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Why Do We Worship The Pastor More Than God?

I’ve always found it to be a bit strange how many church going individuals just refuse to see the hypocrisy in the leaders of the various houses of worship that they attend!

A hypocrisy that runs deep yet brazenly hidden in plain sight!

Yet with that hypocrisy is a people who are willing to live in denial and accept it to the point of making excuses for what they see with their own two eyes and coming against anyone who doesn’t believe the lie.

“Touch Not My Anointed” is a serious red flag of a statement that indicates that someone in a powerful position in the church is about to have their backside revealed to the world and the blind faith supporters will feel a need to ignore the obvious and come after you for not drinking the Kool-Aid.

Bishop Eddie Long

But when you think off what that means to be anointed you have to wonder by what these leaders have done what makes them and WHO made them anointed?

But in the religious community and especially the Black Church we seem to be more focused on worshiping the Preacher or Pastor than serving God with praise and worship.

This opens the door to being fleeced and ripped off in our fervor to get near these Pastors who have become Rock Stars!

There isn’t ANYONE who is a go between for you and your relationship with God!

Once you understand this it will free you from that dysfunctional dependence on that spiritual wolf in sheep’s clothing that has us giving our last dollar to keep them in luxury while we wallow in poverty and lack.

But the question and title of tonight’s program is “why do we worship the pastor more than God?”

These sideshows called churches are set up to get the pastor paid, laid and inundated with great luxuries in the shade.

If most of us would sacrifice for God as much as we do the Pastor we would be guaranteed that we would enter Heaven in the afterlife!

But it seems as though we love to be lied to, stolen from, deceived and taken advantage of in ways that will blow the mind of most all in the name of the Lord.

You see, the “Lord” has become that candle that is dangled in front of the face of these carnal believers in order to get more out of them!

Black people in general have become so caught up in the rituals and ceremonies that are man made and have nothing TO DO with God at all!

We have become cult-like more and more as the years have gone by and we don’t have a clue in our “churchified” madness.

This program will let it all hang out and I will speak on many of my personal experiences as will those who attend this program. Feel free to call and contribute in order to wake up the masses from the madness so we can move on with the true work of the one God who gave us life and strength as opposed to that imposter sitting up in the pulpit that we call Pastor!

Time: Friday March 8, 2013 @ 10 p.m. Eastern Standard Time

Place:  The LanceScurv Show <—–Click here at showtime to hear the entire program live on your computer or smartphone!

Call In Number: 760-259-2310 – Call in to listen or join in with your opinions on the discussion. You DO NOT need a computer to participate in the show, all you need is your phone.

If you have any issues getting to the show, feel free to call me on my personal cell (407-590-0755) and I will get you squared away with any problems that you might have!

Also, the entire program will be uploaded to my YouTube channel (YouTube.com/LanceScurv) the very next day for your listening convenience just in case you’ve missed it.

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2 Responses to The LanceScurv Show – Why Do We Worship The Pastor More Than God?

  1. brothawolf says:

    This is one major reason why I don't go to Church. The other is that I question what this 'God' is. On and on, the testimonies I hear from some people is that God blessed with a promotion at a job or a new car. To me that means God is as good as Monster.com and a used car salesman. I also hear how God has blessed someone with a new lover.

    The black church disappoints me on other levels. Racism, sexism, homophobia, and all other isms and phobias plaguing society are never mentioned, and those problems are significant. Instead, at least at one church I know, we are told about stories of the biblical past and how that applies in how we conduct ourselves on an individual basis. All I hear are relationships with family and each other, how doing God's work will reward you with material possessions and the rustling of money in the collection plate.

    I wish the black church returns to the old days when racism was more than obvious. I wish black preachers speak the truth about today's world in regards to race, sex and poverty. Maybe I'm putting too much blame and responsibility on the church, but I really don't care about a 'force' that is apparently powerful enough to move mountains and calm oceans but can't do a thing about the pervasive hatred that continues in this world unabated and rewarded time and time again.

    • LanceScurv says:

      Brothawolf I have to say a big THANK YOU for dropping that knowledge right here for the world to see and know that I am your BIGGEST fan!

      You are so right about the Black church, it has been gutted of its true soul like a freshly caught fish and had its innards replaced by this commercialized crap that keeps us blinded never to see reality for what it is.

      Yet when you attempt to break them out of their fairy tale fantasy, YOU and I will be labeled as "nutcases" for stating what they already know to be the truth but are too afraid to break the dysfunctional cycle and stand up to tap into their true spirit to get down and make a change in their world.

      Until then, things for the ignorant masses will remain as they are and we will continue to be ostracized for having the courage to live the life that they've always wanted but never had the courage to live!

      Peace & Righteous Love To You Always My Brother!

      LanceScurv

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