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September 5, 2007

Juanita Bynum, Raw and Uncut! (*Updated*)

by @ 1:10 pm. Filed under Nuts on Parade

First let me say, I don’t do promotional work for pimps, so I don’t care how many news people she spoke to yesterday and her TBN performance last night was just that, a performance.

But people keep asking, what’s the matter with Juanita Bynum…IC, why do you have a problem with Juanita Bynum.??…

I have a MAJOR problem with her because she DOES NOT represent the gospel of the Lord Jesus. She represents earthly gain, not righteousness and she leads people to things other than truly seeking the kingdom of God. She pimps and lies to vulnerable people, all for the sake of keeping herself and her cohorts in the Religious Industry fat. She’s not an “advocate” for the downtrodden, she’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing!

Interestingly enough, Bynum possibly covered up when Weeks beat another woman and one of the woman who helped in the cover-up but finally came forward was jumping to every word Bynum said last night. (In the studio audience.)

Someone has YouTubed (which means it probably won’t be long before Bynum has it pulled, despite the fact the posting is covered under Fair Use guidelines) some prior footage of Bynum in all her pimp fullness. Things that pimpstress Bynum has NEVER admitted are total lies. How she uses her public notoriety to lie about movements of the Holy Spirit and influence people into thinking at their weakest moments, that they can BRIBE GOD BY GIVING HER AND HER FRIENDS MONEY! While children read in history books about how Catholics would “sell” supposed access to Heaven, today on our TVs we see a never ending line of pimps doing not only that, but claiming it will result in earthly riches and good health too.



Juanita Bynum Uncovered

If you’ve never read II Peter 2, now would be a good time to do so.

Some claim I’m not saying anything “good” when I expose these pimps. Those who defend these pimps don’t realize, that if I can help stop even one person from falling for those lies, it’s a VERY good thing! Entire households are being upset because of pimp’s lies. Old ladies giving up their medicine money. People forsaking bills and becoming bad stewards, all because of these lies that are straight from the pit of hell and birthed from the mouth of Satan himself.


update 9/5/2007 2:26PM:
To avoid any confusion, I want to make it clear that the YouTube video above with audio from Bynum was not part of her TBN broadcast last night. That is audio from some of her earlier so-called “ministry”. Just the same last night’s performance although not directly pimping for money was a cheap hype session, to let everyone know she’s going to continue pimping no matter what. She lied in trying to compare herself to Job and claimed that Job suffered because he was too exalted in himself or something of that sort. THAT IS NOT IN SCRIPTURE.

Job 1:1 (New King James Version)

1) There was a man in the land of Uz, whose name was Job; and that man was blameless and upright, and one who feared God and shunned evil.

Scripture makes it clear, Job DID NOT DO A THING to deserve what he received in the way of illness, loss and pain. With that spin, Bynum was claiming how she’s going to do so much in her future. But she forsakes that Job for the Christian is an archetype of Heavenly eternal rewards, not earthly fame and gain.


update 9/6/2007 11:49AM:
art123 offers this regarding Job.

To IC:
I would like to comment on the book of Job if I may. Though God described Job as a righteous man, if you observe Job 38-41, God chastised him for being self-righteous. Also, in his suffering, God was showing Job what was in his heart and who his real friends were. To prove it read Job 31:6, Job 32:1, and Job 27:5-6. In Job 42:5-6, it gave him room to repent of this. However, I do see what you?re saying when Bynum stated that God allowed Job to suffer because he was self-exalted. Job was being tested to see if his love for God stands true. Does he love God because he have it all or not? In Bynum?s case, I believe it is because of her false doctrine and leading lost soul astray. Her judgment is light for now. If you need to correct me, please do.

art123 is correct. Job 1:6-12 notes he lost things because he was being tested and Job also learned some things about himself. I wish I had allowed art123 to make this post. She’s given it more clarity than I ever could.

This all continues to affirm that Job was a good man trying to do well, but Bynum is a viper trying to line her pockets. Juanita, you’re no Job.



13 Responses to “Juanita Bynum, Raw and Uncut! (*Updated*)”

  1. art123 Says:

    I used to watch those Christian channels religiously until I looked at myself, my situation, my reality and prayed to God that you forgot about me. I’ve paid my tithes in church Lord, I would say. Did I do anything else wrong? I did have this minute feeling that something was wrong but would shrug it off. You’ve heard of this line “My breakthrough didn’t come yet”. Then this year, I stumbled across this site and pulpit pimps. Lo and behold, I was right. The Christian world is being pimped because of their lies. My daughter, who is only 12 and the good Lord is my witness(I wonder did I swear) that something isn’t right about the TBN channel and Benny Hinn. I thank God for working on us and pray that He still does. He was showing me that your tithes cannot buy salvation and His favor because your money is going to the pimps.

  2. djenk23 Says:

    It’s absolutely incredible how she has tried to flip this situation around….Her psychic powers didnt tell her that she was going to run into a fist but all a sudden she has a new revelation about being a domestic violence advocate….She is not going to let anything mess with her paper…..

  3. fourpointer Says:

    “What’s $1000-ah in return-ah for eternal victory-ah”

    “In order for Gawd to give it to ya, you’ve got to divinely release summthin-ah”

    “It’s a seed-ah that I don’t know if I can afford-ah”

    “Pick up the phone-ah”

    You know, as I was listening to that filth, I was tempted to–how shall I say this–speak in a tongue that would not be good for edification.

    When I first started learning about the crap called the “prosperity gospel”, I thought it was simply wrong. But the more bile I hear come out of these pimps, I do not hesitate to call them heretics.

  4. Prisca Says:

    LOL @ Fourpointer’s last comment regarding the ‘tongues’. It will make you consider going there, I’m sure. Peace, be still! Whew!!

    I just watched this Jezebel in an exclusive interview with a news reporter of Fox5-Atlanta. She is a snake and a pitiful liar. It’s all about Juanita, as it has been, and will always be, until she recognizes the fact that she, herself, is lost. A national spokesperson for Domestic Violence is now her calling, eh? She is setting herself up to go back into the world (as if she has ever left it), and partake of the rudiments thereof, with the blessings of her followers, no less. She mentions nothing of reconciling with her adulterous 2nd husband, or the first for that matter. And, folks don’t see anything wrong with this Prophetess?

    If there was one reason that Obama was not getting my vote, I now have two. If he socializes with the likes of Juanita and Oprah’s ilk, he is a marked man.

    And, people, she did not use the ghetto-infused, non-existent word, “conversate”, did she?

  5. art123 Says:

    To IC:
    I would like to comment on the book of Job if I may. Though God described Job as a righteous man, if you observe Job 38-41, God chastised him for being self-righteous. Also, in his suffering, God was showing Job what was in his heart and who his real friends were. To prove it read Job 31:6, Job 32:1, and Job 27:5-6. In Job 42:5-6, it gave him room to repent of this. However, I do see what you’re saying when Bynum stated that God allowed Job to suffer because he was self-exalted. Job was being tested to see if his love for God stands true. Does he love God because he have it all or not? In Bynum’s case, I believe it is because of her false doctrine and leading lost soul astray. Her judgment is light for now. If you need to correct me, please do.

  6. art123 Says:

    To add, I believe what God was saying to Job is though He said he was righteous, it doesn’t exceed His righteousness.

  7. IndependentConservative Says:

    I’ve updated the post with comment #5. I think you’re correct, that although God cited Job as a man who was standing for good and: (from Job 1:8)

    that there is none like him on the earth, a blameless and upright man, one who fears God and shuns evil

    In front of God Job was still just a human who depended on God. Job could not be good through his own self righteousness. Which is why we know that salvation must be a call on our hearts from our Lord alone, because our flesh does not desire good.

  8. KyleAndrews Says:

    FourPointer,

    Your on to something. Keep peeling back the layers of deceit and you will find that this is actually cultic. I posted on PP.org about Romans 1:24-32 and Mathew 4:8-11 proving that the Pimps have used the Devil to obtain earthly wealth AND by thier fruit you can see that they are reprobates going to hell. I think it was a pretty good synopsis.

    Kyle

  9. Prisca Says:

    Brother IC, in your initial synopsis of Job being blameless, you are not incorrect. You are also on point in showing that Juanita’s ministerial work has been nothing remotely close to that of Job’s life, trials, correction, and ultimate restoration. Job was not wealthy by ill-gotten gains; the work of his hands glorified God, not himself. This is a very far cry from the work of Juanita and those of her ilk. There can be no comparison.

    In Job’s rebuke by God, he was rebuked for his mouth that spoke things that, in its regard, he should have kept silent. Job maintains his innocence of the charges applied his friends by the work of his faith. We read in the OT of many, who, in their proclamation of doing, or having done, a right thing in the sight of God, will say, “May the Lord do so, and more, if….”. It is the same with Job; Job examined himself in light of the charges brought on by his friends, and opened himself for God’s rebuke if found remiss. It doesn’t make him self-righteous, it makes him ignorant; and the Lord called him on it. I use the word ‘ignorant’ cautiously, as to your point, we all fall short in maintaining humility; yet, the Lord chastises those He loves. However, to render Job as self-righteous in light of this instance, would disharmonize the Scriptures, where he is plainly noted as blameless and upright by God, Himself. We find in the final chapter that, Job repented of his ‘ignorance’, was restored, AND led by God to pray for his friends upon their atoning sacrifices.

    Job’s friends are the voices of those, such as Juanita, and their followers, who measure God’s presence in one’s life by earthly gain, good health, and worldly popularity. God’s rebuke, though He spoke directly to Job, was therefore, more for Job’s friends than it was for Job.

  10. IndependentConservative Says:

    I think we’re parsing words with a hair grain dicer 😀 .

    I think we all agree although we’re trying not to use the wrong words in describing it. Because we all realize that God Himself cited Job as righteous and like no other, but all men have room to improve.

    We all agree Job did not suffer material loss because of any issue within himself, but rather because God allowed Satan to propose the challenge to test Job and the Lord used Job to shame Satan. Unlike how Juanita tried to describe Job in relation to herself.

    So Job was doing well, God helped him even improve on that. Juanita is not Job, not even close and anytime she speaks of scripture it’s usually her twisting it, as was in this case.

    But hey, she said on TBN that she’ll “come forth as pure gold”, but she never related that to the gift of eternal life… She’s going for the GOLD of this earth!

    art123’s comment had to be included, because the Juanita-nuts will come by and would try to do the Juanita-twist with it and try to justify their pimp with wrongly divided scripture, instead of a rightly divided exposition of the scriptures.

  11. art123 Says:

    To Prisca:
    When God bless you and give you praise, you should take it humbly. It is not for you to have an holier than thou attitude. Therefore, Job was pretty much self-righteous. When you do things that are right and good, you do not have to broadcast it. This is where Job fell short. Jesus expounded on that in the New Testament. Therefore, I do agree with you that he should have kept silent. I also agree with you that Job did it due to lack of knowledge. His two friends saw through his holier than thou attitude, but didn’t say the right words to correct him, except Elihu. Like IC said, God used Job’s situation to defeat Satan, and his false accusations, but He also used his situation, to correct what He knew was already in Job’s heart, so he can improve, and still be accepted of God. An example of this, please read Job 33:8-18 and see what Elihi told Job.

  12. SoliDeoGloriaFella Says:

    Was Juanita wearing her wedding ring on TBN this week? Just asking.

  13. art123 Says:

    I’m sorry. It is Job’s three friends. I’ll close.

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