Posted on February 3, 2016


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Everything Is Going Down, But The Word Of God……There are countless scriptures that clearly state we are to come out from among them, let there be a difference between clean and unclean, Holy and Unholy!  Follow peace with all men and without Holiness no man shall see God.  Sanctification is simple, you sanctify your clean clothes from your dirty clothes.  You do not come home after a long days work and take off the panties or drawers you had on all day and fold them up and put them in the drawer with your clean underwear,mid you do then you are nasty!  Same with salvation:  if you say God has cleaned you up then why do you want to look and act nasty.  There is a way that seemth right unto a man, but it leads to death and destruction.  

There is not excuse for a woman that calls herself a pastor or just a decent individual for striping on social media.  It seems to be a very serious demonic spirit operating in her for her to behave in such deplorable manners and think it is okay.  Furthermore, it is a disgrace for people to continue to invite this demonic sprit to their churches and events to perform.  The old saints taught if you let the Devil ride he will drive and straight to Hell is where you will lift up your eyes.  You can like fashion, you can go out and have fun, but the world should see a difference in you and themselves.  

Now checkout this woman’s rationale for her sinful and disgraceful behavior below:

Oxygen’s latest docu-series about clergy is bound to set social media ablaze.

Preachers of Atlanta premieres Wednesday and showcases a new generation of unconventional pastors unafraid to break down boundaries.
Pastor Kimberly Jones-Pothier and Pastor Le’Andria Johnson stopped by the Grio to talk about how they are confronting head-on some of the most sensitive and polarizing issues in America today and ultimately igniting conversations in their community.
Johnson, who’s also a Grammy-winning recording artist, took a moment to defend some of her unique methods, including passing out cigarettes and condoms to those in need, and even dressing like a prostitute to minister to women consumed by sex work.
“20 cigarettes, 20 people smoking them… they all came to church,” Johnson said. “They’re still coming to church. So it works. The method works.”
“Condoms, I’m not going pass them out to some 10-year-old girl or some 12-year-old boy, but there are transgender men and women and then you have prostitutes… ‘Here’s a condom.’ At least be safe. How can the world practice safe sex and the church can’t?” Johnson added.
Be sure to tune in for the premiere of Preachers of Atlanta Wednesday at 10/9c on Oxygen.