My Next In Line For A Miracle
A couple minutes ago, I was going through the stations here at home and found this. I didn't think things like these still existed, yet still in the year 2006, people are using the old, standby ways to misrepresent Christianity. Note the use of "your" rather than "you're"
Rev. Peter Popoff, seller of Miracle Spring Water. Yes, thats right: Miracle Spring Water. According to the testimonials he reads, it'll fix anything. One woman, he claims, had her electric bill paid by the Lord after she used the water. And it can work for you too! He says that he knows there's someone out there in the audience with intestinal problems that can be healed. There's a couple that can't have a child that will have a baby once they get the water. There's even a married couple living with their parents that--if they anoint the apartment they want with the water--will move out on their own. I couldn't make this stuff up if I tried.
That's right: if you call now, they'll supersize your order!
(Another grammar error to make this slightly more relevant: extra comma.)
Go check out his website's testimonials, pick out your favorite, and stick it in the comments.
Vid of Popoff getting shown up
Part of the informercial
Scans of what comes in the mail