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Hate, Homophobia or the Word of God? Tonight on “Conversations Of A Sistah”

hate_homophobia_wog_cos_jan_2017-2We’re back!!! And tonight’s “Conversation” is going to be hot !!!

As we discuss how more than 1 million people watched Kim Burrell rail against “that perverted homosexual spirit” in a controversial sermon clip that led to the gospel singer getting pulled from a performance on “Ellen” and facing ongoing backlash from LGBT advocates.

She had been named a co-honoree at BMI Trailblazers of Gospel Music Awards, but the organization uninvited her due to the recent remarks. Also, her radio show — airing out of Texas Southern University — has been canceled.

Burrell’s two-minute clip of her message, filmed on a phone and posted on YouTube, shows Burrell describing sex acts and saying, “The spirit of delusion and confusion, it has deceived many men and women, and it’s caused a stain on the body of Christ.”

Her critics said her message was hate, other media outlets called it a homophobic rant, while believers state it’s the Word of God.

What do you say?

Join me tonight at 6:30 p.m. EST on “Conversations Of A Sistah” via blog talk radio as I discuss “Hate, Homophobia or the Word of God?” with three (3) dynamic ministers; Rev. Caffie Risher, Minister Tuala Williams-Shields and Pastor Josh Olivero.  

All “topic and conversation links” in this post will access the show.

See you on the air!!

Down Low, Homosexuality, On homosexuality

“Claiming to be “Straight” But Living In The Closet”…

This is a term used for contemporary homosexuals who hide their identities by living in the closet. This is why revealing one’s homosexuality is referred to as a “coming out”.

Gay men and women have difficulties acknowledging their homosexuality, either to themselves or to others due to their psychological complex. This is why a lot of gay people conceal important aspects of themselves such as their love life or a significant other. It’s like living the good lie.

Closet individuals cannot reveal to themselves, let alone to others their homoerotic feelings, attraction or fantasies. This is why these individuals continue to remain in the closet. They never marry or openly date because their hidden desires are only expressed behind closed doors. Their homosexuality is so unacceptable that it must be kept out of conscious awareness and cannot be integrated into their public persona. Consequently, these feelings must be dissociated from the self and hidden from others.

I have more respect for men who are openly gay and conservative, then those tall, dark, handsome, big bulky men who are closet homosexuals and allude their truth. And while a homosexual or lesbian lifestyle might be popular and unshocking in today’s society, some chose to live quietly gay to protect their professional images and lifestyle.

This may all be fine for some but don’t claim to be straight, when you’re really GAY and living in the closet.

Side note: The picture in this post does not relate to its topic, it was chosen ramdomly to fit the subject at hand.

Controversy, On homosexuality, President Obama, Religion, What he said

Minister Farrakhan Addresses President Obama’s Stance for “Same Sex Marriage”

And it’s about time a righteous man of God addressed this issue. I was waiting and waiting for those “so-called men of God” with national platforms to denounce and condemn the President’s unrighteous stance on “same-sex marriage” and not one of them did until now.

The honorable minister Louis Farrakhan made some very strong points when he said the following three facts:

1. Why do politicians take the oath of office on a Bible but then don’t uphold its principles.

2. God did not put lust in a man’s heart for another man that he’s suppose to have for a woman.

and 3…This might be a new day and new time but God change not!!!! “I am the LORD, I change not.” Malachi 3:6. God is unchangeable. God’s word is unchangeable too.

Hot diggadie dog that man know he preached!!!

Minister Farrakhan used the biblical account of Sodom and Gomorrah as recorded in Genesis chapters 18-19. Genesis chapter 18 records the Lord and two angels coming to speak with Abraham. The Lord informed Abraham that “the outcry against Sodom and Gomorrah is so great and their sin so grievous.” Verses 22-33 that Abraham pleaded with the Lord to have mercy on Sodom and Gomorrah because Abraham’s nephew, Lot, and his family lived in Sodom.

Bottom line: God destroyed Sodom and Gomorrah because of their sin and those cities are still destroyed and desolate til this very day.

While Sodom and Gomorrah were guilty of many other horrendous sins, homosexuality was the reason God poured fiery sulfur on the cities, completely destroying them and all of their inhabitants. To this day, the area where Sodom and Gomorrah were located remains a desolate wasteland. Sodom and Gomorrah serve as a powerful example of how God feels about sin in general, and homosexuality specifically.

 I urge you (that’s right my readers), to read Genesis Chapter 18 through 19 about the story of Sodom and Gomorrah but listen to this excert from the honorable Minister first. His teaching is true and NO not hate!!! So before some you start your comment rhetoric, the minister is speaking truth not hate!

Controversy, News, On homosexuality, What he said

Kirk Cameron on homosexuality: “It’s detrimental, and ultimately destructive”

For those who may remember, Kirk Cameron is best known for his role as the lovable Mike Seaver on television’s “Growing Pains,”. Now Cameron is a 41-year-old father of 6, and a Born Again Christian. The actor recently appeared on the Piers Morgan show and was asked where he stands on various hot button social issues, including gay marriage and this is what the former child star actor had to say:

“Marriage is almost as old as dirt, and it was defined in the garden between Adam and Eve. One man, one woman for life till death do you part. So I would never attempt to try to redefine marriage. And I don’t think anyone else should either,” explains Cameron. “So do I support the idea of gay marriage? No, I don’t.”

In addition Cameron went on to explain his views on homosexuality. “I think that it’s – it’s – it’s unnatural. I think that it’s – it’s detrimental, and ultimately destructive to so many of the foundations of civilization.”

Kirk Cameron’s opinions are protected by the First Amendment of the United States Constitution and whether gays like it or not, he has the right to express them. 

Afterall, man and women were ordained in marriage to procreate, and gay sex does not ensure that covenant with God.