“Perverse disputings of men of corrupt minds, and destitute of the truth, supposing that gain is godliness: from such withdraw thyself.” -1 Timothy 6:5
Recently, heretical Jesse Duplantis claimed that Christians could ‘speed up’ Jesus’ Second Coming if they give more money. Friends, he really said it.
What’s ridiculous about all of this, you say? Well, the Bible is clear that Jesus Himself doesn’t even know the times (Matthew 24:36) and yet, heretical Jesse Duplantis said if you sent him more money the Father would send Jesus sooner. This is blasphemy, as is it a different Gospel (Galatians 1:6-7).
“Now as Jannes and Jambres withstood Moses, so do these also resist the truth: men of corrupt minds, reprobate concerning the faith. But they shall proceed no further: for their folly shall be manifest unto all men, as their’s also was.” 2 Timothy 3:8-10
When I think of the last 40-50 years these charlatans have been allowed to occupy the pulpits across the country, I have to say that the fruit speaks for itself (Matthew 7:16): Sodomy, abortion, illegal immigration, corruption in the Church, corruption in the government; and it all comes back to the responsible party, the American Church that has clearly lost its way (Matthew 15:14).
Kenneth Copeland, Joyce Meyer, Steven Furtick, Todd White, Rick Warren, Rodney Howard Browne, Joel Osteen, Joseph Prince, Creflo Dollar, and these are just to name a few of those who are a part of this alliance of the heretical (2 Peter 2:14-18).
Right Wing Watch (A subversive socialist outlet) made claim: Jesse Duplantis claims Christians can ‘speed up’ Jesus’ Second Coming if they give more money.
Louisiana televangelist Jesse Duplantis said at a recent televised fundraiser that Christians “can speed up the time” of Jesus’ Second Coming by donating more money.
“I honestly believe this … the reason why Jesus hasn’t come is because people are not giving the way God told them to give,” he said, according to a clip shared on Twitter by the left-wing group Right Wing Watch.
Speaking at a fundraiser for Kenneth Copeland’s ministry, he continued, “When you understand this, you can speed up the time.”
Duplantis, the pastor of Covenant Church in Destrehan, St. Charles Parish, a multi-millionaire who owns a private plane and has been criticized for his lavish lifestyle, added, “I realized that I will not move people emotionally to give, I’m gonna have people move according to the Word of God. What is God saying to you?”
Duplantis, 72, then urged people to give, saying, “God the Father would say, ‘Jesus, go get ‘em.’”
Conclusion: These hirelings (John 10:12) have been making merchandise of the ignorant for far too long in this country, as well as others. If the people would take the time to know what the Word of God states (John 7:17), they would not be led astray by these blind and covetous (Give me, give me, give me my name is Jesse) heretics any longer, period!
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