Mike Murdock

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Mike Murdock exposed as a false prophet

Men like Mike Murdock exists to make a buck off anyone who care to believe in the lies spewing from his mouth.

Mike Murdoc peddle the gospel for money, with a Bible in his hand.

The amount of false prophets wielding their own twist on the Word of God is astounding.

Mike Murdock promises 3-months of miracles and uncommon blessing to those who give the $1,000 seed. Murdock believes in 7 laws, that is his 7 laws. They are: law of difference, law of the mind, law of recognition, law of 2, law of place, law of honor, and law of seed.

What do you need to expose Mike Murdock as a false prophet? Just one thing; the Holy Word of God. Let’s compare just some of Murdock’s lies to the Bible.

1. The law of seed: Murdock says: “Our offerings to God are seeds that produce a harvest. There are many types of seeds in our life. Honor is the seed for access, kindness is a seed, time is a seed, love is a seed, teaching is a seed, giving is a seed. This law is to work in the financial arena as well.”

My Comment:

Listed on Murdock’s websites are comments from people who believe in Murdock’s law of seed. Sandra of Tulsa OK says:

“ When I was at your meeting in Dallas, I planted a $58 Seed. In 58 days, I received a receipt stating that my rent was paid in full throughout the lease of six months. Looking forward to seeing you.”

Murdock is filled with deception, and leads many people into the wide gate.

To give an offering and to expect something in return is not giving you’re your heart. Financial gain is nothing, if you do not accept Jesus Christ as your Savior.

The Word of God is the standard Christ wants us to live by. Jesus Christ has always provided me with the basics, and as long as I have my Savior, I am content with my lot in life. I expect no monetary gain in return.

1 Timothy 6:6-10 (KJV)

"But godliness with contentment is great gain. For we brought nothing into this world, and it is certain we can carry nothing out. And having food and raiment let us be therewith content. But they that will be rich fall into temptation and a snare, and into many foolish and hurtful lusts, which drown men in destruction and perdition. For the love of money is the root of all evil: which while some coveted after, they have erred from the faith, and pierced themselves through with many sorrows."

The law of place: Murdock says:

“Where you are is as important as what you are. Jesus, who had to leave his hometown and preach elsewhere to be recognized. When you are where you belong, your genius emerges. So it behooves us to consider whether we are where we need to be, and if not, where is that place.” For the reference click here.

 

Dr Mike Murdock selling miracles for a thousand dollars

 

Mike Murdock and the three magic genie “prayers.”

I saw something recently that I wanted to share. I was out of town and came across TBN and another TBN-like “Christian” channel called Inspiration on the TV in the hotel. I found myself mesmerized, switching back and forth between the two. My wife asked why I was bothering watching this, but it was like watching a train wreck. You don’t want to look, but you can’t help it.

On this particular channel they were having a Camp Meeting Telethon (a fund-raiser . . . imagine that!) and even TD Jakes was pimping for dollars. Then came Mike Murdock. What this purveyor of the prosperity gospel said caused me to reach for my pad and pen to take note.

Mr. Murdock told the audience (and those watching from home) that he prayed for three blessing for us. (Gee, thanks for caring so much about us, Mike). They sounded more like magic genie wishes to me. Are you ready for this?

1). That every blessing he gets you get too. He called this the Prayer of Boaz.

2). That you can own your home debt free. Not just any old small home but a huge mansion of a home. During this same broadcast he boasted about how big his home was.

3). That God will put people in your lives that you can “get something from.” Wow, using people for our benefit has never felt so spiritual. But doesn’t the Bible warn against this?

With all this garbage that spewed out of his mouth, the “audience” just clapped and applauded and nodded in approval. I grieve for them. They are so deceived because they are so ignorant of the Scriptures. Click here for the reference.

Mike Murdock' Stuff

President and director of the Mike Murdock Evangelistic Association, has had several luxury vehicles at his disposal. Some belong to him, and some are owned by the ministry. The BMW, work at least $69,000, was a gift, Murdock says, while the ministry bought the Jaguar. He says he got an idea that allowed him to buy the Cessna Citation 500, worth $300,000 to $500,000. Federal Aviation Administration documents show that the jet belongs to the ministry.

Murdock likes to describe himself as a "Wal-Mart guy." But a $25,000 Rolex adorns his wrist. And he can shoot hoops on the "NBA-style" basketball court at his estate or take notes with a $4,500 fountain pen.

Details of Murdock's lifestyle were pieced together from documents obtained by the Trinity Foundation, a televangelist watchdog group in Dallas; Denton County property-appraisal records; a report of a burglary at his home; interviews; and excerpts from his broadcasts and books. They show a man living a Hollywood lifestyle.

Murdock says he drives a BMW 745, which typically sells for $69,000 to $75,000. He used to prefer driving a Porsche to the ministry. He has had at his disposal a ministry Corvette, Jaguar and Mercedes, Lincoln Continentals and, since August, a corporate jet valued at $300,000 to $500,000.

Murdock lives in a Spanish-style, 3,177-square-foot adobe house that he calls Hacienda de Paz – or "House of Peace." He, not the ministry, owns it. Also on the grounds is a 1,660-square-foot building whose use is unclear. The 6.8-acre estate, east of Argyle, was valued at $482,027 by the Denton Central Appraisal District in 2002, documents show.

Few get a good view of the estate. It is protected by a black wrought-iron fence. The gates are monogrammed with two M's – his initials. On the well-kept grounds, a path winds near a tennis court and two of at least four gazebos on the property. At various times, Murdock has had a camel, an antelope, a donkey, ducks, geese, a lion and dogs. Near one edge of his property, he once kept llamas in a paddock. He has also had koi and catfish at the estate. He had 24 speakers wired in trees so he could hear gospel music everywhere on the grounds, he said during a 1998 broadcast.

Inside his home, Murdock has had several fish tanks, including a large saltwater aquarium. In the gym, Murdock can work out with his personal trainer. He can relax in front of his home theater or in a Jacuzzi. And he can enjoy the fountains in his pool and living room.

Murdock once kept coin and jewelry collections valued at $125,000. He reported the information to the Denton County Sheriff's Department after a theft. Sheriff's spokesman Kevin Patton said investigators dropped the case because Murdock would not list what had been stolen.

Murdock has a second Rolex watch, besides the $25,000 one he often wears, he said during an appearance Oct. 19 in Grapevine. He didn't state its value.

Murdock has said he was given the watches, expensive suits, several Chevrolet Corvettes, the BMW and a rare Vetta Ventura sports car – one of 19 made.

From 1993 to 2000, IRS records show his compensation package averaged $241,685 a year, or about 9 percent of the $21,040,299 the ministry took in during that period. Click here for the reference.

 

Mike Murdock Exposed