Thursday, November 15, 2012

Creflo Dollar Says I'm Bringing A Curse on Myself for Exposing Pastors

What do you think?  I don't know a whole lot about Creflo Dollar, but I've heard similar teachings.  Am I cursed for exposing "appointed leaders?"  This video clip is less than 3 minutes long.  I'm not sure I will be able to sleep tonight.   I'm so scared, Brother Creflo!  

Transcribed from the video:

We got (sic) to be careful when we hear about the failures of appointed leaders that we don’t open our mouth up and let Facebook bring a curse on us. 

It’s time to cover our leaders . . . (JA note:  Take note he opens his jacket when saying, "it's time to cover our leaders."  Yet to me, that is a gesture of "exposing" not "covering".  hahahaha  His actions are speaking louder than his words - thanks, Creflo!)   . . . . because some of these men have made bad decisions maybe, I don’t know.   Some of them have gotten themselves in places where they should (sic) be.  I don’t know.   

But what I do know, is that I’m not going to join up with the accuser of the brethren.  I’m going to cover . .  I’m going to cover them.  Listen, I’m going to cover them because they are appointed authority.  

I didn't feel like transcribing the story of David, Jonathan, and Saul, but it's short and you can listen to it, but here are more words directed to people who like me who expose "appointed" leaders.  

See, the democratic mindset convinces you that when you see appointed authorities in the kingdom, it is your job to expose.  And all you do is bring a curse on yourself because you’ve not been properly trained how to honor appointed authority.

Some of these leaders who are no longer in ministry are still anointed and they could have been restored back in their place and they’ve help millions and millions of people.  But you teamed up with the world and the devil when you became and an accuser of the brethren and that anointing got STOPPED.  And what it could have accomplished it doesn’t have the chance to accomplish anymore because you joined the Twitter/Facebook crowd to expose and to dishonor spiritual authority.   And I am telling you that you could be 100% right in reporting what you know, but you are 100% wrong in your handling of spiritual authority.  

WHOA, Baby!

Dee & Deb, Tom, Alex, Kevin, Paul - consider yourselves forewarned.  

signed, your blogging Sistah


  1. I see you haven't lost your sense of humor!

  2. Creflo be forgettin' something:

    I Timothy 5:19; Do not entertain an accusation against an elder unless it is brought by two or three witnesses. Those who sin are to be rebuked
    publicly, so that the others may take warning.

    1. Well, the Philsopher King probably has a special Bible with key verses like that removed. Haven't you heard of the SATB? Spiritual Abuser's Translation Bible

    2. I think they get those Bibles at the Creepy Spiritual Abuse School (CSAS).

  3. Hilarious but pathetic at the same time. First of all "leaders" or pastors aren't anymore anointed than you or I. Secondly they are not above reproach. Crefro has got his feelings hurt after getting cuffed & stuffed into a police car for domestic Violence and caught lying about
    his Gulfstream Jet,mansion and extraordinarily extravagant life style. Why does any man need $2,500 custom made suits ? It ridiculas, this guy really thinks he is KING Crefro just because he as gotten by with scamming a bunch of ignorant intercity folks with horriable doctrine.

    How pathetic the church has become. So many amazingly stupid Christians defending this kind of false teaching.

    Fear not Julie Anne for I declare you this day, November 16, 2012 just as anointed as Crefro. Just don't go buying some $2500 outfit, no need to prove anything. You have already single handily neutralized the false teachers favorite threat "I'm going to sue ya". It just doesn't have that fear factor anymore and will just bring them more exposure.

    There has been a game changer and these idiots like CreepLOW just don't get it.

    1. HA - such a great comment, Andy!

      Thanks for that special anointing, Andy :) No fears on me buying a $2,500 outfit, my financial concerns usually revolve around my kids, like music lessons, club volleyball, etc, you know, what normal families deal with.

      What I find interesting is this: how does he know what's being spread around Facebook? Unless he's got an inner circle feeding his ego with juicy tidbits? What, could this be another narcissist pastor who is trying to control what his people can and cannot say? I give him this much - - I don't think he's sued a former congregant. He's all bark, no bite. woof, woof

  4. Oooooh, I'm shakin' in my li'l booties.


    Grow up, Creflo, and take your lumps. Pass that on to your pals.

    1. The only lumps he has are the ones he has created. I feel bad for the people he is controlling.

  5. If people only read their Bibles it'd put him and his ilk out of business.

  6. Now look at you. Millions and millions of people could be helped if you'd stop messing with folk's annointed-ness. Or something.

    Yeah, I'll take my chances on the curse.

  7. So, maybe you talked about this in an earlier post and if so, would you mind linking me, but where do they believe all this anointed business come from. What I mean is how do I personally know they have been anointed other than the fact they tell me it is so. This is all so strange to me.

  8. Wow, that's easy, Shakes. The answer to your question is just to observe who has the shiniest suit and you'll sure know then and there 'who has the anointing'! LOL!

    1. LOL! Oh, ok then. I guess my church was derelict in duties by not including this in my spiritual education!

    2. You two are funny!

      Shakes - The anointed business is new to me, too, but it is definitely in some circles. On my right sidebar, you can find "Faith Tabernacle Abuse". The teaching is prevalent there. You do NOT touch God's anointed one. Strangely, those posts are the most popular posts on the blog (aside from the post where I announced that we won the case). I've heard this particular church does not watch tv and they are discouraged from using the internet, so for my posts to have so many hits really says something. People are searching for answers.

      This post in particular deals with that specific subject: Don't Touch God's Anointed It's crazy teaching.

      Here is a comment that someone left for me:

      Woman i fear for your soul.. i dont go to that church but i have heard him preach.. and whether u believe it or not he was annointed and i would highly advise you to shut your running mouth being sarcastic that was Gods annointed irreguardless of if he did had wrong u need to keep your mouth shut.. and for the record i am a woman as well not "bashing" you because you are a woman

      This woman scares me more than Brother Dollar! :) I only get a curse on me with Creflo, but the woman commenter says my soul is at stake. Ouch!

  9. I saw his comments about Saul. If I remember my bible stories correctly there was a certain Prophet that told Saul God wasn't so pleased with him. Then you have the author of the 'exposures' in the bible - the one that wrote the stories of his sin.

    You have to wonder if they man is doing this for the benefit of his daughter that called 911 on him, and had him arrested for Domestic Violence. What's a matter Creflo? Court date getting closer?

    1. Could be, Hannah. Creflo sure has enough drama in his life - it's funny that he is trying to use his self-appointed power to control what people say on the internet.

      Can you imagine - someone telling grown adults what they can and cannot say and acting like they are appointed by God to do so? My Creep-O meter just went haywire.

  10. Hey

    These “Pastors that Abuse” deceive folks into beliving they have - “The Anointing.”

    AAAARRRGGGHHHHH - Bah - Humbug.

    What they really have is - “The Annoying-ton.” ;-)

  11. Julie Anne

    You write...
    “The anointed business is new to me,”

    Yup - this “anointed business” is “Spiritual Abuse 101.” I heard this verse a lot...
    “Saying, Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm.” Psalm 105:15

    “Pastors addicted to “Exercising Authority” Use this verse a lot to stop the questions.” Seems these “self appointed leaders” are always the special ones - “The Anointed.” And you are never to question or disagree or challenge their “Spiritual Authority.”

    But - If you read all of Psalm 105 you get a different view of who is “Anointed.”
    (Let me know what you think.)

    And - Since leaving “The Corrupt Religious System” I have this “Rule of Thumb.”
    If someone has to “Tell me” they are special - “The Anointed” - They ain’t...
    Or, they have to “Tell me” they are “God’s Spiritual Authority.” They ain’t...

    Jesus said, “He who speaks of himself seeks his own Glory” John 7:18.

    When you believe the lie you start to die...

    Now I find verses that say - You Julie, and all believers have - “The Anointing.”

    1 John 2:20 KJV
    But ye have an unction (unction = anointing)
    from the Holy One, and ye know all things.

    I John 2:26-27 KJV
    These things have I written unto you concerning them that seduce you.
    But “the anointing” which ye have received of him abideth in you,
    *and ye need NOT that any man teach you:*
    (You can get it for yourself from Jesus.)
    but as “the same anointing” teacheth you of all things,
    and is truth, and is no lie, and even as it hath taught you,
    ye shall abide in him.

    Thank you Jesus...

  12. Pretty self-serving for putting a curse on a potential messenger of God.

  13. Julie Anne,

    I guess you are only half-cursed since I only see a twitter link, and not facebook on your page. :)

    1. Well, not so fast, Matthias. I may not have a Facebook page for the blog, but I just checked my stats and today there are 4 hits from Facebook. So someone is posting links on Facebook. I think I'm entitled to the full curse. haha

      Isn't he acting like a playground bully?

  14. Anyone who would follow any "preacher" with the last name DOLLAR is da fooool


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