On a big Sunday morning, Tamar Braxton has managed to land herself in some trouble by talking about the word of God while using profanity.
The singer and reality TV star took to Instagram where she shared a message that contained a curse word. The note was more or less directed at her alleged cheating husband, Vincent Herbert.
To summarize the post, Braxton more or less said that sometimes when a person is messing around, you need to pray and not whip their butt.
Many of her followers believe that she was talking about the cheating and love child scandals that led her to file for divorce from Herbert. She concluded her post with: “now go to church & be blessed.”
Fans found Tamar was wrong to mention “a$$” in the same sentence as God and church.
An angry Christian explained: “God would not have you use his name in the same sentence that has corrupted speech. His Word informs us to let good come from our lips to build each other up. Sometimes what we think is okay, is not okay with our Holy God. We must honestly know what pleases Him as it aligns with His Word. Sister, judge the Spirit or your thoughts alongside His Word . because God is not the author of confusion. Blessings and Cursing shouldn’t come out the same fountain.”
A person defended Tamar by saying if she heard a message from God, she should be free to express it and added: “Sometimes, Tamar, you need to remind them…hallelujah!!!! Lord blessed the hands that whoop his ass and may he learn his lesson the first time in Jesus amen, people take stuff so personally these days.. it just a word GOD placed in her spirit. The fact that you honestly believe that you do is a testament to your self-righteousness. You don’t know anyone else’s relationship with God but your own. That’s why the Bible also speaks about minding your own business. If you have never had an honest and open conversation with the spirit that dwells within you, one that isn’t always politically correct, graceful, or “holy” then you haven’t had a real experience—you’ve had a textbook experience. Go to your page and teach ppl how to pray instead of running in someone else’s house trying to tell them how to run it. I’m sure Tamar would appreciate it and so would everyone else.”
The Christian came back with the following response: “Not really it’s people like you that believe otherwise and think it’s ok. I bet you have never read the Bible because if you did you would be agreeing with me.”
Was she wrong to use the word a$$ while talking about Jesus?