"Rolling Stone is at it again, acting surprised at the scope and breadth of the ministry required to host hundreds of worship events impacting hundreds of thousands of people across the country. But they have no interest in applauding God for His work and His faithfulness, they just want to distort and deceive. It's not going to work. God is on the move and they can't stop it!" - Sean Feucht
So, you think Rolling Stone reporting on money you are grifting is them acting surprised by the scope of the grift? Yeah, no. Why would a secular magazine applaud God, especially when they know you are lying Sean? There is no distortion or deception. Tax return forms are tax return forms. Ministry disclosures required by the government do not lie. Real Estate purchases are public record. The reason why Rolling Stone reported that you went from $280,000 to 5.3 million dollars in one year is because YOU reported it. God is not on the move in this grift beloved. Sean Feucht is on the move, straight to five acres in Montana and a swanky spot in Coto de Caza.
"Like it or not, there is a battle of good versus evil being waged in the seen and unseen realms, and we must pick a side. The hour we live in demands we choose a side. We've had governments threaten us, Antifa assault us, Satanist pour blood all over us, vendors boycott us"and after this weekend, we've watched "faith leaders" join Satanists to denounce us." - Sean Feucht
There is this battle Sean describes but he is not on God's side. If he were, he would stop going to Bethel where the gospel is not preached. He would stop fleecing the flock. He would have some humility before spending 3 million dollars on three different properties and then dare to chastise people for having the temerity to simply point it out. He portrays himself as the victim here because that is what he sells. He tells his followers that they too are victims, and they need to resist the evil people that dare to tell them otherwise. Then he wraps himself up the flag and the word "gospel" while he stuffs his bank accounts and buys property. I agree we need to choose sides but beloved, avoid the side with the grift. Not only for your eternal sake but for your fiscal sake as well. We are reminded in the key verses today that we must be on our guard for enticement from sinners. The people who fall for the grift of Sean Feucht consent to the grift because it is what they want. They want to hear that they should be angry and despise the very people that need the real gospel the most. Realize the teaching here. That those that set the trap as Sean does think they are setting a trap for the blood of the innocent but the only trap that is set is for their own blood. Sean will benefit in this life because of the grift but he will stand before Christ and answer for it. Such are the ways of those who are greedy for unjust gain. Sean may think that he earned the five acres in Montana or the plush accommodations in Coto de Caza. Perhaps he thinks he is worth the 31,000% increase in wealth. It all matters not to God. What matters is he does not present the gospel of Jesus Christ and is scattering people away from Jesus Christ. Mark and avoid beloved.
Reverend Anthony Wade - August 8, 2023