The Sin and Hypocrisy in the Church Brought About the Divorce-Remarriage Sin in the Church Which Brought About the Homosexual Abomination in the Church Which Brought About the Lord’s Rebuking and Chastisement of the Coronavirus Plague in the Church and Yet Many Have Not Learned and Sadly So-called Bishops, Pastors, and Christians Are to Blame for the Whole Mess Not Just the Homosexuals and the Government. Here Are Just a Few Well-known Christians Who Have Divorced Since the Plague: Lysa and Art Terkeurst, Tavner and Danielle Smith, Devon Franklin and Megan Good, Cora Jakes and Richard Brandon Coleman, and the Creators of PUREFLIX David White and His Wife Andrea Logan. Meagan Good Says She Is “Grieving Her Divorce” and She Said It is “The Most Painful Thing I’ve Ever Experienced in My Life” and Cora Jakes-Coleman, T.D. Jakes’ Daughter, Announces Her Divorce From Richard Brandon Coleman. Daniel Whyte III Says Folks Do Not Be Shocked at All of These Divorces. This Was Afoot Big Time Before the Coronavirus Plague Hit the Church as Rebuke and Chastisement From the Lord. The Plague Slowed It Down a Little, but Sad to Say More Divorces Among People Who Claim to Be Christians Are Coming Because Many Men in the Church Are Weak, Henpecked, Controlled and Dominated by Their Wives and Have Been Beat Down by Their Wives, the Pastor, and the Pastor’s Wife, Because Many Pastors Are Weak, Henpecked, Controlled and Dominated by Their Wives, and They Don’t Have the Testicular Fortitude to Stand Up Against the Devil and How the Devil Is Using the Wife to Break Up the Family and Many So-called Christian Men Are Filled With Hubris and Think They Can Have Any Woman They Want, and Many Wives Are Filled With Disrespect, Bossiness, Lack of Submission to Their Husbands, Stubbornness, Rebelliousness, Witchcraft, Selfishness, and on Top of That They Have Made Up Their Minds to Do Whatever They Want to Do. So Sadly Many More Divorces and Destroyed Lives of Children Are on the Way if the Church Does Not Repent.

Meagan Good has opened up about her divorce from her husband DeVon Franklin. The couple was married for nine years.

In a Twitter Spaces chat with XONecole, the actress said that she’s “grieving” her divorce.

“Throughout life, I’ve always approached relationships as understanding that at some point, they’ll get to the place that they’re going to, and then they would be over,” Good said. “I’ve always had an attitude of like, ‘Alright, next chapter. We’ll see what’s next,’ and being okay with that and appreciating what you give to someone and what they give to you and sharing a moment in time and in life that you never get back regardless of how it ends.”

However, she did think her marriage to Franklin would be different—assuming they would remain married for most of her life. Good said her divorce is “the most painful thing I’ve ever experienced in my life,” but she is “still optimistic. I still am hopeful for the future. I still—maybe this isn’t a chapter, but I just feel that it’s my next act in life and I trust God.”

She continued about her trust in God, saying, “Not everything makes sense to me right now but… I’m excited to see what this next act of life is going to be and what God has in store and that’s all I can really do but even in doing that, I do have gratitude and so much joy in my heart for these past 11 years that DeVon and I have been together,” said Good. “What he’s given into my life and what I was able to give to him, just everything.”

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SOURCE: Complex

Cora Jakes Coleman announced that she and husband Richard Brandon Coleman were divorcing on January 24, 2022 via social media. The couple was married for over 11 years and share two children who they adopted. Cora Jakes is best known as the Executive Director of Destiny House Children’s Ministry of The Potter’s House of Dallas, which has more than 30,000 members and over 50 outreach ministries. According to her biography, “under Cora’s dynamic and compassionate leadership, attendance in the children’s ministry increased by over 300%. Cora has a way with words, and a refreshing openness, that makes her a much sought after speaker and writer.”