Benny Hinn admits preaching prosperity outside what the bible teaches (Video)


Following the death of renowned evangelist Billy Graham who died on Feb 21 at the age of 99, popular televangelist Benny Hinn, who in times past has faced several backlash over his endorsement of the prosperity gospel, admitted taking prosperity preaching outside what the Bible teaches.

According to Benny Hinn in a Facebook live video while reflecting on the life of Billy Graham, he no longer flies private jets as he dispelled rumors that he is worth $40 million.

“We get attacked for preaching prosperity, well it’s in the Bible, but I think some have gone to the extreme with it sadly, and it’s not God’s word what is taught and I think I’m as guilty as others. Sometimes you go a little farther than you really need to go and then God brings you back to normality and reality.”.

When I was younger I was influenced by the preachers who taught whatever they taught. But as I’ve lived longer, I’m thinking, ‘Wait a minute, you know this doesn’t fit totally with the Bible and it doesn’t fit with the reality.’ So what is prosperity? No lack. I’ve said this before.”

Did Elijah the prophet have a car? No. Did not even have a bicycle. He had no lack … Did Jesus drive a car or live in a mansion? No. He had no lack. How about the apostles? None lacked among them. Today, the idea is abundance and palatial homes and cars and bank accounts. The focus is wrong … It’s so wrong.”

“We all sadly make the mistake of thinking that, ‘Well this is what God wants,’ and God says ‘No, that’s not what I want.’ It’s time to live biblically. You know it all comes down to one thing. Do we love Jesus, yes or no? If we love Jesus then it’s all about Jesus. If we don’t love Jesus then it’s about other things.”
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