Here are some updates to the book, articles and videos that are on the same subjects discussed in the book; such as more preachers who have died early, or info on the danger of extreme wealth.
One preacher that did not make it into the book was Jill Austin who spread a lot of stuff that made some people call her a false prophet. She died in Jan. 2009, at age 60.
Here is an article about her death in the Dallas News:
Jill Austin was a Christian evangelist well known in some circles who died a few days ago. I was struck by the juxtaposition of a couple of paragraphs in a short obit. Here’s how she died:
Austin entered emergency surgery last Tuesday after doctors found that her intestines were twisted and cutting off her blood supply. Parts of her stomach, intestines and colon were removed because of infection.
“Our beloved Jill went home to be with Jesus,” a statement released by Master Potter Ministries read. “Thank you all for standing with us and praying. She is now with her best friend, Holy Spirit, and dancing with her destiny.”
People of less faith might be asking why her best friend let her intestines tie up in a knot. … (Mystery of faith in the midst of suffering: Death of Jill Austin, by Jeffrey Weiss/Reporter. http://religionblog.dallasnews.com/2009/01/mystery-of-faith-in-the-midst.html/
I don’t think it was a coincidence that her guts were twisted up, because her teaching was twisted, such as third heaven visitations.