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Joel Osteen from the megachurch asks help from Hurricane victims

2017-08-29 01:28:02

Joel Osteen, poor celebrity pastor of Lakewood Church in Houston, was praying for everyone affected by Hurricane Harvey. Everyone had the chance to read his hearty messages on twitter. While he faced a lot of criticism from people from his church, antichrists (sorry, atheists), poor people, and even god, he explained that if he could, he would help those people. Or actually he already was doing the best he could, he was praying for the people, right from his $10 million mansion. He couldn't accept any hurricane refugees in the church, nor his 17,000-square-foot mansion sitting on 1.86 acres of land. He said that he, and the church (which can hold more than 16 000 people), too, was being flooded.

While reports and pictures from several other people showed something different, Joel did manage to show a picture or two of water, too.

And now he's here to ask for people's help for people in need. He tweeted, "Our hearts break as we see the damage and destruction in our city. Please join us in helping Houston recover." He said that we need to help Houston recover, please donate for Lakewood Church in Houston to get its carpets cleaned, and to get the bum smell out of it (allegedly, couple of "flood victims" had actually managed to get in the building, damn it).

Victims of hurricane Harvey, let's come together and help Joel and his church survive.

PS: Joel's $10k shoes got wet during the hurricane as well, so don't be greedy with your donations!


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