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Praise-A-Thon For Money

Today, TBN was showing a repeat of one of their so called "PRAISE-A-THONS, with those of the WOF conning and deceiving people out of their money so they can maintain their lavish lifestyle. This is so tacky when the people in Japan need help with basic needs. What are your thoughts?

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\\"Jesus did not die on the cross because Jesus committed suicide".\\

That's curious.

If Jesus didn't really die on the cross, then He didn't really rise from the dead, did He?
---Cluny on 3/19/11


Eloy, here are somethings I have heard on both TBN and Dastar.

"The people of God are to be walking in darkness".

"God can't do anything on earth unless we give God permission".

"Jesus did not die on the cross because Jesus committed suicide".

There are many, many more which I don't remeber at this time.
---Rob on 3/19/11


//In order for a con artist to fool me, I have to fool my own self into believing that person, and this takes deep dishonesty inside my own self, so I can do this. Even Satan is not my main problem, then.// bill

without a doubt, this is the best statement that i have read on this site.
---aka on 3/16/11


Rob, can you elaborate on what different gospel TBN is preaching? is it not that Christ is the only Savior, and that without him there is no salvation from sin, hell, and destruction?
---Eloy on 3/16/11


Eloy, if you took the time to truly examine what these people are sharing and claiming to be the GOSPEL, you will see what they are sharing IS NOT THE SAVING GOSPEL OF CHRIST.

What these people are sharing is a completely different gospel and doctrine from SATAN Galatians 1:6-10, and 2 Corinthians 11:1-15.
---Rob on 3/15/11




Asking for money is how Christian broadcasting pays for the Christian broadcasting, and because people have great needs does not stop Christians from broadcasting the gospel. But if people on the TV broadcasts are using deception in order to get money from people, then that is wrong.
---Eloy on 3/15/11


There's a lot more to lose, than your money. So, why are so many worried about how ones are being fooled out of money??? It is wrong, but there is much more to be concerned about. Money is not the way, not a great means of solving troubles.

In order for a con artist to fool me, I have to fool my own self into believing that person, and this takes deep dishonesty inside my own self, so I can do this. Even Satan is not my main problem, then.

We have a miraculous ability to fool our own selves and not even know it. And this includes how we let things *decoy* our *attention* away from submitting to God in His peace (Colossians 3:15).
---Bill_willa6989 on 3/15/11


Cluny, your giving the scripture 2 Timothy 3:17 is just another example of taking scripture out of context and doing what is written in Romans 1:25.

2 Timothy 3:17 is written ithe singular text and not plural.
---Rob on 3/15/11


First of all when Jesus came to earth. He did away with the Mosaic law. Tithing at that was done away with.

He instituted a new law. What you receive freely, give freely. So these hypocrites that are out pounding the pavement for money and threatening the people are the ones that Jesus through out of the Synagogue in his day. And in the very near future he is going to destroy them for miss leading the entire inhabited earth. There lead Satan is changing the hypocrite into angles of false light. God does not need there help to raise money that they put into there own pockets. If anyone tells you they are raising money for God, Watch them carefully, they are thieves.
---Hank_Buyze on 3/15/11


\\I often wonder how many people know that in the entire NEW TESTAMENT, only one person was ever called "MAN OF GOD".
---Rob on 3/14/11\\

And your point is......??

According to 2 Timothy 3:17, we are ALL called to be men and women of God.
---Cluny on 3/15/11




Cluny, every now and then I watch both TBN and Daystar so I can learn of their current schemes and warn others, Romans 16:17-18, and Philippians 3:17-19.

These people claim to be men and women of God, but the truth is they are Illegitimate Bastards, Hebrews 12:8, and Servants of Satan, 2 Corinthians 11:13-14.

Thier are many people who claim to be men and women of God. This is just another perfect example of people doing what is written in Romans 1:25.

I often wonder how many people know that in the entire NEW TESTAMENT, only one person was ever called "MAN OF GOD".
---Rob on 3/14/11


The only good thing I watch is, segments about Jerusalem - Israel.

As for giving money to tbn ( tbn, transgressing Biblical necessities ), NO.
---Lawrence on 3/15/11


I don't watch TBN, because there's nothing on it I want to see.

Why do you waste your time on it if it upsets you?
---Cluny on 3/14/11


my thoughts are that...

your sister is a regular on here and you are trying to convince her of something that you have no power over.

or

you have deep roots and you are overly concerned with the world and maybe missing the master.

or both.

i did enjoy your posts 6 months ago, but it seems nowadays you are consumed by the very things that you hate.
---aka on 3/14/11


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