Sunday, October 9, 2011

"I want to be a millionaire pastor-billionaire celebrity"


One of Paul Crouch's mansions.

"I want to be a millionaire pastor-billionaire celebrity" [turn off music when going to this website, it is secular wicked music]

This blog shows all the multi-million dollar homes of some of the hirelings.

2Pe 2:3 And through covetousness shall they with feigned words make merchandise of you: whose judgment now of a long time lingereth not, and their damnation slumbereth not.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

By their fruits you shall know them....

All about themselves for this world, nothing about Jesus other than using Him to further their own greed.

Doug

Abbey said...

You might want to put up a warning Bible Believer. Right in the beginning of the song that's playing the "F" word is used. I turned the sound off so I don't know what the rest of the lyrics are.

The first charlatan televangelists I remember is Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker. Since those days the number of false prophets has greatly increased. All those self proclaimed Christians are an insult to our Lord, a stumbling block to anyone searching for the truth, a snare to believers that lack discernment and a joke to the world.

I feel disgusted seeing the vast wealth of these wolves. They beg for money and unfortunately they get it. If they truly were disciples of Jesus and wanted to reach the world (which they do but with a different Gospel), they'd be living modestly and using the bulk of the donations to spread the Gospel. They are nothing more than snake oil salesmen pedaling their wares. Quite a few of them have made the comment that if Jesus were here today that He'd have a TV show. Absolutely not! The crowds and cameras would certainly follow Him though. That's just a statement used to deceive others and themselves into believing what they're doing is right. They are self serving not serving the Master or His sheep.

Those "homes" look like several houses built together. What a disgrace. They're no different than the pope et al and the obscene riches of the Vatican.

Bible Believer said...

I'll put a warning up about the music Thanks for telling me. Guess it didn't play for me when I went there, or was so low I could not hear it.

I agree they are an insult to God, and how many are they leading to be disgusted with what they think is Christianity?

They wouldn't have to live in huts if they were the real deal but they would use their money in Christian ways, not for extreme materialism.
Oh yeah when you hear people say they are on TBN, because they have "no choice" or its the best way to reach people, yes that is nonsense too. All the homeless in the world and yes they live in houses so gigantic, a person could get lost. I once told someone why does anyone want to live in a house where it exhausts them just to walk from one end to the other?