WATCH BENNY HINN AND SOME OF AMERICA’S TOP FALSE PROPHETS JUST MAKE STUFF UP AND TELL YOU IT’S PROPHECY

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In this latest fraud perpetrated against the body of Christ, Benny Hinn is seen leading the charge into apostasy with his “revelation from God” that the deaths of Oral Roberts on December 15, 2009, and the coming death of Billy Graham will be the “twin signs” that ushers in the end times.

by Geoffrey GriderOctober 10, 2016

DON’T BE FOOLED BY THIS LAODICEAN FOOLISHNESS, IT’S ALL A SCAM TO GET YOU TO “SEND IN THOSE PRAYER CARDS” WITH CHECKS AND CASH ATTACHED.

“A wonderful and horrible thing is committed in the land; The prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests bear rule by their means; and my people love to have it so: and what will ye do in the end thereof?” Jeremiah 5:30,31 (KJV)

Benny Hinn and company look each other right in the eye, and with such conviction they began to spout off about the hidden “prophecies of the end times” that only they and their anointed bunch of thieves and fakers have access to. As one after another steps up to “prophesy”, they ooh-and-ahh over this latest “nugget from on high” as if God was giving them fresh revelation that the Bible knows nothing about.

In this latest fraud perpetrated against the body of Christ, Benny Hinn is seen leading the charge into apostasy with his “revelation from God” that the death of Oral Roberts on December 15, 2009, and the coming death of Billy Graham will be the “twin signs” that ushers in the end times.

Benny Hinn starts by passing the ball to one of his cohorts and exhorts him to “exercise his prophetic gift” where we hear something equally fantastical. This time we are told, after the deaths of Roberts and Graham, God will “release His hidden ones” to travel the globe working miracles and bamboozling the gullible.

Sadly, Christians all over the world who know nothing about Bible prophecy, lap this stuff up as if Jesus Himself had uttered it. But don’t be fooled by this Laodicean foolishness, it’s all a scam to get you to “send in those prayer cards” with checks and cash attached. Nothing said in the video is the truth and none of it lines up with the Bible.

Now you know, tell a friend.

 

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