Thursday, July 12, 2012

Black Women, does Pastor Jomo K. Johnson Have The Right to Correct Meek Mill


Ladies, if you recall our previous article about Jomo Johnson, you will remember how angry we were at him having the audacity to advise black women to remain single.   First of all, we do not see him as a man of God, because no true follower of Jesus Christ would single black women out as though they have no control over their own lives.  So now, it is the same for Meek Mill, Jomo Johnson does not have the right to judge him, insinuating he is pimping the Christian faith, some of us would say the same about him, because he looks no different than Mill's and we cannot feel the light of Jesus Christ coming from him when he speaks, especially after they way he allegedly disrespected us black women.  Therefore, if Meek Mill is pimping the Christian faith, he should just close his mouth and get himself right, because he really does not have a right judge anyone.

If Johnson loves God this much to attack Meek Mill about pimping Christianity, he would repent to God and apologize to the entire race of black women for advising us to remain single as though he did not come out of a womb of a black women.   It does not matter if his mother was a white woman, he had no right to attempt to control black women with that sort of foolish advice.  He cannot possibly think he is entitled to be called the man of God and go on to judge other people as though he has offended anyone.  Furthermore, he does not need to judge Meek Mill, because he does not talk like he knows Jesus Christ.

In the meantime, we are praying for Jomo Johnson that God gives him a mind to do something else, because he is not called to preach nor be any one's pastor.  If Johnson is not being led by the Spirit of God, then we can sure figure out who else gave him the idea to suggest black women to stay single.  However, we forgive him and pray that he changes his ways.

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