Dr. Juanita Bynum’s Response to “Spiritual Bullies” And Accusations About Her ‘Texting in Tongues’
We wanted to thank one of our readers for informing us about Juanita Bynum and her response to what people are saying about her ‘typing tongues’ in her messages on Facebook a couple of weeks ago.
So, we reviewed her Twitter page and on Aug 26th she goes on a rampage and calling people names; labeling her haters as ‘spiritual bullies’ because they don’t agree with tongue typing.
Though you will be able to see her rebuking people, she finds a moment to tell everyone she loves tweeting.
If you can get through all of the other talk, she adds that in the bible, Matthew 27:46-48 which states:
“46About the ninth hour Jesus cried out in a loud voice, “Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani?”–which means, “My God, my God, why have you forsaken me? 47When some of those standing there heard this, they said, 48He’s calling Elijah. Immediately one of them ran and got a sponge. He filled it with wine vinegar, put it on a stick, and offered it to Jesus to drink.”
We are not sure what explanation this is suppose to provide us except that Jesus spoke in tongues. Matthew tried to translate it into words, which is reported being the Hebrew language and that this was part of the most important moment in His offering His life for us. We are not sure how many people have tried to type tongue since the bible but this was reserved for him. What does his tongues that are translated have to do with hers that are not? (Except that they look like what some might utter in church.
Now, we see that she has officially responded to her tongues on Facebook. She appears very upset and orders people to go to her “Threshing Floor Prayer” page on Facebook. Per our reader, we made our way over there and take a look what she has to say two days after she posted the tongues.
Again, she’s arguing with those who do not agree with her and tries and kicks them off her page. Check out this last part where she calls people bullies and evil doers while trying to prove her claim but it sounds like child’s play. What a way to talk on a prayer page??? For a woman who travels the world, she has a lot of time on her hands to respond like this online.