Sunday, November 4, 2012

Marvin Winans, Jr. Sang 'I Believe I Can Fly' at Paula White's New Destiny Christian Center

After a guest minister, Minister Edwards preached a sermon and told the congregation to stand and say, 'I Believe I Can Fly,' a surprised guest was at New Destiny Christian Center.  The son of Pastor Marvin and famous gospel artist, Vickie Winans came down the aisle singing R. Kelly's song, cracking and off key.  Of course, we never have been a fan and never thought Marvin Winans, Jr. could hold a note, which is obviously the case of some other members of the Winans family.  Therefore, it is just the name, 'Winans' that sells the records.

Don't get it twisted, just because you hear a family member of the Winans family sing does not mean they can and it definitely does not mean they are anointed.   Anyway, as we continued to watch, Marvin Winans, Jr. begin to bounce to the music, similar of a secular music artist, the same old thing while watching the Winans family entertain us.  You may say, 'oh that's not nice,' but we must be truthful about it, for there was a time when those whom sang in the church sang under the power of God and there voice didn't crack, it was the Holy Spirit that gave them the gift.  Therefore, if we had many sanctified ministers behind the pulpit, we would not be watching music artists entertaining us, but we would have sacred gospel artists whom are anointed to sing, not just because they are a part of a legendary family in the gospel music industry.  It does not matter who your father or your mother is, it is the anointing of the Holy Ghost that makes you a great gospel singer, not the family name.

This Sunday, November the 4th was Paula White's Appreciation Day as pastor, we suppose that's why Marvin Winans, Jr. was invited to entertain the congregants of New Destiny Christian Center.

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