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Jan Crouch removes Bible Prophecy programming from network
Jan removed BIBLE PROPHECY and she brought in LOADS of FALSE PROPHETS who will tell people what their itching ears want to hear
(2 Timothy 4:3-4(verse 3) For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after their own lusts shall they heap to themselves teachers, having itching ears;
(verse 4) And they shall turn away [their] ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables.2 Timothy 4 verses 3-4). Now what does that tell you? -Admin-
Writer: Admin | 21 January 2014 | www.facebook.com/BoycottTBN/posts/575099312573569 Technically I just "UNPUBLISHED" this page because there were not enough people helping to Admin the page and I do not have the time for it! Neither do I wish to waste my time in these last hours to be 'entertainment' for the brainwashed TBN following.
Every individual has an opportunity to make their own choice in this life. If a person chooses to follow the broad road of lies to destruction, then they are free to do so, but I will not allow the devil to take up my valuable time talking to people on social networking anymore who don't give a crap.
It appears that Jan Crouch has assumed the position of President at Trinity Broadcasting Network, or else she is temporarily standing in.
Jan has made a new programming decision to remove prophecy teachers from the network, according to prophecy teacher Irvin Baxter of Endtime Ministries and host on "End of the Age":
You probably have heard by now about the passing of Paul Crouch, founder and President of TBN. Paul believed strongly in Endtime Ministries and was a great friend of our program. With his departure, his wife Jan has assumed the management of TBN. I have never met Jan but apparently she does not have a strong interest in Bible prophecy. As a result, our program, as well as several other prophecy programs on TBN, has been discontinued. Wednesday, January 15th was our last time to air. I wanted you to know because many of you watch our program, "End of the Age", on TBN. We can continue to be viewed on the Church Channel, which belongs to TBN, the Daystar Network, TCT and on other venues.
I expect to see all Bible prophecy programs removed from television altogether eventually because the new apostate church does not teach about the end times or preparing for the Lord's return. They are all too busy trying to sucker a dollar out of every unsuspecting person they can.
The average professing Christian seems to have no idea about the rapture, or the tribulation, or the Millennial Reign, or the Great White Throne Judgment up ahead. Worse than not knowing anything at all is how so many do not seem to even care. People are living for the temporal and not the eternal.