Phrophetess juanita Bynum has the nerve to be hating on Greater Traveler’s Rest (House of Hope), led by Pastor E. Dewey Smith in Decatur, GA after watching a video of his congreagtion celebrating the various generations within their church by dancing in the isles during its 138th anniversary.
Each year, House of Hope has a moment of multi-generational celebration, honoring different age groups and acknowledging their journey of faith. This is an effort to bridge the gap that exists in many churches among“Builders” (born 1945 and before); “Boomers” (born between 1946-1965); “Busters” (born between 1966-1983); and “Bridgers” (born between 1984-2003).
One song represents their past, before Christ (B.C.) and the other is the tune that sets the soundtrack of that generation’s after-deliverance (from sin) days (A.D.).
Chile Pleeze, have you not forgotten not so long ago when you were beating your husband up in a parking lot, or how about a few years ago when you confessed to being with women, come on now, Juanita Bynum, don’t throw stones cause your house is full of glass !
And another thing, though we are Christian we are not dead and we all live in a secular world, is it not ok for Christians to dance? Cause if that’s the case, Chile I have been sinning all my life. Where in the bible does it says you can’t dance, I believe David danced out of his clothes (some of yall young seminarians help me with this one).
Ok, I am getting all wound up now I got to get back on track with the story, (lol)
After being slammed on social media, Juanita Bynum went on to say:
“I want to thank all for standing with me for the sacred things of God,” crying, not judging. Just standing for what I hold dear and sacred and that’s the display of worship.”
“People can curse at me, call me names. I really don’t care. I’m crying in worship and praise to God for giving me a conviction about what is to be kept holy. I know these are the times when I must choose between popular opinion and my stand for what is holy and sacred. I already died to self. So whatever people say, you can’t kill me.”
Again, chile pleeze!
I think what Pastor Smith is doing is wonderful, bridging the gap between young, middle age and elders is a great concept and it looked like a lot of fun too! Being a buster I was jamming to Doug E Fresh, as I was typing Chile, great job Pastor Smith and HOH