Benny Hinn rebukes prosperity preachers- It’s an offense to the Holy Spirit to put a price on the Gospel’

 

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TV preacher Benny Hinn says he’s changing his religious philosophy. Benny Hinn made the declaration on Monday in a live stream on his service’s web based life page.

“I’m sorry to say that prosperity has gone a little crazy, and I’m correcting my own theology, and you all need to know it. Because when I read the Bible now I don’t see the Bible in the same eyes I saw the Bible 20 years ago.”

Hinn says that he has numerous companions in service who won’t concur with his turn around, yet that he never again accepts the message he used to lecture with regards to monetary success.

“I think it’s an offence to the Lord, it’s an offence to say give $1,000. I think it’s an offence to the Holy Spirit to place a price on the Gospel. I’m done with it. I will never again ask you to give $1,000 or whatever amount because I think the Holy Ghost is just fed up with it … I think it hurts the Gospel.”

The message begins at 1 hour and 21 minutes into the program.

Hinn claims that his perspectives have been changing for quite a while however that he had stressed over approaching with them. “I think giving has turned out to be such a contrivance it’s creation me wiped out to my stomach. Furthermore, I’ve been wiped out for some time as well, I just couldn’t state it. Presently, the cover is off. I believe it’s time we state it as is it: the Gospel isn’t available to be purchased; the favors of God are not available to be purchased; supernatural occurrences are not available to be purchased; flourishing isn’t available to be purchased.”

Hinn’s very own nephew, Costi W. Hinn, has been a candid pundit of his before. Costi discharged a book not long ago called God, Greed, and the (Prosperity) Gospel, in which he puts a large number of the success Gospel’s cases to the test against Scripture.

With respect to his uncle’s declaration this week Costi indicated wary confidence. “I’m urged to see him express a nullification of flourishing religious philosophy, and even confess to wrong lessons on that point,” Costi says. “Presently, appeal to God for unquestionable, enduring organic product that embodies real atonement. Truth and time go connected at the hip (Psalm 51:17; Luke 19:1-10; Luke 3:8).‬”

The message begins at 1 hour and 21 minutes into the program.

Hinn claims that his views have been changing for some time but that he had worried about coming forward with them. “I think giving has become such a gimmick it’s making me sick to my stomach. And I’ve been sick for a while too, I just couldn’t say it. Now, the lid is off. I think it’s time we say it like it is: the Gospel is not for sale; the blessings of God are not for sale; miracles are not for sale; prosperity is not for sale.”

Hinn’s own nephew, Costi W. Hinn, has been an outspoken critic of his in the past. Costi released a book earlier this year called God, Greed, and the (Prosperity) Gospel, in which he puts many of the prosperity Gospel’s claims to the test against Scripture.

In regards to his uncle’s announcement this week Costi showed cautious optimism. “I’m encouraged to see him express a refutation of prosperity theology, and even admit to wrong teachings on that topic,” Costi says. “Now, pray for undeniable, lasting fruit that exemplifies genuine repentance. Truth & time go hand in hand (Psalm 51:17; Luke 19:1-10; Luke 3:8).‬”

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