Pimpin’ Ain’t Easy…

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hat tip to Melvin over at Pulpit Pimps for this depiction of Jamal, twisting as usual…

As I mentioned previously, last week was the bi-annual “Pay A Pimp A Dollar” week over at TBN (The Baal Network). And true to form, they trotted out one of their top earners: “Dr.” Jamal “The Prince Pimp of Baltimore” Bryant.

It seems as though the good “Dr.” got tired of getting into your voting booth and your bedroom, so he returned to doing what he’s most comfortable doing (well, what he’s most comfortable doing with his clothes on)

…getting into your wallet:

Jamal Bryant on the Fall ’08 TBN Fleece-a-Thon

hat tip to our brother Matt Green, who has more videos like this at his YouTube page

Ahh, who can forget such sage wisdom from the Word of God, like:

You are marked for destiny when you are broke with expensive taste

And of course, Jamal wouldn’t be the Prince Pimp of Baltimore if he didn’t butcher a little scripture, right? Let’s see, the entire crux of the story of Joseph and his dream in Genesis 37, 39, 40, and 41 is that we can all drive nice cars and buy nice things?

Silly me, I always thought that Joesph’s story was a lesson in overcoming adversity, moral guilt (regarding Joseph’s treatment at the hands of his brothers), repentance (their return to him and his forgiveness of their sins toward him), and God’s sovereignty (using Joseph to feed a nation) – an early shadow of Christ’s experiences.

I guess I’m just not deep enough.  

Oh well, at least Prince Pimp Jamal can tell a good tale…and shake a few coins loose in the process.

Pimpin’ ain’t easy…

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38 Responses to “Pimpin’ Ain’t Easy…”


  1. 1 Independent Conservative November 19, 2008 at 12:58 am

    I wonder how come he never claims someone like Peter as a model? I mean the pleasure of hanging with high profile people like tanners 😀 .

    They can never take what is representative for Christians in proper context, because their focus is on material things. So they are proving to grow as thorns as Matthew 13 notes.

    I noticed Jamal is still trying to give the impression he earned a degree from Oxford, when he really got his doctorate degree from a school in Indiana and only saw Oxford for a summer session.

    • 2 MsPrincess426 January 26, 2010 at 2:19 pm

      He never said he graduated from Oxford, he said that he went there and THEN got his degree. Run the tape back 🙂

      • 3 speaking truth January 26, 2010 at 5:18 pm

        Sorry MsPrincess426, but you are again ill-informed. Bryant routinely stated that he got his doctorate from “the prestigious Oxford University in England” – and he even had it published all over his website and his bio posted all over the internet. Clearly, when it was discovered that he was lying, he had the references removed and “edited”.

        Why should we expect a man who hacks scripture like an untrained butcher and holds “seminars” with an erotic author is truthful in his matters? He can’t even be truthful and faithful to his wife – so why should anyone NOT married to him trust him either?

        • 4 MsPrincess426 January 28, 2010 at 7:39 pm

          He went there…so what’s the problem? I went to 4 high school, and my class ring has all 4 schools on them. I go to all the class reunions (by invitation, of course), and they are all listed as school I went to. Sooo I don’t see a problem with him saying that he went and graduated from there. Besides, that’s not the real point of this post, is it?

          • 5 speaking truth January 28, 2010 at 9:01 pm

            The “problem” MsPrincess426 is that Pimp Bryant is a liar who can’t even be trusted with simple facts, let alone entrusted with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. Congratulations on the properly detailed logistics of your class ring – but the point of this (and EVERY) article I’ve written about Jamal “The Prince> Pimp of Baltimore is that he’s a notorious hireling and false teaching wolf.

            As I wrote earlier, we’re supposed to believe that he lies about his education, his fidelity to his wife, the true meaning of tithes and offerings – but he’s spot on truthful about his interpretation of the Gospel?

            Yeah, right 🙄

  2. 6 BlackWomenBlowTheTrumpet.blogspot.com November 19, 2008 at 4:06 am

    Hey there…

    Jamal has SIX children to support now…. three of them are with his wife…and also I think that he is very focused on acquiring material status markers…and he’s pastoring a church that has a huge percentage of women who are mothers with children out of wedlock who really have not set high goals in life….his messages about “how to get rich” are popular with those who are counting on a windfall from Heaven to one day come pouring through their roof….

  3. 7 Melvin Jones November 19, 2008 at 9:49 am

    You sir, are evil. Evil, evil, evil! And quite funny. Keep up the good work.

    Oh, and I must say you have exquisite taste in graphic art.

  4. 8 Bro Peter November 19, 2008 at 10:12 am

    I watched him on there a couple nights and had to turn because of the things he was saying. The thing is the way he speaks is powerful but what he talks about is UN BIBLICAL. If he put some doctrine together and really wanted to preach the GOSEPL he could really grab some people.

    But I am always thinking about Jesus telling us that many will come saying they did all these things for his name sake and he will say depart from me for I never knew you.

    People are in need of hearing the PURE GOSEPL that points to CHRIST and not to them and what they can get or what they want.

    GREAT POST

    God Bless YA

  5. 9 speaking truth November 19, 2008 at 10:18 am

    thing is the way he speaks is powerful but what he talks about is UN BIBLICAL. If he put some doctrine together and really wanted to preach the GOSEPL he could really grab some people.

    Bro. Peter, Jamal is a pimp who is content with lying and defaming the Gospel. He has had many times to repent and return to God (if he ever really believed in the God of the bible in the first place – and not the God of this world). He’s more comfortable dressing like a pimp, taking money and sex like a pimp, and talking smooth and deceptively like a pimp. While we can pray that the Lord’s will be done concerning him, we aslo have to continue to hold the words that leave his mouth up to the scrutiny of the Word of God to see just how off this pimp really is.

    Melvin – The pimp lovers will always think that God’s truth is evil, especially when their pimps twist it so that you can’t recognize it unless you read it for yourself. I’m just doing what we all should do when we see and hear a pimp – laugh our butts off and walk toward the opposite direction.

    Besides, I learned it from you 😆

  6. 10 gcmwatch November 19, 2008 at 11:35 am

    This is a poignant example of what transpires when the gift isnt being submitted to the Gift Giver.

    In such cases, the gift becomes like the voice of hee-hawing jackass.

    And fortunately only other donkeys understand such language.

  7. 11 Caught Thinking November 19, 2008 at 2:41 pm

    ST,

    I actually got a late night call about this one. I can’t believe this man told the people he was going to pray that the lose their jobs in 40 days if they don’t give 40 dollars. Is that not embezzlement, witchcraft, evil? I gonna wok meh voo doo on ya nah! long and heavy sigh!

  8. 12 Warren November 19, 2008 at 4:19 pm

    I listened to the video. It was truely painful to hear and to watch all those people applauding and ‘praising God’ for what this pulpit pimp was saying! I almost lost my lunch when he said that “none of the people in Joseph’s family ever worked again after his dream came to pass”….. He tells the people to read the whole book of Genesis.

    He apparently forgot that the slavery of all of the decendants of Joseph took place ‘after his dream came to pass’.

    No people read your Bible and you will see that this guy is either ignorant of what the Bible teaches or worst he is lying about it to get $$$$$.

    I believe its the latter. All about the $$$$$!!!!

    Don’t even get me started about the clown suit he was wearing…

  9. 13 eucatastrophe November 19, 2008 at 6:21 pm

    Thanks for linking to my video. I’ve got a few more from Steve Munsey, Clarence McClendon, Benny Hinn and Rod Parsley from this year’s fleece-a-thon–as well as previous years–at http://www.youtube.com/intelligentsi0

  10. 14 speaking truth November 19, 2008 at 8:25 pm

    eucatastrophe,

    The pleasure is all mine – thanks for documenting this foolishness. I subscribed to your YouTube channel some time ago, and I’ve got some of your other videos here as well.

    Keep up the good work!

  11. 15 Pastor Jim November 19, 2008 at 8:31 pm

    OH MY GOD! Wicked men and women leading fools!

  12. 16 gcmwatch November 20, 2008 at 8:40 am

    It was truely painful to hear and to watch all those people applauding and ‘praising God’ for what this pulpit pimp was saying!

    The bride has fallen and she cant get up. Much of this is a reflection at the sad state of deep ignorance the church has fallen into. There is simply no other explanation for it. This is supply and demand. They are lusting for things and God is allowing them to be manipulated because of their idolatry. If the people would stop feeding this circus, soon they would fade to oblivion. But the people’s hearts are wicked. They dont want to serve the Lord and live holy, only get more stuff, build bigger barns and count up all the goody bag blessings.

  13. 17 Bro Peter November 21, 2008 at 10:40 am

    In my reading the other day I came accros this scripture and thought about this exact post.

    Jer 50:6 “My people have been lost sheep. Their shepherds have led them astray, turning them away on the mountains. From mountain to hill they have gone. They have forgotten their fold.

    Jer 50:7 All who found them have devoured them, and their enemies have said, ‘We are not guilty, for they have sinned against the LORD, their habitation of righteousness, the LORD, the hope of their fathers.

    Preachers that preach the me Gospel point people away from Christ really, The mountian we need to focus on is the one Jesus paid the ultimate price on for our names sake.

    Just thought this went with the post here.

  14. 18 Brian Foulks November 22, 2008 at 9:10 am

    ST,

    I didn’t know the well had water at the bottom of it that Jospeh was placed in. Was that in the original Hebrew? This dude is garbage and he shows it by his own account.

  15. 19 hiscrivener November 23, 2008 at 8:53 pm

    ST (and the rest of my like-minded realness blogologians in here),

    I am thrilled people are finally uncovering the fool beneath the plumed hat and gold chains. Due to a long story that would require a novel to explain, I met and consulted this pimp on one occasion – one too many.

    I can tell you from experience: every ounce of pimpdom exuding from his heinous theology is only made tangible exponentially in person. He is a demagogue and demands this self-induced theocracy from his staff.

    It’s appalling the crap this fool gets away with, and knowing what I know forces me to believe and remain steadfast on the Hammurabi Code with that whole “eye for an eye” thing. What Jamal has removed from people’s faith will be counted unto him… if only someday.

    Keep it up, gang.

    Peace,
    HiScrivener

  16. 20 speaking truth November 23, 2008 at 9:29 pm

    Due to a long story that would require a novel to explain, I met and consulted this pimp on one occasion – one too many.

    OK HS, now you’ve peaked my curiosity. What did you consult this pimp on – do you sell Bentley’s, clown suits, or private jets, by any chance?

    You know, things will be pretty slow around here this week (with the holiday and all), so if you’re drunk off of turkey and stuffing you should come back and ramble on about that “one occassion”

    😆

    • 21 hiscrivener January 29, 2010 at 7:26 am

      I don’t know why, but thanks to a link from this post, I’m just now reading this reply. Brother, you have got to make it to my neck of the woods sometime. We would have a dinner that would last half the night about this one occasion alone.

      Peace brother. Keep up the good work.

      • 22 speaking truth January 29, 2010 at 8:57 am

        HS,

        Yeah, you’re REALLY late getting back to this reply 😆

        You actually explained it a little in previous comments, but of course I don’t mind buying you a steak to talk about it further. I’ll be in that area again in the near future and I’ll drop you a line to meet for lunch (don’t get too mad but I was there in early January but didn’t have time to meet…)

  17. 23 Frank October 29, 2009 at 8:25 pm

    I think people are placing too much emphasis on “Pastor” Bryant’s clothing. He is entitled to wear whatever he wants to. His clothes are not pimp clothes, they are custom made from styles that are exclusively his. I even enjoy a tailor-made suit with serious embellishments. That is not my issue with him.
    I am, however pained by his mis-representation of Scripture. He claims to hold degrees in theology but demonstrates that he has difficulty properly exegeting a text. Any first year seminary student could discern the tenuious gaps in his theology.
    He has been proven to have extramarital affairs with women in his church who have had children by him and he sees nothing wrong with it. Although that is a serious malady, that doesn’t bother me as much as the COGIC, my Church, inviting him to preach amid all the volitile scandals relating to sexual misconduct. This seriously points to yet another level of hypocrisy and double standard prevalent in our church.
    But, then what do you expect when COGIC pays hush money to women who have ‘alleged” affairs with top brass Bishops, turn away mothers complaining about their son and daughters being molested, and Bishops who get strung out on drugs while overseeing jurisdictions. At some point the people who sanction and legitimize this hypocrisy, that being the lay people,are going to say we have had enough and aren’t taking it anymore. because guess whose going to foot the tab for Bryant coming? You are! Moreover, he will get paid far more for preaching that night that any of the other speakers will who are members of the denomination.

  18. 24 Rosie November 4, 2009 at 11:45 pm

    Just a brief note on “Pastor” Bryant. Several years ago he was at Michael Pitts’s church in Toledo, Oh – Cornerstone Church, which I no longer attend after 18 years due to all of the pulpit pimps who now visit there.

    I was looking over my notes from a service Jamal Bryant preached there and he made a comment which struck me as odd at the time, but he was an “anointed” preacher, and of course their word is always gospel and revelatory. His comment was: “The stronger your anointing, the stronger your sex drive”. I have no idea where a true anointed man of God would get such an idea, but in light of what I know about him now, perhaps he was merely trying to justify his past or future behavior.

    God help these deceptive wolves in shepherd’s clothing.

    • 25 Rebecca January 29, 2010 at 10:48 pm

      Rosie,

      I was watching that same meeting “live” on the internet while working at my office the evening when Jamal was speaking. It was one of those “did he REALLY say that” moments, when I heard the exact same thing …
      “The stronger your anointing, the stronger your sex drive” (I remember he was promoting a new book titled, ‘Foreplay: Sexual Healing for Spiritual Wholeness’).

      I was SHOCKED to hear this statement! Not just because of what he said, but because my pastor (at that time-no longer) was at the conference, sitting on the front row, and all I could think of was he doesn’t need to hear that mess – because of his own confessed sexual immorality … the last thing he needs to think is because of my sexual struggles I’m More Anointed!!!!!!!

      At the time I had no idea who Jamal Byrant was … so while he was preaching I did a google search, which lead me to a blog, which lead me to the Baltimore, MD court records.
      I wondered why Michael Pitts would invite this man to speak to his church members and all of the pastors he oversees in his network, knowing his background and at that time (October of 2007) he was being accused of impregnating a young woman in his own church. Wasn’t he able to conduct a due diligence like I had? Within 45 minutes, I learned enough about his background that put up enough “red flags” to keep me far away.

      Then something happened, that brought some understanding.
      Jamal began to take up the offering. (everyone came forward as he called out the dollar amounts)
      1st there was the $500 line (he said there were like 18 people who were to give $500 … I watched the people come forward and counted close to 30 … 500×30= $15,000.
      Then he worked on (don’t remember exactly…but it could have been) the $250 line. (many more people came forward – too many to count)
      Then the $100 line, last but not least was the $50 line.
      He may have gone down to the $25 crowd, but it’s been a few years ago and I can’t recall the exact numerical increments, but………. if all the checks cashed there could have been $40,000 – $50,000 given after it was all said and done.

      People need to “Wake Up” and read the Bible. Jesus warned us to beware of false teachers and prophets. Read the “Red Letters.”
      Read Revelations 2. Jesus is warning the church of Thyatira about sexual immorality. He gives time to repent (He is merciful) but if there is no repentance (change in thoughts/life) there are consequences, as well as rewards to those who conquer this.

      Do not be deceived. God is to judge unbelievers, but we (believers) are called to judge those inside the church who continue in unrepentant sin. If we love them we will correct them, for their spiritual well being and others that may follow in their footsteps.
      If you think otherwise, you are ignorant of what the Word says:
      1 Cor 5:9-13
      “When I wrote to you before, I told you not to associate with people who indulge in sexual sin. But I wasn’t talking about unbelievers who indulge in sexual sin, or are greedy, or cheat people, or worship idols. You would have to leave this world to avoid people like that. I meant that you are not to associate with anyone who claims to be a believer yet indulges in sexual sin, or is greedy, or worships idols, or is abusive, or is a drunkard, or cheats people. Don’t even eat with such people.
      It isn’t my responsibility to judge outsiders, but it certainly is your responsibility to judge those inside the church who are sinning. God will judge those on the outside; but as the Scriptures say, “You must remove the evil person from among you.”
      New Living Translation

  19. 26 sucessforlife December 20, 2009 at 10:32 am

    you guys need to get a life. There is no perfect person other than Jesus Christ himself. No matter what, the man has the word of god in his mouth, just like the King David and the others of the
    Bible, we all fall short, but we are covered by his blood.

    • 27 speaking truth December 20, 2009 at 11:16 am

      The only “word” that Jamal Bryant has in his mouth is the word of the god of this world (mammon, riches, sex, and more). You are correct – we all fall short when we’re running after God, but this pimp is running after $ and women. Period. I dare say that Jamal Bryant and I aren’t covered under the same Blood…

      • 28 MsPrincess426 January 26, 2010 at 2:22 pm

        Being turned off by his lifestyle is one thing. But he spoke truth in this clip you showed here. Don’t trash the truth, and don’t trash the man. Pray for him, and find someone you can follow. When we trash our fellow Christians, we make room for other people to do the same thing and may lose them just because this one man is messin up in his personal life. I don’t think it’s worth that…

        • 29 speaking truth January 26, 2010 at 4:55 pm

          Sorry, MsPrincess426, but I disagree – once again Jamal Bryant did a hack exegesis (just like his “I’m Still the Man” tyraid and many others. An unfortunately, Bryant’s “lifestyle” disqualifies him from serving as a church leader in the first place (Titus 1:5-11) so it’s not a matter of me being “turned off” by Bryant – it’s a matter of me calling him out on his BS.

  20. 30 MsPrincess426 January 26, 2010 at 2:17 pm

    Well good people…I’d like to say that Mr. Bryant is right in his message. I listened to it, and nothing he said is untrue, misleading, or biblically incorrect. Joseph did come into great wealth and prosperity for following God. His family never had to work again and they all gained from Joseph’s obedience. Also dear one’s, keep in mind that this is a TELETHON. Do you know what telethon’s are for?? RAISING MONEY!!! If you wanna raise money for something on a large scale, you hire the people who are good at bringing in the dough right? I just seen the same thing happen on a telethon for Haiti. All the top artists came to sing and “shake” money from people’s pockets. You may say there’s a difference, but there really isn’t. People do telethon’s all the time for different things, and they all raise money different ways. In church…you hire a preacher! His job is to show the people how giving can in return help you to be prosperous. Since there are soooo many bible scholars commenting on this, you should all know about that little saying that goes “you reap what you sow”. If you sow seeds, you reap a harvest. In this case, if you sow generously, you reap generously. People have had a problem with the church asking for money, and I don’t know why. The bible clearly states that the members of the body of Christ are supposed to give to the store house, or church, so that it may prosper and it’s officials can have a nice life too.

    • 31 speaking truth January 26, 2010 at 5:10 pm

      You’re right MsPrincess426, no one should be upset or surprised when someone hires an entertainer to raise money for a telethon – especially when the “someone” is The Baal Network and the “entertainer” is a prolific smooth-talking pimp. At least the Haiti telethon didn’t pretend to be religous and promise that God is gonna trample you in blessings if you “sow” into a corrupt ministry…those folks were raising money for people who literally have nothing. What’s worse is that Bryant and his ilk would probably tell those same poor people to sow the last of what they had if they wanted to see God “move” in “their circumstances”. That’s just how sick wolves like Bryant and his ilk are.

      Further – please point me to scripture where it tells us that Joseph received his blessing because he was obedient IN HIS GIVING…because that’s what wolves like Bryant teach. God – in His Sovereign Will – chose to bless Joseph because of his obedience…not because Joseph did ANYTHING to earn it. This is in direct contrast to what the wolf Bryant teaches…the few minute clip above DOES not exempt everything else Pimp Bryant has said and still says weekly.

      Also, where in scripture does it say that the congregation is responsible for making sure that church officials “have a nice life”? Certainly we’re commanded to give to take care of our families (first and foremost – 1 Timothy 5:8), for the administration of the assembly – 2 Corinthians 9:6-8, the care of elders – 1 Corinthians 9:9-14), and of course the spreading of the Gospel.

      Where does the bible command us to buy a pimp a Bentley? Or how about $2,000 shoes or $5,000 custom-tailored suits?

      You are correct – we all shall reap what we sow, but let’s quote in context if we’re going to quote it at all:

      Galatians 6:7-9 (New American Standard Bible)

      7Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever a man sows, this he will also reap.

      8 For the one who sows to his own flesh will from the flesh reap corruption, but the one who sows to the Spirit will from the Spirit reap eternal life.

      9 Let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due time we will reap if we do not grow weary.

      Jamal Bryant and wolves of his ilk clearly demonstrate what you get when you sow to the flesh, because he certainly doesn’t teach or advocate sowing to the Spirit.

      • 32 MsPrincess426 January 28, 2010 at 8:05 pm

        Thank you for the passage in Titus, I can see ur point there.

        The Baal Network?? LOL ur killin me with that one. Show me how it’s the Baal Network. Your a christian right? Yeah, you shouldn’t trash something that has been put in place to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world. Even if there is some things behind the scenes that aren’t “right”, the voice of the Lord is still being heard, received and accepted through that network. NOTHING and NO ONE is perfect. I don’t really care what you call Mr. Bryant, but I do know that it’s not wise to talk ill against Gods anointed. Although I do not agree with the whole “give now and in 5 days blessings will rain from the sky” scam, he is still appointed to do what he’s doing. GOD will take care of those who lead the flock astray. In 1 Samuel, the Lord took out Eli, and his disrespectful sons for taking advantage of their post. The sons were being bad boys, and poor Eli didn’t tell them they needed to stop, so God destroyed his legacy. God isn’t going to let someone who is misusing the power HE gave them go on like that forever. It’s out job to intercede for his soul…pray that God have mercy on him b/c we know he has to know better.Jeremaih 23:1-4 says

        “Doom to the shepherd-leaders who butcher and scatter my sheep!” God’s Decree. “So here is what I, God, Israel’s God, say to the shepherd-leaders who misled my people: ‘You’ve scattered my sheep. You’ve driven them off. You haven’t kept your eye on them. Well, let me tell you, I’m keeping my eye on you, keeping track of your criminal behavior. I’ll take over and gather what’s left of my sheep, gather them in from all the lands where I’ve driven them. I’ll bring them back where they belong, and they’ll recover and flourish. I’ll set shepherd-leaders over them who will take good care of them. They won’t live in fear or panic anymore. All the lost sheep rounded up!’ God’s Decree.”

        God will take care of HIS appointed for their wrong doing. Not you 🙂

        • 33 MsPrincess426 January 28, 2010 at 8:27 pm

          Oh and inNumbers 18, it tells you how the Levites (God’s chosen priests and officials) had the best of EVERYTHING! They shared in the first fruit of all the land. The best meat, the best wine, the best oils…a part of everything that was brought to the temple (church), for the Lord, was given to those who ran it. That means, tithes, and offerings. The only thing they didn’t inherit was the land because their inheritance was in the Lord. Since being a leader is an occupation, they should get paid. And since they get paid (some more than others) they should drive what they want, live where they wanna live and dress the way they like to dress. It’s only wrong if they’re “money hungry” like you referenced in Titus. But even if they’re wrong in motive, you still have to respect the WORD (if used in context) that is being brought forth. The WORD (unlike his lifestyle or where he graduated from) in NOT debatable.

          • 34 speaking truth January 28, 2010 at 9:15 pm

            OK MsPrincess426,

            This will be my last reply to you because these circular discussions are getting monotonous. I’ll simply repost lengthy expositions I wrote on tithing, love offering, and first fruits to address your comment, which is really a moot point since there are NO Levitical priests living today. Let me know when hirelings like Bryant actually move into their church “temples” to live and give up their possessions to live off the fruit, meat, and grain offerings brought to them for sacrifice – because THAT’S what the Levitical priests did.

            Bryant (and any other wolf) can drive, wear, eat, live whatever they want IN THIS LIFE because they will certainly be repaid for their heresy and dishonest money-grubbing in the Lord’s name when they stand before God if they don’t repent and STOP HUSTLING!

            Are you interested in any of the other 400 articles I’ve written on expository preaching, propitiation, the 5 solas, the doctrines of grace or any other doctrinal or doxological discussion – or are you just here to defend wolves? Either way – I’ve got nothing else to add to this conversation…

        • 35 speaking truth January 28, 2010 at 8:53 pm

          MsPrincess426,

          Let me be clear and succinct in my reply to you so there is no room for misinterpretation:

          Show me how it’s the Baal Network.

          Uh, well…take a look at all of the programs The Baal Network broadcasts. For every John MacArthur or Todd Friel, there are hundreds of false teachers that come by to twist scripture daily.

          Your a christian right? Yeah, you shouldn’t trash something that has been put in place to spread the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the world.

          Yes, I am a Christian – and that means I’ve submitted to the Lordship of God through Jesus Christ. As such, I am compelled (as is every Christian) to defend the Word of God against false teachers like Pimp Bryant and the other wolves (Jude 1:3). TBN is more concerned with collecting money from the world instead of spreading the Gospel to the world, by the way…

          Even if there is some things behind the scenes that aren’t “right”, the voice of the Lord is still being heard, received and accepted through that network.

          A little leaven…Galatians 5:8-10

          …but I do know that it’s not wise to talk ill against Gods anointed.

          Another hack exegesis of Psalm 105:11-15…read here if you care to know the scriptural reference in proper context (and properly exegeted). If “anointed” means charismatic enough to shake for change like a well-trained stripper, then Pimp Bryant is certainly anointed. I would question his “anointing” to represent God through Jesus Christ…

          GOD will take care of those who lead the flock astray.

          He certainly will…and He even had enough forethought to send warnings through men (and women) to alert the sheep of wolves who sought to pray on them. I’m certainly no prophet or apostle, but the Lord is using me (and other blog ministries) to expose liars and wolves like Pimp Bryant and point people back to God and not the liars who pretend to speak in His name

          I am keenly aware of God’s admonition through Jeremiah the prophet – but once again you must read scripture in entirety and in context instead of cherry picking to defend a wolf. Jeremiah 23 details God’s displeasure – and His judgement – against false teachers like Pimp Bryant (particularly verses 9-40). And you’re right…I have nothing to do with his (or any other wolf’s) fate…I’m simply someone sounding the alarm against the liars and pretenders…their fate is not in my hands.

  21. 36 msprincess426 January 28, 2010 at 10:27 pm

    LOL I would NEVER “cherry pick” the word of God. Nor am I trying to protect Mr. Bryant. I’m totally aware of what the rest of Jeremiah states and all you did was make my point valid. God is displeased with people who falsify his word and he will take care of them. Thanks for that 🙂

    Now, I love the fact that you want to warn people to be careful about hanging on his every word and sending money to this ministry if you feel his heart isn’t right. But warning is not bashing. You should really seek out the difference.

    We can go back and forth on this forever…you see it your way, and I see it mine. We all fall short, and I will not cast stones at this man, the ministry given him, or those who work for and follow him.

    Ponder this: Have you prayed for this man? Have you written to him personally and sought out the true condition of his heart? Do you seek to see him restored, or are you anxiously waiting to see him fail?

    Christ showed us love and compassion…you my brother, are not showing this. To follow Christ, is to love REGARDLESS of how we feel about the person/ministry. Love would cause you to pray for this man, rather than bash him.

    I don’t know what you have against TBN or Pastor Bryant (or big/mega ministries), but I think you really should seek the Lord diligently on how you should deliver your “warnings” for your next blog. God Bless you brother!

  22. 37 johnson February 10, 2010 at 9:31 am

    These are not men of god. Google cogic cover up sex abuse and tell what you. Think. This “church” doesn’t pass the common sense test. I’m sure they would love to go back to the days before internet. Easier to cover up.

  23. 38 michael February 14, 2010 at 3:52 pm

    You should never speak in support of such heresies that are obviously presented to many people. The main emphasis is always about money from the beginning to the end along with promises, dreams and profit lying. The biggest shout in churches today are regarded for wealth, fame, and fortune inclined with a bunch of religious emotionalism. There is an extreme abuse of the words such as anointing, manifestation, and speaking words as if we have become gods. Is the trend today strongly regarded to mega-churches or cult activity? We shall see in the end when the wheat and tares are separated (Matthew 13). Let’s give much more emphasis on what is written in red! There are so many celebrities preaching a different gospel and being loved by the world at the same time. Let’s be diligent.


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