My favorite preachers are those ones that want your money in return for a place in heaven.
And one of the most famous of those is Joel Osteen.
You may remember big news back in 2014, Osteen reported that hundreds of thousands of dollars were stolen from a safe at Lakewood Church.
So. Joel Osteen's church reported a burglary of $600,000 a few years ago.
Yesterday, a plumber reported the walls literally stuffed with cash.
A Festivus miracle! https://t.co/pAZGCCUiVD
— Eric Garland (@ericgarland) December 3, 2021
Now, in quite the turn of events, hundreds of thousands of dollars have been found stuffed in the church walls.
Now, we’re not pointing the finger, but doesn’t that look suspicious?
According to reports, an unsuspecting plumber was called out to fix a broken toilet at the church when he stumbled across envelopes of checks and cash stuffed inside a wall.
Houston Police have confirmed evidence from the recovered checks suggests this November case is linked to the reported theft in 2014. Uh oh.
The police said:
“Evidence from the recovered checks suggests this November case is connected to a March 9, 2014 theft report of undisclosed amounts of money at the church,”
— Houston Police (@houstonpolice) December 3, 2021
Osteen has responded to the find on Twitter, with a cryptic tweet.
If you believe the negative things people say about you, if you let circumstances name you, then you’re giving it the right to come to pass.
— Joel Osteen (@JoelOsteen) December 3, 2021
Somebody pass the popcorn.