TV Evangelists of today may be in greater danger of damnation than regular church attendees. Some essentially try to guilt-trip Jesus and ask for money to support their extreme greed and materialism.
We hear of the luxurious, very expensive homes of some of the TV Evangelists, and it just doesn't sound right. Especially, when we hear about one that had an airconditioned doghouse. We are reminded of all the people who don't have enough food to eat, or a roof over their heads! When poor people consider sending a donation to a TV Evangelist, it would be so much better for them to find a hungry person and buy them some food!
It appears to be common practice for TV Evangelists to ask for donations. They want all the people in their listening audience to send them money. Jesus told us that whatever we do to the least of these, we do to him, and some of the people who send in money donations, can barely afford to eat or buy their medicine. Matt. 25:40. The Evangelists guilt-trip them into sending in donations from their meager resources. I would not want to be standing in the shoes of these TV Evangelists when they stand before the Judge on the Last Day trying to explain. They will spend eternity regretting what they have done!
For the poor, Creator still counts the blessing of their gift. However, for the TV Evangelist who took from the poor to feed the greed of the rich, it is damnation. In Matt. 23:14, Jesus tells us that those who devour the widows houses and make long prayers in pretense, shall receive the greater damnation.
When Jesus was asked which is the greatest Commandment, he replied that it is to love the Lord thy God with all of your heart, soul, mind, and strength, and the second is just as important as the first. Love your neighbor as yourself. Matt. 22:37-39. This makes it pretty clear that we will not see many TV Evangelists in the Holy City in residence with Jesus and our heavenly Father. They will receive their just rewards.
We could remember TV Evangelists in our prayers that they would learn to truly love others unconditionally, and thereby help draw others closer to our heavenly Father by being a Light themselves.
Dorothy was taught by Cherokee elder and wisdom keeper, John Red Hat Duke, for over ten years in Keetoowah Cherokee spiritual ways, in Eastern philosophy, and in Judaism. She was raised Christian so she has a good working knowledge of Christianity. She became disillusioned with Christianity so she now follows no religion, but strives to walk the Red Road spiritual path according to Jesus’ teachings.
She received her call from Creator in the fall of ‘92, and was then taught by the great prophet Elijah for four years. She was given four assurances by Creator when He called her. She was told that she was anointed by the Holy One of Israel, that she would be protected until this work was done, that Creator would go before her whenever He sent her somewhere, and that she did not have to prove herself to anyone. She is one of Creator's two prophesied witnesses.
Spiritual teachings of Jesus, Moses, and Elijah are taught in the book Red Hat Speaks by Dorothy K. Daigle. Red Hat Speaks can be ordered from any bookstore, or online from http://www.iuniverse.com for $10.95. Elijah came to restore all things in these End Times.