Move over Cindy Crawford and Jane Fonda. There’s a new exercise queen attempting to take the world by storm. Prosperity queen Paula White has run out of feasts to fleece her faithful and has stepped out into a new arena. It appears that precious Paula has decided to give prosperity a rest for this scam and is now promoting “The Ten Commandments of Health and Wellness” book and exercise DVD. For a gift of 35 bucks or more, you can become as fit as perky Paula.
Here’s a great quote from Paula’s website:
“Paula White teamed up with Dodd Romero, a world-renowned fitness trainer to such celebrities as Denzel Washington and Alex Rodriguez and fellow brother in Christ, and together they created The 10 Commandments of Health and Wellness, a health and fitness series that teaches you how to”
Notice how she describes Mr. Romero. He’s world-renowned, works with famous people, and oh, he’s a brother in Christ. Paula White could care less if Romero is a Christian or not. She’s all about fame and fortune and little else.
The website further states:
“Incorporate the physical principles of exercise and nutrition with biblical and spiritual lessons that will transform your life”.
Wow! You mean she’s actually going to attempt to teach her sheeple spiritual lessons from the bible? Would that be God’s Word or precious Paula’s word? Maybe she’ll teach “push-up your way to financial prosperity”? How about “Jumping Jacks for big cash”? Whatever she comes up with, one thing you can count on is that it won’t be biblical.
Moses’ Ten Commandments were inspired by God. Paula White’s Ten Commandments are inspired by greed. I think I’ll stick with Moses’ version. It’s too bad that precious Paula White doesn’t seem to agree.