Kim Gatlin of "Good Christian B*tches" Calls Out 'Country Club Christians'

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  1. At first she look like a tranny but it turns out she's just a phony Christian. A fake Christian. She hates the ladies at the women's Bible study that disagreed with her carnal liberal views. So she wrote a book condemning them Christian women.

  2. It's obvious she is like her friend Kristin Chenoweth that said she is a non-judgmental, liberal Christian. Translation , she does not practice living a Christian life.

  3. "This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be lovers of their own selves, covetous, boasters, proud, BLASPHEMERS, disobedient to parents, unthankful, UNHOLY," 2 TIMOTHY 3:1-2

  4. that video title is absolutely revolting. I never expected that from Blaze TV.
    we represent the Holy One, He owns us. How dare we disgrace Him with such blasphemy!
    i know im not perfect, and im careful not to judge you, but that is just wrong. Plain and simple!
    All will be judged before God's throne one day, soon.

  5. I'm a little saddened by these comments, pointing the finger at this daughter of God! This is why she wrote that book, it was to make one think and ask your self, am I truly acting as Christ, or am I just "acting" ?.

  6. You made me have my come to Jesus moment thank you evil demons thank God I read the Nag Hammadi text and not the Bible I can spot an archon demon from the mile now 👹

  7. She's saying after she had her un-Christian divorce, she found comfort in non-believers than actual self proclaimed Christian women. The hilariousness of this broadcast and irony.😂😂

  8. The title is a bit much, but I can understand the sentiment, as the church should be a hospital for the sick rather than a museum for our "A side" religious lifestyle.

    That said, divorce grieves God, and it wrecks spouses and children. Could it be that you were giving up too easily on your marriage? Were his sins (or yours) really that bad that each of you could not have given here and there to stay together? A far better outcome.

    I have witnessed (within the church) again, and again people getting divorced for the wrong reasons, which usually boiled down to stubborness and selfishness. Because God required it, my wife and I stuck it out through our selfish times, and I found my absolute best friend in the world. A wonderful woman whom I love immensely.

    The outside public can't see or know the particulars of your marriage, but maybe your "friends" did. If you spoke with Jesus today, what would he say?

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