The Voice Of the Profits

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16 Responses

  1. Jean says:

    “We believe President Trump won this election by a landslide, but criminals came in to steal it.”

    And this was told to them directly by the Holy Spirit or indirectly through Trump who speaks for God?

  2. Michael says:


  3. Martin Luther's Disciple says:

    and this is the reason that we are not allowed the liberty to believe anyone who says “God told me…” unless they can point it out in scripture.

  4. Michael says:

    I believe God does speak to people outside of Scripture.
    But it must be tested…

  5. Em says:

    Amen, MLD
    To rabbit trail…..
    While many have demonstrated the sloppy handling of this past election (we should IMV be concerned), no one that i listen to has declared that they were messengers of God.
    Still our leaders lead – good or bad – according to God’s will…

  6. CM says:


    Don’t worry, Trump’s prophets, correction, profits are still rolling after his election lost. What better way to pay for several hundred million in Deutsche Bank paper than comes due soon than to take 75% or more of the $200+ million in your so-called Election Defense Fund and put it in your pocket.

  7. Jean says:

    I don’t know what a “sloppy handing” of an election is. There are legal and illegal elections; there are legally cast and illegally cast votes. So far no one has demonstrated any evidence that an election was illegally administered or that illegal votes were cast that would change the results of any election.

    If any such evidence had been proffered, there were dozens of conservative judges which would have given the evidence a full hearing.

    Let’s attempt to speak truth and not falsehoods to one another.

    There has been sloppy handling, but that has been by the attorney’s representing the Trump side, such as Sidney Powell, Giuliani, Linn Wood, to name but 3.

  8. filbertz says:

    I think sheets is a homophone just as profit and prophet are… :0

    where there is a lack of discernment (even common sense) there will be another present to cash in.

  9. Em says:

    “Sloppy handing?” Dunno? Obviously

  10. Eric says:

    What does “won by a landslide” mean? Why have so many (Christian and other) spokespeople said it?

    It’s one thing to say “If all legitimate votes were counted correctly, it would show Trump with narrow win”. It’s another to say he should have a wide margin of victory, despite the actual count, various recounts & investigations (presumably exit polls too) showing a reality much different.

    If there was a particular allegation of where things went wrong, that would be more believable, but from what I hear there are different claims regarding counting, poll watchers, which votes should be counted, voting machines, Benford’s Law (I’m a mathematician and that one was easily debunked).

    Even if one or two of them were true, what does it say about the individual actors who create the spurious claims and the websites that publish them uncritically?

    I know Dutch Sheets is the out there prophetic type, but he’s been known to be critical of the failings of his own tribe, so it is sad to see him as one of those speaking like this and doing so with a language or certainty rather than leaving room for the possibility that he has erred.

    If most of Ahab’s prophets were sincere but deceived, then I guess it could happen again. Will the Charisma News circle in the future liken this episode back to that, and will the Michaiahs of today get a better hearing then?

  11. Jerod says:


    Because when we don’t fear God we inevitably fear men.

  12. CM says:


    Here is another thing. When people say hundreds of thousands of fake ballots were used (like that idiot sheriff in Texas said when he stopped a repairman in his truck), people do not understand math. For a rough estimate, a ballot is about a sheet of 8 1/2 by 11 piece of 30 pound paper. That makes it 30 pounds for 1000 sheets. 100,000 ballots would weigh 3000 pounds and require a freight pallet (10,000 ballots weigh 300 pounds, not a trivial amount of weight to move around). But then I guess the Trumpistas who buy into this conspiracy never learned math beyond elementary school.

  13. Dave Lindsay says:

    Let me share an insightful story told back in the 1970s by the late John Warwick Montgomery:

    Once upon a time there was a man who thought he was dead.

    His concerned wife and friends sent him to the friendly neighborhood psychiatrist. The psychiatrist determined to cure him by convincing him of one fact that contradicted his belief that he was dead. The psychiatrist decided to use the simple truth that dead men do not bleed. He put his patient to work reading medical texts, observing autopsies, etc.

    After weeks of effort the patient finally said, “All right, all right! You’ve convinced me. Dead men do not bleed.” Whereupon the psychiatrist stuck him in the arm with a needle, and the blood flowed. The man looked down and contorted, ashen faced and cried: “Good Lord! Dead men bleed after all!”

  14. bob1 says:

    Speaking of ironies WRT this story — didn’t know Montgomery is dead!

    Can anyone confirm this?

  15. Martin Luther's Disciple says:

    He is still alive unless he died in the last few days.

  16. josh hamrick says:

    I think Dave meant he just shows up late to stuff.

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