Has this super dangerous group (or one like it) infiltrated your church? Let me know down in the comments!
There are a bunch of REALLY DANGEROUS groups that are infiltrating churches to prey on people who are naive, lonely and /or financially desperate. I wish more pastors would put the kibosh on allowing this stuff to permeate their community, but people won’t know unless they’re given the information.
Fam, scripture tells us exactly how these dangerous groups operate – don’t be led astray!
“For among them are those who creep into households and capture weak women, burdened with sins and led astray by various passions, always learning and never able to arrive at a knowledge of the truth.” – 2 Timothy 3:6-7
Maybe they’re preying on your guilt:
“Don’t you want to spend more time at home with your children?”
Or maybe they’re preying on your pride:
“Don’t you want to enjoy the finer things in life?”
Or maybe they’re preying on your fear:
“What would you do if something happened to your husband?”
Just know, these groups will steal your time and leave you broke and if you want to break away, they’ll try to break your spirit by claiming that you’re a quitter or just not disciplined enough to succeed.
People, please realize these groups are sent by Satan himself to scam you out of money, run you ragged and get you to lose your faith – after all, doesn’t God want you to be successful in your “business?”
These demonic groups are here to plant the seeds of doubt in your mind while also taking your money and destroying your relationships.
Check out the article about this dangerous group (and ones like them) who squash the faith of people who are manipulated by their schemes: PINK TRUTH – DANGER IN YOUR CHURCH
While I have never been apart of these groups, nor has anyone in my family, I get letters from people who are losing their faith because they feel like failures and it’s all thanks to these groups. Be on guard! Warn your pastor. Warn your friends and family. When I see people recruiting at coffee shops, I will cut in and tell people it’s a scam when the recruiter gets up to order a drink or go to the bathroom.
I was in Utah yesterday and was reminded that I needed to say something about this when I saw this display at the store.