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      ( By  our  older  Brother  Roger B. Elder )
      THE  TELEVISION  PREACHERS have made million and millions of dollars off the backs of poor folks, ignorant of what God's word actually says. They spread and repeat over and over the same simple lie....
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      They preach the Kingdom message,  just as Jesus did!  They do not get involved with politics....  imitating Jesus.  They do not learn war any more....  imitating Jesus. They worship the same Almighty God that Jesus worships....  Jehovah God!
      They pray to the same Almighty God that Jesus prays to!
      SATAN  AND  THE  DEMONS  are believers....  and they shudder when they think about it!   SEE  James 2:19.
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      8 Cure the sick, raise up the dead, make lepers clean, expel demons.  You received free,  give free ~~~
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