Did y’all see where the FDA sent out letters to seven companies to stop selling products that claim they can cure or treat the coronavirus?
One of them being the religious program with Jim Bakker. You would think that he would have learned not to try and scam people after going to jail! Geeeeeez.
Someone is always trying to make a quick buck the dishonest way. That’s bad enough but it’s truly disgraceful to claim to be a Christian while taking advantage of others vulnerability.
Didn’t Jim Bakker learn that his prosperity gospel preaching didn’t work before? He had a long time to think about it in jail. Claims he did learn and now he is back to his old tricks. What a shame!
It’s about preying on people’s fears. It’s about trying to control others. That isn’t compassion. That isn’t even leadership in faith. It’s disgraceful. They are bad examples. It’s not preaching faith at all.
They are relying on people’s stupidity by following blindly. Question everything! If it sounds to good to be true. It is.
Being gullible could cost someone their life, people need to seek legitimate medical treatment.
It’s great if people want to show faith in God through prayer but there is no way they should buy a product claiming to be a cure or treatment!