Joyce Meyer: ‘My Faith Will Raise the Dead and Yoga is Fine for Christians’

Beth Moore took a selfie with Joyce Meyer while appearing on her show.

“He could have helped himself up until the point where he said I commend my spirit into your hands, at that point he could  do nothing for himself anymore. He had become sin, he was no longer the Son of God. He was sin.”

(Geri Ungurean)  I remember when I first watched Joyce Meyer after some women at church recommended her.  It’s hard to put into words, but I felt that something was wrong. I had no desire to watch or listen to her again.

Then I began to research Ms. Meyer for an article.

I wrote an article called “Joyce Meyer – Apostate Millionaire” in 2015

Here is that article:

Some will no doubt be angry at this article. That has never stopped me from telling the truth.  If you are a Joyce Meyer fan, I would suggest that you take a step back, and look at all of the evidence against this woman. Then ask the Lord if this is a person He would want you to follow.

First of all, I want to say that I do not believe that the Bible supports women being pastors.  When the attributes of church leaders are described in the Word, it is always referring to men.  So, with that out of the way, I will continue about Ms. Meyer.

I was in Family Christian Bookstore today, waiting in line. The lady in front of me asked the cashier (manager) where the Joyce Meyer materials were. They struck up a conversation about their adoration of Meyer. Then I noticed that the manager lowered her voice while telling this customer a story about Meyer.  I was still able to hear her as she spoke in a way that showed she was trying to keep the information somewhat private.

The manager said to the customer, “I know Joyce Meyer personally.”  Then she put her hand beside her mouth, as one does when telling a secret, and said “Joyce Meyer took us all on vacation.” The customer was so impressed. I was so disgusted, and it was only God who held me back from saying what I thought of this whole discussion about Ms. Meyer.

I can only think that when she said “Took us all on vacation” it meant the managers of all of the Family Christian Bookstores – nationwide. This only served to confirm to me that Joyce Meyer is a business woman, with an empire worth many millions of dollars.  View article →


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