Matthew 7:15 (NIV) “Watch out for false prophets. They come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ferocious wolves.

Matthew 24:11: (NIV) “…and many false prophets will appear and deceive many people.”

2 Timothy 2:23 - 25 (NIV) - 23Again I say, don’t get involved in foolish, ignorant arguments that only start fights. 24 A servant of the Lord must not quarrel but must be kind to everyone, be able to teach, and be patient with difficult people. 25 Gently instruct those who oppose the truth. Perhaps God will change those people’s hearts, and they will learn the truth.

Friday, October 9, 2015

Don't Be Mad at Creflo, His Tweet was Directed at His Mega Church Buddies

There is a firestorm on social media over the following Creflo "Benjamin" Dollar Tweet, that is now deleted from Twitter.

It is quite obvious to me that the "us" he was referring to as laying claim to financial prosperity - was he and his fellow mega church pastors.

Look at the data I posted here this week on mega church pastors in the SBC whose churches are larger than 1000 in size. They are pulling well into the six figures, not including all the benefits and honorarium for speaking gigs, writing books, jobs for family, and so on.

So yes, for these pastors, Jesus absolutely did bleed and die for the purpose of the PASTORS' financial prosperity.

Jesus sure didn't die for the prosperity of their pew sitters. If Jesus died for Creflo's and the other mega pastors' financial gain, then it stands to reason that Jesus also died to turn the pew sitters over to spiritual abuse at the hands of these charlatans.

When will people wake up? Maybe they aren't asleep, just brain dead.

And never forget peeps, in Malachi 3 those versus your man of God uses to tell you that you must tithe or you're robbing God - Malachi was addressing that entire chapter to the religious leaders, not to the common folk.Your man of God is the one who is robbing God.

Don't believe me? Look it up. Take it up wit da book. These charlatans know this, they just hope you keep taking their word for it.


The Govteach said...

When I was in the radio business, the radio station owner in which my program was broadcast said he " hoped to go to hell, to see all the rich preachers thrown into the firey pit." He was serious. He had so many dealings with ministers who would buy air time on Sunday, and then not pay.
He said that ministers were the worst about not paying their bills, yet drove a new Lexus and had a new $1500 suit...

Anonymous said...

There's a reason they tell you to jump to Malachi 3 ~ Read the first sentence in Malachi.

On Judgement Day, I don't want to be anywhere near these money-grubbing clowns. The blast radius will be huge.

Anonymous said...

Kind of off the subject but FBC Dallas pastor a few days ago decided to anoint Republican front D Trump with prayer and laying on of hands along with some of his fellow men and women of God. Along with Jeffries was the Reverand Kenneth Copeland,Reverand Paula White and the Reverand David Jerimiah. Least I forger the Reverand Jan Crouch from TBN also participated. Actions do speak louder than words so I have nothing more to add.

Anonymous said...

Malachi was written to the Jews so all you Gentiles put your money in a retirement account. Trust me you will need it.

Anonymous said...

It was literally directed at his mega-church pastor buddies. Last December-January 2015 Creflo banded together with Gateway Elder and Marriage Today prophet Jimmy Evans and Gateway Senior Pastor Robert Morris to sell a prosperity multi-media package on Gateway Elder, James Robison's TV show Life Today on Daystar. For 18 consecutive broadcasting days - covering the entire Christmas season - these four men celebrated the "reason for the season" (money, money, money) by touting their "Jesus died to make you rich" scheme to the poor and desperate. It only cost $120 or $1,200 for the deluxe edition. See Creflo, Jimmy and Robert got to keep all that cash.

Morris and Evans pretend to distance themselves from such flagrant prosperity gospel money grubbing. Neither of the men hocked this package from their pulpits, but they are every bit as bad as Creflo Dollar. They just have slightly better PR teams handling their social media.

Anonymous said...

Jesus said in the new testament to give from the heart. That's a big difference from tithing. Tithing was under the old testament which we don't live under. If we did, we'd al
l be damned