Tuesday, December 16, 2014

He Must Have Learned It From Benny Hinn



Chris Oyakhilome is a false pastor in Nigeria who has caused controversy pushing "faith healing" for Aids. It is sad to see so many fooled by that spectacle.


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12 comments:

Anonymous said...

And notice the "priest" at the bottom. Is he catholic or just trying to dress like one?

Benny Hinn is a catholic man anyway, he as much as admitted it. A fake just like the catholic "leadership" is fake.

sherry said...

Hi Bible believer,
I think that there are a lot of demonic spirits in the church today. This looks like witchcraft. I was witnessing to someone recently, and stated that I am unaware of one church in the U.S. that is not in apostasy. From my research, almost every church is a government run 501c3 church, and primed and ready to worship the antichrist. The few churches that I found that were not 501c3 were in some other serious deception. I don't think that Jesus is in organized religion, but I think that he can and may still wake some people up, and call them out. There are also huge megachurches around the world….ready to worship the antichrist. But I wonder if all these churches are going to worship the antichrist, then who will be going to the fema camps? There are so many fema camps and they are around the world as well. I just don't see that many 'true' Christians'....just (few) scattered around the world. What is your take on this? Thanks for your imput. Blessings, Sherry

Anonymous said...

Want to see a real miracle, watch this; www.youtube.com/watch?v=tVG1x-rh6FE - Don

Anonymous said...

Hi BB- I'm sorry for the off topic comment but I was wondering if you could summarize the beliefs of the UU as you experienced when you were in it. A friend of mine just announced that she was UU and I wanted to get the inside track of their beliefs from someone with firsthand experience.

Douglas Andrew Willinger said...

Satanic witchcraft?

Shelly said...

Once upon a time, I had attended a Benny Hinn deal. Yup. He smacked his palm on my forehead, and pushed and shook and pushed and shook me until I dropped to the floor.

It was definitely not the power of God that I was looking for. I went away knowing that he was an absolute fraud.

Hugs and chocolate,
Shelly

Victoria Di Agnello said...

Hi Sherry!

You nailed it, I have been researching and discovered the exact same things as you. They are priming them for that. The fema camps are for the real Christians, the ones who don't deny Christ, who don't take the mark, who don't worship the beast/antichrist, and who don't 'go along with their program'. Most in the churches will. Many are not saved and others may still wake up. Some may deny Jesus and lose their salvation. I'm not sold out on 'eternal security' but either way there will be plenty falling for it. That is the purpose of today's state of apostasy. When the day of persecution comes knocking on the door, some will turn away. That is how Jesus will separate the wheat from the chaff. A remnant will remain loyal unto death, but most won't.
The pre trib myth is part of the deception set up as they won't see the antichrist for who he is.

Blessings to you!

By the way BB, what are your thoughts on this? I will check back later this time to see...
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Anonymous said...

Nice point, Shelly. I was in the NAR movement for years and if you believe these men have power and expect to "feel" something then you will convince yourself you did. It really is about suggestion and priming the atmosphere beforehand with music and such.

As for Fema camps I have researched that and I have found no evidence they even exist but that fraud Alex Jones sure does like to tell you they do.

Bible Believer said...

Yes I notice the priest, of course Hinn has worn a collar too. I consider him a wannabe Catholic as well, just a fellow member of the harlot.

This could be witchcraft or even just cold calling, group dynamics, where they all bend to his will and fall over, at the power of suggestion.

I agree there are fewer true Christians out there Shelly.

Summarization of UU beliefs, I kind of shared those here and on here...

http://galatiansfour.blogspot.com/2010/11/emergents-remind-me-of-unitarian.html

http://galatiansfour.blogspot.com/2012/01/satans-church-unitarian-universalist.html

So Shelly Benny Hinn basically pushed you over. I'm not surprised and glad you discovered he was a fraud!

Victoria I agree about NAR and the set up of Pre-Trib.

I do believe Fema camps do exist, however they could be centers under different names now.

Anonymous said...

Thank-you Shelly for sharing your experience here and speaking the truth in love.

When Benny Hinn visits our area, buses are filled with mostly women, going to attend his latest and greatest "revival healing conference." These women, most of them meddling busy bodies with their own homes in such chaos, truly believe they are "witnessing on behalf of God, the Holy Spirit" in puffing up Hinn and his conferences and trying to convince the listener to go.....then they can go around and brag and boast about themselves in "how great a witness they are for the lord (the lord of themselves) and how they were able to convince this person or that person to go. For example, I have heard one of these prideful women say, "I got 8 people to go and I hope they will be "touched" by god (not the God of our Bible."

The whole fa├žade reeks of "selfism" and "worldliness" and is a disgusting display of idol worship. Like Shelly, I too, had the opportunity to attend a smaller conference, with a lesser known Benny Hinn like charlatan at a local Assembly of God church. This divorced man, yes, he was divorced from his first wife (big red flag that didn't register with me at that particular time), proceeded to call down the holy spirit at just the right time in "giving special words from the lord to people." He performed just like the local psychic does down the street in making predictions over the gullible people's lives.....and the power this man had in "making that extra special connection with the holy spirit at exactly 8:30 in the evening!" He evidently had this magical formula in manipulating and controlling our Glorious God!

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Anonymous said...

This wolf in sheep's clothing called all of us to come up to the front so he could "lay hands on us." And like dumb sheep, most of us pew sitters went up to the front with only a few left sitting in the benches. I have no doubt they felt that tug to conform to the rest of us, for to remain sitting there was courageous on their part...I should have been one of them, but was too gullible and taken in by these NAR women that had a heavy hand of influence on my life at that time. As I stood in the front of this AOG church, a woman came over to me with a clenched fist, gently placing it between my eyes (I now know that this is the area that is called the "third eye" in Hinduism), and immediately, like a bolt of lighting I fell down on that wooden floor.....and no, those man ordained "catchers" didn't make it over to me in time, so I fell hard.

Now, my husband on the other hand, didn't receive that extra special "anointing" and the preacher himself had to come over to try to impart that "gift" into him. Like Shelly's experience, this con man had to push, and push, and push some more, speaking jabbering and jibberish language-it called a special "prayer language" by the NAR types, trying in vain to get him to fall under the spirit. My husband finally became sick and tired of the whole charade, that he faked it and fell down to the man would just leave him alone.
Unbelievable!

Now me, on the other hand, actually believed that I had received some special power and anointing from God, the Holy Spirit. Mind you, I was being brainwashed and groomed by some very strong, convincing and well versed women here, actually followers of Mike Bickle, Benny Hinn, Larry Huck, Paula White, Todd Bentley, Kenneth Copeland, Oral Roberts, Pat Robertson, Joyce Meyer, Joel Osteen, and Charisma Magazine, for they pushed their books, dvd's, cd's, websites, conferences, in addition to hearing about their teachings during every day grocery store conversations. (I had to literally listen to a Paula White CD at the place of my employment for my boss was "witnessing to me" via White during working hours. This was so incredibly inappropriate in the public workplace and soon their "religion" really turned me off!)

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Anonymous said...

There is one observation that I have made concerning the women who believed they were witnessing to me and that is this.....

They speak of this big name preacher and that big name teacher like they are gods, they speak of all of these signs and wonders they are performing, and they speak of how great and wonderfully spiritual they themselves are,

BUT......

They never speak of Jesus and the teachings they are learning directly from HIS WORD. And it took me several years to learn this, for the instinct of my gut told me "there is something NOT QUITE RIGHT HERE" with these people....and it was the absence of JESUS in their lives. There is a spirit alright, a real, devilish spirit working at these prescribed meetings, and it is not God, the Holy Spirit.

My husband and I ended up having hurtful disagreements over our experiences following that church meeting. For once I fell onto the floor, I began to laugh hysterically until tears were flowing from my eyes. It was a hard laughter and I tried to stop it on my own, but I could not. I saw colorful lights swirling around over my head, through the tears, and my abdomen began to ache in pain from the laughing. And I tried to get up because I was hurting and wanted to just go back and sit down in the pew to rest, however....

I could not get up on my own, there was a strong presence or force pinning me to that floor. A few minutes after trying on my own, I felt it release me, so I could get up and find rest. When I shared what had happened with my NAR friends, they were literally excited for me and said that I had had "a drunk in the spirit" experience. That was the first time I had ever heard of this terminology. And they held me in higher regard for now I was more mature "spiritually", another words, they were feeding my ego with flattery.

I believed what happened to me was of God, the Holy Spirit, and coming from a church where the people say this constantly and still do...."God spoke to me this, or God spoke to me that, God is always speaking to me".....it was a natural progression into a spirit world I had not known before. I was captivated by all of it and it caused marital problems between my husband and I because he was not hood winked into this "move of the spirit" like I was.

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