Deception Is – Well, Deceptive!

Jesus was talking to the Scribes and Pharisees in Matthew 23:24-25. He said,   “Ye blind guides, which strain at a gnat and swallow a camel. Woe unto you, Scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! For ye make clean the outside of the cup and of the platter, but within they are full of extortion and excess.”

How does that passage refer to today? After I spent three years following the Lord’s leading in trying to help protect innocent people from becoming victims of a scam, a class-action lawsuit was filed on December 27 against self-proclaimed Christian financial adviser and gold and silver dealer, Larry Bates, for fraud and conspiracy, even involving civil charges of racketeering.

As Unreported World News has reported for three years, this has amounted to horrifically fraudulent behavior by this so-called Christian leader, a visible figure on national Christian television and the owner of the largest Christian radio news network.

Ezekiel 34 describes the fat shepherds and the scrawny sheep. Are other pastors and church leaders using their platforms for extortion and excess while the sheep are implored to sacrifice, often at the expense of buying food? Are heavy burdens being put on the sheep to build church buildings and invest in “bonds” to support the cause, which will become junk bonds when the dollar crashes in the near future?

Are church leaders and pastors advising their flocks to flock to God’s money, gold and silver, to protect their assets?

Sadly, for the most part, no.  Our newest book, Gold, Silver, Money and Your Future: A Biblical view of Real Money, will be available soon. We encourage you to get a copy of this short but powerful book to understand the economic deception in the church today.

Don’t let the actions of one dishonest metals dealer cause you to hesitate to obtain a place in God’s money system.  SLGAS was founded  as an alternative for metals’ investors – a trusted and safe source for precious metals, because of the dishonesty manifested by Larry Bates, a clearly not “Christian” precious-metals dealer.

Beware of the Scribes and Pharisees and get God’s money now, before the coming economic deception unfolds and it is too late to get metals affordably.

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