[img]https://www.sermonindex.net/images/forum/2004/may/featured_news.gif[/img]All he needed was a Bible and a lot of attitude. A young man drove up in a pickup truck to a Farmington, N.M., Chevrolet dealership Monday, walked in and demanded that he be given a new car, reports the Daily Times of Farmington.When asked how he planned to pay for the vehicle, the man's answer was simple: Jesus would finance it for him.Then he became threatening."He said, 'If you don't give me the keys to the car, I'm going to drive it [the pickup] through the showroom window,'" said Webb Chevrolet Toyota (search) Finance Officer Bob Bish.The man, who identified himself as Ray Montano, then walked back out to the gray Ford Ranger (search) truck sitting in the parking lot as employees and customers quickly backed away."He said he was going to do it," salesman Dwayne Carlson told the newspaper.And do it he did. Montano gunned the engine, jumped the truck over the parking-space block, picked up a little speed and went straight into the front windows, shattering glass and knocking over a chair and a plant.
_________________SI Moderator - Greg Gordon
Possibly this is some fruit from Word Faith teachings .. believe and recieve beliefs. But as surely is evident this man might have had the gift of faith but didnt have the fruit of the spirit.
As Ron says - "Faith not based on revelation is superstition"