Pastor A.R Bernard Interview At The Breakfast Club!


Reader hands down this it the best breakfast club interview I have ever heard.  Pastor A. R. Bernard discusses his book "Four Things Women Want From A Man", being able to forgive and maturing with The Breakfast Club.

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  1. This was a very good interview.

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    1. What was good about it DC Joe?

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  2. Didn’t like this interview at all.

    I think the idea of these clowns from the Breakfast Club interviewing anyone of “Christian” spirituality is a JOKE. I doubt they would say to Farrakhan some of the things they said to this “Christian” pastor. I mean…joking “your epiphany is because of “the smell of bacon”, “you caught the Holy Ghost”, “does that mean you were cheating” etc. The shade, the dig is really SILLY!

    I personally had no care for the psycho-babble dished out by A R Bernard. Language like epiphany, balance, strength, decisiveness, inner boundary, consistency, identity, self- belonging, image and “four things” woman wants from a man at least according to his “experience”. Where is the Bible in all of this? I mean...statements like “when men becomes the men women can admire, it really liberates her”. This falls in line with the old adage “A good man is hard to find”. Seems to me the Scriptures indicate a good wife is like a jewel of great value, a rare jewel, making them (a good wives) hard to find.

    We have got to be careful we don’t allow to deceptions of feminism to creep into our ideology. You read all about the virtuous woman in Proverbs 31, the TITUS 2 woman, Paul’s admonition for the wife to submit to their own husbands, and you get nothing of an inkling a woman’s need for a man to “step” up to be liberated.

    Many women are deceived by this foolishness looking for a man to “free” her, they use men as an excuse for their personal ills. The LORD has a great call for women, and the capabilities for her to function in His commands for her. Looking simply at Titus 2 alone, for both men and women really, you get to see independent commands given to each:
    That the aged men be sober, grave, temperate, sound in faith, in charity, in patience.
    3 The aged women likewise, that they be in behaviour as becometh holiness, not false accusers, not given to much wine, teachers of good things;
    4 That they may teach the young women to be sober, to love their husbands, to love their children,
    5 To be discreet, chaste, keepers at home, good, obedient to their own husbands, that the word of God be not blasphemed.
    6 Young men likewise exhort to be sober minded.

    This guy is nothing but a low rate motivational psychologist.

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    1. Anonymous are you serious? I have much respect for Pastor A.R Bernard in this interview, what a class act. And I will give two thumbs up to the Breakfast Club for doing a great job, considering they are secular in nature. What continue to repeat in my head is Pastor Bernard’s comment regarding forgiveness, selfishness and being bitter “What you see with your eyes, and hear with your ears are colored by the conditions of your heart”. Pastor A.R. Bernard and the CCC family, Grace & Peace.

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    2. Joyce Smith it was a Epic, Epic, Epic interview...so much knowledge and perspective from him and The Breakfast Club crew, great dialogue in a respectful manner...absolutely loved this...thank you so much for doing this and asking articulate and real life changing questions....much love and respect from Canada!

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  3. See Joyce...exactly what I mean...just the quote you made about"what I see with my eyes and hear with my ears are colored by the condition of my heart". Sounds good by not biblical at all, for the Bible says out of the abundance of THE HEART THE MOUTH SPEAKS". WE got to stay away for coming up with our on truths, creating our own tradition. This is exactly what the pharisees did in Matthew 15. They change the Word of God...the Lord says one thing...they say something totally different.AGAIN...Matthew 15:18 "But those things which proceed out of THE MOUTH COME FORTH FROM THE HEART" Has nothing to do with ears and eyes.A R Bernard spoke more like a psychologist than a minister of the Gospel. COME ON..."epiphany"? Christians have testimonies, a real life experience where they realized Christ died for their sins, keeping them from going to heLl. Christ died so they can live and become conformed into the image of His Son through obedience to His word and the power of the Spirit's guiding them into all truth. NOT maturity to become a man so that woman can be liberated.

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