Tuesday, 31 July 2012

Pastor Juanita Bynum Says That She Has Slept with Women

Of all the celebs that are coming out of the closet lately, the last one you would expect to do so would be pastor Juanita Bynum.   But then again, pastors are doing all kinds of crazy things these days and in all days past.  Bynum, during an interview on V-103, admitted that she’s been around the block, getting with all kinds of men, sleeping with women, doing drugs and having a life that appears to be as wild as another prominent, wealthy Atlanta pastor we know.  Wait, you probably know a few wealthy Atlanta pastors who fit that description.
Bynum made her morning confessions on the show, “Frank & Wanda in the Morning.”  While they expected that the highly-respected Juanita Bynum would give them an interview worth remembering, it’s hard to imagine that they expected all of this.  The last time the world thought anything about Bynum was when she claimed to have been beaten by her ex-husband, Bishop Thomas Weeks.  At that time, Bynum drew the ire of millions by immediately proclaiming herself to be the new face of domestic violence.

I think she did this to demonstrate to other people that they too can rise from the ashes of self destruction.  everyone in the Bible had pasts as well except Jesus himself. He was the most blameless on earth, but he was our example because he knew we would fall. She fell, and rose and now she is teaching others, that their past is apart of who they later become. Meaning that anyone can make it out of who they once were, so that they can be a mere inspiration of survival, love and truth and yes, even a testimony as the religious would say. If no one can see the point of her speaking the way she did, then they are proving to be religious instead of spiritual. When you step out of religion, and become spiritual, then you can better understand the intentions of someone’s actions, whether they be good or bad.

7 comments:

  1. Oh my God, wetin person no go hear.

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  2. All these pastors, God help them oh.

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  3. Whether you like it or not, everyone has a past. As the writer has said, only Jesus is perfect.

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  4. Who are you to judge.

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  5. This wonderful singer. Anyway sha, our past remains our past.

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  6. She is my Mentor!!! I love her any day, anyhow. She has so blessed me with her undiluted Gospel of the LORD.

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