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”
I wonder if she has magic underwear too?
My shoes keep wearing out so I guess the devil is at work here!
that is why God is a free will, personal responsibility type Guy.
I have a blessed Virginia Beach Tee Shirt that I bought there in 1992 and which I still wear to protect against “demons”….or….er….other things.
I have a couple of sweaters made nearly 25 years ago I still wear occasionally. They must be blessed.
I also have a 25 year single Highland malt scotch in my cabinet. That’s more of my kind of holy spirit.
“Holy” is wholly holey.
I’ve heard plenty of stories about religious criminals (a redundancy) who claim “god will provide” while they live a life of luxury (stealing with their own hands or through demands for donations).
Jacobs is the same moneygrubbing idiot who recently insulted native Americans.
You know money is the root of all evil and I am willing to help you get rid of that evil…. Just send a certified cashiers check made out in the amount you wish to purge…. Please do no fill in the name…. I’ll take care of that…. I’m here to help you….. Cast your burdens and I will catch them…..
The check is in the mail.
All the wasted years of my life working hard when I could have gotten rich with just a few ludicrous claims of holiness.
Bron: so she is a believer, does it hurt the rest of us?
Obviously sometimes it does. Lies have the potential to cause harm whenever they present a false version of reality, which when relied upon expose people to risks, or induce people to take actions, that they would not otherwise have taken.
If I tell somebody they should trust in God to protect them, and leave all their doors unlocked, for car, home and business, because locking doors is a message to God that they have no real faith or trust in His Almighty protection, and that is equivalent to renouncing Him, so their other prayers will not be answered and God will let Satan do as he will to them: I am endangering their lives and property even if I sincerely believe in my advice.
There is reality and there is imagination, the reality is that there is only a small chance that doors will be tested by criminals, but it is a real chance nonetheless, and locked doors prevent opportunistic crimes, both property crime and violent crime.
There are obviously larger crimes as well, like wars being waged and people being murdered over religious differences or slights, or children being kidnapped, raped and killed because religious parents believed in God’s active protection.
The problem is only partially her being a believer, and partially her anti-reality promotion of her belief to others. It is a problem for the same reason any lie can be a problem, false perceptions may lead people to harm, especially false promises of benefits and miracles when there is no empirical evidence that those exist.
I wonder if God’s spaghetti sauce was better than hers. Somehow I imagine hers tasted like ketchup and water while God’s was probably “Molto saporito!” with a healthy portion of garlic and some nice spicy meataballs.
What difference does it make….. if you add one more LIE….. on top of all the others used to try to sell your religion to the ‘CLUELESS’??? They’re trained from early age, NOT to question!!!
“socks were the larval form of clothes hangars.” omg. so that’s what’s going on. 😀
with her voice in the room, no need for finger nails on a chalkboard.
so she is a believer, does it hurt the rest of us? who would take this seriously? Like Benny Hinn, just another flim flam artist.
I’m a souman…. Or woman in this case…
Thank God I’m an atheist.
She probably got the idea from the Bible or from Oil-Qaeda:
(I Kings 17:8-16).
That is the new government view of oil, now fostered by Oil-Qaeda propaganda.
Once there was the notion of “peak oil” but now there is a cornucopia view that civilization will never run out of oil.
After reading this, Monsanto and Nike will be sending lobbyists to Capitol Hill demanding a law against this Creator’s multiplying food, lifelong shoes policy!
Has anyone ever noticed that socks disappear at the same rate clothes hangars multiply? Stephen Jay Gould had a theory about that. He claimed that socks were the larval form of clothes hangars.
That’s it! God’s been multiple(ing) the food in my refrigerator….and all this time I believed it was simply breeding on it’s own, how cynical of me???
We need better mental heath facilities in this country….
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