Man claiming to be Jesus Christ earns thousands of dollars from his sect

Man claiming to be Jesus Christ earns thousands of dollars from his sect

Jesus Himself tells us in Matthew 24:5: For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many”. Enough people have claimed to be the Christ, from biblical times to the present day, and this should not come as a surprise to us.

An Australian man named Alan John Miller created his own sect in 2013 and has been followed by approximately 25,000 people since then, many of whom have sold their homes to buy land near Alan.

Alan John Miller AJ dice que es Jesucrito y su secta genera 500 mil dolares de ganancias

Alan, who claims to be the Christ, before founding this sect was dedicated to information technology, but he abandoned his profession when in 2013 he dedicated himself to creating his own religion, and we ask ourselves: How is it that so many people can be deceived for atrocities like this? The answer is in the verse quoted at the beginning of our article: “and they will deceive many.”

And an extremely dangerous and questionable fact is that this sect generates about 500 thousand dollars of profit.

According to data provided by Sky News, AJ, who prefers to be called this way, declared that he has memories of two thousand years ago when he died on the cross. He also seeks to cleanse himself like Pilate when he is asked for a miracle, saying that it is not necessary, that everyone knows that he is Jesus.

Miller also made statements about the pain on the cross, saying that the great concern was not for Jesus, but the pain of Mary when she saw him:

When you are God you are not in a state of fear, and you have good control over the sensations of your body and the level of pain that you can absorb.

AJ has a troubled past, as in 1997 his ex-wife called him a “dangerous madman.” Miller’s current wife’s family has tried to separate her from him, but apparently she is very blinded by her beliefs.

This is very dangerous, as many people have left their jobs and family to follow this impostor. He has also made dangerous statements, speaking of a 100-meter tsunami and destruction of several countries. Let us remember these words of Jesus and do not be fooled:

For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many.

MarkĀ  13:22 (KJV)

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