Jesus had warned in Matthew 7:13-14 saying, "Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat: Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it." It sounds bigoted but the Bible said it. The whole ugly reality of life is that more people enter into the wide gate and that more people enter into destruction. Only a few people ever enter into the right way because most people love the wrong way. It's no wonder this world is in chaos now because most people choose the wrong path by following the majority instead of seeking for what's right. It's really no secret to why the world is in chaos. How many evil men continue to flourish because the world hypocritically continues to praise them for their wickedness while condemning Christians who have fallen even once to a lifetime of mockery? David was still remembered as that adulterous swine after his affair with Bathsheba yet wicked Ahab was still honored as a hero by the Northern Kingdom.
The Vatican boasts about having the biggest number of members. Many Roman Catholics go ahead and brag that they have billions of followers therefore they are the true church that Jesus founded on the Rock. Some of them may claim that the Pope succeeded Peter because of his popularity. But did Peter really get popular after his sermon in Acts 2? Peter went to jail many times even when he didn't even deserve it. The apostles never lived the glamorous lives of the priests in the Vatican or the prosperity popcorn preachers like Joel Osteen, Creflo Dollar, Benny Hinn, Mike Murdock and Peter Popoff to name a few. Easy Baptist churches get more members than Baptist churches that are committed as Charles H. Spurgeon, John Gill and Jonathan Edwards. Jesus Himself was condemned by the majority and Barabbas was set freed by the majority who wanted a criminal. If Jesus was condemned by the majority then His followers can only expect to be condemned by the majority. If Jesus wasn't popular then His followers can only expect not to be popular. Christians may enjoy a few moments of fame for the good works they do are soon suffer persecution for preaching the truth.
While it can't be denied that some megachurches are indeed preaching the truth but compare their sizes of those megachurches that don't preach the truth. Some smaller churches may have ended up becoming megachurches in spite of the fact they don't do what the world does. What if you just had a group of sick and tired people who realized that the megachurches they're in were lying to them and they found the truth in the smaller churches? Megachurches that don't preach the truth beat those that do. But it doesn't change the fact that the truth remains the same regardless how many people believe it. Facts will always be facts and they can't be changed just because only a few or even none believe it. It's not bigotry to teach the facts as it is to a majority who just refuses to believe it.