Televangelist Kenneth Copeland Blasted for 'Unfulfilled Promises'
Kenneth Copeland Ministries is under fire, mainly by one man, for failing to fly disaster relief supplies to Haiti's earthquake victims after allegedly promising aviation assistance during such crises.
The international organization, which is also under scrutiny by the Senate Finance Committee for possible abuse of its nonprofit status, has been accused of "unfulfilled" pledges and unaccounted donations.
"While there is a huge crisis going on in the nation of Haiti right now Kenneth Copeland's promised Angel Flight 44 ministry is nowhere to be found and the money he collected to start that ministry has not been accounted for," Rich Vermillion, co-author of Angel Flight 44, charges....
I am happy to see that at least some of these false prophets are coming under investigation. The fleecing of the flock has gone on long enough by these decievers. Now, we shall see how Copeland will "cope" with being dragged to the light of truth. I am praying the "man in the white suit" to be the next to come under investigation if not already.
Beware of false prophets [and false prophets are those whose fruit is what they teach, i.e, their theology or doctrine], who come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits. Do men gather grapes from thorn bushes or figs from thistles? Even so, every good tree bears good fruit, but a bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot bear bad fruit, nor can a bad tree bear good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. Therefore by their fruits you will know them (Matthew 7:15-20).
Welcome to the real world, Angel Flight 44! Glad to have you here with us. Not sure what alternate reality you were in before, but word-of-faith ministries rarely keep promises. (Ask the kid Benny Hinn promised financial help to. You can find out about this on the Internet.) In fact, the whole word-of-faith movement is built on raising expectations, getting money, and leaving people to sort out their disappointments with God. I'm sorry that Angel Flight 44 had to learn this the hard way. In the future, you guys may want to do some basic vetting of who you partner with. The track record of word-of-faith ministries is public and well-known. And they've been doing this much longer than you have. You've probably noticed by now that they have prepared answers for anything you'd ever say about them.