UNBIBLICAL STATEMENTS FROM CREFLO DOLLAR
"You're not a sinner saved by grace you sons and daughters of the Most High
God. You are gods!"
(Creflo Dollar, "Changing Your World", April 17, 2002)
"I speak to fig trees! I speak to mountains! I cast
out demons! Hallelujah! I raise the dead! If need be I walk on water! I'm a god of the Most High God!" (Creflo Dollar, "Christian
Celebrity or Charismatic Gnostic?" Audiotape #0418)
"Well, you need to hear about money, because you ain't gonna have no love
and joy and peace until you get some money!" (Creflo Dollar, TBN, July 20, 1999)
"Jesus didn't come as God, He came as a man,
and He did not come perfect."
(Creflo Dollar Ministries: World Changers, December 8, 2002)
"Words control the body. And regardless
of what's going on in your physical body, you got to talk to it. I'm telling you I talk to my major organs ... I speak words to it
... The tongue in your mouth will control every inch of your physical body! Do not tolerate sickness and disease as long as you got
a working tongue that can speak the established Word of God!" (Creflo Dollar, "Establishing the Word of God Part 2", January 30, 2005,
Product Number: 8442091)
"I don't have to tolerate sickness! I don't have to tolerate bondage! I don't have to tolerate debt!
I don't have to tolerate lack! I don't have to tolerate insufficiency! I don't have to be broke, busted, and disgusted all my life.
My God is a God that has me the power to get wealth." (Creflo Dollar, "Growing Up In God", April 4, 2004)
"God wants you driving
good, dressing good, looking good, because He is good!"
(Creflo Dollar, "Maximizing Your God Given Potential", May 18, 2003)
telling you, Jesus wasn't poor, and He didn't wear no rags, either; like we march in on these Easter little plays that we do at our
church, with those raggedy sheets on. Jesus didn't have no rags on. He wore designer clothes, honey!" (Creflo Dollar Crusade, February
"Break out of that old $2.50 offering, you got to get into that savings account and give something that's precious to
you." / "Somebody might say, 'Well, I don't believe it.' Well, you probably wouldn't with your broke self." / "What's the gospel to
the poor? It is prosperity!" (Creflo Dollar, TBN, Praise-A-Thon, April 1, 2004)