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White said in a 2007 televised event, “Anyone who tells you to deny yourself is from Satan.”But such views are controversial among many Christians, particularly given the instruction by Jesus in Matthew’s gospel: “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me.”Several prominent televangelists, including White, were probed after Republican Senator Charles Grassley launched an investigation in 2007 into the finances of ministries that solicit millions of dollars in donations.
The report was published in 2011 without reaching any firm conclusions, but White has still had to fend off accusations on many topics, from her personal wealth to her theological beliefs.“I have been called a heretic, an apostate, an adulterer, a charlatan and an addict.
Paula and Jonathan are a couple of wolves trying to fleece the flock!
(text by Nickey V.) HEAR IT HERE: videos show Paula Talking out both sides of her mouth.
On Monday, during an interview on right-wing talk show , White, 51, suggested that those who criticize or oppose Trump are opposing God's work.“He’s been raised up by God because God says that he raises up and places all people in places of authority.
It is God that raises up a king, it is God that sets one down, and so when you fight against the plan of God, you’re fighting against the hand of God,” said White.
Paula laughed and quickly tried to explain and rationalize her husband’s comments, but they both sounded foolish.
To hear the actual sermon with analysis by Chris Rosebough, listen to this episode of “Fighting for the Faith.” As Chris Rosebough points out, pornography is the worst thing around, and no one should ever look at porn to strengthen their marriage.
Her friendship with Trump began with a telephone call from the business mogul in 2002.’” After that initial prayer meeting, the two have built such a close relationship that some consider White to be Trump’s closest spiritual adviser.“[She’s] like another daughter to the president and another sister to Ivanka,” Johnnie Moore, a Christian activist and member of Trump’s evangelical advisory board, told in a July interview following a meeting with Trump in the White House, which White also attended.White was named as a chair of the advisory board, which Trump convened during the 2016 presidential campaign in a bid to reach Christian voters.She also heads up Paula White Ministries and is a regular Christian commentator on television and radio.Like Trump, she has been married three times; her present husband, Jonathan Cain, is a musician who wrote Journey’s hit song “Don’t Stop Believin’.”Related: “We’ve got the White House on speed dial.” How evangelicals are influencing Trump White is well-known for her controversial strand of Christianity known as the prosperity gospel, advocates of which teach that living as a faithful Christian will result in not only eternal life but also abundance of material wealth on earth.