Mormon Beck's 'Restoring Love' Mocks the Real Jesus of the Bible with Help of High Profile Christians He Has Bought and Paid For
Contact: Rev. Bill Keller, LivePrayer.com, 727-420-7005
ST PETERSBURG, Fla., July 25, 2012 /Christian Newswire/ -- Bill Keller, the world's leading Internet Evangelist and the founder of LivePrayer.com, with over 2.4 million subscribers worldwide reading the Daily Devotional he has written every morning for 13 years on the issues of the day from a Biblical worldview, says that Mormon cult member Glenn Beck's upcoming rally in Dallas makes a mockery of the real Jesus Christ of the Bible with the help of some of the top names in Christendom!!!
In his recent Devotional emailed each morning to his 2.4 million subscribers worldwide, Keller said, "Sadly, this week, many high profile and well known Christians will sell out the faith to stand with a known cult member who denies the Bible as the only Truth and propagates a false gospel that is leading millions of souls to hell! It is difficult to see so many Christians taken in by this wolf in sheep's clothing that has exploited so many good people simply looking for hope in these difficult times!"
Keller continued, "At Beck's 'Restoring Love' rally in Dallas this weekend, he has successfully bought and paid for some very well known men and women who decided that helping Beck perpetuate his LIE that he is a Christian when Mormon doctrine is 100% inconsistent with Biblical Christianity, is more important than advocating Biblical Truth and the Biblical Gospel message."
Keller went on, "Make no mistake, Beck has 3 goals this week. Making millions of dollars, helping to make his Mormon cult mainstream, and insuring his fellow cult member Mitt Romney becomes the next President. Beck will mix good works (that those in his cult erroneously believe will help them become 'god' upon their death), polytheistic spirituality, and conservative politics, in order to accomplish these goals this weekend!"
The occasion in which many high profile Christians will share the pulpit with satanic cult member Beck is billed as a 'spiritual re-awakening.' Keller asked, "How can there be a 'spiritual re-awakening' outside of the Truth of God's Word and the Gospel of Jesus Christ? Beck and those in his cult believe their 'god' was once a man and they too will die and become 'god,' they deny the deity of Christ and believes he is the brother of Lucifer, view the Bible as flawed and incomplete, and Biblical Christians as infidels. According to the Bible, those who buy into Beck's false gospel will die and end up in hell!"
Keller had a heated email exchange with Beck's mentor, a high priest and lifelong Mormon cult member Pat Gray, in which Gray called Keller a 'charlatan,' 'a phony,' 'a fraud,' and 'liar,' because Keller has been in the media for years exposing Beck and his true motives for many years now which is to advance his cult and insure the first Mormon cult member becomes the President of the United States in accordance with the "White Horse Prophecy" of the Mormon cult's founder Joseph Smith.
Keller concluded, "I am saddened to see some of these names willing to compromise their great ministries to give credibility to the lies of Beck's Mormon cult simply for being able to access Beck's large audience and whatever monetary gain they will achieve. People like James Robison, Ravi Zacharias, David Jeremiah, Tony Evans, Franklin Graham, Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, John Hagee, Ken Hutcherson, Richard Land, Bishop Harry Jackson, Jim Garlow, David Barton, Rick Scarborough, Tony Perkins, Ralph Reed, along with several high profile Roman Catholic Priests, Jewish Rabbis, and Muslim Imams. Christians should be outraged and shun these gutless men and women who compromise and sell out the faith to stand with a true minion of Satan!"
About Live Prayer: In 1999 Bill Keller launched LivePrayer.com. It has gone on to become the most successful online Christian ministry in the history of the internet. Each morning, Bill Keller's Daily Devotional that he has written every morning for over 13 years is emailed to over 2.4 million subscribers worldwide. Information on Liveprayer is available at www.LivePrayer.com.