Is Church Hurt REAL???


So this whole “church hurt” thing is really becoming an issue. How do you all personally feel about that? I’ve heard people say it doesn’t exist and I totally disagree with that idea.  Do I believe “church hurt” exist? Absolutely!  As someone who has been in church all my life and have seen it first hand, it do exist. Church hurt can be inflicted from the pulpit down to us hurting one another in the pews, choir, usher board, deacon board, greeters, and praise team ministry, etc. 
What do you all think?

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  1. The church is comprised of flawed individuals. All of whom needs grace and compassion. But one thing I realized, is only what you do for Christ will last.

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    1. The reason why there is a lot of church hurtful happening is because deliverance and repentance is not being preached....not all church people are bad people. im a leader in the church and im not going to bad mouth the body of Christ. there are loving and understanding Christians. the problem is Christians who still live worldly lives.

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    2. Ms. Anne I agree with your post but that is not what the church as a whole teaches.
      We are teaching people that if they have a weakness or issue that something is wrong with them or their salvation THAT is not scriptural- that is personal bias and attitudes.
      We don't have it all together NOBODY does and for some in leadership to make it seem like they are "perfected" and have no issues is what is causing the problem.

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    3. You get that attitude most from the Pentecostals, and other denominations who teach the doctrine of holiness. Most of these churches do not teach right the doctrine of salvation. If doctrine is false along these lines, then teachings pertaining to Christian living will be Off based as well. The problem is people love these type churches because they enjoy the emotionalism and the experiences that comes with it. That is why it's so important we become committed to daily reading of God's Word, and seeking the LORD waiting patiently as He lead us to find a church home where doctrine and practical living is true. What it all boils down to is GOD saved us, and gave each of us a gift. We need to step out on faith and use it. Stop focusing your energy on the negative. The Bible says our young men shall dream dreams and see visions. Seek God to lead you to ministry. And even at that you will face obstacles and trials, the LORD say you must endure. The LORD said he suffered and we should arm ourselves to do the same. Even at that, you will experience MUCH JOY and FRUIT, and SATISFACTION, and GROWTH and all the fruit the SPIRIT brings.

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  2. The woman who wrote the article is biased because she is a lesbian who believes her lifestyle should be accepted.

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    1. YOU. All you got to do is consider the source.

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    2. May I ask how is the article biased? And what in the world do her lifestyle have to do with her opinion?

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  3. This issue of "church" hurt is being talked about a lot recently. I hope someone can explain what it means, and let the Bible speak on this issue. I see no evidence the way people are using the phrase in Scriptures. The Bible is the WORD of God. It weighs way more than any man's opinion!.

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  4. If a person disagrees with what a pastor teaches, let him know why and give reasons based on Scriptures.

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  5. If a brother or sister behave unseemingly towards you, approach him or he, but ultimately it's your duty to forgive them.

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  6. If the local congregation is operating in false doctrine, rebuke and reprove. If false teachings continue. Leave.

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  7. Confess YOUR FAULTS (not the faults of others) one to another.

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  8. Jeremiah said "Woe is me for my hurt! my wound is grievous; but I said, Truly this is a grief, and I must bear it."

    The prophet was hurt because of the spiritual state of God's people. Where is this type "church hurt" of these so-called prophets today?

    Jeremiah said "and I must bear it"...patiently and quietly, since it is of God, and is justly brought upon the people for their sins.

    Why is there no outcry for "hurt" as the prophet did so hear. Elder Carter said he is hurt by the spiritual condition of the COGIC. Yet many judge this man.

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  9. I don't know that I'd call it church hurt, but there is a general sense of people being dissatisfied church. I find that church's can be filled with exclusive cliques that alienate some while being inclusive to others. I also find that there are many bullies, busy bodies, and gossip mongers in church, which tarnishes the validity of the church. Who wants to voluntarily subject themselves to such a toxic environment? Especially when you can achieve more peace of mind and a greater sense of spirituality at home with your bible. Going to church is a tradition that is loosing its value. People just do not want to be bothered and are leaving the church for good, at rapid rates.

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  10. Churches aren't perfect, because people arent perfect...including YOU.

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    1. But that is not what churches are preaching today.

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  11. Church hurt doesn't exist. The church is a body of imperfect people. Of course imperfect people are going to make mistakes and bad decisions but as soon as it happens in the church people want to claim they are hurt and walk away from the church. These same people never walk away from jobs, stores or restaurants when mistakes or bad decisions are made. There are thousands of churches but somehow the entire church gets blamed for actions of a few.

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    1. Not quite! There are many of people who have quit their jobs and walked away from stores and restaurants because of mistreatment. In addition, attending church is voluntary - no one's home is going into foreclosure because they quit church. And the entire church is not being blamed as there are thousands of churches that are thriving and doing very well. But disregarding and dismissing the very REAL experiences of church hurt doesn't do much to strengthen your argument.

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    2. You do get the impression that the entire church is being blamed, when it appears to be a few people telling their one-sided stories become offended.

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    3. i.e. Le'Andria talking about how Marvin Winans walked by her and didn't speak to her.

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    4. Did the church hurt Le'Andria or did Le'Andria hurt the church with the way she behaved before her "apology"? Is it true that if the church can hurt us we can hurt the church? I'm just asking.

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  12. "The church and Christianity is the only place you can get robbed and no one calls the police..." - Le'Anderia Johnson

    Hurt people hurt people. I am tired of the entire "Church" or "Christianity" being blamed for an individual or a group's ungodly behavior. The scriptures gives us guidance on how to handle situations when the brethern offends you, but instead people are hiding behind social media with tell-alls. L. Johnson uses "church hurt" as an excuse in her apology for her actions - wake up LeAndria, "we will not be judged on how people treat us, we will be judged on how we treat people." She's apologized, but now she needs to restore the relationships she has broken in the church and Christianity because of her actions.

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    1. LIKE - "we will not be judged on how people treat us, we will be judged on how we treat people."

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  13. Yes, its real and some have never experienced it but these days keep holding on and be prayed up...
    You will.

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    1. Absolutely right! Many dismiss it, because the cliques they’re in, hasn’t turned on them yet!

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    2. Exactly lol they can hold on and wait. It's coming. I been in COGIC all my life and I can tell you BELIEVE me none of them in positions should ever say a word.
      Look at what they did to Mother Rivers?
      You don't think that hurt her?
      She is dealing with it but I guarantee you that hurt her deeply.
      I was told that I praised God too much and when you praise God too much you not saved.
      I was sitting right there in service.
      I was up doing praise and worship, well they called it testimony service when I was coming up and the church mother got up mocking me and said I was trying to preach.
      I was sitting right there.
      No one came back and told me WHY it looked like I was praising God too much or told me why I shouldn't do what I did they just got up in front of the church and blasted me openly.
      That scarred me.
      Yo be honest to this day I am just now getting back in the church and learning to praise God freely.

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    3. Chance I’m sorry you experienced that.

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    4. I see. I think most of us have had an experience with church members like what you just explained. Like Detrick said, you were not hurt by the church, but rather by certain individuals. I get what you are saying. Unlike many others here, thanks for sharing what you meant.

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  14. What frustrates me is that people are victimizing and shaming those victims without discernment, compassion, or love. This is a real issue. There are some who went through real abuse and it wasn't because they were bad members. It's horrible and yes it continues.

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    1. Everybody wants to talk about the church hurt of others. If many believe "church hurt" to be REAL, tell us about YOUR hurt and what you did biblically to resolve it. No one suffered more than Christ. Maybe we really need to look deeply at his pain and follow His example. I've asked several questions in just this post alone and have not gotten ONE answer.

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    2. People have spoken about their hurt and their resolve was to leave the church. Christ is divine so his tolerance level is way above ours. He died so that we can be free, but instead we enslave ourselves to a dogma that hurts and divides.

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    3. People like who? Le'Leadria? Yeah right? And she did explain so well didn't she? Marvin Winans walked by her and didn't speak to her. The music industry has issues, an industry she is a part of? Church hurt my Foot!. No need to mention about dogma that divides. Christ is all about separating. One day he will separate you from the wheat.

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    4. The haughty attitude that you're displaying now is part of the offensive air that contributes to Church hurt. Christ himself, who was the actual savior, wasn't as arrogant and argumentative and he's the one who actually knew all of the answers.

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    5. You think so? I disagree.

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  15. There is no special sermon that can be preached for church hurt individuals. The gospel is what saves and the Holy Ghost is what keeps an individual from a myriad of sins such as lust, depression, anger, hurt, pain, and all works of the flesh and spirit.

    If the preaching of the Word cant help a "church hurt" person than nothing will. Its the individuals choice to apply the Word exactly how it says to apply it, and at the end of the day, if a person chooses to still be hurt, Jesus is not coming down to die on the cross again.

    Final thoughts, Christ died once and for all, YOU have the option to push past this and God has given every tool and equipment for us to use to get us out of the states we are in. Find a local bible teaching church (one that still teaches there is a heaven, there is a hell, and you must live holy in order to see a holy God) and I promise you, you WILL be delivered from church hurt. Dont sit in these places that stay on one topic like finances and blessings. You have the option to walk away from that place. Thats why you cant get past your hurt. Your eating at the wrong table and NOT reading your Word!

    Jump off this church hurt bandwagon and start living victoriously. You gonna mess around and claim to be hurt and God is going to come and you and the church hurt bandwagon will be left behind. Thats how serious this thing is.

    There is no language or words on earth that could be uttered in the face of God to convince Him why you still remained hurt after He has already given you 66 books of FREEDOM!

    The purity of the Word of God can alter your thought process until you'll be free from church hurt and you'll start helping other people be free just by applying the Word!

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    1. But you don't have to attend church to be saved and make it into heaven. Living victoriously can also mean not subjecting yourself to organized religion.

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    2. I take Hebrews 10:25 literally when it says "Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is (which clearly means there were people that had the same idea as you who were not going to church..key word here is "as the manner of some is").

      I honor and obey that scripture when I go to a physical church building and or when I have home bible studies in my house or someone elses.

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    3. Three like minded people can assemble in the cafeteria at work. Going to church is NOT a requirement for being saved and making into heaven. It's a man made ritualistic tradition.

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    4. That's a BIG FAT LIE!. One would never get the idea from Scriptures the Acts of the Holy Spirit who established the Church, God designed it where three people meet in a cafeteria designated fellowship as a local church. You read the saints gathered the first day of the week, to honor the Lord and remember his death and ressurection, and breaking bread. The Spirit lead them into this way of fellowship. Paul established several local churches as he was ord by God. Nothing about this is ritualistic and man made. You idea is your opinion there people can meet in a cafeteria. You are delusional.

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    5. The Church as we know it is ritualistic and man made.

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    6. Show us proof from scripture that you DO NOT need to go to church (keeping in mind the definition of a church is not what you "might" see in some non biblical church congregations). Lets just see what scripture says on the matter. I gave scripture on why you ARE to go to church and another Anonymous user has cited examples of churches started after the day of Pentecost.... Has that ceased ? Should we not follow the patterns of the Apostles? Using scripture, prove your point...... because my ONE scripture is enough to shut your entire theory down. Hebrews 10:25 is an admonishment to the believers and a "shame on you" to those who dont follow the biblical teaching of going to a local assembly.

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    7. “For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son, that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life” ...Now show me where going to church is a requirement for making it into heaven and gaining eternal life. No amount of church attendance will guarantee eternal life. The thief on the cross next to Jesus never went to church but was saved because of his belief and acceptance of Jesus Christ as his lord and savior.

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    8. Good. You can teach the message of the GOSPEL. You find Paul admonishing not forsaking to assemble yourselves. YOU have to discern from reading the BOOKS of Act the Holy Spirit's leading the early saints. No it's not a requirement to be saved. The LORD in ACTS demonstrated in many ways Christians should fellowship as the NT Christians met on the first Day of the Week, came together to commemorate his death and resurrection, encouraged believers in the CHURCH AT CORINTH to use their gifts to edify the BODY, called deacons and deaconesses to serve the poor and the widows. The Spirit worked and used Paul to establish local churches. I mean...if you read just the BIBLE the Book of Acts and many of Paul's other writings, you get the sense of the necessity the local church and believer being a part of it. AGAIN FORSAKE NOT THE ASSEMBLING TOGETHER as a manner as some is.

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    9. Me teach the message of the Gospel? LOL, I'm wholly unqualified to do that!! My point, however, was that people do not have to be bound to a church if they feel mistreated. It's ok to take some time off and find one that is a good fit. And it's also ok if you never find that good fit.

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    10. You quoted John 3:16, Which is the Gospel NUMB NUMB. There is no bible basis to support your opinion never finding a good fit.

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  16. Church hurt is real and it is happening way more than it should. People need to realize that they will have to give an account for their evil ways����

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    1. Then TELL US ABOUT CHURCH HURT. All you all are saying is CHURCH hurt, Church, hurt, Church hurt. No real stories, SAD! The devil hates Christ, Christianity and the CHURCH. But God said "the gates of hell shall not prevail against it"!

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  17. Church hurt is real whether it's the woman who got body slammed by a security guard at one of the Potter House's churches or a pastor preaching that if you take antidepressants you gave a demon and need deliverance and don't know Jesus. But it's OK for other people to take their blood pressure or cholesterol or whatever other mess. Oh church hurt is real and so is prejudice in the church, not just white churches but it's also in the black churches. Le'andrea has been hurt and also is still healing from the loss of her brother. Why were there more posts against her, rather to pray for her. Sometimes I feel shamed to say I'm a Christian. I may just start calling myself a woman who loves Jesus.

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    1. That whole episode at Potter's House and you notice it was in the news only a day or two and went away.
      I bet she got a nice settlement to keep her mouth shut.

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    2. It says a lot about how REALLY hurt she was, if she got a nice settlement to keep her mouth shut.

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    3. Those who believe that “church hurt” doesn’t exist should stay in the building and gather with the like minded. Those who do, should leave, if they choose, and gather together in the cafeteria or as appropriate. The church “business” is the entity that will lose out. The body of Christ will live on.
      I don’t go to church organization and will never join another; however, since people are the church, I fellowship with like minded people wherever I may be. I have peace of mind. I love myself more, and I find God in more aspects of life because I’m not limited by the pastor/organization’s beliefs system. I think critically. I question everything, even God. I am better for it and secure in my relationship with God. I have found a sincere and personal relationship with God through Christ.
      I have to agree with Le’Andria.
      I pray that the church machine continues to fall/perish and people develop a relationship with God. Not the Bible and not the organization.

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    4. Going to a building does not guarantee one a seat in the Kingdom. Being faithful to service to me, means how you live your life outside the four walls AKA, church. Many are in the physical building every time the key is turned. But how are you treating people around you? Job, school, neighbor, coworker,etc. That’s where the true “you” lies. God knows where we are at all times of the day. I’m not going to continue to subject my spirit to be stressed because I’m not being fed! I can stay home, study, pray, YouTube one of my pastors and have praise and worship. God yet has gotten the glory!

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    5. And I’m not an avid fan of Paul. He is good to read, but I look at his writing more like advice, suggestions, a commentary. I focus more on the red letters. The Gospel. The Good News. CHRIST’s words and actions.

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    6. Well said Janice. Work out your own soul’s salvation.

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    7. .....with Fear and Trembling! Amen!

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    8. Hypnos...YOU can't find a relationship with GOD WITHOUT the Bible!

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  18. Some of these comments are TOTALLY ASININE!

    I’ve posed a question for all to cite personally a “church” hurt experience or the experience of someone they knew, and for days now have gotten nothing. Even the example with Le’Andria proves nothing but Marvin Winans walked by and didn’t speak, and how he about what goes on in the “music industry” where the majority of these folks aren’t even a part of His Body.

    Now you got folks here talking about meeting in a cafeteria with three people assuming under this format, “church hurt” is least likely to occur. Fact of the matter when an individual interacts with “one” person, conflict is likely to arise. So this analogy is ABSOLUTE ABSURD when selfish, sinful individual try to create circumstances to produce their own “happiness”. SORRY, that belief is FAR away from the teachings of Christ who says bless those who curse you, do good unto those who persecute you, love like I have love you, forgive if you are to be forgiven and SO FORTH and SO ON!

    And let it be known the DUFUS who is not and “avid fan” of PAUL, it was LUKE who wrote the Book of ACTS, the acts of the HOLY SPIRIT as he added thousands to the church daily. All Scriptures is given for inspiration (God breathed) as the Holy Ghost inspired men to write. I mean…all this silliness to invent your own way is blasphemy. Again the whole Book of ACT reads “church”, attending church, fellowshipping with God’s people in a building, to commemorate the LORD in His resurrection, and His Ordinance. The saints gathered as even the head church was established in Judea. Offices were assigned, missionaries were sponsored, offerings were collected, saints were admonished to encourage one another in song, PAUL established churches in many places as he suffered to travel his missionary journeys. The establishment of these churches were a miracle, because the Jews worshipped in their flesh in the synagogues and many today want to blind their eyes and decide out of carnality not to serve LORD in church. It's EVEN PURE FOOLISHNESS, IGNORANT "believers" here pull for straws to want to argue church attendance is not necessary for SALVATION. UNREAL!

    The LORD says so much how to handle a sinning brother in the church. The Bible is clear if your brother has an OUGHT against YOU (not you against your brother) leave your gift at the altar and settle that matter with your brother to MAKE it RIGHT!

    The Christian walk is not easy. But we make it hard when we create our own rules to do our own thing to keep us COMFORTABLE! Sorry, Christ suffered, and we must likewise arm ourselves to do the same. So many have fallen by the waste side because they HAVE LEFT THE BUILDING!


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    1. Say what you want, but church today is NOT like church of yesterday. The prosperity message is all that’s being preached today. Preachers living large and in charge, while members lights getting turned off, no food to feed their kids, but he’s got steak and eggs for breakfast. If I attend service one day out of the week, I’m not neglecting to assembly. As far as fellowship goes with them? No thanks! Being alone=no drama. When I do attend, at “amen” I hit the door to the parking lot. We are the church, but assembling in the building with church folks has caused pain that the worldly people has never done. And besides, you expect it from the world, but not from your “brothers and sisters” in Christ. Just because no one took you up on your offer of printing what you requested, sweetie don’t minimize true hurt inflicted by “church folks!”

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    2. Again tell us about your personal hurt, SWEETIE.

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    3. Hunny dumpling, why do we have to share it with you? Are you a magician as well as being anonymous?

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    4. Once again. All talk and no proof. Just a bunch of folks involved rebellion. What a Shame!

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    5. Your claim of church hurt is a lie.

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    6. You’re in denial! I have absolutely nothing to prove to you! God has the record, He is the Just Judge! Good evening!

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    7. You are Bitter and full of strife.

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    8. The church of yesterday had problems too. Read Acts and all Paul's epistles, the many problems he addressed. You heard nothing of church heart and people leaving to be on their own.

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  19. Could the two "Anonymous" posters do something to better distinguish yourselves more? One of you makes a lot of sense while the other one is a crazy loon! It's the crazy one that I wish to avoid.

    Now, AMEN! Sister Janice Houston!!! "Church hurt" (and I hate that term) is very real and unfortunately people define it differently. Sorry, but I don't view someone walking by you without speaking nearly as damaging as church elders instructing a woman (or man) to go back to an abusive relationship; women (or men) who by definition have been physically raped and yet the victims are told to forgive their rapists; individuals shunned by the membership (for whatever reason i.e. out of wedlock pregnancy) and never forgiven. On and on. But, a person's "hurt" is their hurt.

    But, my question to others is; What about accountability? Whether it be the person that felt that hurt or the one(s) hurting others. Where is everyone's accountability in all of this?

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    1. When someone walks by you and don't speak, FORGIVE THEM!

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    2. Shouldn't matter which Anonymous responds. This is a BLOG!

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    3. I refuse to expose my story! I went to the “bishop/pastor” and told him what the pastor he appointed over a congregation did to my 3 year old child. Now, you figure out the rest, since you said “church hurt” is a lie! I respectfully say, you’re a liar, and the truth is NOT in you. Several more stories I could be expounding on, but I won’t. Like I said, I have absolutely NOTHING to prove to you nor the people that think like you! Just because you may not have experience hurt by church folks, don’t ever minimize the next person hurt! Very insensitive and ignorant of you to do so! Now, anonymous, I am through going back and forth with you! Because, because if I were to continue to tell true accounts of church folks hurting people, I’d shut the internet down!

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    4. In your case, if its true, your story is totally different than LeAndria''s. I could not get a grip around church hurt in her case. So when you all piggy-backed off her, I wanted to know for sure. I was not trying to minimize anyone's experience. I hate the term church hurt because it tends to imply the actions of the entire church, when it seems only fault can be seen in a few individuals. I think Detrick (who by the way I have many problems with) was CORRECT the way he explained. All this stuff about leaving to start a church in cafeteria and failing to fellowship because of a few is RIDICULOUS! God's commandments are not BURDENSOME!

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    5. @Janice Houston; I am so sorry the incident that you and your child had to endure. If what I'm thinking (and I hope that I'm wrong) happened it's just... indescribable your pain. But, if I may sort of use you as en example (and please... there is no need to share your personal experiences), this is an example of church negligence and where the church did not come to the aid of the victim. I can almost hear it now... senior clergy advising a parent and child (the victims) to forgive their abuser because that is what Jesus says to do. Or, this is "their" test from God, etc. This is what the Catholic leadership told the many victims of Priests and others over the many years even though people's lives were destroyed. And, "RELIGIOUS ABUSE" (there! I like that term better) is not new or owned by one religious denomination. Yes! We must forgive our abuser but that forgiveness shouldn't dismiss them from the accountability of their abusive action.

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    6. Hurt is a feeling one encounter personally.

      How about just "hurt", "embarrassed", "sadness", "angry" (of which the LORD say we can be anger and sin not), "upset", "confused", "ashamed", etc. These are EMOTIONS!

      However this lesbo who authored this article here, wants to come up with her psychological description as if there is some expert who have studied and researched.

      Like I told you before, Rape is a CRIME. It's against the law that one can pursue per legal ramifications. I outlined the biblical approach to the question you seem to keep raising a preacher raping a woman. In addition, you can know of many stories of rape victims who have forgiven their assailant, and never once mention anything holding them accountable.

      And one more thing... Stop kissing up to be Janice Houston's friend.

      MESSY!

      LOL...

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    7. It's Sunday. Headed out the door to "CHURCH"!

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    8. Clara Barton, founder of the American Red Cross, was reminded one day of a vicious deed that someone had done to her years before. But she acted as if she had never even heard of the incident. "Don't you remember it?" her friend asked. "No," came Barton's reply, "I distinctly remember forgetting it."

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  20. An example of how the church should respond when someone says they have experienced church hurt is what Dr. Smith (Pastor of HOH Atl) did today during his service. He shared a story about when his church leaders refused to dedicate a baby in 2014 that had lesbian parents. The decision was made one day before the baby's dedication. The mother emailed Dr. Smith to let him know that the church's decision to not dedicate the child, hurt her. That mother was in church for the first time today since the incident and Dr. Smith offered a public apology to her on behalf their institution. He even offered to dedicate the now 3 year old child.

    Check it out here
    https://www.facebook.com/hohatl/videos/10160580136575285/ fast forward to about 1:27:00.

    Kudos to Dr.Smith!

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    1. I see. Spoke like a true gray troll. This is not an example of church hurt. This IS a false teacher about his carnal business to gay affirm. Rather than dedicate that child, if he was a real pastor, he should have preached the gospel to these perverts and let them know that the pain of rejection they feel now, compared nothing to what they will feel in hell.

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    2. *Spoken like a true gay troll...

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    3. Who are you to say what "church hurt" is? So you suggest he not dedicate an innocent child back to God because of the sins of the parents? WOW!!! You may not agree with it, but I celebrate Dr. Smith for seeking forgiveness for offending the mother and her family.

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    4. I agree with you "Anonymous Sane". When did we start penalizing the children for the sins (if you believe same-sex relationships to be a sin) of the parents? There was sort of a similar case in Detroit MI where a "doctor" refused to treat the child of lesbian couple because of her religious convictions. C'mon now! The doctor was rightfully admonished by her colleagues. But, I write this again... people should not get "caught up" in the "gay whatever". These people are just being used as an excuse. Make no mistake that as the religious nuts attack gays that the attacking of Blacks (which we're seeing already) and Jews is just around the corner. We have been there already and don't ever think that we can't go back.

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    5. Get real! The child is not making the decision. The two women living unnatural are!

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    6. Same sex marriage is a sin. They turned the truth of God into a BIG FAT LIE! GOD founded marriage, one man one woman. Don't bring the child into this.

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  21. Ms. Ann keeps deleting comments and articles when people don’t agree with her! Lmao! This is a blog, let people speak, everyone isn’t going to agree with you. Looks like you’re being hypocritical. Bring back the articles about Dewey Smith!! This is the season to expose!

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    1. BOOM!!!

      She'll delete these as WELL!

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    2. Anonymous you are too funny. Obnoxious deleted comments too, these bloggers are probably being compensated! Why else would they be filtering like they are! Haha

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    3. Anonymous I’m not deleting comments that I don’t agree, it’s more to it than that. Trust me!

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    4. "Laughter is medicine to the soul."

      I've been told I can crack people up.

      I got the gift.

      Ms. Ann is REALLY holding me BACK! She needs to loosen up.

      I mean... just look at her picture. Didn't even crack a smile.

      BOOM...you know the REST!

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    5. Ms. Ann, why did you remove the post about Dr. Smith?

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    6. What is it then Ms. Ann? Have you been threatened again to be sued ? Don’t be afraid. He can’t sue you for posting what’s TRUE.

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    7. There is definitely some wickedness going on in high places.

      They probably got something on Ms. Ann.

      Oh Boy!

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  22. He said where two or three are gathered together in my Name, there am I in the midst. Again NOT going to a physical building, won’t send you to hell. Going to a physical building doesn’t qualify u a heavenly seat as well.

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    1. Look lil lady...

      Don't come here with your half cocked gun cause you ain't firing no bullets OKAY.

      The passage is about "Christian Discipline" which in my opinion you REALLY need a LOT OF.

      The Scriptures teach if a BROTHER sins against you, go to him alone to straiten out the matter ALONE.

      If he refuses to hear YOU, take another BROTHER with YOU.

      If he fails to hear YOU, Tell it to the "CHURCH" ( a congregation of people...Where do you think these people met? on the STREETS? IN a CAVE? By the WAYSIDE?)

      You are so bent against the BIBLE it's beginning to become nauseating. Instead of being lazy just to settle to satisfy your own flesh and being a true warrior through prayer and seeking Him, you back down and acquiesce and develop the mind of a backslider.

      Don't come here quoting Bible OUT OF CONTEXT to make the Bible say what you want it to say.

      And another thing, when you reply back to me, make sure you do it in a way that you RESPECT YOUR ELDER!!!

      BOOM goes the D Y N O M I T E!!!

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    1. If he fails to hear YOU, Tell it to the "CHURCH" ( a congregation of people...Where do you think these people met? on the STREETS? IN a CAVE? By the WAYSIDE?)

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