Snakes in the Pulpit

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It's all a game preachers' play, and these days, you have to have a personal relationship with God, or you will never have the discernment to recognize the game! The fact is, the only reason a prosperity message works is because we live in a materialistic society where the average church member is more focused on making money and earning great wealth than he or she is with the Lord.

This gay man of God went on to tell me that the music department, in particular, was fertile ...

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Overview

It's all a game preachers' play, and these days, you have to have a personal relationship with God, or you will never have the discernment to recognize the game! The fact is, the only reason a prosperity message works is because we live in a materialistic society where the average church member is more focused on making money and earning great wealth than he or she is with the Lord.

This gay man of God went on to tell me that the music department, in particular, was fertile ground for homosexual activity. Music is commonly known as a place where brothers can express themselves in say, a spiritedly, flamboyant manner.

These pimps are watching over your checkbook and your underage child, not your soul. Have you ever heard these pimps say God wants you debt free? Right, the reason for them to continue to feeding that line of crap to you is so that you can have more money to give to them and their families' lifestyles. They are flaunting all their worldly materialistic goods and covering it with twisted scriptures to keep people giving to their corporate empires. As they get richer, they won'teven help with your grocery or gas bills. What's really scary is that we continue to fall for these tricks

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780979836008
  • Publisher: Reuben Armstrong
  • Publication date: 8/28/2007
  • Pages: 188
  • Sales rank: 649,787
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.40 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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  • Posted August 31, 2009

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    Contradiction????

    I have not read the book. I ordered it for someone and after receiving it I was a bit alarmed at the size and the production of this book for such an expensive price. I did read some excerpts and feel that it is worthy info. I know that there are snakes in the pulpit and all around us people are taking advantage and taking our dollars every way that they can. So we pay an extreme price to hear about someone else taking our money. Que sera sera

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 25, 2008

    Snakes in the Pulpit

    I have not read the book yet, but I know it will be a good book for all to read. I have experienced a lot of stuff in church to know that there are snakes in the pulpits today. They are deceiving so many people, especially the ones that are vulnerable. All I can say is that people should read there bibles and seek Jesus for themselves.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2007

    THE DOOM OF FALSE PROPHETS

    An excellent book. I am glad someone has the nerve to expose these so-called prophets. Like pharaoh, who is going to lead his people to hell'yes you who follow these preachers are going to hell with them'so will the stupid folowers of thes false prophets. You can only get salvation from god alone. Salvation can not be bought or given to you by a preacher or any one else. Your good deeds will save your soul and your bad deeds will condemn it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 24, 2007

    It's Shocking

    I never knew that this was going on in churches. Reuben Armstrong kept it real and truthful.I am glad someone had the courage to expose these so- called men of God. This is a wake up call for me and my family

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 17, 2007

    He who is without sin let him cast the first stone

    I would say that everyone needs to be mindful of the people that they sit under and if you don't feel something is right in your spirit then you need to leave the church that you are in. Everyone is quick to jump on a preacher but, they are people to. Everyone is quick to judge someone else but you don't know what they are doing in there own home. You need to pray that GOD leads you to a GOOD church home. I have not read the book yet but will be picking up today. But, you can not say that the people that are listening to the false prophets are in trouble, GOD is the one that has the final say as to who will or will not make it in.

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