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False Teachers – False Hope!

“For if you wander beyond the teaching of Christ, you will leave God behind; while if you are loyal to Christ’s teachings, you will have God too.”

(2 John 9)

What Is “Prosperity Theology”? 

Prosperity Theology teaches that every Christian should always be healthy and wealthy and never be in a state of need. Any “children of the King” who are in need haven’t properly asked the King for what they want ... or they have sin in their lives. 

What is a false teaching?

It is any teaching which is contrary to the basic doctrines of God’s Word, such as those having to do with the Trinity, the virgin birth of Christ, His atoning death, His bodily resurrection and second coming, salvation by grace through faith, the bodily resurrection of all believers, and the reality of heaven and hell.

Prosperity Theology is based on the premise that Christians are able to “name and claim” whatever they desire because of their faith. Proponents believe they can create a binding transaction with God in which He is absolutely obligated to bless and provide what is asked of Him. 

The underlying principle of all Satan’s tactics is deception. He is crafty and has clever disguises. His deception began in the Garden of Eden and continues to this day. He invades the theological seminary and even the pulpit. He invades the church under cover of orthodox vocabulary, emptying sacred terms of their biblical sense.



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“At Gibeon the LORD appeared to Solomon in a dream by night, . . . ‘Ask what I shall give you . . . Give your servant therefore an understanding mind to govern your people, that I may discern between good and evil, for who is able to govern this your great people?"

1 Kings 3:5, 9

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