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Whitney Houston Funeral To Stream Online

Fans will be able to live stream Whitney Houston's funeral via Internet this Saturday.

Fans worldwide can watch Whitney Houston's funeral live via Internet this Saturday, according to the Washington Post.

The funeral will stream in its entirety via its Celebritology page. A link will be available on the blog's main page Saturday morning.

According to the blog, the funeral begins at noon Eastern Standard time and will take place at the New Hope Baptist Church in Newark, N.J., which was Houston’s childhood place of worship.

Houston died last weekend of undisclosed causes.

Aretha Franklin and Stevie Wonder are scheduled to perform, the Washington Post reported. Record producer Clive Davis also plans to speak.

Other celebrities attending include Oprah Winfrey, Tyler Perry, Alicia Keys, Bobby Brown, and Kevin Costner.

pastor avery February 19, 2012 at 02:10 AM
The devil has angels with nice voices too. Which angel was she light or dark?. Not of God I know that was suppose to bebut she chose the dark over Him when she left Him for fame. God's angels serve Him and Heavens laws not earthly things and drugs. Stop saying things you know Whitney didn't live you can't help others by lying. She left the church, Christ to serve herself and money. She should have kept Him and gave the world up. You can not serve two masters sorry!!!!!!!!!! He would have healed her where Bobby B and drugs couldn't or rehab. Wasn't she going again after the awards?
Kickendabobo February 19, 2012 at 04:06 AM
Pastor Avey? You sure are illiterate in your writing and so called Christian theology. According to your reasoning, everyone must be a saint in order to earn salvation based on how a person lives. Guess what, the bible clearly states that forgiveness and salvation cannot be earned, and that no person (you included) are deserving of GOD's grace. Break one commandment and you have broken the all. Since when did GOD grant Pastors (?) the authority to judge?
Lisa Culling February 23, 2012 at 08:39 PM
Whitney had a beautiful voice, no doubt but I find it very sad that she threw it all away selfishly for drugs, alcohol and an abusive relationship. All of which her daughter was exposed to and will live with the aftermath for the rest of her life. Beyond her voice, she was a terrible role model and yet society idolizes and puts her on a pedestal.
Janine Wilson-thomas February 24, 2012 at 05:36 PM
You're correct that salvation and forgiveness cannot be earned. However, God's forgiveness is based upon our repentance. To repent means "to turn around." This means we have stopped PRACTICING our sin. Yes, God understands our imperfections and weakness and expect us to fall short at times. However, that is much different from continuing in a lifestyle that is displeasing to God. Yes, he will forgive us when we break his commandments, however, only if we have turned our lives around and "disowned ourselves." Will we fall again, maybe. But, the key is to return. Whitney never did that.
Janine Wilson-thomas February 24, 2012 at 05:38 PM
Also, remember what Jesus said he would say to those who profess to serve God but failed to follow his commandments - " In that day I will say to you 'Get away from me. I never knew you, you workers of lawlessness."

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