Creator Of Fake Website Selling Prayers Is Forced To Pay Back Over $7 Million to Customers.

Reader, have we really gotten to the point where we are that disconnected with God that we would rather pay someone to pray than do it ourselves? How can you develop a relationship with God if you don't desire to talk to Him?  Anyhow, the creator of a fake prayer website, which sold prayers to customers for payment, has been forced to pay restitution of up to $7.5 million to customers he swindled.   According to reports, people could actually order prayer packages and pay other people to pray for them x amount of times per day. There is a get well package, a job package, so on and so forth.  It is God's will for YOU to pray. 'Rejoice always, pray continually, give thanks in all circumstances; for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus. 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 | NIV.

 Creator Of Fake Website Selling Prayers Is Forced To Pay Back Over $7 Million to Customers.


  1. If you are PAYING PEOPLE to PRAY FOR YOU,

    You NEED to take a good Bible study class and a lesson in desernment QUICKLY.


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