On Wednesday, October 7, 2015, megacult pastor, charlatan, and false prophet, Creflo Dollar, posted the following statement on Twitter:
Jesus bled and died for us so that we can lay claim to the promise of financial prosperity.
#ProsperityInChrist #WealthyLiving #AbundantLife
It goes without saying that this is one of the most blasphemous, outrageous claims by someone who names the name of Christ. But we also know that this isn’t his first rodeo. A few months ago, Dollar solicited money from his congregation to purchase a $70 million jet, stating that it was required for his ministry.
However, after receiving much backlash over his tweet, he has since Canerized it. In other words, in the tradition of Ergun Caner, he has removed the evidence of his statement and is no longer available for viewing on Twitter.
Did he realize his error and repent of it? Doubtful.
We shall see.
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