Greg Locke’s net worth:- The well-known Greg Locke has eventually divorced from his wife and has taken over the new woman—his secretariat—from his Starbucks’ Cups to Target’s Bathrooms. In Mt. Juliet, Tennessee, Locke, pastor of the Global Vision Bible Church, defended (not mentioned) his ongoing divorce in the chair. In this video, Locke is correct about a lot of everything he says. People ought not to be married to abusers and the like merely because they have been advised by some of the preachers (or the Bible). Life is too short for unhappy, lovely weddings. Of course, the difficulty is that Locke is a biblical evangelical who believes that the Bible is inspired, ineffective.
Naturally, the difficulty is that Locke is a biblical evangelical who believes the Bible to be the inspired, false and infallible word of God, and the Bible is clear: God dislikes divorce; Moses allowed Israelites to divorce only because their hearts were harder; Jesus only gave one reason, namely adultery, for divorce. I don’t know how Locke and his wife got together. Your divorce may have been justified. But if a person stands in the chair, saying, “HOW SAITH the Lord,” he is confident that every word of the Bible must be believed and used in his everyday life as the heaven; and if he should not be shocked if he is called “S, he shouldn’t be shocked.”
He gained most of his riches as the founder and pastor of the Church of the Bible in the Global Vision. Consequently, the net estimate of Greg Locke is $0.2 million. And the Bible also makes it clear that evangelicals divorcing are banning marriage anew, and that remarrying is adultery. Locke does not seem, then, as a great believer in the Bible, to be his Holy Spirit, not the Holy Spirit. In fact, those of us in the “lost,” even fundamentalists consume one of their own, love the spectacle. It also seems to me, at least, that Locke’s ex-wife practised the preaching by divorce.