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Benny Hinn Confesses He’s Been Preaching a False Gospel, “I’m Correcting My Theology”

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A while back, Reformation Charlotte reported that Joyce Meyer, the notorious false prophetess who preaches a prosperity gospel had admitted that she’d been preaching a false gospel for a long time.

In a shocking a video, Benny Hinn admitted that he’s been preaching a false prosperity gospel, that giving money and sowing seeds is a false gospel and an affront to the gospel, and that he wouldn’t be doing it any longer.

His nephew, Costi Hinn, came out against him a while back and started teaching against the false teachings of his uncle, Benny. Benny now says that the false gospel he’s been preaching makes him “sick to his stomach,” and that he’s “done with it.”

“The Gospel is not for sale, the blessings of God are not for sale, miracles are not for sale, and prosperity is not for sale.”

Does he actually mean this? We will see. But if he does, it’s time for him to step down and sit under the preaching of the true gospel.

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The following update is from Costi Hinn, Nephew of Benny Hinn.

         

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Adam

on this i agree. i always thought if you want to increase your income take a course or a mentor pay them to teach you a certain skill either in investing or business and ask God to bless you and guide you in that journey. buying blessings is not a theology i agreed with. God's blessings and gifts are free and in return we bless others.

Eli

In the earliest book of the apostles is the Didicahe, teaching of the twelve. It says, "Any prophet who says in the spirit, Give me money" is false. PERIOD.


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