Joe Rosochacki

$$$$$creflo Dollar Store$$$$$ (Not Quite An Acronym For Cre(Ating) (The) Flo(W) (Of) Dollar(S) (His Real Name Is Michael Smith) - Poem by Joe Rosochacki

Who is this man of God,
professing the Resurrection of my Lord Jesus,
Dressed up with all that bling?
That the more you give to me assuredly comforts you with a heavenly thing.
International ministry, in the name of Jesus, to people in Uganda,

The Title and theme of Creflo Dollar's meeting in Kampala, Uganda is
'Janggu Ogagawale' in Luganda, a local dialect; in English translated
'Come and Get Rich'...
This sounds unbelievable cause Creflo would have a very hard time using
such a Theme in the United States. However, these imposters calling
themselves preachers have no hindrances in Africa, they take full

“This Creflo Dollar meeting is nothing less than Creflo Dollar coming to forcefully rape the Ugandan Church. It is nothing short of Kayanja and team committing acts of Obscenity and spiritual pornography. The whole Creflo Dollar meeting in Kampala is one of Obscene Gestures, spiritual Pornography and whoredoms. African Christians stay away from this is a pure antichrist meeting.”
Kato Mivule
Uganda, Africa

One Act of the apostles one need not forget,
Did not entail ‘Prosper Theology’, uhm--
Two Rolls Royces (one given him by the faithful congregation) ,
One multimillion dollar house,
An apartment in Manhattan for $2,700,000.00, and one or two jets,
Make it three, for Trinity.

The Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit…
I think?

Creflo thunders to his captive audience, “We established last night that you are not whole until you get your money. Amen.” His church members cheer when they hear him say “Well, you need to hear about money, because you ain't gonna have no love and joy and peace until you get some money! … You got to get some MONEY! ” (Creflo Dollar, TBN, July 20,1999)

Imagine that God is love.
In Creflo’s teachings, love is money.
Gold equates to money, and Shalom is not yours till you get the money.
Therefore, Creflo worships gold (like the Golden Calf in Exodus) .
Exodus 32: 19-35
He doesn’t remember the Golden Rule.
It is, by Creflo’s account, the one who has the gold is the one who rules.

The New York Post wrote (around 1987) :

“To those of you who don’t watch paid programming on Sunday mornings, Creflo Dollar is a televangelist. Born Michael Smith, he drives a black Rolls Royce and his teaching is the very antithesis of that nonsense about the rich man, the camel and the eye of the needle. To Creflo, it’s all about the Benjamins.”

What would Christ think about a person flagrantly immersified (a joeism)
In (Creflo) DOLLAR bills?

..I tell you the truth, it is hard for a rich man to enter the kingdom of heaven. Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter the kingdom of God. Matthew 19: 24.
The parallel versions appear in Matthew 19: 23-24, Mark 10: 24-25 and Luke 18: 24-25,
Who is truly rich in earthly possessions? Is it not Creflo Dollar?
WWJT? (what would Jesus think)

The words of Jesus Matt 6: 19-2: 1 “Do not lay up for yourselves treasures on
earth, where moth and rust destroy and where thieves break in and steal; “but
lay up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys
and where thieves do not break in and steal. “For where your treasure is, there
your heart will be also.”
Alas the dollar is weakening,
Not a great sign of power,
I wonder if Creflo,
Would change his last name from Dollar to Euro.
If and when this ‘charismatic figure of a man’ (like Adolph)
Makes his conversion from monetary monikers, there will be no problem;
The ‘Golden Ones’ owe no explanations….


Comments about $$$$$creflo Dollar Store$$$$$ (Not Quite An Acronym For Cre(Ating) (The) Flo(W) (Of) Dollar(S) (His Real Name Is Michael Smith) by Joe Rosochacki

  • (9/17/2009 11:48:00 AM)


    Would you be so kind as to provide the source for the name change? I have documentation of a 'Creflo Dollar, Sr.' and his son, 'Creflo Dollar, Jr.' but I cannot find a 'Michael Smith' that is related or the same person. Of course, the latter name is very common, which makes it difficult.

    Jay Randall
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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 5, 2009

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