Insane For Jesus: Cindy Jacobs (Again)
I’m not sure. There are a lot of insane people highlighted at this site. There are also a myriad of persons whom operate under extremely faulty categories. But this just might be one of the craziest, stupidest, most insane rants I’ve ever heard someone go on.
Just when you though that self-styled “Prophetess to the Nations” Cindy Jacobs could not get more ridiculous she has “dedicated her show God Knows to discussing how lands are cursed by sins like abortion, adultery and homosexuality, calling on Christians to literally take control over the weather and reverse the curse. In the fourth part of the series, Jacobs claims that lands are cursed with violence because they were previously inhabited by Native Americans who “did blood sacrifice” and “were cannibals and they ate people.””
You study the area and you find out what happened? What did the indigenous people worship? If they did blood sacrifice, like we found some areas that were very, very violent because the former culture was a murderous, violent area, like in Texas here and all of the coast around Houston and Galveston and some of that area, the Native American people were cannibals and they ate people. And so you can see a manifestation of that in the churches where people turned against people and kind of cannibalized other people’s ministries. So there’s been a lot of prayer over that in Houston, Texas, they’ve done a lot of intercession over that and broke the curses on the land. We just had a prayer meeting in Houston a little a week ago, the governor of Texas, really as an individual instigated this, and 35,000 people showed up to pray and it was only a prayer meeting called within three months, three month period of time. So what happened? The land is starting to rejoice, you see, because of that prayer.
Yes Cindy, if there is any word I think of when I see you ramble it is ‘study’… but not as in I think you have actually studied anything, but that you need to be studied by a large group of sociologists and psychologists so that they can learn more about insanity.
As an aside: other persons have regularly asserted here that the hypothesis of the efficacy of prayer is untestable because it is not in the ‘natural’ realm. I have countered, yes, but if there are any actual real world effects then those effects are testable and measurable.
Here’s the usefulness of Jacobs’, Gov. Perry’s, and other people’s magic incantations to change global weather patterns (i.e., it can’t be done!)