Kierra Sheard has a message for women who seek to satisfy their lustful urges instead of do things God’s way.
“If being nasty got you there, being nasty is what will keep you there. Every once in awhile, a woman wants to just be a lady and carry her grace more than her nasty,” Sheard wrote in a new blog titled, “Don’t Lose Your Nasty, But Use It For When It’s Time..” “It’s hard having peace, where there’s an unrealistic responsibility. Love yourself enough to set real life goals.
The 28-year-old gospel singing daughter of Grammy Award-winning Karen Clark Sheard, of the gospel music group The Clark Sisters, and Bishop J. Drew Sheard, cautioned people about losing their value because of their sexual exploits.
“Love isn’t all fairy tales and pixie dust, but love shouldn’t make you feel alone or without value. Love may chasten you, but even with that part of love you don’t feel alone,” Sheard wrote. “You may lose your nasty, but you won’t necessarily lose your grace. Go where you’re safe enough to just be you with freedom and grace.
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