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Marcus Lamb - Daystar TV  Deceiving the People

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I believe Marcus & Joni Lamb started off with the right intentions in mind for their television network but with the growth and the amount of dollars flowing in they got caught up with greed and power. The Lambs along with their network are great proponents of the Word of Faith Movement and the prosperity gospel that has inundated the church.  Below is a header that  is on the Daystar website which in itself provides enough proof that Daystar is a proponent of Word of Faith and Prosperity Preachers.

I cannot get much clearer that that.  T.D. Jakes is a big money man who also denies that Trinity.  Kenneth Copeland is today's leader in the prosperity gospel, name it and claim it teachings.  And on and on.  Read below some of the comments made by Marcus Lamb and his guest during the last few Share-A-Thon telecast.  They promote the concept that you can purchase a miracle from God.  The sad part of this phony teaching is that if you purchase the miracle from God you must pay the price to Daystar.  How convenient can it get.  I suppose that God has now been lowered to a secondary position in that He listens to what Daystar and others like them say instead of them listening to Him.  Beware people of this false teaching as it will open the door to the wide path that leads to destruction.

"There are three of you--Three special people that the Lord is speaking to about a $1,000,000 gift.  One of you is a professional athlete.  One of you is a successful businessman and one of you is a woman that God has greatly blessed and if you're one of those people that God is speaking to call and let us know.  When He speaks to you about a significant gift like a $1,000,000 He's got a significant miracle on His mind."

(Marcus Lamb, "Daystar Fall Share-A-Thon," September,2005)

"There's three people at $7700 one time and three people at $77,000 one time.  You need to obey the Lord.  And it may be a business--I don't know.  But, you need to obey the Lord.  There's three of you each and it's very, very, special that the Lord out of all these thousands of people watching all over the world that He would stop me and He would say, 'Speak to those six people--Three at $7700 and three to give $77,000 one time.'  So He stopped me out of all that's going on and said, 'Speak to those people.'"

(Marcus Lamb, "Daystar Fall Share-A-Thon," September,2005)

"And God is saying, 'Move today.'  It could be that you need a new house!  It could be that you need a better car!  It could be that you need a promotion on the job...It could be that you've been praying for that son to get saved...You've been praying that God would restore your marriage...I say to you today, 'Don't just throw your seed.  Sow your seed!'  There is a difference.  You can call up today and make a pledge and that's great!  And I say, 'God bless you.'  But if you don't have an intended purpose for that seed then all you did is throw that seed instead of sow that seed."
(Marcus Lamb, "Daystar Spring Share-A-Thon," March,2005)
 
"Women are more sensitive to the Holy Spirit without question!"
(Marcus Lamb, "Daystar Spring Share-A-Thon," March 7, 2005) Sounds like playing to the hearts of women to get them to give more as they feel more important with these kinds of remarks.  Disgusting that he would portray God's Holy Spirit as being sexist.
 
"Mike Murdock: I, really sense the Lord saying to me that, 'There are churches, there are ministers and there are business people that this $8,500 seed is going to connect you to a million dollar plus decision.  A million dollar plus opportunity."
("Daystar Spring Share-A-Thon," February,2005)

These comments are but the tip of the iceberg concerning the direction the Lambs have led their television network to go.  Below is a quote from Daystar concerning miracle teaching.
 
Joni Lamb: "You know, Daystar is a network that believes in miracles and, uh, some time ago we had to remove a program because, um, we had a programmer who was teaching that miracles were not for today."
Darlene Bishop: "Oh, my Lord!"
Joni Lamb: "And that they..."
Marcus Lamb: "That they ceased with the days of the apostles."
Joni Lamb: "That they ceased with the days of the apostles.  And so, you know we contacted this ministry and said, 'That this doesn't line up with what Daystar believes."
Darlene Bishop: "Thank God!"
(Joni Lamb, Darlene Bishop, Marcus Lamb, "Daystar Spring Share-A-Thon" March,2005)  How sad it is that the Lamb's would actually remove a program that did not teach miracles for today but would not only keep but put in the forefront a teacher like T.D. Jakes who teaches against and denies the Trinity.  Could it possibly be because T.D. Jakes can bring in so much MONEY!  You be the judge of that one but I can faithfully say that I believe that to be exactly what the difference is.
 
More forthcoming concerning the Lambs and Daystar.  Stay tuned to this website.
 
Respectfully,
Bob Wise