If you’re looking for a religious charlatan who preaches a gospel of greed and self-indulgence, look no further than Joseph Prince. This so-called “teacher” is nothing more than a wolf in sheep’s clothing, peddling his false doctrine to the unsuspecting masses.
Prince’s insidious message is simple: if you just have enough faith, God will shower you with material wealth and worldly success. Never mind the fact that the Bible clearly states that “the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil” (1 Timothy 6:10) – according to Prince, God wants you to be rich, and He’ll make it happen if you just have enough faith.
During a recent sermon, Prince explained how Mickey Mouse believed in the prosperity gospel.
In this contemporary times and all that, you find that God is now restoring the truth about healing and prosperity. Now, what is happening is that every time God restores the truth in the past, the people attack, Martin Luther, for example, on justification by faith. They assassinated his character.
And then when the truth about the baptism of the Holy Spirit was restored back, the truth was attacked, was attacked by the enemy, because the enemy is afraid every time God restores truth that means what? The church becomes richer spiritually, becomes richer in their health, richer, even financially, even be able to provide.
So the devil put in all kinds of sayings like, for example, ‘as poor as a church mouse.’
Why must (it) be a church mouse? Right? Whereas Mickey Mouse is so wealthy. All right, you’re talking about health wealth, well Mickey Mouse is still alive. Looks quite healthy and forever young, right? So someone should come up against Mickey Mouse, saying that he believed in the health wealth doctrine.
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Is it just me, or is Joseph Prince’s obsession with “forever young” downright absurd? I mean, if he thinks he can use a genie-in-a-bottle god to stay young forever, then why is he wearing so much make-up?
According to this so-called “teacher,” Mickey Mouse is the poster boy for the “health and wealth doctrine” – because he’s still alive, he looks healthy, and he’s forever young. Never mind the fact that Mickey Mouse is a fictional character – in Prince’s twisted worldview, this cartoon mouse is living proof that God wants us to be rich and healthy.
But don’t be fooled by Prince’s smooth talk and flashy suits – behind the façade of spiritual authority, he is nothing more than a greedy con artist. He preys on the vulnerable and the desperate, promising them wealth and prosperity in exchange for their hard-earned money. And he doesn’t hesitate to twist the Scriptures to suit his own twisted agenda.
Prince’s so-called “teaching” is dangerous and heretical. He promotes a distorted view of the gospel that has nothing to do with the self-sacrificial love of Jesus Christ. Instead, he offers a gospel of self-indulgence and greed, telling people that they can have whatever they want if they just have enough faith.