And sure enough, there ARE cults teaching that God wants its members to be rich.
As he has witnessed—
"What I detected was devils using magic to make people think God was answering their prayer. And when seeing changes supposedly wrought by this prayer, I noticed that where God actually did miraculously sustain someone, the effect was everlasting, where obversely, those praying to beings masquerading as god ended-up having to trade-off one thing for another, usually by suffering life-changing tragedy, as in losing a family member, enduring mutilating disaster or contracting a terminal illness &c.The list goes on.
"One man had been pestered into buying a health insurance policy he didn't want, but ended up buying anyway, only to be smashed in a massive car wreck. He thought he was saved by God for buying a policy covering his expenses, but, in trading health for a crippled future, it was obvious he'd dealt with the devil on that one.
"Another man had prayed for a great fortune allowing him to build a refuge for cast-off disadvantaged persons—everyone has an imagined cause—so his seemingly holy prayer indeed answered by having both hands hands burned off in a freak accident. And though the ensuing lawsuit enabled him to build a mighty Christian center, he located it in the valley of the shadow of a notoriously pernicious little town of mystics.
“There for charity one holiday, I saw odd lights flash at us, campfires of many colors, ghosts running free and rampant sex as the norm. A lifelong buddy's Hollywood-raised fiancée hit on me, etc &c.
"I later met a woman thinking that God had told her to open her home to miscreant transients, only to have one of them burn it down, and a man whose wife was stabbed by a felon because ‘God told her to convert him to Christianity’..."