Gays Against Gospel Singer Donnie MCClurkin






"Do you not know that the wicked will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: Neither the sexually immoral nor idolaters nor adulterers nor male prostitutes nor homosexual offenders nor thieves nor the greedy nor drunkards nor slanderers nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God." (NIV).1 Corinthians 6:9-10


Sisters in Christ, Come on in and grab a cup of tea. Let's talk about ...Donnie McClurkin being
Attacked By Gay Activists. What? I am a supporter of Donnie McClurkin ministry. I am upset and I hope you will email Vincent Gray the mayor of Washington, D.C.

Christians in America the time to has come for you to start speaking up. You do not even understand the homosexual agenda. Its far more that begging for the right to marry. This story is yet another proof of where things are trying to go.

Many homosexuals are upset about Donnie McClurkin testimony. He was healed and delivered from homosexuality. He said it was not easy but he wanted it. HE has always prayed for other who are battling with the same issue. I have been to his concerts and events.

He has always been very therapeutic about the struggle of homosexuality. He was violated as a young man by a family member who knew he didn't have a dad in his life. He was told after the rape that it was his fault and that he was now a homosexual. He was violated at the turning age and believed the lie of the Enemy.

He has been the voice for many Christian who want to break the bondage of the "Demon" of homosexuality. He has always been very transparent and open. He has shared how hard it is to get out. He has shared its a spirit and you are not born this way. He has shared with people that if you got honest about the root cause you would agree.

This is a big issue. Ladies there are many men who don't talk about being rape as young men. He has gotten the courage from the Lord to share.

DO CHRISTIANS HAVE FREE SPEECH RIGHTS IN THE U.S. ANYMORE?

What are these homosexual organizations really trying to do? Christians its time to speak up. The more your silent then you are saying its okay. I haven't had a chance to tell you ladies about the new cartoon promoting homosexual families.

SIN is SIN.

From gluttony to homosexuality. The word of the Lord is very clear in the old and new testament. If you don't believe me look in an old DSM psychology book that these LGBT organization have managed to quietly destroy.

It was a book of disorders that explain the root cause of homosexuality and how to help people to get out of that lifestyle.

What is the future implementation of this act to other Christian speakers, preachers, entertainers?

Now we are discriminating towards heterosexuals?

I'm praying that a man of God will speak up on Donnie McClurkin behalf. Where is T.D. Jakes and all this other famous pastors? Let's see what people really believe. Everyone has the right to share their story/testimony. FREEDOM OF SPEECH. Now he can't make a living because of this incident. They are miss quoting him and putting words in his mouth.

There are many people and families that have been destroy because of homosexuality and down low brothers. He shared his story from the point of a victim who believed the devils lies.

I am so very upset. Is the Lupus organizations going to blacklist me because I was healed from Lupus? Really ladies, this are getting out of hand.

Take a moment an tweet,instagram, facebook, etc. your feeling and contact the government officials below:

Mayor Vincent Gray eom@dc.gov
 DC ARTS  cah@dc.gov

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According to Hamil Harris, from the Washington Post, Gospel singer Donnie McClurkin, who has said God delivered him from “the curse” of homosexuality, did not appear in a Saturday evening concert celebrating the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington, after several gay rights activists objected to his participation in the event.

McClurkin was scheduled to perform in the D.C.-government-sponsored concert with other singers at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial during the “Reflections on Peace: From Gandhi to King” event. But at the request of Mayor Vincent C. Gray (D), who fielded concerns from activists Friday, the Grammy-winning singer decided not to perform, according to the mayor’s office.

“The Arts and Humanities Commission and Donnie McClurkin’s management decided that it would be best for him to withdraw because the purpose of the event is to bring people together,” said Doxie McCoy, a spokeswoman for Gray. “Mayor Gray said the purpose of the event is to promote peace and harmony. That is what King was all about.”

McClurkin disputed that account, saying he was “asked not to attend” the concert. In a lengthy video statement posted online Saturday, McClurkin said Gray “uninvited me from a concert that I was supposed to headline.”
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  4. Great post! Very in-depth and insightful. It is too bad we don’t hear more about these sort of stories...and I sometimes feel as if Christians do not have free speech in the U.S. anymore. I am currently transitioning out of photography for weddings...and a big piece of that is because more and more photographers are being forced to photograph homosexual couples and their weddings, despite the fact that they feel it goes against their religious beliefs.

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