i still haven’t forgotten how my past church hurt me.
i’ve forgiven them but i’ll never forget how they did me.
i was just talking to someone from my past church about what i went through.
even years later,
the person is still proud of me for standing up and fighting back.
i think it has caused me to look sideways at church folks tbh.
i don’t attend any church even though i use to stream td jakes heavy.
If you want to see a bunch of followers in one setting,
go to a church.
church people are the original toxic stan group.
the way they’ll turn on you for their pastor,
or how they hate on others that aren’t in “the Jesus circle”,
is unmatched than the hive or the barbz.
one of my great friends sent me this interesting video today.
pastor mike todd from the transformation church in tulsa, ok…
spits in his hand and does this to one of the members…
Had never heard of “Pastor” Mike Todd before today. But I truly understand now why the elders used to frequently tell us that we’re in the last days.
— Jemele Hill (@jemelehill) January 17, 2022
HOCK THE LOOGIE FOR THE LAWD!
i threw up.
i won’t even cap.
why in God’s name is THAT okay?
what part of that is making that
fool gentleman go to heaven?
how much you wanna bet someone from that congregation would say:
“If you don’t let him hock a loogie on you,
you are disobeying God and not showing your faith.”
some church jackals LOVE to gaslight and manipulate you.
they LOVE to play the “you aren’t loyal” like it’s some kind of gang.
i was at the getting that kind of treatment before i had to start swinging.
i’m getting “i love humiliation” from mike todd.
the type who has the power so he uses it to embarrass people under him.
in the regular forest,
fool gentleman would never let that happen.
it’s a Pastor and he is connected to God so it’s okay!
couldn’t be me and will never be me.
this is pastor mike todd’s response:
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lowkey: even if the pastor doesn’t spit on people,
they find other interesting ways to humiliate their flock.
see more from pastor mike todd: here
the entire sermon from “the loogie from the Lawd”: