WARNING:  The following pages are filled with crooks and frauds, past and present, the Tablets and the Dead Sea Scrolls, the Torah and the three Major Bible renditions calls them out in the first Commandment using the sentence  No False Gods Before Me”.   But these clowns and crooks are the false Gods using his name and stealing money for their lifestyles.

If we put them out of business and that money went to local federally approved places of worship we could feed the poor in this country… easily and stop paying farmers… 16 billion dollars not to raise food, let the migrants in to pick the crops. this was all stupid ideas and planning by morons in the Senate in Washington wearing red hats for votes… and donations with MAGA on the front which really means —  

They take advantage of the starving, hungry and poor, COVID-19, they claim friends with the  people of Israel, with fake Jewish alliances, they use hurricanes, storms, earthquakes, volcanos, and a lot of bullsh*t…   They collected billions of dollars (Last count was 65 Billion) worldwide and built lavish lives for themselves, taking your money and using it for themselves NOT the people who they said needed it — 

No one knows how much they steal from not the poor and needy… here is the partial list of theses Prosperity Gospel preachers, some have passed on and we have a few words for them.  Those who are arrested for fraud, IRS violations and cardinal criminal misuse of charitable funds, will soon be really arrested by an inquiry ( I cannot say any more about it).  

Obviously I do not like these crooks and frauds as they steal from the local churches feeding the poor and it’s no secret I expose these people, I do not forgive them, they are dirty by choice, they talk the talk but walk different paths — regardless of what they say, its what they do, they are thieves and false prophets —  I was once threatened by a follower for saying what I see honestly, at one of their rallies,  and one follower took a swing,  and missed,  I dispatched him.    A round kick, he dropped and Krav Maga 

God judges you by deeds not so much words, thats why you have free will, the design for your compassion is in you, you either are good with it or not… thats the choice of heaven and hell— 

A great man I met once said to me, “ What will you answer when you stand before God at the gates of heaven”  “And he asks you what did you do for your people”… That man was Simon Wiesenthal and he was referring to the Holocaust— 

Some listed here have passed on but their shows have been adopted by family members and partners, this is big cash cow business.  Some went to jail and back out with more lies and bullsh*t… And some need to go back to jail as they are thieves violating moral and civil laws… as charities…


We Present The Prosperity Gospel Thieves

"AN EYE FOR AN EYE" is a commandment found in the Book of Exodus 21:23–27 expressing the principle of reciprocal justice measure for measure.  In Roman civilization, the law of retaliation  Latinlex talionis, bears the same principle that a person who has injured another person is to be penalized to a similar degree by the injured party.

In softer interpretations, it means the victim receives the estimated value of the injury in compensation. The intent behind the principle was to restrict compensation to the value of the loss.

If, not if,  these people are stealing from the poor claimed for the poor, in equality everything they have should be taken away and given to the poor. And reduce their lives to living as the poor.  Novel, but jail means nothing,  let them suffer as the suffering they caused went unto others.

2022 — US Postal Service inspectors and IRS criminal investigators raided the offices of Benny Hinn, the infamous faith healer and “health and wealth” preacher. Here is what should know about Hinn and the prosperity gospel movement.

What is the prosperity gospel?  The prosperity gospel (also known as the “health and wealth gospel” or by its most popular brand, the “Word of Faith” movement) is a perversion of the gospel of Jesus that claims that God rewards increases in faith with increases in health and/or wealth. 

In the forefront is the doctrine of the assurance of “divine” physical health and prosperity through faith. In short, this means that,  “ health and wealth” are the automatic divine right of all Bible-believing Christians and may be procreated by faith as part of the package of salvation, since the Atonement of Christ includes not just the removal of sin, but also the removal of sickness and poverty.


What makes the prosperity gospel a false gospel?  —  David W. Jones outlines five errors of prosperity gospel teaching:

1. The Abrahamic covenant is a means to material entitlement. Nothing to do with it. It speaks of life.

2. Jesus’s atonement extends to the “sin” of material poverty. More bullsh*t — 

3. Christians give in order to gain material compensation from God. No bank accounts to prove that — 

4. Faith is a self-generated spiritual force that leads to prosperity.  Faith is in the heart talk is in the mouth --

5. Prayer is a tool to force God to grant prosperity —  Really a crock of sh*t —  

“In light of Scripture, the prosperity gospel is fundamentally flawed,” Jones says. “At bottom, it is a false gospel because of its faulty view of the relationship between God and man. Simply put, if the prosperity gospel is true, grace is obsolete, God is irrelevant, and man is the measure of all things. Whether they’re talking about the Abrahamic covenant, the atonement, giving, faith, or prayer, prosperity teachers turn the relationship between God and man into a quid pro quo transaction.”

Where did the prosperity gospel come from?  —  The prosperity gospel originated as an offshoot of Pentecostalism in post-World War II America. While it started in local congregations and in tent revivals, the movement gained a larger following through the use of radio and television, and became firmly entrenched in the 1980s with the rise of “televangelism.”

While not all prosperity gospel preachers are Pentecostal or charismatic (and most charismatic and Pentecostal Christians are not associated with the prosperity gospel), the movement is still largely connected to revivalist and charismatic churches. This has made it easier for the movement to gain traction in Africa, South America, and other areas of the world where Pentecostalism is rapidly expanding.

WHO PREACHES THE PROSPERITY GOSPEL?  —  The man who could be considered the father of modern prosperity gospel teaching is Oral Roberts. The faith-healing evangelist became so influential that he started his own school, Oral Roberts University (ORU). At the height of his influence, Roberts oversaw a ministry that brought in $110 million in annual revenue.

Kenneth Copeland, a student at ORU who served as a pilot and chauffeur for Oral Roberts, also became one of the most notorious (and wealthiest) of prosperity preachers. These men paved the way for the televangelists who became famous in the 1980s, including Jim and Tammy Faye Bakker, Benny Hinn, Pat Robertson, and Robert Tilton.

Today, some of the best-known prosperity teachers are Creflo Dollar, T. D. Jakes, Guillermo Maldonado, Joel Osteen, and Paula White.

HOW CAN WE IDENTIFY A PROSPERITY GOSPEL PREACHER?  —  In a 2014 sermon, John Piper outlined six keys to detecting the prosperity gospel:

1.  The absence of a serious doctrine of the biblical necessity and normalcy of suffering, the absence of a doctrine of suffering — 

2.  The absence of a clear and prominent doctrine of self-denial is a tip off that something is amiss —  

3.  The absence of serious exposition of Scripture  —  

4.  The absence of dealing with tensions in Scripture  —  

5.  Church leaders who have exorbitant lifestyles  —  

6.  A prominence of self and a marginalization of the greatness of God — 

WHO IN AMERICA IS ATTRACTED TO THE PROSPERITY GOSPEL?  —  In 2015, YouGov surveyed 1,000 American adults who describe themselves as either “ born again” or as an evangelical Christian, and asked their views about particular preachers and whether wealth is a sign of God’s favor.

On the question, “Do you believe that prayer can make you wealthier?” 15 percent of whites, 42 percent of blacks, and 25 percent of Hispanics answered “yes.”

On the question, “Is wealth a sign of God’s favor?” 9 percent of white, 34 percent of blacks, and 24 percent of Hispanics said “definitely” or “probably.”

When it comes to black prosperity gospel preachers, black evangelicals were much more likely than either Hispanic or white evangelicals to have a “very favorable” or “somewhat favorable” opinion. Seventy percent of blacks had a favorable opinion of T. D. Jakes compared to 10 percent for whites and 24 percent for Hispanics. (Most whites and Hispanics answered “not sure”—71 percent and 64 percent, compared to 15 percent for blacks.)

The results were much lower for Creflo Dollar: 28 percent of black evangelicals held a favorable view, compared to 3 percent for whites and 8 percent for Hispanics. (Most whites and Hispanics answered “not sure”—72 percent and 78 percent, compared to 26 percent for blacks.)

However, black evangelicals also held more favorable opinions of prosperity preachers who were not black. They were more likely to have a “very” or “somewhat” favorable view of: Joel Osteen (51 percent, compared to 22 percent for whites and 39 percent for Hispanics),  Pat Robertson (41 percent, compared to 17 percent for whites and 14 percent for Hispanics), Benny Hinn (23 percent, compared to 4 percent for whites and 12 percent for Hispanics), and Kenneth Copeland (34 percent, compared to 8 percent for whites and 12 percent for Hispanics).

Additionally, one in four black and Hispanic evangelicals believe it is acceptable for religious leaders to become wealthy through their religious work compared to one in seven white evangelicals.

YOU’ALL SUCKERS  —  It proves one thing, Barnum, the circus man had an accountant who said “ there is a Sucker born every minute" —   But some sources claim that it is most likely from famous con-man Joseph ("Paper Collar Joe") Bessimer, and other sources say that it was actually uttered by David Hannum in reference to Barnum's part in the Cardiff Giant hoax.

Hannum was exhibiting the "original" giant and had unsuccessfully sued Barnum for exhibiting a copy and claiming that it was the original. Crowds continued to pay to see Barnum's exhibit, even after both it and the original had been proven to be fakes.  A circus competitor to Barnum, Adam Forepaugh, attributed the quote to Barnum in a newspaper interview in an attempt to discredit him.

Another source credits late 1860s Chicago saloon owner Michael Cassius McDonald as the originator of the aphorism. According to the book Gem of the Prairie: Chicago Underworld (1940) by Herbert Asbury, McDonald was equipping his gambling house known as The Store when his partner expressed concern over the large number of roulette wheels and faro tables being installed and their ability to get enough players. McDonald then allegedly said, "Don't worry about that, there's a sucker born every minute.

HOW MUCH MONEY IS INVOLVED IN RELIGIOUS FRAUD?  — According to the respected academic journal International Bulletin of Missionary Research, Christian religious leaders alone will commit an estimated $63 billion in financial fraud in 2018 — constantly outpacing the billions spent by Christians on global missions — estimated at $56 billion this year. 

Another estimate from the Center for the Study of Global Christianity (from 2011) says Christian religious leaders commited $90 million in financial crimes daily, and the fraud is growing at a rate of 5.97% each year. The International Bulletin also estimated, ecclesiastical crime among Christians will hit approximately $80 billion annually by 2025. 

THE COMPETITION  —  Lots of competition in the closer to GOD club even deeper in the ranks of those who profess to know the secrets.  It’s all about the money, money and more money.  We could feed and clothe the poor in this country and the western Hemisphere simply by putting the TV preachers in jails and using that money for a good cause .

You see all of these touters claim they know the way with carefully woven scripts, lessons and propaganda. One truth is that there is only one God for he or she resides and is in your heart.   The one that is in your heart helps people, shares good thoughts, is kind and benevolent, loves their mate eternally, talks softly, works hard, and believes in the divine guidance such a lifestyle promotes.  That does not relate to anyone in this article.

The all seeing GOD recognizes this and acts accordingly.  He doesn’t need an ombudsmen to handle your affairs with him. A bended knee and a quiet room is all you need and his service is free.  He will guide you if you are honest with him.

The (SCUMBAGS) Of Prosperity Gospel


1  —  Click their name for their personal profile and possible criminal complaints to be filed —
2 —  You may start with Benny Hinn and use the arrow at the top of the page for the next fraud — 
3 —  More added as we research and bring their deeds to the surface — 
4 —  Several were removed as they are in jail  —  Ex:   Todd Koontz running a scam from Jail —
5 —  Several have died and are frozen in time in Purgatory or as soon as I get confirmation they are in hell — 

Note: Lucifer Mestopheles , CEO of Hell thanked me as he said, These are my kind of people! 


👺 JAN AND PAUL CROUCH   —  Rest -In -Purgatory  — Scumbags who stole from the people and they left a fortune of lies,  deceit, thirteen mansions etc,  and fifty-two thousand dollars of the ugliest wigs ever seen — He had a very unique way of showing displeasure with his critics, They were in power when PTL and Jim Bakker also learned how to steal using God’s name .  And basically took over when he went to jail

👺  JACK VAN IMPE AND REXELLA —If You  listen to them and you got dementia, this scumbag showed you his truth based on fear, bible bable mis-interpreted his way and one sick SOB narrative. 

He was unfit attracting followers who shortly will be interned in hell.  His wife is still collecting money with reruns and bullsh*t appearances by the fellow idiots who used to work for Darth Vader — and the dark side — Rexella his wife and senior acolyte carries on the show for donations.

This guy was such a creep, Lucifer Mestopheles thought he would make a good Vice President of hell and become a greeter teaching orientation to the newbies and giving the Gargoyles some time off.

On the other hand Lucifer said he had enough scumbags to fill the job — 

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For FRAUD AND TAX EVASION  $346,000 Is Still Soliciting Donations --

👉🏼Pensacola FPC rules state “inmates may not operate or direct businesses while incarcerated.”

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(CNN)   Ravi Zacharias, the prominent head of a global Christian organization who died in May, engaged in sexual misconduct that included “ texting, unwanted touching, spiritual abuse, and rape," according to a statement from the ministry he founded summarizing the results of an investigative report. 

Allegations came from four female massage therapists who said Zacharias "would either touch his genitals or ask them to touch his genitals." 

Additionally, five massage therapists claimed he "touched or rubbed them inappropriately," and one reported "many encounters over a period of years that she described as rape. 


👺 The law firm said it employed a private investigations firm that included former federal
law enforcement officers. More than 50 people were interviewed, including more than a dozen massage therapists, according to the report.  A digital forensics firm examined four cell phones and a laptop used by Zacharias.   Evidence was uncovered of "text- and email-based relationships with women who were not his wife," along with more than 200 photos of women, the report said.

Several women accused Zacharias of using ministry funds to give them financial support, eliciting personal information about their lives and employing religious language during encounters, according to the report. 

Zacharias, who defended Christianity through books and lectures, died last spring at his Atlanta home at the age of 74 after battling sarcoma. He was a leading figure among Christian apologetics, an intellectual form of Christian theology that defends faith against doubters by invoking history and logic.  























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