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does the person who sent the testimonial have a history of the skitz.
That woman sounds barely literate while trying to read something she most likely wrote.
You know that women hasn't read the bible.
This cynical exploitation of vulnerable mentally unstable people is absolutely sickening.
I think this is the very same "Prophet Martin" that we saw back on May 17 in a funny YouTube video where some guy made a prank call to Martin about an eye problem he claimed was caused by the "blood." He told Martin that his doctor wanted to know what was in the stuff. Martin told him. Very worth watching again; very funny.May 17 AMB page for Prank Call to a Televangelist
Gareth, do you mean you find it sickening that this blog has posted this video for us to point and laugh at the mentally handicapped brainwashing scam artist preacher and his mouth-ful-of-marbles witch fighting partner, or are you sickened by the scam artists?
It is very much the same "Blood of Jesus Oil", and the prank call with its cartoon is hilarious.
Conversely, this snake oil will free you from Jesus!
This has to be an SNL skit...
I don't believe that these people are scamming any body. They actually believe this crap. So I don't really consider it a scam. It is non-sense though.
I'm thinking that check for $100 says that "Prophet" Martin has more than salvation on his mind. :-$
I can vouch for this oil. It works very well especially on snakes. It also turns Welsh people gay and cures blocked sinuses - bonus.
Good point.I should clarify it is the scam artists that sicken me.I don't think that the brainwashing scam artist preacher is mentally handicapped. Those people know exactly what they're doing, exploiting the vulnerable for financial gain. The blog is doing the right thing in exposing their evil exploitative acts for us all to see.