone too far in my book.

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    1. "If u expect a so called Hoe to be loyal, then u are a fool and the joke is on you." Agreed! Now whether or not it should've come from the pulpit is another question .

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  8. I am going back to my childhood for this one.

    It takes one to no one.

    And just for the record
    Jamal (NON-OXFORD GRAD) Bryant.

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    1. Cop, it really do take one to know one and Pastor Bryant should know that by now. The "WORD" said that the mouth speaks out of the fullness of the heart. A man with an unclean heart will be a man of unclean lips. Pastor Bryant is a mess. Did you see how some of the women who were present started to scream and holler?

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  9. It takes one to KNOW one

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  10. I think he probably could have come up with a better word.

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  11. He ain't lying, them Hoes ain't ever been loyal! Hahahahhaha

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  12. If you looking for a Man or Woman with no MORALS than you take what comes with it. it call a Choice!! Character is something you look for in a person and a whole lot of prayer and you'll get your answer on that person.

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  13. I can't stand him. Messing with the young girls n his congregation and getting one pregnant but he has the nerve to say these hoes ain't loyal well Wtf is he

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  14. Disgusting and he is one to talk with his history. It's a way to preach it and that was not it.

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  15. Man this Jamal Bryant sermon is so problematic and contradictory. Poor exegesis and bad theology. "These Hoes aint loyal?" Really? Study to show thyself approved!

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  16. Though I never thought I'd seriously be in anybody's seminary, I'm clear that this is a call straight from God and I do NOT take it lightly. I've only completed my first year, but my work around sexuality/sexual politics & ethics in the Black Church, is what keeps me going. In light of "these hoes ain't loyal" used by Jamal Bryant, he's just a representation of the foolishness that takes place in pulpits weekly. Then when I sit up & watch these well known pastors on channels like The Word, TBN, etc, it makes my stomach turn.I literally tried to run away from seminary, yet God wouldn't let me go. Then we have folks that believe because they've put out an album or two, they can now pastor congregations. AIN'T BEEN TO NOBODY'S SEMINARY OR NOTHING JESUS! I don't trust doctors who haven't been to medical school. Reading The Bible all out of context with no kind of healthy hermeneutic...Yet, folks get caught up in the fame of the gospel. Then mega ministries (not all) aren't doing the necessary work. It's sometimes disheartening when people engage with me and say, "why aren't more Christians like you?" Y'all can blame The Word Network for this random rant. Just know that seminary is NOT VBS, Sunday school or bible study. If it was only that, this time would be breezy. And the REAL sad part, is that the Black Church is mainly made up of women...who cosigns this foolishness the most.

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  17. Pastor Preaches "These Hoes Ain't Loyal" Please tell me that I misheard. Jamal Bryant didn't just quote Chris Brown's theory on women and loyalty did he? Please tell me I didn't hear what I think I heard!

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  18. I used to attend his church and he caters largely to his flock that this type of language would resonate with. He's definitely said more controversial things and is known for using song lyrics to get his point across. My only problem is you can't aim for NAACP level leadership w/ high profile cases like Trayvon and Bring Our Girls Back and then do things like this. Unfortunately, one doesn't allow for the other. It ruins your cred. Not to mention he is a well-educated, incredibly articulate man who could have thought of a million ways to communicate what he wanted to say better. So he needs to simply choose which way he wants to go and stick w/ it. One way requires far more discipline and holding himself to higher standards.

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  19. You are %100 correct! Well said!

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  20. Lord Please !!! forgive us for we have sinned against YOU and Your WORD...Help us to Follow and Submit back to the Basic Instruction Before Leaving Earth and that's the BIBLE...That's made me feel bad for all the grandmother's, mother's, aunties, sisters, and daughters who heard that... That Pastor shouldn't have preached a sermon saying "These whoes ain't Loyal" I feel so bad " And all them woman cheering"...please continue to keep Pastor Jamal Bryant lifted up in Prayer..."Cover him in Jesus name!"

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  21. Can this church be saved? Is there away to bring balance back to this man? I know there is a way, and I think it's time for Rev. Jamal Bryant to reevaluate himself away from this church. He needs to step down. This is disgraceful and throws a lot of unneeded attention to the AME denominations and black churches as a whole. His behavior will increasingly get worse until, he self destructs, taking many with him. I know due to politics, that he won't be removed by the Presiding Elder, so God I ask your will be done.

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  22. pastor Jamal Bryant you should not have used the words these hoes ain't loyal the reason being is that people and women are called hoes enough in the streets they don't need to be referred to Hoes at church I do love your preaching and ministry but this is bad god bless you and I will be praying for you

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  23. I'll go back to childhood on this one to, Sticks and stones may break my bones but words can never hurt me Especially if I don't fit the description. If the shoe doesn't fit don't wear it. If he didn't step on your foot stop hollering. Teach women not to be the names they don't want to be called. If women would stop trying so hard to do things to please a man she could save herself a lot of these adjectives. Real Women will begin to help other Women rather than be so offended by the words of a Man that they take no action in helping each other. Together we can stand! We are stronger than we act so act like it. The truth shall make you free!

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