Televangelist Jim Bakker suggests that if you want to survive the end of days, the best thing you could do is buy one of his cabins in Missouri’s Ozark Mountains. And while you’re at it, be sure to pick up six 28-ounce “Extreme Survival Warfare” water bottles for $150.
“And the kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rich men, and the chief captains, and the mighty men, and every bondman, and every free man, hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains; And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of him that sitteth on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb: For the great day of his wrath is come; and who shall be able to stand?” Revelation 6:15-17 (KJV)
EDITOR’S NOTE: In Revelation 6, we see an excellent example of how much good it will do to hide out in a bunker during the Battle of Armageddon which will take place at the end of the time of Jacob’s trouble at the Second Coming of Jesus Christ. Televangelist fraud and false teacher Jim Bakker continues to regale his Bible deficient followers with tall tales of ‘surviving the apocalypse’, which they seem to lap up with the same enthusiasm as they do his disgusting buckets of ‘survival food’. Born again Christians have no fear of the Apocalypse because the Pretribulation Rapture of the Church will have already removed us long before that event takes place. But it looks like Jim Bakker and his ‘church’ will be left behind to face first Antichrist and then Jesus Christ in judgement. Good thing they will be ‘safe and secure‘ in their Ozark mountain survival cabin. If it wasn’t so desperately sad and pathetic, it would actually be pretty funny.
“The prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests bear rule by their means; and my people love to have it so: and what will ye do in the end thereof?” Jeremiah 5:31 (KJV)
Jim Bakker, 78, made comments promoting his Morningside church community alongside his co-host and wife, Lori, on an episode of “The Jim Bakker Show,” which aired Tuesday. The show is filmed there, near Branson.
Bakker was known for hosting the evangelical Christian TV program “The PTL Club” in the ’70s and ’80s — up until 1987, when his empire came crashing down amid a sex scandal and charges of fraud.
Jessica Hahn told The Charlotte Observer last December that Bakker had manipulated her into having sex in a hotel room in 1980, back when she was a church secretary. At the time, Bakker was married to Tammy Faye.
He was convicted in 1989 on 24 counts of wire and mail fraud and conspiracy, and served five years in federal prison. Tammy Faye filed for divorce while he was in prison. She died in 2007 and was buried in Kansas.
Now, surrounded by buckets of food and “warfare” water bottles in the Ozarks, Jim Bakker is in front of the cameras once again, preparing his viewers for the Apocalypse.
“Where are you going to go when the world’s on fire? Where are you going to go? This place is for God’s people. … We need some farmers to move here,” Bakker said on Tuesday’s show.
The screen cuts to images of the pastor’s end-of-the-world cabin homes in Blue Eye, Missouri. Later in the show, Bakker says the Ozarks is “the safest place to live” versus living in large cities elsewhere in the country, like Chicago and New York, The Christian Post reported.
“Do you know the people from the government, from NASA, the research from so many of them, they have said in their research that the safest place to live in troubled times is right here. That’s why God brought us here,” Bakker said.
“Bakker is just trying to sell property using the same fictional scare tactics he uses to sell buckets of disgusting glop,” the blogger, Hemant Mehta, wrote Thursday.
Bakker “bizarrely” brags about the appeal of living near Branson in preparation for End Times while at the same time complimenting the city’s “number-one Christian theater,” Sight & Sound Theatres.
Along with advertising the cabins and survival equipment, The Christian Post reported, Bakker’s Morningside community has also been making plans to add an amphitheater and a chapel. source
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