Michelle Williams Sounds Off On Judgemental Christians

'If We Had Your Eyes' is Michelle Williams single for her upcoming gospel album 'Journey To Freedom.'
"If We Had Your Eyes" is Michelle Williams single for her upcoming gospel album "Journey To Freedom." | (Photograph: Twitter/Michelle Williams)

Michelle Williams, the 33-year-old gospel singer formerly of Destiny's Child, seems to be sounding off on Christians who are being judgemental instead of loving and praying for others.

Williams has had to endure her fair share of criticism and internet gossip. However, it seems she is ready to combat it by letting people know how important it is to pray for others instead of tear them down with negative words.

"What happened to praying and interceding for people instead of judging them? Just a question," Williams recently wrote on Twitter. "You'll never see a change in those you judge! They'll never wanna come to your church, or even wanna know the God you say you serve!"

It seemed Williams was addressing other Christian people who could potentially push people away with negative comments.

"A person will definitely give their life to Christ because LOVE draws them not your bitter, mean tongue/blog comments, etc,"Williams exclaimed on Twitter.

It was just a few weeks ago that Williams defended herself against internet gossip that pitted her against her friend and former Destiny's Child group member Beyonce Knowles. Williams was featured in the song "Superpower" for Beyonce's self-titled album.

However, some of the subject matter on the project may have been too private for the singer to share. Some bloggers accused Williams of calling Beyonce's self-titled album embarrassing, causing the former to clarify some of her statements about her friend's project.

"What I meant was I would never say that [I was embarrassed] about my sister's work. She has a great body of work, an amazing catalogue … I love her work," Williams told The Insider.

After some blogs decided to insinuate that Beyonce's music embarrassed Williams, the latter had a message for those who believed it saying, "shame on you!"

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