Jesus Wants You To Read This… And Prosper!
Apparently, Benny Hinn is a little tight on funds and needs your help.
In a message on his website, Hinn said his ministry accumulated the $2 million deficit in the last few months because of the poor economy, which translated to fewer offerings in some of his crusades in different parts of the world.
There’s two points I want to make here.
First, this debt is being accumulated by a ministry that promises supernatural debt cancellation.
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Am I the only one who finds it slightly ironic that a pastor who claims to have the magic ability to make your visa bill suddenly turn up zeros is himself in debt? Apparently the magic of debt cancellation does not work so well in a recession.
Second, Benny Hinn does not believe for one second what he is selling. If Benny did believe his own magic formula that he tries to shill to the sheeple he would take a large sum of his remaining funds and “seed” them into God’s kingdom. He would do this publicly and intentionally. But as we know, and the reason he is being investigated by the government, the only thing Benny knows how to seed in is his mansion, jet, and cars.
Hinn’s con should be identified for what it is: a ponzi scheme. He knows the only person that will “prosper” in this scheme is him. That’s why he’s asking people to send him money so he can afford to go on TV and keep asking people to send him money, and not applying his financial alchemy that the uniformed to readily accept. Benny has no magic. He has no access to magic. If you need more money go to an accountant.
True story: I received a call yesterday from my Uncle who relayed a conversation with a businessman in his church. This gentlemean’s business is going $20, 000 in debt a month. During their conversation he exasperatedly stated, “I watch Kenneth Copeland and Joyce Meyers ever morning, and I do exactly what they say, and yet I’m still going broke. I don’t understand it.” I understand it perfectly: Kenneth, Joyce, and Benny do not have magic powers. They do not understand metaphysical spiritual principals on any level, and certainly not on any biblical level. They are rich because they are phenomenally good con men and women that know how to trick people and play off of their greed.
So Mr. going broke businessman, might I make a suggestion?
STOP SENDING THEM MONEY!!!!!!!!!
The only person in this scam who will get rich is them. You’ll just get poor.
HT frcraig on the Hinn story.