“My great-grandson who’s 2, his mother’s back was hurting really bad. She was hurting so bad that she was laying on the bed crying. And he went up to her. Jeremiah, 2 years old, put his hand on her, said, ‘Jesus, Mommy, ouchie, amen.’ And her back quit hurting!
“Stop trying to get hold of God with your head. It’s a heart thing. You got to see what’s in your heart. As soon as you get into reasoning, you’re going to have trouble believing. You need to come like a little child.” – Scamvangelist Joyce Meyer, preaching in Dallas.
From her Wiki page:
In November 2003, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch published a four-part special report detailing Meyer’s “$10 million corporate jet, her husband’s $107,000 silver-gray Mercedes sedan, her $2 million home and houses worth another $2 million for her four children,” a $20 million headquarters, furnished with “$5.7 million worth of furniture, artwork, glassware, and the latest equipment and machinery,” including a “$30,000 malachite round table, a $23,000 marble-topped antique commode, a $14,000 custom office bookcase, a $7,000 Stations of the Cross in Dresden porcelain, a $6,300 eagle sculpture on a pedestal, another eagle made of silver bought for $5,000, among many other expensive items – all paid for by the ministry.”