A wicked Christian church service? Say what now?
When my eyes first opened to the evil operating in churches today, I kept asking the Lord to show me what the eye cannot see.
I wanted to learn more, because false prophets appear to be such people of God. How on earth can you tell them apart from the real thing?
Firstly, the Bible is full of warnings about false prophets, and the closer we get to the Lord, the more discernment we’ll have for wicked.
But for now, well, take a look at this video clip. And then check out below what is wrong with this particular church service.
Benny Hinn, false prophet, was invited to Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry. Bethel itself practices much evil, so it makes sense they would be in cahoots with another false prophet.
Here’s my analysis to help you learn what’s wrong here:
Firstly, what’s up with Benny Hinn’s “s’es”?! Sounds like hissing to me…
> This man keeps bringing attention to himself instead of to the Lord, even though he keeps “talking” to God and saying all the right things
> A lot of manipulation taking place, for example Benny Hinn gesturing to organ player to increase volume (the music is for effect)
> Use of emotionalism; music, tone of voice, gestures – this is all for effect, so it builds on people’s feelings
> Commanding them to join hands is not ok; nor is laying on of hands by just anyone, as you don’t know the spiritual state of the one laying hands on you and this can wreak havoc
> The organ playing in the background is all for effect; again, to increase the emotions of the people; it’s a show
> There is no point to Benny Hinn’s shouting to the Lord “touch them Lord”
> Benny Hinn pushing over all those people; it’s a violent action – why? He does it with no thought of their safety. This is not the Holy Spirit who is slaying them
> The whole thing is violent; the shaking of the “imparted” is not of the Holy Spirit
> Benny Hinn telling the students that, “God wants you to impart” to others is a lie
> Why put the people that have feinted on stage? Again, for effect
> Although Benny Hinn calls out to Jesus, he is filled with pride and self instead of being clothed in humility
What else can we deduct from this video clip?
- Benny Hinn is a false prophet.
- The spirit operating in this service is not the Holy Spirit.
- If Bethel invites a false prophet to speak at a service, they do not perceive Benny Hinn to be a false prophet, or they don’t care, or they themselves share the wicked that belongs to Benny Hinn and therefore cannot be trusted either.
Did you see something I missed?