Now the full scope of the grift comes into focus. The exact language used in the article was lifted from the store's language on her ministry webpage. If you are of limited means she will sell you supernatural healing, miracles and victory for only a hundred bucks. If you are a little flusher with cash, you can pay $1000 and get a silver-plated shofar as well. This may seem harmless but think about the fragile state of many of us in desperate need for a miracle, victory or healing. A parent praying for their terminally sick child orders this piece of cloth from Marilyn Hickey who has promised them healing, victory and miracles and what will happen? Well God can heal the person of course but it will have nothing to do with the $1000 prayer shawl. Realize this scam is no different than "anointed prayer cloths." Or vials of water from the Jordan River. These are scams designed to steal your money by promising you things God never said or promised to do. If you are sick the bible says to pray and seek the elders of the church. God always can do miracles. Do not fall for grifters such as Marilyn Hickey though. Mark and avoid.
Reverend Anthony Wade - November 8, 2023