Here are some quotes from leading faith movement false teachers ("the 'faith' clowns"):
***"Being poor is a sin, when God promises prosperity. New house? New car? That's chicken feed. That's nothing compared to what God wants to do for you" (Robert Tilton, Charismatic Chaos, p. 285).
***"If you've got one dollar faith and you ask for a ten-thousand dollar item, it ain't going to work. It won't work. Jesus said, 'According to your [faith],' not according to God's will for you, in His own good time, if it's according to His will, if He can work it into his busy schedule. He said, 'According to your faith, be it unto you'" (Fred Price, Charismatic Chaos, p. 286).
***"Give $10 and receive $1000; Give $1000 and receive $100,000 … give one house and receive one hundred houses or a house worth one hundred times as much. Give one airplane and receive one hundred times the value of the airplane. … In short, Mark 10:30 is a very good deal" (Gloria Copeland God's Will Is Prosperity, p. 54).
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Does anyone think there is something wrong with these messages?