The ‘Aston Martin 77’ is so named because only 77 of them came off the production line. One of those 77 was written in Hong Kong, which leaves 76 in existence. One of these 2-seater, V12, 750 horsepower cars will only cost you $1.8 million. These days, you can’t have a religious conversation with a skeptic for too long without the subject of rich TV Evangelists coming up. Before their empires fell to immorality and greed, Jim Bakker took in $158 million, and Jimmy Swaggart racked in a cool $12 million a year. If the 1980s were profitable, then the years since have only increased the takings. A South Carolina pastor became defensive when criticised for buying his wife a $200,000 Lamborghini Urus as an eighth wedding anniversary present. A Nigerian pastor bought a $753,000 Rolls Royce Coupe, the 2014 Bespoke Edition, to mark his 30 years as a born-again Christian and 27 years as a pastor. He had earlier spent $207,000 on a Range Rover Autobiography to mark a milestone of his church. These guys are thieves and charlatans and will face God for their lies and greed. However, according to them, Jesus came to bring blessings to the faithful. The more faithful you are, the more blessings you receive. How do you know you are faithful? Because God is blessing you. How do you make sure that God will bless you? Merely bless the ministry of someone that God is blessing. How do you bless said ministry? Simply send MONEY! And as Yul Brynner so eloquently put it, “Etcetera, etcetera, etcetera…”. They obviously missed the part in the Bible where Jesus was born broke, died broke, and had little in-between. He was all-and-only about the Mission—The Saving of your soul! If you gave Jesus a free Aston Martin 77, I think he might ask, “And where do I put my other 11 disciples?” Maybe the reason that Jesus isn’t giving us enough of what we need, is because we have too much of what we want.