Joseph Prince’s mother of all contradictions makes him a fool – By Rev George Ong (Dated 22 Mar 2024)

 

(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.)

 

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In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube,

 

17 Mar 2024, 5 days ago, Joseph Prince said;

 

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“People get angry when I share things like

 

we are not under the law

 

that says thou shall love God with all your heart,

 

all your soul, all your mind, all your strength

 

but we are under grace

 

that says God loves us with all that He had.

 

And that’s why the emphasis in the New Covenant

 

cannot be on you loving God,

 

it’s on God loving you.

 

And I’m not saying that you don’t love God

 

I’m just telling you

 

how to do the greatest commandment.

 

Joseph Prince by saying:

 

“we are not under the law

 

that says thou shall love God with all your heart,

 

all your soul, all your mind, all your strength

 

… And that’s why the emphasis in the New Covenant

 

cannot be on you loving God,”

 

he is saying that the greatest commandment,

 

Thou shall love God with all your heart,

 

all your soul, all your mind, all your strength,”

 

is under law. 

 

In another recent video,

 

Joseph Prince also said that loving God is under the law.

 

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“This is love,

 

not that we loved God,

 

which is the law.

 

But that He loved us,

 

which is grace.”

 

By saying that loving God

 

and the greatest commandment

 

are under law

 

means, according to his doctrine, 

 

as New Covenant believers,

 

we should have nothing to do with them.

 

Yet, Joseph Prince went on to say,

 

“And I’m not saying that we don’t love God

 

I’m just telling you

 

how to do the greatest commandment.”

 

How can Joseph Prince say

 

that the greatest commandment is under law,

 

and yet, he now wants to tell you

 

how to do the greatest commandment

 

– something which is under law and obsolete?

 

How can Joseph Prince say that loving God is under the law,

 

be also saying,

 

“And I’m not saying that we don’t love God.”

 

By saying that loving God is under the law

 

means he must say

 

that loving God is out of the question

 

because it is under Old Covenant law.

 

Can you see how self-contradictory his statements are?

 

Joseph Prince is making a fool of himself.

 

This is not all.

 

In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube,

 

3 Mar 2024, Joseph Prince said;

 

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“We live under the New Covenant.

 

We are not under law, we’re under grace.

 

What is the greatest commandment

 

under law?

 

Thou shall love the Lord thy God with all thy heart,

 

all thy soul, all they mind, all thy strength,

 

has anyone done that?

 

No one.

 

No one can do that.

 

If you can, stand up.

 

And then we’ll pray for liars.

 

No one can do that.

 

No one.”

 

Joseph Prince said in one sermon,

 

“And I’m not saying that we don’t love God

 

I’m just telling you

 

how to do the greatest commandment.”

 

Yet, he also said in another sermon,

 

“No one can do that.

 

If you can, stand up.

 

And then we’ll pray for liars.

 

No one can do that.

 

No one.”

 

Joseph Prince said,

 

“I will tell you how to do the greatest commandment.”

 

Yet, he also said,

 

“No one can do the greatest commandment.”

 

This is getting crazy.

 

But this is not the end of the fiasco.

 

In the same sermon on 3 Mar 3024, Joseph Prince also said;

 

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“But there are things that are impossible with men

 

but they are possible only through God.”

 

If things are impossible with men

 

but they are possible with God,

 

then why did Joseph Prince

 

say that no one can obey the greatest commandment,

 

as that commandment was given by Jesus, who is God Himself.

 

After going through such a mess of contradictions

 

caused by Joseph Prince,

 

and despite that,

 

millions have still chosen to follow him,

 

leaves you with a mixed feeling of not knowing

 

whether you should laugh or cry.

 

If Joseph Prince can get so terribly messed up in his doctrines,

 

not just on this occasion but on plenty of other occasions,

 

how can any sensible person choose to trust and follow him?  

 

Hence, anyone who chooses to go along with his grace doctrines,

 

must have been bewitched by his occultic powers

 

and his powers of witchcraft

 

that he exercises on them.

 

Rev George Ong 

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