The consistency of inconsistency.

It has been a delight to watch this modern-day cult leader evolve from what he was when he began to who he has become. The one thing that remains consistent is his inconsistency. In September 24, 2017, Jerry Toney uploaded a video titled “The Days of Awe…” in which he stated that “I don’t like to follow dreams…” and of course, that would soon change.

“The Days of Awe…” September 24, 2017

UPDATE: Clip of the above deleted video is seen below.

Only 3 short months later Jerry posted a video about a dream he had. It would seem appropriate to quote James from the King James Version at this time: “A double-minded man is unstable in all his ways.” – James 1:8

“What to expect in 2018…” December 27, 2017

UPDATE: Clip of the above deleted video is seen below.

Considering how none of his followers had the courage to question this man’s integrity Jerry would go on to make posts about his dreams on Facebook.

January 25-27, 2018

Nearly 70 years old and for the first time in Jerry’s life he finds utility in his dreams. As his popularity grew Jerry became even bolder and would eventually evolve into becoming a “pastor”. Yet another contradiction as seen in one of my previous blog posts where he claimed he wasn’t a pastor. Of course, what’s a pastor without a church? And so, Jerry began to solicit funds from his blind followers in order to build a church in his front yard. A building that has remained empty since its construction was finished in early 2019.

June 12, 2018

While examples of the many contradictions exist from Jerry’s original stance, the bigger question is: why? Are we seeing the evolution of a simple humble man God has called to be a prophet? Or are we seeing a man that has figured out he can claim to be something he is not in order to defraud his fans? I would submit the latter is true. Currently, Jerry needs $60,000 to install an RV park on his land and is asking his loyal followers to front the capital for this business venture.

“Mid-Week Update; distracting and seducing spirits…” February 11, 2021

The logical conclusion is that Jerry found a way to make money tax-free without having to work for it. He has mentioned many times he has no intention of becoming a 501c3 non-profit tax-exempt organization. Such a clever way of having no accountability.

January 26, 2019

Are we so gullible to think that Jerry’s YouTube subscribers will buy an RV and live in middle-of-nowhere Texas on Jerry’s land? Not to mention they will have to pay rent, but the money you send now is to “help” these poor dislocated people. Even today as I’ve been putting this post together Jerry posts yet another dream…

February 27, 2021

The one consistent thing about Jerry his inconsistency. As I watch this cult leader grow and evolve I can’t help but see how transparent he really is. The fact that people are blind to this man’s tactics is rather amazing in itself. Can you see any disciple or Jesus himself asking for money to help people while simultaneously enriching their lives? And yet the dreamer keeps dreaming and his obtuse followers keep giving.

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  1. I knew a little of what Jerry believed, the reason I went there was for the RV Park, he was going to let me work it off and it was the cheapest place in the country to be, or so I thought, just a $3,000 2 week vacation that bent a n axle on my camper and got me robbed by Jerry

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