Why is Joseph Prince talking so much about heaven when he isn’t going to be there, anyway? – By Rev George Ong (Dated 16 Nov 2022)
(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.)
In a weekly Sunday sermon aired on YouTube on 13 Nov 2022, 3 days ago, and a sermon preached on 6 Nov, Joseph Prince said;
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“Anyway, that’s the future. And some of you have problem with prosperity, you got a problem walking on the streets of gold (in heaven). If I walk too much on this, I’ll feel like I’ll be corrupted. Then you see God’s throne – wooff, you know. And then you say, ‘God, tone down.’ Amen. No, no, you know, if gold and silver is evil, and the Bible says God put them here, right, then heaven will be, because it’s full of all these things. Amen. These are not the things, friends. But please don’t go on the other hand, saying, these are evil.”
“We walk on streets of gold. Something is very wrong with heaven. You won’t feel comfortable going there. You’ll tell God, ‘God, I think this is a bit grandiose, tone it down. We don’t want people to say of you, God, that you believe in a health and wealth gospel.’ Okay, something is wrong.”
Joseph Prince claims that his critics wouldn’t feel comfortable in heaven when he said;
“We walk on streets of gold. Something is very wrong with heaven. You won’t feel comfortable going there. You’ll tell God, ‘God, I think this is a bit grandiose, tone it down.’”
The truth is, while his critics would feel perfectly at home in heaven, Joseph Prince is the one who would feel extremely uncomfortable in hell.
This is not what I say but what Father God, the Lord Jesus, and the Apostle Paul had stated in the scriptures (Matt 23:15,33; Lk 13:3,5; Gal 1:8-9; Rev 2:20-23; Deut 13:1-11)
And I have to be truthful to the scriptures.
Why is Joseph Prince talking so much about heaven?
As a heretic, and if he continues to remain unrepentant, he won’t be there, anyway.
So why is Joseph Prince wasting his time fantasising about a heaven that he isn’t destined to.
If he remains unrepentant, his destiny will be in the lake of fire.
When Joseph Prince claims that his critics treat gold and silver as evil;
“And then you say, ‘God, tone down.’ Amen. No, no, you know, if gold and silver is evil… But please don’t go on the other hand, saying, these are evil,”
any right-minded believer will know that he is slandering his critics.
Who in his right mind would say the gold and silver per se are evil?
By now, you ought to know how many times Joseph Prince has slandered his critics.
Joseph Prince will henceforth be known not only as a serial liar, a serial double-talker, a serial hypocrite, but also, a serial slanderer.
Rev George Ong