Televangelist: Bob Jones And I Got The Final Score Of World Series From God

Televangelist Rick Joyner appears on the brink of ruining Sunday football for all of us. Joyner said that the world needs prophets who will be able to predict the future, including sports scores.  More importantly, Joyner revealed that he already has that ability and knew the actual score of the World series games before the games were actually played.

In the videotape below, the Joyner says

“We’re in desperate need of such prophets right now in the world,” Joyner said. “We should be able to put newspapers out a week before the date and then go for longer; including sports. You don’t need to watch the Super Bowl, I’m going to tell you what’s going to happen.”

He then reveals that God shares sports scores with him in advance.  He recounted how he and another prophet Bob Jones were given the World Series scores in advance: “We were having a conference when the World Series was going on and Bob and I both got some of the scores of the games before the games were played. We didn’t tell anybody—we wrote them down, hid ’em, but didn’t tell anybody because we didn’t want anybody gambling on them.”

That must have required superhuman restraint since a few divinely ordained bets in Vegas would have made a fortune.  What is curious however is why it is a relief that we will not have to watch the Super Bowl anymore but just hear the scores in advance from the prophets.  At first I thought his suggestion of printing newspaper stories a week in advance was tongue in cheek. However, he then proceeds to detail how he was given the scores for the game with the Braves winning the World Series.


18 thoughts on “Televangelist: Bob Jones And I Got The Final Score Of World Series From God”

  1. A televangelist is like an angies list. Praise the Lord and pass the ammunition. For every televangelist there should be a sniper. Oswald was a believer. I believe in truth, justice and the American Way. One way is to shoot the bad guys. Do it on tv in front of Dog and everybody.
    I got paid by J. Edgar.

  2. I would do it, preach this garbage, make millions, if I could only keep a straight face. They don’t need to bet on sports. They have enough duped sure things sending in mountains of cash. And Trump not only wants to protect their tax free status but also to allow them to get more involved in politics. You got your Democrats farming the lower class workers with promises of a better lifestyle and you got your Republicans farming idiots with promises of whatever.

  3. Only Satan and his minions can know the future. It’s also a sign of being possessed. All the rest is guess work, smoke and mirrors.

  4. WOW! Reminds me of Ernest Angley.

    Shouting~~~~ “Put your HANDS on the television and feel the energy…yeah! Praise the lord…Hallelujah”

    Just think, these guys could have saved Hillary from wasting $1.3 billion. 😔

    Ok, I need the results of the Preakness and Belmont Stakes. Also, the Stanley Cup.

    Matthew 7:1-3 (KJV)

  5. Charlatans all. Funny how God doesn’t simply unify quantum mechanics and general relativity for us.

  6. I’ve been skeptical about prophecies since they are usually vague, subject to interpretations, to be fulfilled in some non-specific timeframe, etc. It would be refreshing if mundane things such as sports scores would be predicted. It would also be compelling evidence for the existence of the supernatural/divine. Also disturbing indication of predestination.

  7. Being a gambler, as JT alluded to, I would love to know a few scores in advance.

  8. This is so sad. 🙄
    2 Timothy 4:3 (KJV)

    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;

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