Contact: Rev. William Keller, LivePrayer
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., July 8, 2013 /Christian Newswire
/ -- Rev. 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 nearly 14 years on the issues of the day from a Biblical worldview, is confused why Christians would provide much of the funding for Mormon cult member Glenn Beck's "Man in the Moon" event this past weekend at the home of his cult in Salt Lake City, Utah, which really was Beck's coming out party and a showcase for his Mormon cult.
In his upcoming Tuesday July 9th Daily Devotional read by over 2.4 million worldwide, Keller begins by reminding readers that the Bible says in Ephesians 5:11, "Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light." Keller has been a key Christian leader in the media for nearly a decade educating people on the true beliefs of the Mormon cult that despite their clams (lies) to be "Christian," their doctrine is 100% inconsistent with Biblical Christianity and a Mormon is no more a Christian than a Muslim is!
During this past Presidential election, Keller was often in the media making the case that a Christian could not vote for either President Obama based on the fact he opposed God on every major spiritual issue of the day, nor could they vote for a 5th generation high priest of a satan worshipping cult that leads souls to hell with a false Gospel. His "Voting for Jesus" campaign (vfj.liveprayer.com
) had just under 2.2 million people who pledged to write in Jesus as opposed to voting for either Obama or Romney.
Keller states in his upcoming Devotional that he is appalled at the "Biblical illiteracy" amongst Christians who support Beck, the member of a satanically inspired cult leading souls to hell with a false gospel. He shared that if Christians understood the false beliefs of Mormonism, they would know Beck's "Man in the Moon" was simply an outgrowth of the teachings of his cult's historically documented con artist, pedophile, polygamist, racist founder Joseph Smith (1805-1844) who told his followers there are "men living on the moon who dress like Quakers and live to be nearly 1000 years old." Beck and his cult believe and teach that "good Mormon men" (works-based salvation is a key to Mormonism and many cults, which explains Beck's emphasis on 'works') will die and become the "god" of their own planet one day.
Keller has little patience for those he calls "modern day Judases" such as Christian historian David Barton, founder of Wallbuilders. Keller states that it is well known Christians like Barton who Beck has bought and paid for to give him and his lie that he is a Christian undeserved credibility amongst Christians who simply don't understand the true beliefs of the Mormon cult. Barton makes millions each year by being part of Beck's media empire and despite the Biblical teaching in 2 Corinthians 6:14-18 about being "unequally yoked," Barton also sits on the Board of Beck's non-profit charity Mercury One (as does Beck's wife) that sponsored the Salt Lake City event this past weekend.
A part of this weekend's events was a temporary "museum" of historical artifacts. Included was a gold pocketwatch from the founder of Beck's Mormon cult Joseph Smith, but not the mythical gold tablets Smith claims he was led to by an "angel" from which he wrote the heretical Book of Mormon which is the foundation for the anti-Biblical teachings of this less than 200-year-old cult. Also prominent this weekend were high profile Mormon cult members like politicians Mia Love and Mike Lee, as well as kidnapping victim Elizabeth Smart
Smart was taken from her home in 2002 as a "wife" by a self-professed prophet of Mormonism simply following the pure teachings of Smith. Keller was a lone voice in the media during the Smart affair educating people that it was almost certain this is what happened to Smart, as happens to hundreds of young girls in the western states each year but don't have a father who is a bishop in the Mormon cult that enabled her family to get national media coverage. Keller was proven to be correct when Smart was discovered a few years later and the story of her kidnapping and "marriage" became public.
Beck has used his national radio program over the years to attract Christians through his conservative political ideology, using them to build his current media empire by selling books, charging subscription fees for his internet TV program, and driving traffic to his internet news/propaganda site "The Blaze" in order to generate ad revenues. Keller stated he is amazed how gullible Christians are when Beck and one of his key business partners who pay him millions annually, Freedom Works, took in millions from people who follow them during the previous Presidential election cycle in order to oust President Obama from office and elect Beck's fellow cult member Mitt Romney, and failed!
Keller concluded this coming Tuesday's Devotional by stating that the rise of a cult member like Beck and his influence is Bible prophecy being fulfilled, since Jesus warned in the last days there would be many "false Christ's." The church in the day of Smith knew what the Bible taught and ran him out of every town he tried to settle in because of the false doctrines and pure heresy he was preaching. Beck is simply the product of a generation of gutless, watered-down preaching leaving people hungry for someone to lead them.
With the better percentage of two full generations who have never been to church, most who are, in weak, apathetic. Biblically illiterate shells of what the church used to be, it creates the perfect atmosphere for a wolf in sheep's clothing like Glenn Beck. Sadly, Beck funds the bulk of his nearly $100 million yearly empire off of Christians who have not just made this cult member a personal fortune, but worse of all, a percentage of what they give Beck helps expand his satanic Mormon cult that is leading souls to hell with a false gospel!
About LivePrayer: 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 nearly 14 years is emailed to over 2.4 million subscribers worldwide. He is also the host of the popular "LivePrayer with Bill Keller" TV program seen in many markets "live" Mon-Fri from Mid-2am. Information on LivePrayer is available at: www.LivePrayer.com.