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Osteen's Asked If They Have Tailored Their 'Prosperity' Remarks

Suddenly, "prosperity comes from the inside." Too bad for them that their smiley scheming has already been exposed.

UPDATE: As a Christian, my question to Mr. Osteen [HatTip to
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Dr. Albert Mohler] or anyone defending his preaching would be this -- Would anyone watching his television program, or sitting in his vast church facility, hear in Mr. Osteen's message a clear and undiluted message of Gospel proclamation? Would this person have any reason, based on hearing Mr. Osteen's message, to know himself as a sinner and to understand how the cross of Christ is the only ground of his salvation? Would he come to know that Jesus the Christ is fully human and fully divine, and that He came in order that we might have everlasting life?

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