According to $ Prosperity Heretics $ (who are nothing but liars and frauds), there is no such thing as a prosperity gospel.
Phil Pringle wrote in his book “Dead for Nothing?:”
“Jesus became poor regarding the wealth of this world on the cross, that those who receive Him may become rich with the wealth of this world.” [Source]
However, Pringle has publicly stated,
“I’ve never preached a gospel other than about Jesus my whole life. That’s the gospel: Jesus Christ. Beginning and end. You know I got no other message then that one.” [Source]
Joseph Prince wrote in his book “Unmerited Favor:”
“On the cross, Jesus bore the curse of poverty! This is what the Word of God declares: “For you know the grace [unmerited favor] of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though He was rich, yet for your sakes He became poor, that you through His poverty might become rich.” Read 2 Corinthians 8 for yourself. The entire chapter is about money and being a blessing financially to those who are in need.” [Source]
However, Joseph Prince says in the same book,
“There is no such thing as a “prosperity gospel.” There is only one gospel and that is the gospel of Jesus Christ.” [Source]
Noticing a trend here? It doesn’t stop there. According to Brian Houston,
“[Jesus] became poor so YOU could become rich. The purpose of Jesus coming to earth included giving up a place of abundance and riches and becoming poor so that we could escape that poverty.” [Source]
However, Brian Houston publicly insists,
“There is no such thing as a “prosperity gospel”. There is only one gospel – The gospel of grace – The gospel of Jesus.” [Source]
Let’s face it: if heretics are quite prepared to lie about God, what makes you think they wont lie to you? These Prosperity heretics and their Prosperity cults have been exposed to death preaching a false Jesus, false gospel and peddling a false spirit so they can capitalise on the most vulnerable in society. These are dangerous cults which not only destroy Christians but do incredibly amount of damage to communities, counterfeiting Christianity to financially scam people of their money.
Recently, Creflo Dollar was caught preaching the prosperity gospel:
However, Creflo Dollar had this to say earlier this year. Joy105.com reports,
No such thing as ‘prosperity gospel’ says Pastor Creflo Dollar
“It’s the gospel of grace,” says Pastor Creflo Dollar, who recently came under fire for asking congregation members to fund the purchase of a $65 million jet.
He canceled the campaign, and his spokesperson said there will not be another campaign for a jet.
Now, the host of Your World with Creflo is speaking out on the “prosperity gospel,” that is the belief that if you sow into a Christian ministry, God will grant you more back, increasing your wealth.
He says his money is not his own, but belongs to the Lord.
Watch the video and sound off on his thoughts.
Source: By Crystal Smith, Joy105.com reports, No such thing as ‘prosperity gospel’ says Pastor Creflo Dollar, Published 21/04/2015. (Accessed 24/10/2015.)