“Moneeeeeey Cometh…To Me…NOW!

hat tip to Garcelle for pointing me to this video

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The man pictured above is Dr. Leroy Thompson, a degenerate con-pimp from Darrow, Louisiana. Rather than waste breath detailing his pimpistry, I’ll begin by showing you a classic video clip of this degenerate in action:

“Money Cometh & The Anointed Money Ritual” (source: ringo4life )

OK…allow me to take a couple of deep breaths before I rip into this fool.

3…2…1

This “mand of gawd” has been stalking the pulpit for 30 years (in fact, one of his prized protoge’s can be seen with him in the video DANCING ON MONEYCreflo Augustus Dollar, a/k/a “Cashflow Dolla”). Like many of those poor misguided sheep lapping up this false teachers heresy, I too did the “money cometh cheer” when I was at Eddie Long’s club back in the day – which makes it even more sickening to see such a sad reminder of the cancer that is infecting Christ’s church today.

In fact, at Eddie’s club, we used to turn in every direction in order to command God to “send money from the East, West, North, and South!” :roll:

I am living proof that you can be delivered from apostates and their heretical lunacy!

Moving along…

I can almost hear this pimps followers whaling and knashing their teeth: “That was an old video, you blaspheming demon from the pit of hell…Dr. Leroy is a mand of gawd who is doing the lawd’s work and helping gawd’s people walk in their divine favor and financial prosperity!”.

Well lemmings, that may be a 10+ year old video – but Pimp Leroy is still fleecing the sheep at a record pace today!

Let us also remember that the prosperity/Word of Faith “gospel” is a false, heretical gospel that decieves the gullible into thinking that God wants them “dripping in ice” (i.e. wearing expensive diamonds and other jewelry) and “pushing big whips dripping in candy paint” (i.e. driving big expensive cars with vibrant colors).

Even worse, dogs like Pimp Leroy, Creflo Dollar, Kenneth Copeland, and other 2-bit hustlers have the ba…I mean, nerve to publicly declare that we can command “covenant wealth” from God because it is our “divine right” and He is obligated to do it.

What sick, twisted, vile tripe!

There’s no need to dissect the video because the rebukes contained within it are very clear, but I’ve got to note a few things:

  • People are walking up and throwing their hard-earned money at the feet of this liar – AND HE’S WALKING ON IT TO “PUT SOME ANOINTING ON IT”.
  • “Give them the money Lord – send it to them!” shouts the liar
  • This really gets the lemmings excited – so they run up to the “altar” to throw EVEN MORE CASH at the liar (and his protoge’) so that they will be blessed!

Oh, and let’s not forget about how Pimp Leroy bragged about the wealth he throws at his children – and his expensive taste in pets.

Still think Pimp Leroy is “gawd’s man for such a time as this”, lemmings?

Congratulations, Louisiana – I think we found a specimen more vile than “Bishop” Paul Morton and his money-grubbing pimpistry.

Please indulge me for a moment as I remind you of the dangers of this false propserity gospel:

  • The heretical lie fools the sheep into thinking that they can “command” God to bless them, negating God’s dominion over His created. He rules us – we don’t rule Him.
  • Covetousness (which is what these pimps push by making you want material things from God) is idolatry – and every TRUE believer is commanded to avoid such heresy:

Ephesians 5:5-7 (New American Standard Bible)

 7 Therefore do not be (F)partakers with them;

 5 For this you know with certainty, that (A)no immoral or impure person or covetous man, who is an idolater, has an inheritance in the kingdom (B)of Christ and God.

 6 (C)Let no one deceive you with empty words, for because of these things (D)the wrath of God comes upon (E)the sons of disobedience.

  • God blesses whomever He wants to bless in whatever way He wants to bless them – and most often His blessings ARE NOT MATERIAL WEALTH. You can’t just “speak those things” and expect money and wealth to “manifest in your life” – NOTHING HAPPENS APART FROM GOD’S WILL:

James 4:13-16 (New American Standard Bible)

  13 (A)Come now, you who say, “(B)Today or tomorrow we will go to such and such a city, and spend a year there and engage in business and make a profit.”

 14 Yet you do not know what your life will be like tomorrow. (C)You are just a vapor that appears for a little while and then vanishes away.

 15 Instead, you ought to say, “(D)If the Lord wills, we will live and also do this or that.”

 16 But as it is, you boast in your arrogance; (E)all such boasting is evil.

  • God’s Word clearly admonishes us to avoid the pursuit of money and earthly gain (Matthew 6:19, 24; Luke 12:15; Hebrews 13:5; 1 Timothy 3:3, 6:10 and so on). Why would God CLEARLY forbid the pursuit of earthly treasures, yet “bless us” with those same treasures because we have “commanded” Him to? 

As I see it, those who claim to be Christians AND subscribe to this crap must believe that (1) degenerate pimps like Pimp Leroy and his ilk are “prophets of God”, AND (2) God must be schizophrenic because He simultaneously curses the pursuit of mammon, yet blesses His children with mammon.

I will stand with the Word of God concerning this vile heresy – and YOU SHOULD RUN QUICKLY AWAY FROM ANYONE WHO PUSHES THIS ANTICHRIST MESSAGE…or else you are dangerously close to having 2 Peter 2:17-19 describe your current state.

If you are one who subscribes to and teaches this false, wicked, heretical gospel – REPENT & RETURN TO THE LORD in fear and trembling…or Jude 1:11 will be your fate.

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  1. 1 N'Catina January 15, 2009 at 3:24 pm

    WOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO, I remember this one very well! He was among the first in the long line of pimps I was first instroduced to via a WOF “church” here in PHL back in 2003 or 2004. That “monaaaaaaaaay, cometh to me now” chant and ideology was well ingrained in me until God began opening my eyes to the garbage that it was in 2007.

  2. 2 Joel January 15, 2009 at 4:15 pm

    This is very sad the way these preachers lie to these poor people, the good of all this is that Jesus said in the last days these false preachers were starting to appear and that means we a closer than ever to meet with Jesus Christ.

    I believe God can supply all your needs but it doesn’t mean it will make rich the preachers.

    Serving Jesus is all about faith if we need something just let know God and He will take care of it.

    Joel

  3. 3 Vaughn January 15, 2009 at 7:03 pm

    Having seen the word mammon in the bible thru ignorant eyes was tragic, but i’m so very glad that I’ve never subscribed to what these money preachers were pushing. Like someone said before about the blessing plan, they get the blessing and you get stuck with the plan.

    But Leroy is a card to himself while saying, that money comes to me. Well if you’re astute to the english language, he did say that money comes to me (that means him in my book). So you can get happy about what he proclaims about himself. But I’d rather leave him alone and let him walk his $16,000 dog!

    The wheat is growing with the tares this we know, and what I really have to say is……..I was blind but now I see’

    I wonder how the percentage of what they give lines up with what they have left is?

  4. 4 gcmwatch January 15, 2009 at 9:48 pm

    God may have placed a lying spirit in the mouth of Leroy, et al. The greed of the people is just as egregious as the lies of this pied piper, thus creating a supply and demand system. I feel deeply saddened that people have fallen into this tragic cycle, yet I thank God that he is giving us the opportunity to speak out and warn people that this spectacle is not of God, neither do these men represent his Word.

  5. 5 Pastor Jim January 16, 2009 at 9:29 am

    That brought tears to my eyes. So angry and so sad.

    Is he telling people to expect their bills to disappear? That somehow God will rain down money from the sky without them having to WORK?

    Genesis 1:28 is our Creation Mandate to work and create as God’s image bearers – before the Fall.
    Genesis 3:16ff is the Curse itself which says we will eat by the sweat of our brow.
    2 Thessalonians 3:10 – ‘If anyone will not work, let him not eat’
    Don’t get me going through Proverbs or Ecclesiastes.

    When God blesses people financially it is through work and wisdom according to His instituted moral order. And as someone pointed out, He does not guarantee blessing. Can I get an ‘Amen’ from anyone who’s read Job?

    (Deep breaths)
    Lord HAVE MERCY on me first for my judgmental and prideful attitude. If I were in more dire circumstances, would I be tempted to follow this false teaching? Probably.
    Lord have mercy on the poor and downcast. Send them preachers of the truly good news.
    Lord have mercy even on these false prophets. Only You are worthy to judge. (In the meantime, could you strike them mute for the sake of Your Name?) Amen.

  6. 6 Garcelle January 16, 2009 at 2:44 pm

    ST, first, thanks for posting this. I felt sad and annoyed at the circus show. And for those who are still following the doctrines of the Word of Faith movement, really, how do you justify their behaviour in the video?

    • 8 speaking truth January 17, 2009 at 1:12 pm

      Thanks for the sobering reminder of the popularity of this filth, Kyle.

      It’s interesting that for every sermon about sound biblical principles – repentance of sin, living holy unto the Lord, salvation through Christ alone, the Doctrine of Grace, Regeneration – there are 1,000 of these vile misleading “prosperity…money comes to the children of God…God wants your pockets swole up!” messages.

  7. 9 Pamela January 17, 2009 at 4:28 pm

    Boy I have not heard this madness in years. I did not watch this video.

    I thank God for a minister at the church I attend. His name is Gary Carpenter. One of the calls on his life is to beat up the prosperity gospel madness. He refers to it as extortion because in most cases these guys say that if you do NOT fund their ministries that you will NOT receive from God. Of course he has made more than one of them angry when confronted with their lies.

  8. 10 escapeetoo January 18, 2009 at 8:50 pm

    NOTICE-” This reply is to all of you who are still on the strole for your pimp, daddy, mand of gawd”, Higher Living Coach or whoever!

    These videos are sad. What is even more disturbing is that I once subscribed to this mess!

    Nowhere in the 66 books of the Holy Bible does the phrase “Money Cometh” exist! Yet, these clowns lead thousands (including some of you) in this ridiculous chant. The salvation promised by God exists throughout the Old TEstament and is further revealed in the New Testament.

    Money comes when you WORK, plain and simple! Salvation comes (The crux of the matter) with a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. You don’t need a PIMP to get to Salvation.

  9. 11 Elum Rine March 16, 2009 at 3:45 am

    I do know its not good to talk behide some ones back, even if there in the wrong, but I do believe this is now part of my story, and we should believe that if money comes are way, its because of God alone… amen its Gods will

    • 12 speaking truth March 16, 2009 at 5:02 pm

      No one is talking behind anyone else’s back, Elum Rine. I’m calling these vipers out in broad daylight.

      I agree with you – wealth, health, or any other circumstance are at the mercy of God’s will and nothing more.

  10. 13 job June 12, 2009 at 1:57 pm

    i went to the two day confrence, him and my pastor sound alike. i dont sow unless i have it, but the one diffrence is that my rev doese now the diffrence between the God and himself.

  11. 14 pastor leroy thompson church member July 18, 2009 at 5:38 pm

    How dare anyone like that say something about a man of God like him. Ever since I have been going to his church, I have been truly blessed spiritually and financially. I happened to be one of those poor people that sat on that back row of his church and listened to the word of God that he spoke. Yes he does have a huge house…two actually. And yes he does have a Rolls Royce which was a gift from another pastor. The rest of his cars come from working like any other hard working man. He is one of the BEST MEN OF GOD. The phrase “Moneeeey Cometh… To Me…NOW!” is a way to uplift his members of his church to be more prosperous and to think deeper and get deeper into the word of God. IOn the bible it says “Ask and You Shall Get.” So he asking God to bring him money to be wealthy as God aspects from his children. Remember God DOESNT WANT HIS CHILDREN TO BE POOR, but to live in a world flowing with milk and honey. And live among the right things. Which includes NOT downing a pastor because he has more power from God than you can EVER imagine. So whoever wrote this article can research deeper and understand what exactly is going on inside the church walls of Word of Life Christian Center.

    • 15 speaking truth July 18, 2009 at 9:31 pm

      You’re right, church member, Pastor Leroy is truly a “mand of gawd for such a time as this”, and me and others who study the Word of God in entirety and in context are just haters who don’t have God’s favor. Just like those false teacher apostles Paul and Peter, I’m so misguided to believe that God blesses whom He chooses and we can’t sow seeds to get His attention – silly me. I’m sorry that I “put my mouth” on Pastor Leroy and wasted my time trusting in the words of Paul, Peter, Timothy, and even Christ Himself. I know that I and others who waste time reading and studying God’s Word in context and entirety will be stuck in the cheap seats in heaven (if we even make it up there) while you and others are walking the streets of gold, so please pray for us. Please pray that God would overtake us with blessings that are pressed down, shaken together and running over so that we can truly see that he wants us rich, fat, and happy.

      And whatever you do – PLEASE DON’T read about what Christ REALLY meant when He talked about abundant life – it’s just more hogwash.

  12. 16 Pastor G. September 24, 2009 at 11:47 am

    O.K. I don’t think any one one this blog really understands the commands that Jesus left with us was to love him and to love one another. There is no love in this article. Even if what this brother is preaching is true how can I receive what is being said here as truth when it is apparently hate filled. We have to remember this is a man or mand of God and we are not to be talking bad about him, because he is God’s. I also think that we are not looking at the complete picture when we speak about the abundance of God and the way we as humans look at mammon and wealth. We are to take a real close look at the covenant that God made with us and see what our part is and what His part is, and with the assistance of the Holy Spirit know what you should have and how to get it. Even with the money cometh chant it is coupled with sowing a seed. Nothing gets done in the Kingdom of God with out a seed and faith. I just want the people of God to come together instead of always trying to say who is absolutely right or absolutely wrong. You will be judged by the one who knows the intention of the heart. Peace Pastor G.

    • 17 speaking truth September 24, 2009 at 2:25 pm

      I disagree, Pastor G, this article is filled with love – my love for God and His Word and my disdain (or hate) for antichrist’s who pervert the Word for personal gain. Leroy Thomson is not a credible witness for the Lord – nor does he preach the Gospel of the bible. He’s a charlatan – a greedy charlatan – who preaches the perverted and heretical “prosperity gospel”. God’s covenant with us has nothing to do with our ability to “sow a seed” of money and expect a return – PERIOD. And let’s not go back to the often misunderstood “touch not my anointed” reference that allows degenerates like Leroy to say and do whatever they want without consequence.

      Sorry, but liars and deceivers don’t get a “pass” on this blog.

  13. 18 Pastor G. September 24, 2009 at 3:01 pm

    We do not war against one another. What proof do you have that this man is not a man of God. I see you attacking his character. I do not see any love toward the man. If you do not like what he is preaching then preach what you believe to be true. Attacking him only makes you LOOK like you don’t truly know the word or the Father. Peace Pastor G.

    • 19 speaking truth September 24, 2009 at 4:30 pm

      Pastor G, my only “proof” that Leroy Thompson – those like him – are not true men of God is the words that come from their mouths. When I read my bible (in context and completely), I can clearly see men like Leroy and his ilk are the very same people that Paul and Peter warned us about in relation to the great falling away. I’m not a pastor – just an average bible studying believer – so my only “preaching” is providing God’s truth against the lies of men.

      This blog has over 250 articles detailing doctrinal truth and sound theology – as well as warnings against people like Leroy Thompson. My aim is not to “prove how smart I am”. I am a slave to Christ, and my only allegiance is to His Word. As long as there are those out there lying on God, I will continue to counter the lies with His truth.

      • 20 Pastor G. September 24, 2009 at 8:30 pm

        I would not have you prove how smart you are.My only point is that you have no real proof of what you are accusing this man of and you are trying to assassinate his character. My only question is what part of the word is that?

        • 21 speaking truth September 24, 2009 at 8:52 pm

          Pastor G,

          I am not assassinating Leroy’s character – I am pointing out his (and his ilk’s) poor exegesis, flawed hermeneutics, and questionable theological foundation. As such, I would warn ANYONE to stay away from him and anyone like him. We can continue these circular discussions about Leroy (specifically) and false teachers (in general), but let’s just agree to disagree on my methodology. I say I am contending for the faith, you say I’m bad-mouthing “men of God”.

          Fine…it’s a draw.

  14. 22 Pastor Jim September 24, 2009 at 9:58 pm

    ST,
    It’s not a draw with Pastor G.

    Your exegesis is as good as anyone with the title of pastor. God does not anywhere in Scripture promise ‘that God doesn’t want his children to be poor.’

    He is a good God, but He promises riches in Heaven, and eternal inheritance. In fact in Philippians 3:10 we are told we will join in the ‘fellowship of his sufferings.’

    Anyone who argues for a prosperity gospel is arguing for a lie.

    Now stop being so *nice* and get out there and speak the truth in love.

  15. 23 Pastor Jim September 25, 2009 at 9:24 am

    Saw this “Scripture is Not a Playground” on the Gospel Coalition blog and thought of this interchanges:

    “Peter Brown (Augustine of Hippo: A Biography) considers Augustine’s “long-drawn-out correspondence” with Jerome. According to Brown, this document is unique in the Early Church for “it shows two highly-civilized men conducting with studied courtesy, a singularly rancorous correspondence.”

    “The following section is a good reminder from church history that “rightly handling the word of truth” (2 Tim. 2:15) is no child’s play:

    And when at last Jerome offered to bury the hatchet, and proposed (with considerable restraint, given his taste for invective), that they should “play together harmlessly in the fields of the Scriptures,” Augustine was not amused:

    “As for me, I prefer to do things in earnest, not to ‘play.’ If you chose the word to imply that what we do is easy exercise, then let me tell you, frankly, that I expected more of you….It is your business to help those engaged in great and exacting investigations–as if studying the Scriptures were a matter of romping around on level ground, not puffing and panting up a steep mountain-face.”

    [All quotes taken from pp. 271-72 of the revised edition, University of California Press: 2000.]”

    I wish there were more people who were into “great and exacting investigations.”

    • 24 speaking truth September 25, 2009 at 10:08 am

      Thanks for unearthing this info, PJ. I completely agree – the Gospel message is worth fighting for – but I’m just tired of debating foundational biblical truth…WITH PEOPLE WHO CLAIM THE NAME OF THE LORD!

      I have found through my evangelistic efforts that unbelievers are more intelligent in their rebuttals to knowing God than “believers” are in knowing God’s Word – and defending it. My writing style is distinctly clear: I note the offending heresy and DETAIL how God’s Word contrasts the lie (complete with links and references) yet people still find a reason to defend (or seek “forgiveness”…i.e. absolution) for the perpetrator, and I’m tired of it.

      2010 was supposed to be the year of the kinder, gentler ST but I guess I’m gonna have to be more deliberate in my defense of scripture.

      • 25 Pat September 28, 2009 at 9:02 pm

        Remember: Satan uses who allows him to weary and prevent you from crying out loud!!!! Let us not be weary in well doing…

  16. 26 Pastor "O" September 25, 2009 at 7:36 pm

    well let me say that what I saw in that video was sickening. I have been to Pastor Tompson’s church and he spoke a clear cut message, but his offering time was wild & crazy and I said, “I wont be comin back here no mo.” But my brotha here is what disterebs me also, the way you talk about, disrespect and dehumanize another child of God. now before you jump all over me read closely. I”m not defending him, I am simply trying to get you to listen to your own hate message. Yes I have had many Preachers, Pastors, and the like that I disagree with, but as much as I want to tell people not to listen to a word they are preaching, somethng called The Holy Spirit allows me to keep my cool and go on and preach the Gospel becuase this is our commission. My Brotha the only time Jesus went off on the people is when he turned the tables over in the Temple and cast the people out. Jesus also said to love your enemies, not to dicredit them or berate them, but to love them and do GOOD to them. We do share the same passion for a proper exegete, but I have to wonder what good will this do you in the end. you will probably say that you defended the Truth, but when I preach I defend the truth by preaching the TRUTH not sending hate messages mixed with the Word.

    Respectfully
    Pastor “O”

    • 27 speaking truth September 25, 2009 at 10:17 pm

      Pastor O,

      I do not de-humanize or berate false teachers. I pray that they will repent of their apostasy and embrace the Gospel of Jesus Christ. I simply choose to draw a stark contrast between their lies and the truth. These vipers have no problem spewing their lies and deceiving literally millions of people. They never allow anyone to get past their bodyguards (or “armor bearers”) to address them face-to-face, and they make sure to keep away from TRUE ministers of the Gospel. If they can boldy stand in the name of the Lord to attemp to mislead and defraud, I can stand boldy in the name of the Lord and declare that they are actually His enemies.

      Peter called false teachers unreasoning animals and dogs. Paul called them vipers, snakes, and more. Jesus called them hypocrites, fools, blind men, serpents and more. I am not negating that Leroy Thompson and his ilk are human – I am declaring that they are reprobate false teachers. I have complete trust that God will be the final arbitor for us all, and I will continue to shine the light of day of those who appear as angels of light but are truely ravenous wolves.

      While I hate what the false teachers represent – I don’t hate the people…I just love God.

  17. 28 Pamela Mcmiller September 26, 2009 at 10:32 pm

    Pastor O, So think God wants you to be poor? I don’t think so. you need go back and read more on prosperity. These are men of God and they love the lord. They are god fearing men. Men are destroyed by lack of knowledge. I’m not agreeing with you.

    Read and be Blessed!

    • 29 Pat September 28, 2009 at 9:04 pm

      Read your Bible pray every day and you will grow-grow!!!

    • 30 Pastor O October 1, 2009 at 1:50 am

      Mrs. McMiller,
      Who said that God wants us to be poor, becuase certainly I didn’t. I believe the Bible says that God wants us to prosper even as our souls prosper. I don’t claim to be broke or believe I should. I was (if you read my comment) commenting on the hate that I saw in the article. I have no doubt that Pastor Thompson is a man of God just like others, what I am saying is that I don’t believe God wants us as ministers of the Gospel of peace to only preach about money. This seems to be a feel good subject and the GOSPEL is being hidden. I have actually sat and conversed with Pastor Dollar. His ministry takes on another dimension of the Word. I have never seen him preach on money only. My concearn here is to try and speak to the moderator of this blog and shed some light, not to say that God wants us to be broke. Oh and I agree with you that men are destroyed for the lack of knowledge, and I am certainly not destroyed becuase I seek knowledge every day.

      Respectfully
      Pastor O

      • 31 speaking truth October 1, 2009 at 11:58 am

        Pastor O

        Let me be clear: Leroy Thompson is a pulpit minstrel who couldn’t present an expository sermon if he had a gun to his head. Thompson and his ilk base their entire ministries on the “God wants us all to be rich” lie. The bulk of his motivational speeches (because they certainly aren’t sermons on the Gospel) are replete with “you have to pay to play” references. Even when Thompson and his ilk say “prosperity doesn’t necessarily mean money”, they still link it to health, wealth, and “favor”. God blesses and curses whom He wills – you can’t perform rituals and rub your bible expecting Him to jump out and grant wishes – WHICH IS WHAT THOMPSON AND OTHER SNAKES TEACH.

        If Thompson teaches/preaches on “more than just money”, then why does he take his money hustling show on tour? I certainly don’t see any advertisements for a conference on the sovereignty of God as explained in the Gospels – or the doctrines of grace and repentance. And I guess it’s just a coincidence that the books and tapes that he sells show you how to “claim favor”, “flow in the supernatural anointing”, and get money from God. I guess he gives away his tapes on original sin and the Christology of the Old Testament for free, huh?

        Leroy Thompson and hirelings like him are wolves who decieve God’s people – and they need to repent of their wicked heresy and seek forgiveness from God for their lies. Rather than retyping the detailed arguments I’ve presented in the past against the heretical “prosperity” false gospel, I’ll just provide the links again:

        The “Prosperity Gospel” Lie
        “…materialism, flashy self-promotion, and foolish carnality.”
        Don’t Blame God, Blame The Greedy Pastor!
        What Does “Abundant Life” REALLY Mean?

  18. 32 Joey February 15, 2010 at 6:35 am

    “preachers” of this type take scriptures and twist there meaning to suit their message not God’s message (revealed in the scriptures by a central theme SALVATION). The Gospel (good news) is NOT good news about how to handle, invest, give away or make money. The scriptures do have principles for handling money , however that is not THE MAIN IDEA of the Gospel.
    Every time I see and hear these “Preachers” all I hear is the same thing over and over…money money money.
    The Gospel is about SALVATION , by and from a SAVIOUR ; THE LORD JESUS CHRIST. This life is too short to be concerned about how much money you had, have or will have.
    These “preachers” make themeselves look like fools with their over self confidence and air of authority over a teaching that is not biblical. I would rather listen to the Word of God preached by Expository Preachers such as John Piper or John McArthur ond others of this type.

    Joey

  19. 33 Larry Jacobs March 30, 2010 at 9:50 pm

    We can argue about who is right all we care while souls still get lost, the devil laughs at the Church and folks get sick, get poor and die hating God for placing sickness on them. We don’tknow as we ought to as yet, everyone of us, never mind all the big grammar learnt in schools of theology. I hear all these words like hermeneutics, exegesis etc yet the Church is powerless against sin, sickness andfalleth or the evil one.

    Why do yo judge your brother? To his master he falleth or riseth; yeah God is able to raise him up is what I read in the Bible. Some folks use Peter’s and Jude’s epistles to make themselves the word’s watchdog when in reality they are just disobeying Jesus’ commandment to love one another and leave the judgment to Him.

    We may not agree with certain things but it does not make us contenders for the faith at all. What makes us think we are not wrong nad they may be right?


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