WARNING About The 700 Club
By David J. Stewart| January 2007
The 700 Club Refuses to Meet 4 BBB Requirements!
Please don't get ripped off by giving any money to the 700 Club! The 700 Club took in $462,597,261 in 2005, and refuses to disclose where the money went.
The 700 Club are ungodly Charismatics, who prey upon weak, hurting, elderly and disabled people for their money. The 700 Club shockingly take in approximately $600,000,000 each year. That is more money than most countries on earth spend annually for their budget. The Devil is a beautiful liar!
Sadly, most people just sit in front of their television and believe whatever some false prophet tells them. Pat Robertson is now sadly burning in Hell, because he preached another gospel of partial faith in Christ plus living the Christian live (works). Gordon Robertson is just as bad, exploiting simple people to get their money in exchange for giving them false hopes of miracles and healing.
The following is a Better business Report on the the 700 Club, and reveals that they are not being upfront about where the donations are going:
SOURCE OF REPORT
The 700 Club are Wolves in Sheep's Clothing!
"And through covetousness shall they with feigned words make merchandise of you: whose judgment now of a long time lingereth not, and their damnation slumbereth not." -2nd Peter 2:3
God hates the 700 Club, because they're exploiting Christianity to make money (and lots of it). I was recently watching the 700 Club. I became angry and wanted to go vomit as I watched their marketing scam, and how they deceive so many people. What they do is show some poor child in a poor country, that they helped, and I'm sure they did. But how much of that $462,597,261 goes into their POCKETS? Why the refusal to disclose employee benefits, compensations, and salaries? I think the reason is very obvious. Why are people so dumb to give money to these shysters? It's because people don't do their homework, and become emotionally caught up in seeing poor children suffering. It's a tactic that many money-hungry "ministries" are using today. To no surprise, James Robison (Life for Today) also refuses to tell the BBB where the money is going.
The 700 Club shows its viewers a person who was at the brink of bankruptcy, but gave their last $20 to the 700 Club, and all of a sudden they received a $100,000 a year job, and bought a brand new big house, and oh life is so great now! What the 700 Club is doing is exact what 2nd Peter 2:3 warns against... "through covetousness shall they with feigned words make merchandise of you..." The 700 Club appeals through COVETOUSNESS to the greed of it's listeners. In other words, give to get! Of course, they also show you photos of the new house you're going to get, and that wonderful job--all guaranteed if you'll just send them YOUR MONEY. What a bunch of charlatans!
The 700 Club would lead people to believe that they can fornicate, practice homosexuality, murder their children through abortion, be an idolater, live horribly in sin, and yet be guaranteed financial gain if they'll just send in that donation. Folks, this is deception in the worst form. Thank God for the last part of 2nd Peter 2:3, "...whose judgment now of a long time lingereth not, and their damnation slumbereth not." Oh listen friend, their day of judgment is coming. Jesus said that men will give account for EVERY idle word spoken in the day of judgment (Matthew 12:36). You can rest assure that these greedy "ministries" that keep back large portions of the donations for themselves will give account for EVERY PENNY RECEIVED. Romans 14:12 states that each individual will GIVE ACCOUNT to God on judgment day.
No doubt, the 700 Club spends millions to help the poor; but, how many millions are being spent on themselves as well? If this is not the case, then why the refusal to disclose where the money is going? I'll remove any doubt in your mind with an investigative report by British journalist Greg Palast. Also, please read, The 700 Club EXPOSED! The fact is that Pat Robertson's personal worth is estimated at well over $200,000,000. This is where much you're money is going.
Please don't give any money to this woeful group of clairvoyant con-artists...
In Jesus' name,
David J. Stewart
The 700 Club EXPOSED!