Thursday, May 31, 2012

The Biggest Sinners

 Doing even more damage than bankers on Wall Street - Prosperity Preachers and their 'Name It and Claim It" teachings caused many to believe that everyone deserved to possess the material trappings of the rich.
 Many people bought bigger cars, bigger houses and newer items to fill these homes.
The problem was that no one told the foolish masses that it costs even more money to keep and maintain these (once thought to be) luxury items.
The real mantra of these so called 'Men of God' should have been, "Name It and Claim It - But Only If You Can Maintain It.".


John Kurman said...

Man, don't you know if you wish hard enough, it will come true? That's the Secret.

DF said...

Or maybe get out of financial slavery so you can trick like the best of them!

You can always sell a Sucker Hope & Dreams!

Mahndisa S. Rigmaiden said...

Right as rain. Debt peonage and its manifestations are pervasive and the bane of all that is just and good. The prosperity wolves teach being a part of a system that is inherently unjust and keeps us enslaved to mammon, in direct conflict with the teachings of Yeshua:)

brohammas said...

Whoever teaches that righteousness brings riches needs to look up a guy called John the Baptist.