I am writing you, as one of my closest and most faithful partners, to let you know about a tremendous and historic opportunity for the Gospel of our wonderful Lord Jesus, and I am praying that the Holy Spirit will speak to you as I share this glorious news!
The central mission of our ministry is to use today’s cutting-edge technologies to fulfill our prophetic destiny to go into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature (Mark 16:15).
As a result, we have recently taken delivery on our Gulfstream G4SP plane, which we call Dove One. I have enclosed a beautiful photo-filled brochure to explain more about this incredible ministry tool that will increase the scope of our abilities to preach the Gospel around the globe. Now we must pay the remainder of the down payment, and I am asking the Lord Jesus to speak to 6,000 of my precious partners to sow a seed of $1,000 in the next ninety days. And I am praying, even as I write this letter, that you will be one of them!
"For your gift of $1,000 or more, you will receive these thank-you gifts to show my appreciation:
You will receive a beautiful art-quality model of Dove One for your desk or mantle as a constant reminder that you are a vital part of this last-days harvest for souls.
Your name will be placed prominently in a special area of Dove One where I study and pray during my travels, where I will also pray for you and your family as I go around the world preaching the Gospel. Everywhere I fly, your name will travel with me, millions of miles and for years to come, reminding me that you have made it possible for me to go and preach as God has called me to do."
"Televangelist Benny Hinn recently boarded his private Gulfstream jet with his entourage for Nigeria, but his healing crusade didn't do so well there. Only 1 million showed up for the three-day event, compared to the 6 million predicted by local Pentecostal pastors. His specially brought public address equipment for massive crowds was unnecessary. On day three his irritation bubbled over and he yelled '4 million dollars down the drain!' into his microphone. I'm shocked, shocked he would worry about money when lost souls are at stake."
No, it really isn't. Atheists, for the most part, have an unbearably smug little attitude of superiority. You're not superior to me. Nor, of course, am I superior to you. I happen to believe some things that you don't. I don't ask anybody else to believe them, I don't ask that laws be enacted as a result of my beliefs. I merely ask to be left alone to believe as I choose. And yet you self-righteous little bastards seem to think that it's perfectly alright to scream and point fingers and say "YOUR INVISIBLE SKY-GOD DOESN'T EXIST, LOOK AT HOW FUCKING STUPID YOU ARE".
There is an enormous difference between scamming people and using religion as the framework to do so, and people believing in something you don't. If you are unable to see that distinction, I pity you for your narrowness of thought.
Flunkie writes "you sure do, um, make sweeping claims about the various ways in which a whole group of people are inferior."No, I'm pointing out the hypocrisy inherent in the attitudes of 90% of atheists.
Flunkie writes "you sure do, um, make sweeping claims about the various ways in which a whole group of people are inferior."
Flunkie writes "Moreover, the idea that atheists are the driving loudly vocal and insistent force in our society on the topic of religion is, frankly, patently absurd."I said that when? Kindly do not put words in my mouth.
Flunkie writes "Moreover, the idea that atheists are the driving loudly vocal and insistent force in our society on the topic of religion is, frankly, patently absurd."
Why do you assume I'm Christian?
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