Joyce Meyer Admits She’s Been Preaching A False Gospel, Sort Of
Joyce Meyer, the baritone-throated false prophetess and Word of Faith pastrix hurls heresy from every angle in her bamboozling ministry and worldwide conference appearances. But in a recent video she posted on Instagram, she admits that her prosperity gospel teachings have been, well, “out of balance.”
“I’m glad for what I learned about prosperity, but it got out of balance. I’m glad for what I’ve learned about faith, but it got out of balance,” Meyer said in the video. “Every time somebody had a problem in their life, [I thought] it’s because they didn’t have enough faith. If you got sick it’s because you don’t have enough faith. If your child died, it’s because you don’t have enough faith.”
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“Faith is something God gives you that you need to use and release in your life. It’s a powerful force but it’s not just an automatic, you put your trust in God, you put your faith in Him,” Meyer explained.
Of course, since she continues to teach and preach the same nonsense, she’s still a false teacher and is still marked. (Be sure to also watch where Benny Hinn recently did the same thing.)
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