I remember a time when I believed Rod Parsley was genuinely sincere about preaching the Word of God. This was probably 20 years ago before the TV cameras, fame and fortune corrupted this once promising preacher into a preening posturing blithering idiot who either needs to repent or remain silent. Tonight he will be live on various Christian networks, teaming up with known heretics for his annual prayer cloth service. We’ve talked about this scam before. You contact Parsley with your prayer requests and he places them on an altar where he and others promise to “agree” with you and send you an “anointed” prayer cloth. Then you return the cloth with an offering. Voila! Your prayers are answered!
Yea……sure they are.
Pay careful attention to this. The only “contact” that Parsley is interested in is your contact information. That’s right boys and girls. He needs your contact information so he can bombard your mailbox with appeal after appeal in an attempt to separate you from your cash. Just look who Rod has teamed up with;
· Larry Huch
· Jesse Duplantis
· Marilyn Hickey
· Dr. Creflo Dollar
· Kenneth Copeland
· John Hagee
Quite an impressive list of heretics, huh? Don’t you feel blessed that these hell bound heretics have a desire to pray for you? Can I tell you something? I wouldn’t want these demons praying for me. I don’t know who they are praying to but it certainly isn’t the God of the bible.
Would you want someone like Copeland, who claims that God was the “biggest failure in the bible” praying for you? Why would God listen to someone who calls Him a failure?
How about Duplantis? Why does he need to pray? Couldn’t he just ask God for anything he wants while he’s making one of his visits to heaven to “cheer God up” because He’s having a “bad day”? Why doesn’t he take a break from his water fights in the River of Life with Jesus and just ask Him to hook everyone up?
Rod Parsley has gone completely mad. He needs our prayers desperately. The good thing is we don’t need some anointed hankie to do this. Just a simple “Our Father, whom art in heaven, please change Rod Parsleys heart Father” should suffice. For additional reading, please see the following links;