From the Trenches World Report
Enforce our Bill of Rights
“How dry I am,
How wet I’ll be,
If I don’t let in some refugees.”
WSJ headline: “Osteen–No need for Wall Street bankers to take Christ as Savior–God blesses the rich without it!”
And I want to give special thanks to my friends in the front row, Mike, eer, I mean Michelle Obama, Bruce, eer, I mean Caitlyn Jenner and most of all Satan, whom without I would never have been able to afford my $10,500,000.00 home.
“The plastic surgeons said that they can’t reduce my Jew nose any further without suffering sever complications. Say, your paying me to be here, right?”
“I’m smirking because you morons are falling for my bullsh#t, and showering me with mammon.”
Years ago I saw a documentary about this creature. He was on the preaching circuit as a child. Fleecing poor old ladies and preaching when he was ten years old. Fascinating and sickening at the same time. I got it from Netflix. Bet its been scrubbed. My ex watched ten minutes of it and left the room in disgust.
Osteen was born in Houston, Texas, and is one of six children of John Osteen and Dolores (“Dodie”) Pilgrim. His father, a former Southern Baptist pastor, founded Lakewood Church, of which Osteen is the current senior pastor, in the back of an old feed store. Osteen attended Oral Roberts University in Tulsa, Oklahoma, where he studied radio and television communications, but did not graduate and did not receive a degree from a divinity school. In 1982, he returned to Houston and founded Lakewood’s television program, where he produced his father’s televised sermons for 17 years until January 1999, when his father died unexpectedly from a heart attack.
Osteen’s father encouraged him to preach for many years, but he declined, preferring to work behind the scenes until January 13, 1999, when he accepted his father’s suggestion and he preached his first sermon. John Osteen died six days later of a heart attack. Two weeks after his father’s death, Osteen began preaching regularly and later that year was installed as the new senior pastor of Lakewood Church on October 3, 1999. Since then, Lakewood’s attendance has grown from 5,000 to 52,600.
In 2003, Lakewood Church acquired the Compaq Center, former home of the NBA Houston Rockets. Renovations cost $105 million. The renovations took over 15 months to complete, and included the addition of five stories to add more capacity. Lakewood’s 2005 grand opening was attended by an estimated 56,000 people, including Texas Governor Rick Perry and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.
His Daddy died of a surprise heart attack, huh?
Never mind that pointy pick-ax sticking out of his back…it was a heart attack.
Angel, maybe I am mistaken… a different child preacher, perhaps.
hey ya all..come on in,but it will cost ya 15 bucks to lay on the floor and 5 bucks to take a dump…and do not fret..all the $$$ goes to charity..oh I mean me..ya know charity begins at my doorstep..please remember this temple of god..cost a bitchin upkeep..so empty those pockets children…if ya need water its 5 bucks per bottle..hey im working hard doing gods work..fleecing the sheeple..one at a time. Undocumented aliens from another hemisphere..oops..latinos.. pay half price but a can of beans will cost ya 3 dollars more..god be with me…
“I DIDNT BELEVE GOD WHEN HE SAID HE WOULD SEND “STRONG DELUSION” THAT THEY WOULD BELIEVE A LIE, WHO HAD PLEASURE IN UNRIGHTEOUSNESS BECAUSE I KNOW…. I AM A PREACHER IN THE CHURCH OF CHRIST!! AND I AM RIGHTEOUS!! “GOD”
Caption: Rachel Maddow announces move to Wall Street Journal.
“Harvey proves god hates this man”
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