The prosperity gospel is arguably the second-most nefarious and subversive false gospel plaguing the American Church today, right behind the social justice gospel. The prosperity gospel teaches that God is, in a sense, a genie in a bottle, and by having enough faith, you can get what you want from him — material gain.
The prosperity gospel in America is largely associated with celebrity hucksters like Kenneth Copeland, Joel Osteen, T.D. Jakes, and others, but the false gospel has plagued the more conservative sects as well. And while the prosperity gospel is stereotypically associated with health and wealth, the same principle applies to a multitude of selfish desires.
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“If learning how to turn your passion into a million-dollar online business sounds interesting to you, LIFE SURGE IS FOR YOU.”
“If learning how to maximize your business dreams without sacrificing Godly principles sounds compelling to you, LIFE SURGE IS FOR YOU.”
These are some of the headlines of an upcoming multi-city conferencing tour called Life Surge being put on by Tim Tebow, Priscilla Shirer, Willie Robertson, the Duck Dynasty guy, and some other guy named Nick Vujicic. This event claims that it will be an event teaching Christians how to turn their faith into cold, hard cash. In reality, it’s nothing more than the prosperity gospel wrapped up in high-quality production and devoid of the gospel. Watch: