World Vs The Church

I was analyzing the Meek Millz and a pastor named (Jomo) dispute about the “amen” song. It’s very interesting how pastor(Jomo) stepped out of his place to try and speak to someone that is out of touch with the spiritual connection with God. I listened for the first time to the aired discussion and Meek said he does’nt want to hear anything about what pastor (Jomo) had to say and went on to say he doesn’t believe in God. Well there you have it, the conversation should have ended there. Tuning in I felt as if pastor (Jomo) should have let it be, because common sense would have let me know you can’t speak to someone that’s rolling in doe. Especially a person that has one goal in life, is to make his music sell to feed his family. Me personally I never waste my time to argue about someone believing like I do nor watch what they say like I do. People around the world view God differently, than others. So you could never really reach out to them, only through prayer. When that person is put on a higher level in life that you are. To think a rapper would really hear you out is funny to me because he’s always going to view it as you want something out of it. Regular people act like that everyday, and they barely making rent money, just saying. I believe in God and I have Christian beliefs because I want to now that I’m older. Even as a artist of so many things myself, I wouldn’t dare write songs of that nature, just saying. Overall I felt Pastor (Jomo) should have just kept him on his prayer list….Bottom line everybody isn’t ready to except the Lord until they are ready, or when he makes them break down to that point in life. Lesson learned pastors that really preach the life they live, don’t have to step out they element. My Pastor would’ve never took part in that, he let God fight battles like that. It’s to many people in the world, for someone just to finger out one person wrong doings. Please give me feed back because it’s crazy that I feel the way pastor (Jomo) does, and understand Meeks frustration. We as humans have had our share on the other side of life, we all are not perfect nor born without sin.

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