As I said, I cannot say that I would expect any less from the channel that also brings you Jesse Duplantis and John Hagee. These who would mix the message of biblical truth with philosophical and generally sophomoric insight which people seem to eat up. Of course the lies get mixed in, there is a magical potion that all of the sudden they say "Jesus!" and poof, they're acceptable.
I would like to ask Mr. Prince a few questions:
- Did Jesus follow the same thought as you do? I mean, he was rich, right (Luke 9:57-62)?
- Why did Jesus send the rich man away, "sad" (Luke 18:18-30, emphasis on v. 22-23)? According to your thinking he would've welcomed him on board and used his money, right?
- Since when is using a parable, about praying, good for material gain? Is that what Jesus would say to do?
- Why do you think it appropriate to use the vicarious sacrifice of Jesus interchangeably? One time regarding redemption and then toward this prosperity garbage?
- Isa. 55:1 seems to encourage a different economy that is uncommon among today's fare, what was God expecting them to use?
Boasting in the gospel of Christ,