Self-described “prophet” Robin Bullock, who recently said President Joe Biden has a “slotted serpent eye” (a sign of demonic possession), would like you to know he has proof of God’s existence.
During Tuesday’s livestream of his show “The Eleventh Hour,” Bullock relayed a story about a woman who wanted to praise God for a miracle: Finding $300 in three bags of potato chips.
Pastor Robin Bullock has proof God is real: A woman once found $300 in three bags of chips she got from a hospital vending machine and… that's it.
"Everybody I told that to said, 'What brand of chips was that?'… It was called God Chips!" pic.twitter.com/iQ2ipDkuvk
— Hemant Mehta (@hemantmehta) July 28, 2021
I was given a praise report. It’s on my desk, and I hope I say this right the way it was written.
There was — I had said a word about God was going… to show Himself or prosper someone in very unusual ways…
… There was a lady — wrote in and, I think to the prayer ministry — and said they heard me say that, and they were at a hospital, I think, visiting someone. And they bought a bag of potato chips. And when they got this bag of potato chips, the little boy opened the potato chips, and in the potato chip bag was a $100 bill. So he picked it up. Was in the bag of sealed chips!
Well, then, I don’t know if it was the same day or when it was, but they bought another bag of potato chips, and the little boy asked his mother. The mother told him, “You can have it because you the one that found it”… I don’t know. I don’t know these ages, remember, I don’t have it in my head.
And then they bought another bag of potato chips — Are you listening? — And the mother was just gonna eat it, I guess, and the little boy or the son said, “Are you not gonna look?” So he looked in it and there was another $100 bill in the second bag of chips.
So then they bought a third bag of chips, and they looked in the third bag of chips, and there was another $100 bill in the third bag of chips.
So the Lord prospered them $300 after they heard that word.
Yeah, everybody I told that to said, “What brand of chips was that?”… It was called God Chips!
Now the Lord had that put there.
Uh-huh. Sure. Totally believable. Couldn’t possibly be an accident or prank or coincidence. At that point, I don’t know why you wouldn’t just spend a few more bucks and buy up every bag of those chips in the vending machine but this family failed to do that. Why? Who knows. “Rule of three” in telling stories?
Also, Bullock failed to address why this supposedly incredible God was gifting these people $300 while simultaneously putting one of their loved ones in the hospital! How is that not the bigger issue here?! Did that person die? Why was someone in the hospital?!
I guess that doesn’t matter, though, because MONEY. Which is exactly where I’d expect a Christian grifter’s focus to be.
(Thanks to Kyle for the link)