Zwinglius Redivivus

Cindy Jacobs: Once Again, The Weekly Dilly Winner

Self-proclaimed television prophet Cindy Jacobs recently told her followers that her faith once caused a woman to re-grow a cheek bone in seconds and that she was able to self-heal a grapefruit-sized tumor caused by Satan.  In a web video posted last week, Jacobs explained that she once felt “crippled in my gift” to heal because she prayed for someone and they died.  “I was so hurt over this that I wasn’t willing anymore to extend my faith, I was shipwrecked,” she said.

But at a prayer meeting, Jacobs said she began to “move out powerfully in faith.”  “I gave this prophecy, ‘You were in a car accident, and it destroyed your right cheekbone, so literally there’s a hollow under your cheek, you have no cheekbone. Where are you?'” she asked people at the meeting. “You see, that even takes faith to ask someone to stand up when you’re ministering like this.”

“And so, this woman stood up, you could see that she had been in a car accident, she had that concave, you know, look to her cheek,” Jacobs continued. “And I said, ‘Reach up and feel it.’ And she did. And as she rubbed her hand over her cheek, when she moved it away, you could see, God had grown the bone right under her hand.”  “Praise the Lord!”

Pentebabbleist rubbish, heretical deception, and theological dilettantism of the first order.  Cindy, here’s your dilly- and your destiny.

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  1. graceambassador said, on September 17, 2013 at 10:13

    I wish God was still afflicting these people with “emerods” as in 1 Sam 6. But I would say unto you that I would award this lady with the “Golden Emerod” for deception and gimmickry.
    (Disclaimer to the P.C. – I am not being insensitive to those who suffer from that particular tumor, in that particular place who will never be able to taste Tabasco sauce again…)

  2. joeziasJoe Zias said, on September 17, 2013 at 12:34

    Maybe she deserves that Cannes Award that the BAR Crowd is bragging about, or was bragging about.

  3. Truth2Freedom said, on September 17, 2013 at 16:47

    Reblogged this on Truth2Freedom's Blog.

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