I love the Blasphemer’s Network, better known as TBN. Recently, I enjoyed a special treat as Joyce Meyer was hosting Praise the Lord and one of her special guests was none other then the Fairy Godmother of female televangelists, Marilyn Hickey.
Praise The Lord is the nightly talk show where heretics are given the opportunity by chief heretics Paul and Jan Crouch to sell their books; CD’s and promote their ministries all the while raising money for TBN.Win/win for them and a big lo$$ for anyone who falls for the garbage the heretics spew. This is also the opportunity for the heretics to promote their mentors, sycophants and gay psalmists. Meyer bragged about what an honor it was for her to invite Hickey to spend the 10 minutes or so to talk about “prayer”.
According to Joyce Meyer, Hickey actually passed her radio ministry onto Meyer through prayer at the church where Meyer attended some 30 years ago. Allegedly, Hickey was leaving radio and Meyer was trying to enter into that area and all of Meyer’s monumental success was attributed to a prayer made by Hickey. God was certainly blessing that day!
These two promoters of prosperity were definitely a hoot. It was interesting listening to these two heretics as they spouted on and on about prayer. Hickey said “we must look for answers when we pray” and then said we must “watch and pray”. No biblical references were ever given for their assumptions which are nothing unusual for these two grandmothers of greed.
Watch and pray was what Jesus told his disciples to do. He wanted them to pay careful attention to what was going on around them and then pray to God for the strength to protect them. Hickey believes we are to look around and see what to pray for and then ask God for this. As usual, their theology cup is nearly empty but enough for their followers to take an unhealthy drink.
Hickey believes that Matthew 18:19 means that whenever 2 or more come into agreement, their prayers will be answered. She didn’t use this on this particular show, but she has in the past which gives me room to question anything she says about prayer.
Hickey then told a story about her daughter, heretic in training Sarah Bowling. Allegedly, Bowling, while a student at Oral Roberts University, was unsure of her belief in Jesus when, allegedly, God told Hickey to “be cool” because God speaks “slang”. Hickey continued praying and a person who was saved at one of Hickey’s crusades 20 years before prayed for Bowling and the rest is heretic history.
Hickey was then given the chance to run a trailer of her healing crusade to Ethiopia where she claimed many physical healings yet failed to offer documentation that any physical healings actually occurred. Of course, all of this happened because of Hickey’s “prayers”.
Guess praying to the devil really works because I’m absolutely certain they ain’t praying to God.