Article 1: Joseph Prince lied that he rarely mentions about the devil

 

Article 2: Joseph Prince isn’t saved: Biblical Proofs

 

Article 3: Joseph Prince scorns God & martyrs as he teaches God cannot take good and young people away & lied 3 times in his long-life teaching

 

By Rev George Ong (Dated 20 Mar 2024)

 

Announcement No 1:

 

I thank God for His supernatural strength

 

and endurance

 

to pull off the many Articles

 

against Joseph Prince’s heresies

 

at a scorching pace and within a short period.

 

It’s a massive job that has taken my blood, sweat and tears.

 

But, no complaints.

 

I thank God for the privilege of being called

 

to do this unenviable task.

 

But from this coming week and especially in April,

 

my availability is limited because of other commitments.

 

So, you would probably hear less of me.

 

Announcement No 2:

 

There are 5 videos on Joseph Prince.

 

Don’t miss 2 of his videos on the devil

 

– though unpleasant to view

 

they would be an eye opener for you.

 

Although there are 3 Articles this round,

 

their combined length

 

is shorter than many individual Articles.

 

Featured YouTube Articles:

 

@deshenyasher

 

“I didn’t laugh when Joseph Prince mocked the Lord’s prayer

 

while I was in service.

 

I felt something “off” when He devalued the Lord’s Prayer.

 

Since then, I knew the Holy Spirit was telling me something was up.

 

I say the Lord’s Prayer every day.

 

It has helped me through many temptations.

 

It has given me understanding to forgive and to be forgiven,

 

to depend on Father God for His daily bread.

 

I don’t feel far from my Heavenly Father when I pray the prayer,

 

in fact, I feel very close to Him.

 

The Lord’s Prayer is the most important prayer to ever pray.

 

And this preacher, Joseph Prince spits on it!

 

Such disgrace!

 

What he did grieves me. Unbelievable.

 

Prince forgets the next words after “Our Father in Heaven”,

 

next is “Hallowed be Your Name”.

 

Heavenly Father is glorified as my Father

 

as much as He is to Jesus.

 

Our adoption into Sonship

 

Doesn’t amplify our conscience of emotional distance/unavailableness

 

of the Heavenly Father.

 

Saying the prayer REMINDS me that while I’m here on earth,

 

I belong to Him who’s in Heaven and I’m a citizen of Heaven.

 

Prince devaluing the Lord’s Prayer

 

is preaching that God is not Almighty of His throne in Heaven.”

 

@trulyso734

 

“Thanks, Rev George, for exposing this Lie!

 

Jesus is not Mother, that is NOT one of His names!

 

Totally unbiblical.

 

And people are now believing these false teachings

 

base on nothing more than an idolism to the serpent’s charisma.

 

Rev George Ong, you are right, sir,

 

by the authority of the Living Word of God.

 

This is a lawless grace teaching, indeed.

 

How any Bible-learned Christian

 

can put up with this rubbish is beyond me.

 

Run, Forrest Gump, run…”

 

@shcheah2002

 

“I just want to state here that

 

after listening to Joseph Prince’s preaching

 

through YouTube a few times,

 

my wife and I both felt uncomfortable with his messages

 

as they seemed to preach only about grace

 

and nothing on repentance.

 

We felt that he was not preaching

 

the full message of the gospel

 

and can be misleading.

 

Now, with George Ong’s videos,

 

it seems we were right to be wary of his messages.”

 

@lindsaylim5806

 

“If anyone doesn’t believe or wants to follow the Bible totally,

 

please don’t call yourself a Christian. 

 

How can you call yourself a Christian,

 

yet, say you don’t believe in certain portions of God’s Words?

 

Joseph Prince is definitely not a Christian

 

and New Creation Church

 

is definitely not a Christian Church

 

since they don’t believe everything about the Bible.”

 

@user-hd7qv8dx7x

 

“Joseph Prince said God told him to preach radical grace.

 

What is radical grace?

 

Radical grace is what Paul preached, not Joseph Prince.

 

Paul said he laboured more than the other apostles

 

by the grace of God.

 

He said he learned to be content in whatever

circumstances.

 

He went through extreme hardships, afflictions and persecutions.

 

That’s really radical grace!

 

Is Joseph Prince preaching radical grace?

 

Not at all!

 

He preaches prosperity, effortless success, looking young,

 

the commandments are irrelevant, etc. 

 

That’s not radical.

 

That’s carnal and worldly ‘Christianity’. 

 

That’s counterfeit grace.”

 

@12345okok 

 

“Joseph Prince used to sound convincing and anointed to me.

 

That’s the power of the lying spirit working against

 

the sheep of the sheepfolds of Jesus Christ.

 

Thank God, the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit

 

that I have been delivered out of this bondage

 

during the period when the service went online.

 

Hearing other preachers from other churches

 

enlightened my mind and spirit.

 

There was blindness. But now there’s sight.

 

Thank our Heavenly Father;

 

He is not far away as alleged by Joseph Prince.

 

Our Lord said the Father is in Him and He Himself is in us.

 

God’s sovereignty is on display in His mystery,

 

His secret is now revealed.

 

Give yourself a chance;

 

listen and watch some anointed preachers

 

from local churches or international churches.

 

Don’t just limit yourself to a single preacher, Joseph Prince.

 

Your eyes would be opened!”

 

Excerpt No 1 from the Article:

 

The fact is I have only released

 

one quarter of the many videos

 

of what I had prepared on the ‘devil’.

 

But I can only feature one quarter

 

so that it doesn’t lengthen the video,

 

but more importantly,

 

it is to spare readers the pain

 

of listening to the word ‘devil’ too many times

 

within just several minutes.   

 

Excerpt No 2 from the Article:

 

Finally, why is Joseph Prince so fixated about the devil

 

that he has to mention him that frequently in his sermons?

 

Excerpt No 3 from the Article:

 

Next, during the recent death of Pastor Joseph Chean,

 

Joseph Prince sent a condolence to the family of Joseph Chean:

 

Lawrence Lim:

We are deeply saddened by the sudden departure of Mr. Joseph Chean, a man after God’s own heart, a champion in the faith, and a beloved brother-in-Christ.

 

His unwavering commitment to spreading the gospel to the nations and reaching the last, the lost, and the least was truly exemplary. His legacy will continue to inspire us.

 

Our deepest condolences and heartfelt prayers go out to his family and loved ones.

 

May the Lord’s peace and comfort surround them during this difficult time.

 

In Christ’s love,

Pastor Joseph Prince and the New Creation Church family

 

Joseph Prince should take back the condolence

 

as he is grossly insincere about his actions.

 

How can Joseph Prince truly grieve with the family of Joseph Chean,

 

when he said:

 

“We start believing what they say

 

and we believe a lie.

 

Like for example, have you heard the saying,

 

“God takes the good people away

 

when they are young.”

 

Didn’t Joseph Chean die relatively young

 

and wasn’t he a good man.

 

To Joseph Prince, all those who are good people,

 

not just Joseph Chean,

 

shouldn’t die young as they ought to live long lives.

 

What this means is the death of Joseph Chean

 

and all those who are good and who die young

 

is a misnomer to Joseph Prince.

 

Let me advise Joseph Prince

 

never to send condolence again

 

to those who are good and die young.

 

It is not only an insult to the family

 

but it would also make Joseph Prince a fool

 

and one who is totally insincere.

 

Well, you know the name of the game

 

– playacting is Joseph Prince’s signature skill.

 

(This article was also sent to Rev Dr Ngoei Foong Nghian, General Secretary, National Council of Churches of Singapore (NCCS) office, and for the attention of the Executive Committee Members.)

 

Article 1: Joseph Prince lied that he rarely mentions about the devil – By Rev George Ong

 

Please click here

 

to view the entire video:

 

You remember I mentioned that I believe it was the Holy Spirit

 

that led Joseph Prince to say certain things unwittingly

 

that exposed his true self over the past several articles.

 

First, Joseph Prince by what he said,

 

has exposed himself to be involved in witchcraft.

 

Second, Joseph Prince by what he said,

 

has exposed himself to be involved in the occultic.

 

Third, Joseph Prince by what he said,

 

has exposed himself that he isn’t saved to begin with,

 

and even today,

 

because he doesn’t obey the Ten Commandments

 

as he teaches against them.

 

And the latest is that the Holy Spirit has led him to say

 

that exposed him to be a liar and hypocrite

 

– when he said that he rarely mentions the devil

 

when he did it frequently in his sermons.

 

All these consecutive strings of damaging revelations

 

by Joseph Prince cannot be a coincidence.

 

In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube,

 

17 Mar 2024, 3 days ago, Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here

 

to view the 10-second video:

 

“On the other hand,

 

we have Christians who talk about the devil all the time.

 

I seldom, ah.

 

It’s one of the rare times

 

you hear me talk about the devil.”

 

Joseph Prince by saying,

 

“we have Christians who talk about the devil all the time.”

 

is an indirect attack on his critics

 

for linking him to witchcraft and the occultic recently.

 

But he has exposed himself to be a liar and hypocrite.

 

This is because he said,

 

“I seldom, ah.

 

It’s one of the rare times

 

you hear me talk about the devil.”

 

He lied because he actually said,

 

‘devil’ plenty of times in his sermons,

 

as you would get to see.

 

He is a hypocrite for accusing others of the same thing

 

that he is guilty of.

 

In the same sermon, on 17 Mar 2024, 3 days ago,

 

in which he made the above statement

 

that he rarely mentions ‘devil’,

 

ironically, Prince mentioned

 

‘devil’ a hefty 28 times and ‘Satan’ twice.

 

In the sermon on 17 Mar 2024, 3 days ago,

 

Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here

 

to view the 1-minute video.

 

Note that verbatim notes of this video are not given,

 

as it is not necessary,

 

because all you get to read is the devil,

 

which you may find unpleasant.

 

So, you have to watch the video.

 

Can you see that Joseph Prince is a liar and hypocrite,

 

when he said he rarely mentions ‘devil’,

 

yet, in the same sermon,

 

he mentions ‘devil’ 28 times and Satan twice.

 

In many sermons, Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here to view the 2-minute video:

 

Again, the verbatim notes to this video

 

are not given for the same reason as above.

 

The number of sermon videos that I have combed

 

to sieve out the word ‘devil’

 

is very small

 

as compared to the total number of Joseph Prince’s sermon videos.

 

So, the sermon videos that you have viewed

 

that showed Joseph Prince said, ‘devil’

 

are only a tip of the iceberg.

 

If one were to examine just 5 percent

 

of all of Joseph Prince’s sermon and audio videos,

 

one would be horrified at the voluminous times

 

he said the word, ‘devil.’

 

The fact is I have only released

 

one quarter of the many videos of what I had prepared on the ‘devil’.

 

But I can only feature one quarter

 

so that it doesn’t lengthen the video,

 

but more importantly,

 

it is to spare readers the pain

 

of listening to the word ‘devil’ too many times

 

within just several minutes.   

 

Joseph Prince is so deeply blinded,

 

by a conceited and cocky sense of self-confidence,

 

that he doesn’t even know that he lied.

 

In fact, he doesn’t care if he openly and knowingly lied

 

(he was caught by me for blatantly lying plenty of times), 

 

as the bewitched millions which he has cast a spell on

 

with his occultic powers granted by the devil,

 

would continue to support him.

 

Joseph Prince is also a serial hypocrite,

 

as the issue about talking about ‘the devil’

 

he is accusing others of committing,

 

is what he has transgressed big time.

 

Finally, why is Joseph Prince so fixated about the devil

 

that he has to mention him that frequently in his sermons?

 

 

Article 2: Joseph Prince isn’t saved: Biblical Proofs – By Rev George Ong

 

Regarding my last Article featured 2 days ago,

 

although Pastor A discerned that Joseph Prince isn’t saved

 

because he cannot find any evidence

 

that Prince had observed the Ten Commandments,

 

Joseph Prince disagreed and said he is saved. 

 

If you have missed the previous Article,

 

Part 4: Joseph Prince went for deliverance, isn’t saved, went against Jesus & the Christian Church on the Ten Commandments, he’s into the Occult & Witchcraft – By Rev George Ong (Dated 18 March 2024)

 

Please click on the link below to view,

 

https://www.revgeorgeong.com/rev-george-ong-part-4-joseph-prince-went-for-deliverance-isnt-saved-went-against-jesus-the-christian-church-on-the-ten-commandments-hes-into-the-occult-witchcraft/

 

In a sermon on 17 Mar 2024,

 

3 days ago, Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here

 

to view the 15-second video

 

(Note that the bulk of the above

 

wasn’t shown in the video in the previous Article):

 

“You know what he said about me

 

not being saved.

 

I know I’m saved.

 

So, the first thing the Holy Spirit does

 

is that He bears witness (Rom 8:16).

 

No one can out-talk you on that.

 

You know you are saved.

 

Where does it bear witness?

 

In our spirit.”

 

Joseph Prince defended he is saved and quoted Romans 8:16

 

as the basis for the certainly of his salvation:

 

Romans 8:16 NKJV

 

16 The Spirit Himself bears witness with our spirit

 

that we are children of God,

 

But whether one is saved or not

 

cannot just be dependent subjectively on one’s judgement.

 

According to the scriptures,

 

there are objective standards of measures.

 

As usual, the deceptive Joseph Prince

 

only tells you the half-truth in Romans 8:16,

 

but he ‘hides’ the other half-truths in 1 John 2:3-4

 

and many other passages from you. 

 

Joseph Prince may claim that he is saved.

 

But the test is whether Joseph Prince obeys God,

 

and, in particular, His commandments.

 

For John, the importance of obedience lies in this

 

– that only in the obeying of Christ’s commandments

 

can we be certain that we know Him (1 Jn 2:3):

 

1 John 2:3 NLT

 

3 “And we can be sure that we know him

 

if we obey his commandments.”

 

In other words,

 

without the evidence of obedience,

 

one does not know God.

 

Obedience to God’s commands

 

is proof that one knows God

 

and the evidence of salvation.

 

The proof of knowing God

 

is in the keeping of His commandments.

 

Knowing the Lord is, in a sense, synonymous

 

with obeying or keeping His commandments.

 

For salvation to be genuine,

 

obedience is mandatory:

 

1 John 2:4 NLT

 

4 “If someone claims, “I know God,”

 

but doesn’t obey God’s commandments,

 

that person is a liar

 

and is not living in the truth.”

 

John is echoing what Jesus said in Matthew 7:21,

 

“Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven” (Matt 7:21).

 

What John taught in 1 John 2:3-4

 

is designed to emphasise the same warning in Matthew 7:21.

 

The recurring emphasis on this point

 

is designed to save us from deluding ourselves into thinking

 

that as long as we believe in Jesus

 

and as long as we feel in our spirit that we are saved,

 

as it is the case with Joseph Prince,

 

that is enough for saving faith.

 

But it isn’t!

 

True faith must finally be proven by our obedience;

 

and specifically, to God’s commandments.

 

According to 1 John 2:4,

 

disobedience to God’s commandments

 

can disqualify us as a Christian.

 

And also, according to 1 John 2:3-4,

 

if one claims he knows Christ

 

and isn’t prepared to obey His commandments,

 

one would be called a liar.

 

And the place for liars, according to Revelation 21:8

 

is the lake of fire.

 

By this definition in 1 John 2:3-4,

 

Joseph Prince qualifies himself

 

to be called a liar and an unbeliever,

 

as he teaches there are no more laws or commandments to obey

 

for New Covenant people.

 

His false grace doctrine sees

 

even honest and sincere obedience to God’s moral law

 

as legalism

 

and totally obliterates the moral laws/God’s commandments

 

as binding for New Covenant believers. 

 

What Jesus was teaching

 

is not that grace could be earned.

 

Jesus was teaching that obedience to God’s laws

 

that is the logical consequence of faith, which is required,

 

is not legalism.

 

On the contrary, it is the only proper response

 

to the kind of grace that God is offering.

 

This is precisely why Jesus said to all His followers,

 

“Not everyone who says to Me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but he who does the will of My Father who is in heaven” (Matt 7:21).

 

This is why John wrote,

 

“By this we know that we have come to know Him, if we keep His commandments” (1 Jn 2:3).

 

This is why the author of Hebrews wrote,

 

and, once made perfect, he became the source of eternal salvation for all who obey him.” (Heb 5:9)

 

These scriptures prove that God’s grace cannot be obtained

 

without meeting the condition of obedience.

 

Those who have truly experienced God’s grace

 

are those who obey His commandments.

 

This is not only my view

 

but the views of our Church Fathers.

 

Let me quote just 3 of them:

 

In ‘Commentary of the New Testament,’

 

Charles Spurgeon said:

 

“1 John 2:3

 

3. And hereby we do know that we know him,

 

if we keep his commandments.

 

Holiness of life

 

is the best proof that we know God.

 

It matters not how readily we can speak about God,

 

nor how much we suppose that we love him,

 

the great test is,

 

do we keep his commandments?

 

What a heart-searching test this is!

 

How it should humble us before the mercy-seat!

 

Obedience is the test of discipleship.

 

Mere head knowledge is all in vain,

 

and all in vain our fears,

 

unless we render a practical obedience

 

to the commandments of Christ.

 

We shall not only savingly know him,

 

but we shall

 

“know that we know him,

 

if we keep his commandments.”

 

1 John 2:4

 

4. He that saith, I know him,

 

and keepeth not his commandments,

 

is a liar and the truth is not in him.

 

This is a terrible condition for anyone to be in,

 

to say that he knows Christ,

 

and yet to have the Holy Spirit calling him a liar

 

because he is not keeping Christ’s commandments.

 

Again, I remind you that obedience

 

is essential to Christian discipleship.

 

If we refuse to obey Christ’s commandments

 

it is clear that we do not really know the Saviour at all,

 

we are not even beginners in the school of Christ.”

 

In ‘Commentary of the New Testament,’

 

Charles Spurgeon said;

 

21. Not every one that saith unto me, lord, Lord shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven. (Matt 7:21)

 

No verbal homage will suffice:

 

“Not every one that saith.”

 

We may believe in our Lord’s Deity,

 

and we may take great pains

 

to affirm it over and over again with our “Lord, Lord”;

 

but unless we carry out the commands of the Father,

 

we pay no true homage to the Son.

 

We may own our obligations to Jesus,

 

and so call him “Lord, Lord”;

 

but if we never practically carry out those obligations,

 

what is the value of our admissions?

 

Our King receives not into his kingdom

 

those whose religion lies in words and ceremonies;

 

but only those whose lives display

 

the obedience of true discipleship.”

 

In ‘Be Real, Turning from Hypocrisy to Truth, NT Commentary 1 John,’

 

Warren Wiersbe wrote:

 

“Second, I know that I am truly saved

 

if I obey Jesus’ commands.

 

John makes it clear that obedience

 

is partial evidence that a person is truly saved:

 

“We know that we have come to know him

 

if we obey his commands” (1 Jn 2:3 NIV);

 

… This is how we know who the children of God are

 

and who the children of the devil are:

 

… John emphasizes that a true believer

 

lives a life of obedience

 

to the commands of the Lord Jesus.

 

Now, that doesn’t mean

 

that I can obey perfectly all the time,

 

because John tells us,

 

“If we claim to be without sin,

 

we deceive ourselves

 

and the truth is not in us” (1:8 NIV).

 

We all sin, even as true believers.

 

The issue isn’t perfect obedience where we never falter,

 

but rather a desire to obey Jesus’ commands

 

that manifests itself through consistency.”

 

In ‘Life in God, Life in Christ, Volume 5, Studies in 1 John,’

 

Martyn Lloyd-Jones said:

 

“In other words, what matters in this whole question

 

of keeping the commandments

 

is my attitude towards them.

 

When I face the commandments of God,

 

do I resent them?

 

Do I feel that

 

God is imposing an impossible load upon me?

 

Do I groan and grumble and say,

 

‘Oh, this hard taskmaster

 

who asks of me the impossible!’?

 

‘If that is your attitude

 

towards the commandments of God,’ says John,

 

‘you are not keeping them…

 

– you are outside the life altogether.’

 

For someone who is truly Christian

 

does not find the commandments of God

 

to go against the grain.

 

He may be acutely aware of his failure

 

– if he is facing them truly, he must be

 

– but he does not resent them, he loves them

 

– His commandments are not grievous.’

 

… and therefore they want to keep His commandments.

 

… There, then, it seems to me,

 

are the practical tests as John works them out for us.

 

In summary, Joseph Prince isn’t saved then, and even now,

 

because he teaches against the obedience to the laws or commandments of God

 

– that since they are under the Old Covenant,

 

they can be dispensed with.

 

But as Charles Spurgeon, Warren Wiersbe

 

and Martyn Lloyd-Jones and I had pointed out,

 

it is precisely in our obedience to God’s commandments

 

that gives us the ‘right’

 

to say we know God and that we are saved. 

 

 

Article 3: Joseph Prince scorns God & martyrs as he teaches God cannot take good and young people away & lied 3 times in his long-life teaching – By Rev George Ong

 

On 17 Mar 2024, 3 days ago, Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here

 

to view the 1-minute video:

 

“We start believing what they say

 

and we believe a lie.

 

Like for example, have you heard the saying,

 

“God takes the good people away

 

when they are young.”

 

The good die young.

 

And the devil says; idea is what?

 

The old people are wicked people.

 

If you want to live long, be wicked.

 

From what I see in the Bible, even historically,

 

you find wickedness cuts your life short.

 

Come on the Bible promises

 

“With long life will I satisfy him.” (Psa 91:16 NKJV)

 

The Bible says,

 

“Length of days shall they add to you,” (Prov 3:1-2 NKJV),

 

God’s word, add to you.

 

Do you believe the truth?

 

It’s important who you listen to?

 

I’m not saying, me, okay.

 

I’m just one of them.

 

There are many around the world.

 

But whenever you hear something

 

that it’s not the words a Pastors or teachers

 

in the Body of Christ teach,

 

it is whether it is in line with the word of God,

 

especially in the light of the New Covenant,

 

in the light of what Jesus has done.”

 

1. Joseph Prince lied when he tells you half-truths about 2 passages, and teach them out of their contexts, giving the false impression that the promises are unconditional.

 

Joseph Prince said:

 

“Come on, the Bible promises

 

“With long life will I satisfy him.” (Psa 91:16 NKJV)

 

The Bible says,

 

“Length of days shall they add to you,” (Prov 3:1-2 NKJV)

 

God’s word, add to you.

 

Do you believe the truth?”

 

If you read Psalm 91:16 in the context of Psalm 91:14-16,

 

Psalm 91:14-16 NKJV

14 “Because he has set his love upon Me, therefore I will deliver him; I will set him on high, because he has known My name. 15 He shall call upon Me, and I will answer him; I will be with him in trouble; I will deliver him and honor him. 16 With long life I will satisfy him, And show him My salvation,”

 

you would discover that the promise of long life in verse 16

 

comes with the condition of us loving God in verse 14.

 

This means that if we don’t love God,

 

we cannot lay our claim on the promise of a long life.

 

If you read Proverbs 3:2 in the context of Proverbs 3:1-2,

 

Proverbs 3:1-2 NKJV

My son, do not forget my law, But let your heart keep my commands; 2 For length of days and long life And peace they will add to you.

 

you would discover the promise of long life in verse 2,

 

comes with the condition

 

of keeping God’s laws or obeying His commandments in verse 1.

 

This means that if we don’t obey God’s laws or commandments,

 

we have no right to claim the promise of a long life.

 

Obviously, Joseph Prince, by ‘hiding’ Psalm 91:14 and Proverbs 3:1

 

from his people,

 

and giving them the impression

 

that the promise of long life has no conditions

 

is telling a half-truth.

 

To me, telling a half-truth is worse than an outright lie

 

because the crafty act of concealing a lie,

 

which a half-truth does,

 

gives the false impression

 

that it represents the truth

 

when it doesn’t.

 

Furthermore, since Joseph Prince is hotly against

 

loving God in Psalm 91:14,

 

and keeping God’s laws or commandments in Proverbs 3:1,

 

as he teaches that both are under the Old Covenant,

 

he has disqualified himself

 

as a claimant to the promise of long life.

 

But the shameless thing is

 

he is teaching others the promise of a long life

 

even though he is not even qualified for such a promise.

 

2. Joseph Prince lied when he said (including his other sermons) that there are many around the world who are teaching what he teaches – that God will not take the good and young away, and that believers can determine how long they wish to live to their satisfaction and God would have to fulfil it.

 

Joseph Prince said:

 

“It’s important who you listen to.

 

I’m not saying, me, okay.

 

I’m just one of them.

 

There are many around the world.

 

But whenever you hear something

 

that it’s not the words a Pastor or teachers

 

in the Body of Christ teach,

 

it is whether it is in line with the word of God…”

 

This guy, Joe, is lying through his teeth.

 

This is because I am almost certain that no Church Father,

 

whether they are from the Early Church,

 

or the Reformation, or the Puritans,

 

or Church Fathers, such as Charles Spurgeon,

 

who lived years after,

 

have ever taught

 

or even dared to teach

 

the God cannot take the good and young away,

 

and that we can determine how long we wish to live,

 

and God would have to grant our wish.

 

Let’s just talk about Singapore.

 

There is no Singapore Pastor or Church

 

that teach such a doctrine

 

that Joseph Prince is pushing for.

 

I have asked Joseph Prince plenty of times

 

to name which Singapore Pastor or Church

 

that teaches his grace doctrines,

 

and, in particular, this long-life doctrine,

 

but he has behaved like a timid church mouse,

 

cowardly silent.

 

Next, during the recent death of Pastor Joseph Chean,

 

Joseph Prince sent a condolence to the family of Joseph Chean:

 

Lawrence Lim:

We are deeply saddened by the sudden departure of Mr. Joseph Chean, a man after God’s own heart, a champion in the faith, and a beloved brother-in-Christ.

 

His unwavering commitment to spreading the gospel to the nations and reaching the last, the lost, and the least was truly exemplary. His legacy will continue to inspire us.

 

Our deepest condolences and heartfelt prayers go out to his family and loved ones.

 

May the Lord’s peace and comfort surround them during this difficult time.

 

In Christ’s love,

Pastor Joseph Prince and the New Creation Church family

 

Joseph Prince should take back the condolence

 

as he is grossly insincere about his actions.

 

How can Joseph Prince truly grieve with the family of Joseph Chean,

 

when he said:

 

“We start believing what they say

 

and we believe a lie.

 

Like for example, have you heard the saying,

 

“God takes the good people away

 

when they are young.”

 

Didn’t Joseph Chean die relatively young

 

and wasn’t he a good man.

 

To Joseph Prince, all those who are good people,

 

not just Joseph Chean,

 

shouldn’t die young as they ought to live long lives.

 

What this means is the death of Joseph Chean

 

and all those who are good and who die young

 

is a misnomer to Joseph Prince.

 

Let me advise Joseph Prince

 

never to send condolence again

 

to those who are good and die young.

 

It is not only an insult to the family

 

but it would also make Joseph Prince a fool

 

and one who is totally insincere.

 

Well, you know the name of the game

 

– playacting is Joseph Prince’s signature skill.

 

3. Joseph Prince lied that He is teaching the long-life doctrine based on the New Covenant. 

 

Joseph Prince said:

 

“But whenever you hear something

 

that it’s not the words a Pastor or teachers

 

in the Body of Christ teach,

 

it is whether it is in line with the word of God,

 

especially in the light of the New Covenant,

 

in the light of what Jesus has done.”

 

If Joseph Prince said he was teaching the doctrine of long life

 

as a New Covenant principle,

 

then why is he basing this teaching

 

on Old Covenant passages,

 

such as Psalm 91:16 and Proverbs 3:2?

 

Why can’t Prince draw from the New Covenant passages?

 

Of course, you and I know

 

there is only one New Covenant passage in Ephesians,

 

which gives the promise of long life:

 

Ephesians 6:1-3 NKJV

 

Children, obey your parents in the Lord,

 

for this is right.

 

2 “Honor your father and mother,” 

 

which is the first commandment with promise:

 

3 “that it may be well with you

 

and you may live long on the earth.”

 

But why is Joseph Prince hesitant to claim Ephesians 6:1-3?

 

The reason is it would expose Joseph Prince’s other doctrine

 

that the Old Covenant law

 

is no longer applicable to the New

 

– which Ephesians 6:1-3 contradicts.

 

What is clearly stated in a New Covenant passage in Ephesians 6:1-3

 

is the 5th Commandment in the Ten Commandments.

 

Furthermore, it is not an unconditional promise

 

as Joseph Prince would want it to be.

 

The promise of long life in Ephesians 6:3

 

comes with the condition of

 

obeying and honouring our parents in verses 1 and 2. 

 

4. Joseph Prince is treating God with contempt and scorning the martyrs when he effectively said that when God took the good and young people away, we have believed a lie.

 

Joseph Prince said:

 

“We start believing what they say

 

and we believe a lie.

 

Like for example, have you heard the saying,

 

“God takes the good people away

 

when they are young.”

 

Many of us would know that martyrdom is the common experience of believers.

 

(Please don’t let our experience in Singapore blind us to what is happening to other parts of the world.)

 

It started in the Book of Acts and would end in Revelation before Christ comes back again.

 

Even today, there are many Christians who are martyred.

 

By his teaching that God cannot take good people away when they are young,

 

Joseph Prince is scorning God

 

and the hordes of martyrs

 

who have sacrificed their lives for the sake of the Church.

 

Many died when they are still young.

 

Dietrich Bonhoeffer, a German Lutheran Pastor (1906–1945),

 

died at a young age of 39.

 

He went against the Nazis and eventually was killed by them.

 

Nevertheless, he had done much in his short life.

 

Jim Elliot, (1927-1956), died at a young age of 28.

 

This young missionary was one of five young men killed in South America

 

while they were trying to preach the gospel to the natives there.

  

Furthermore, Prince, by his teaching

 

that God will not take the good and young people away, 

 

is heaping a stinging insult on every martyr

 

throughout the history of the Church

 

that they have shed their blood for nothing.

 

Finally, how long did Jesus live?

 

A long life of 330 years of age

 

or a short life of only 33?

 

Jesus did not live to a ripe old age

 

as Joseph Prince would love to see,

 

but He died young at only 33,

 

and yet He obtained the salvation of millions

 

who believed in Him.

 

Joseph Prince has always claimed to be preaching Jesus.

 

But why is Jesus, whom Prince claimed to be preaching

 

not exemplified in his teaching

 

as one who had lived a long life?

 

In fact, Jesus’ short life is a total contradiction

 

to Joseph Prince’s teaching on long life.

 

Rev George Ong

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