Anyone using the internet to find good solid encouraging bible teachers to help learn more from the bible may be shocked to find out that their are way more people setting up for example YouTube channels quote on quote claiming to be the mouth pieces of God and experts in His Word but their ultimate results are that they often leave the average believer with their head spinning and wondering who can be trusted or believed, in other words they tend to cause more harm than they achieve good by sewing seeds of doubt in other believers minds and we must remember the warning about sewing and reaping either good fruit or bad. Anyway I recently came upon an article attacking John MacArthurs wealth and how he is not much different from the other ministries he warns others about, mainly the charismatic money driven people who hold sway over others in their congregations etc . I don’t know any of them personally and I don’t believe in limited atonement so I guess I would not fit in with the Calvinistic clan of believers and neither can anyone say that they are not true fellow believers like everyone else who believes upon Christ for salvation, anyway my thought on John MacArthur and quote on quote wealth is that how do we know that he has quite simply been given money talent and as a good servant of the lord he is simply multiplying everything he has been given so that on the day of judgment he can say to the lord, see you gave me a money talent and I’ve increased it for your honour and glory and he will hear the well done good and faithful servant, enter into the joy of your lord. I guess it’s too easy to attack and tear down other Christian leaders forgetting that to their own Lord like ourselves as individuals are ultimately accountable to God through our lord Jesus Christ after our own days are done on earth or at the last judgment. Better to build up our shepherds than pull them down without just cause nor do we turn a blind eye to sin either. I guess the internet age we now live through should mean that as believers on Christ that we behave more responsible towards one another more often than ever.