Monday, April 16, 2012

The 16,000 Dollar Dog & Prosperity Boasting

It angers me to know that this man takes his election as a means to "fleece his flock" so brazenly!

I will wager every inch of skin on my human frame that there are many - especially single parents - who listened to his boasting about a dog and was wondering how their bills were going to be paid for the month as well as how they were going to buy food to feed their respective family.

Did not the Lord (Jesus Christ), tell Peter to "Feed My lambs", "Tend my sheep" and to "Feed my sheep"? Therefore, if preachers follow the written Word as they proclaim to do, then they know that not once did Christ give them/Peter the order to "pimp" the sheep nor the lambs.

These things (and more), should not be, and my destiny is to stop it as well as expose them.

- God'sdiva2u

1 comment:

  1. See Ephesians 5:1-16.

    Not once within the entire passages that I refer to above, is money mentioned as a means to invoke GOD's favor/blessing upon us. In fact, verse 2 tells us that Christ gave Himself for us as an offering and a sacrifice for GOD (a sweet smelling one at that)!

    Regarding the latter 18-19 words,knowing this truth, why do the prosperity preachers deceive us via saying that GOD desires our money in order that we may receive some?

    Moreover, this man says that "GOD ain't lettin' no misers in..."! Has he conviently forgotten about the poor man named Lazarus (who was carried by angels into the bosom of Abraham),contrasted against the rich man (who ended up in hell)? See Luke 16:19-25

    By the way, we are no longer under the law, we are under grace; yet the prosperity preachers become aphasic with this knowledge and try to bind us with the curse of the law whilst glossing over GOD's grace through Christ.

    - God'sdiva2u