Pulpit & Pen was prepared to do a brief article on the opening of the Morris Cerullo Legacy International Center, regarding the astounding amount of heretics who will be present for the event. Faith-healers and prosperity preachers like Kenneth Copeland, Benny Hinn, Perry Stone and special guest speaker, Joel Osteen, will all be there.
Morris Cerullo is a hired-gun money-hustler brought in by TBN for the seed-faith infomercial scam. The 89-year-old is one of the few health-and-wealth preachers God didn’t strike dead with some kind of illness to prove his usual point. For some reason, this codger is still alive.
That aside, something caught our attention. Among the buildings (which include a hotel and spa) on the “ministry” grounds is a unique symbol in the landscaping outside. An odd-shaped sidewalk is formed in the fashion of a dollar sign.
Weird, right? Like…behold their god.
The $ was seen in the video below:
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