After Show: If It’s Short, It’s For Me!

Fashion Secret!

Wendy loves wearing her DVF dresses and reveals how she “Wendyizes” them!

Plus, it’s election day and Wendy’s going to vote after the show, but doesn’t know if Little Kev has a half day at school or not!

Then, Wendy shows us how she styles her ponytail wig that she wore on the show today, when she wears it around town on the weekends.

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  1. Truety says:

    The guy I am dating completed 8 years of seminary and became an ordained Catholic Priest. He served for many more years before accepting, these are his words, that Catholicism has become about the religion and upholding traditional practices than actually living the word building a spiritual relationships with God. He left the ministry as result this and because he encountered so much hypocrisy that you mentioned above the biggest being the he could not take the Catholic priest molesting young boys and then just being reassigned instead of removed so they would not prey on other boys.

    So I am not at all surprised by what you mentioned before and why the following is true:

    We are commanded to “hate what is evil; cling to what is good” (Romans 12:9). But, unless we have true discernment, how can we determine what is “evil” and what is “good”? In order to maintain the purity of the gospel, the church must distinguish truth from heresy. Wisdom also demands that we properly discriminate between what is “best” and what is merely “good.” -Got Questions Ministry

  2. Truety says:

    The problem today is so many people mix judgement up with discernment, and many people hang the threat of passing judgement over others head as a way of having bad overlooked or not called out. However, while we are not to judge, we as Christian we are call upon and it is our duty to discern good from bad. It is said best below:

    “A discerning person will acknowledge the worth of God’s Word: “All the words of my mouth are just; none of them is crooked or perverse. To the discerning all of them are right; they are faultless to those who have knowledge” (Proverbs 8:8-9). Seeking discernment is a goal for all who desire to walk righteously: “Who is wise? He will realize these things. Who is discerning? He will understand them. The ways of the LORD are right; the righteous walk in them, but the rebellious stumble in them” (Hosea 14:9).

    We are commanded to “hate what is evil; cling to what is good” (Romans 12:9). But, unless we have true discernment, how can we determine what is “evil” and what is “good”? In order to maintain the purity of the gospel, the church must distinguish truth from heresy. Wisdom also demands that we properly discriminate between what is “best” and what is merely “good.” -Got Questions Ministry