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Complaint Review: Dennis Sutphin
Dennis SutphinInternet United States of America
Dennis Sutphin Heavenly Treasures Ministries POSING AS A FAKE PASTOR, will SLEEP WITH MARRIED WOMEN, STEAL, and buy himself GOLD TRINKETS, Internet
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Dennis Sutphin claims to be a Man Of God, and a HEALER. He and his wife have created a fake Facebook page to show that they are a legitimate ministry. The website is "heavenlytreasuresministries" on FACEBOOK. You can only send donations to their P.O. Box because there is NO actual church associated with them. I have called EVERY SINGLE CHURCH IN LAS VEGAS, to confirm my fears that this man is NOT a pastor and NOT associated with any church. He is NOT donating food to the poor. Any pictures of him you will see on his Facebook page are from 3 years ago when he probably helped out volunteering one day. [continued below]....
First, "Pastor" Dennis Sutphin will first tell you the story about how he once built a great antiques enterprise and had money, cars, beautiful women, and jewelry. Then he'll tell you about how he "wept a single tear that streamed down his cheek" as he looked across his lush, landscaped yard. Apparently this is the moment when he had a VISION: to work for God. I believe what happened was a vision of the money he could CON out of innocent people in the name of God.
His dramatic moment will include him laying his hands upon you and whispering prayers. He claims to be a healter. Do not let him do this because he will place his hands on OTHER parts of you too. I've never had a "man of God" behave like this. He claims to receive messages DIRECTLY from the Lord himself. I think his messages are coming from a place much lower than the Heavens or the heart.
I have heard him tell many people this exact message (again apparently directly from God), here's how it goes: "I'm sorry, I've never met you before, but God put YOU into my dream last night and wanted me to tell you that he knows you are going through a very tough time right now and are wrestling with a very specific decision. Well, the Lord told me that soon and all will be well. It's all going to work out for the best". It works like a charm.
Everyone cries and is super-suprised that this stranger can KNOW SO MUCH ABOUT ME! Sounds nice? He's usually saying that to a woman with whom he JUST had a conversation about a rocky marriage. Ultimately, the "message from God" is that you are going to have to leave your husband and sleep with this guy. If he's speaking to a man, he'll then ask for a donation to his "ministry", also known as his "fund to buy myself more jewelry and watches".
There are not enough words to explain the pure EVIL of this character. He sure can spin alot of uneducated and sloppy words into what might be considered a prayer, but he's ALWAYS, ALWAYS, ALWAYS working toward 3 things: sleeping with your wife, stealing your money and getting praise for being such a glorious man of God.
BEWARE BEWARE BEWARE. If you can find a church that will back this guy then I will IMMEDIATELY remove my post. Right now, I think he's a monster and someone, somewhere has GOT to stop him.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 02/11/2012 03:09 PM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Dennis-Sutphin/internet/Dennis-Sutphin-Heavenly-Treasures-Ministries-POSING-AS-A-FAKE-PASTOR-will-SLEEP-WITH-MARR-837684. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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