Sole Searching: Television Prophet Discusses Miracle Shoes and Pasta Sauce

Cindy Jacobs is not just some other television prophet selected by God to guide mankind. Jacobs not only walks in the path of God, she wears magical shoes with holy soles that do not get holey. In explaining how the faithful are given miracles in her 10 Minute Prayer School, Jacobs explained “I mean, I remember one time that I had a pair of shoes that I wore and wore and wore and wore and it just — for years, these shoes did not wear out. And I wore them years and years and years.” She also describes how in having friends of her kids over, God would multiple food in jars as she spooned out lunches and snacks.

These were not just really good shoes but supernatural soles, according to Jacobs. When not discussing footwear, Jacobs was warning about people with “animus blood,” which she believes refers to people who descend from cultures believing in animism as opposed to some type of hateful blood. (I think she meant “animistic”). She was specifically concerned with people with Native American heritage: “If you have in your bloodline any animus [sic], any Native American blood, for instance — not all Native Americans worshipped the serpent or crocodile, many did — but you might want to renounce that and repent for the generational iniquity. If you are — perhaps you’re Mexican and you might have indigenous blood in you or Mayan blood, those who have Aztec blood in any way, you need to repent for the sin of animism before you begin to deal with this spirit.”

I assume that she arrived at this view by noting that Native American footwear was often made of deerskin and did not last as long as her own supernatural shoes.

28 thoughts on “Sole Searching: Television Prophet Discusses Miracle Shoes and Pasta Sauce”

  1. Well Raymond,

    Did you finally retire your condom and frame it….. After all, it appears it was a Goodyear …..

  2. I’m sure it was superb pasta sauce, not just plentiful. Didn’t the blob keep multiplying?

  3. Larry

    Remember, the devil wears Prada, too aloof he is to bother with the shoes of commoners such as myself.

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