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Reader  interesting read! We have got to reach out to this generation. We have to lovingly mentor this generation. There world is way different that what some of us had. We lead by example. What happen from one generation to the next? Where did the ball get dropped? If he isn't the center of our life, walk, the way we entreat an react then how do we except Him to be theirs?!! "The psychic services industry — which includes astrology, aura reading, mediumship, tarot-card reading and palmistry, among other metaphysical services — grew 2% between 2011 and 2016. It is now worth $2 billion annually, according to industry analysis firm IBIS World".
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Preacher Devon Franklin And Meagan Good Bullied A Saint Of God?!?!?

 
 

Reader do you think Meagan Good  has a moral obligation to dress a certain way because she's married to a preacher? Does showing her cleavage or wearing fitted clothes make her less of a Christian? Those and other similar questions are being asked in social media after  Devon Franklin "Angry" approach with a church heckler Sunday night, at One Church LA.  Some are saying Devon Franklin and Megan Good missed an opportunity to speak to the "old school church traditionalists" regarding dress code and the "new school avant gardes" who wear "whatever.


I don't think the lady did anything wrong. She just stated her opinion. Nothing more nothing less.  I think he was kinda ratchet with his response and took it personal. Also why did he have to come to his wife defense. I am sure she could have shut that down. It was equally sad that they asked the lady to leave. Why because she asked an honest question and one that has been talked about in the press.  It appears that times have changed in the church but to be nasty to someone and in church because you don't like their opinion. The lady expressed herself well. I guess they mad cause that prayer cloth got pulled."

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His "Angry" approach with the church lady, Sunday night, could have been flipped. Mr. Franklin, could have used HUMOR to address the situation with this woman. Besides, So Many Articles in print Media have addressed Megan's low cleavage and whorish dressing that Devon and Megan should have come "prepared." Maybe, some conservative and risque outfits, plus....allowing the young congregation at One Church LA, to model different outfits and come to a group consensus regarding "what Is appropriate" for today's church ingenue or maven would have been more meaningful than BASHING this lady This so-called "Troll"was actually BULLIED by Devon and Megan's "celebrity" status, when in actuality, her Brazen Question could have been turned into an Amazing Teaching Moment instead of a Public Humiliation....for all parties involved. The "troll" was humiliated because she was DEMONIZED and asked to leave by the church enforcers. The couple, Megan and Devon, were humiliated, the morning after, because the Public, including myself, expected MORE from an M-O-G....Man of GOD!

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  1. I think the question could have been asked better. There was no love. She could have said..... As a Christian woman in hollywood how do you cope with the critique you recieve regarding your red carpet outfits.? Devon on the other hand was just covering his wife.

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    1. I saw on another post where a young man said he never saw a man stand up for his lady in this way.. He loved it.... If nothing else, her husband protected her. That in itself is worth it. So many are fixated on the attire... Look past the surface and see exactly what happened here... Church folk this is a new generation give them words of encouragement and show them the way... Don't forget you didn't just arrive where you are. This road takes dying to self daily. But your so busy judging the outer you can't see the heart. That says a lot about your relationship with God.

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  2. Ms.Ann I admire him for standing up and defending his wife. Did you see his protection for her when he moved closer to her? That is what a husband does. They feel like GOD bought them together So let no man tear APART.

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  3. No it doesn't make her less of a Christian but it is absolutely inappropriate and not a great example for her husband.

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  4. For people to be calling that woman a troll is unacceptable...That woman is not a troll. She shared her opinion based on her ability to read.. the BIBLE. People get on my nerves. You can't say anything these days without someone catching feelings. God did say cover up. You don't like it? Meagan don't like it? The PREACHER disagrees? Well, take it up with Jesus cuz it ain't none of our business. I personally don't care but let's not act like the commandment isn't there. Seriously, yall do too much. It's not a judgement when it's the truth. Smh it's called correction. Are they so perfect that they can't be corrected? Chile, I'm through.

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    1. Cherie Washington I agree she's not a troll. She has a point. Her delivery and timing maybe was inappropriate. But she has a point. Most Christians just don't think like that anymore. There was a time when they did.

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  5. I this female wasn't dressing in the manner of a common hooche in public, then the lady probably would not have presented the question.

    Bottom line is, her seductive dressing brought out the appropriate question. She's supposed to be a "woman of god" and a pastors wife. She can be sexy, and lady like and bring respect to herself and her husband. She showed NO CLASS in her dress code.

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  6. I’m fixin do some clappin (whatever that means) now.

    First of all, I thought the young lady who asked the question articulated sincerely, honestly, and biblically. She expressed how she wrestled with the idea of even coming to the event, but showed up anyway. So for those of you who would question her as being “unloving”, maybe you should consider at least her effort to wrestle against her conscience, and then show up.

    Second, for all the praises hailed at Devon…he “stood up” for his wife…AGAINST A WOMAN! He would have really showed chivalry if he defended her against some dude. In my opinion, his wife should have handled the lady’s questions. And yes Devon, she did ask a question, YOU are going to cover-up, right? No kudos from me Devon!

    Thirdly, there are Bible verses pointing specifically the role of a husband. It’s called Ephesians 5:25-27 and it reads as such: Husbands, love your wives, even as Christ also loved the church, and gave himself for it; That he might sanctify and cleanse it with the washing of water by the word, that he might present it to himself a glorious church, not having spot, or wrinkle, or any such thing; but that it should be holy and without blemish. Women are so quick to tune into the first part of the verse where the husband is to love her like Christ loves the church, but want to downplay his role to wash her with the water of the word and so on. I say anything that needs washing must be dirty and I am not being chauvinistic or misogynistic about this either because I believe woman like man, is created in the image of God. Devon role is to teach his wife how she needs to line up to the word of God. That she should present to modesty in her dress. 1 Timothy 2:9,10 “In like manner also, that women adorn themselves in modest apparel, with shamefacedness and sobriety; not with broided hair, or gold, or pearls, or costly array; But (which becometh women professing godliness) with good works”.

    Modesty is not a cultural thing, nor does it change from generation to generation. All this garbage about being “sexy” is so of the world. The Bible teaches women should be virtuous. A virtuous woman is more precious than ruby. I mean if we are going to call ourselves Christians, we ought to at least aspire to its’ doctrine and practices. We are peculiar people, and are supposed to be different, not fit in with the world. None of us is perfect, but we should not push back (or clap back) at the TRUTH.

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  8. I understand everyone point of vie The comments from the lady could have been taking a few ways.

    First perspective might think that she was trying to be sneaky because she knew what she wanted to say when she got dressed to come there(because she said based on that little thing, she wasn't going to come) and she just sugar coated it so that she could get to her real point. The fact that she mentioned pushing back judgement was because she had already went there at the store and then while she was standing there addressing the situation. Also she didn't ask her to cover up, she talked to her like a child, "so we gon to cover up, right?" That's more of a statement than a question. Had she posed it as "do you think as a pastor's wife is more appropriate for you to cover up or is that something that you struggle with?" it may have gone over smoother. She was kind of ratchet in her delivery which generated a rapid ratchet, though it may not have been appropriate either.

    Another perspective is that she was nervous to ask the question but if she opened her mouth to say it then she should have made sure she phrased it in the correct way so that it wouldn't seem like a personal attack.
    We are all flesh and blood and when you bother someone I really love, something says that I need to come for you to protect mine, it's not always right, it's sometimes subconscious and we have to ask God to feel with it before we speak. That's hard because the moment is fleeting but the sting can last a lifetime do nevertheless we must work toward correcting our weaknesses.
    It's not about him being a man stepping to a woman it was about him seeing his wife vulnerability and knowing that she wasn't able to respond at that time, hince her tears. It's not cool to haphazardly question his manhood if you don't know Him, that's her husband ain't it?. Like he said he's from Oakland and we don't play. So much respect to the couple and to the woman, it's bad that they put her out but how could she sit there after that? I don't know. #awkward

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    1. Yeah and referencing he's from Compton to a young lady is Christian response either. You seem to want to judge the lady's way she posed the question, but sanction what Devon said about being from Compton and he don't play. ARE YOU SERIOUS? Christ said turn the other cheek.

      His wife claims to be a Christian, She is a "Pastor's wife". You say she was "vulnerable". Why? The woman questioned her immodest dress, very, very low cut cleavage? I'm a man, and I know what how most men react when they see how she is exposed. Maybe that's what Devon should be adressing, but I digress...

      Even if the woman did not articulate in a way you and others said she should have, his wife with all her "Christian" credentials, should have been able to give an answer for the hope that lies within her. Modesty and dress should really be a first grade subject. It comes to the front all the time. She is not vulnerable at all. She's in conflict. And when strong Christians address her about it, she is guilty and or in denial. SORRY, I'm not buying into the respect thing for this couple.

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    2. ***Yeah and referencing he's from Compton to a young lady is NOT A Christian response either...

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  9. I'm going to say this again and I already know it's going to be a problem and folks gon try it.....beware:-)

    For them this is a doctrinal issue....most denominational folks don't believe in Holiness or anything of the sort. AME, CME, Baptist, FGB, SOME COGIC....Believe that pretty much anything goes. If you were baptized a certain way or in a certain name, or just the dogma alone qualify a person into heaven.....WRONG

    most have followed the way of the world and carnal state DON'T JUDGE to erase the standard the word has set for believers. Most people follow the doctrine of their church and not the word of God established by God through the Holy Spirit.

    That's why he so boldly and wrongfully stated....."SHE CAN WEAR WHAT SHE WANTS TO WEAR....IN JESUS NAME!.....and the carnal crowd cheers to cosign.

    There's a real saved and a Hollywood saved.....Hollywood saved you party, cuss ,smoke cigar, drink Hennessy to relax, have casual sex and you're a Christian. Real Saved folks have conviction and respect for the Christ that lives inside. So after he makes his statement he over doses her with kisses and hugs to Affirm his position which he would call covering her.

    Now all yall who read what I said...before you try and come for me with religious jargon please read and know your bible....otherwise keep your opinion.

    For Example when Vanity got Saved she left Hollywood. She was extremely beautiful, young, and an actress and an artist but the 2 lives didn't mix so she quit.....otherwise there who claim christianity do everything they did in the world...........so Meagan either need a good dose of the Holy Ghost or her husband needs to assist her and wash her with the water if the word.

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    1. @ Anonymous…No problem with me at all. You are spot on!. You crack me up..."the carnel crowd cheers to cosign"... "OVERDOSES WITH KISSES AND HUGS"...A real saved and a Hollywood saved"...HILARIOUS, but SOOOO TRUE...!!!

      ANYWAYS...Remember… the young lady who addressed Devon’s wife so wisely started out saying “you gotta have the Holy Ghost”. Now she may not have been 100% biblical with her interpretation here (but then again she could have been), but I think she made a high point to say there is a standard Christian woman and wives should hold to when it comes to the issue of modesty. The more I think about this young lady’s stance, the more I appreciated her courage and boldness for the Lord. Some call her a troll. Some said about Devon, he was O SO WONDERFUL. Keep in mind that when you read the Bible, The Lord always used broken things and things that appear to be “lowly” in the eyes of men. Those who sit high, He had no use for them. Maybe there is a lesson in what took place here. IJS…

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  10. I admire Min Devon and Megan's journey. I think its admirable that they waited to have sex until they got married. However, any husband that lets their wife go out the house showing darn near all her breasts and nipples, problems. She is obviously seeking attention that she is not getting at home. Im married and if my wife ever wore some mess like that, she would not make it out the house.

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  11. Regardless of the method of delivery, Gods work is at hand. I bet Megan will begin dressing in a manner that represents Christ and commands Respect. No judgement.

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  12. All of you are judging and don't even realize it....it's sad and that's why the world is so messed up today. Stop trying to figure out somebody's soul and pay attention to your own and what God is calling you to do.

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