Now would be an excellent time for the millionaire faith healers in the Charismatic Church to show the mighty power of God and ease the suffering of people suffering from the coronavirus
For the past ten years, we here at Now The End Begins have had a standing challenge to anyone in the Charismatic Church Movement, who have made themselves millionaires by pretending to be faith healers, to demonstrate their self-stated power heal the sick. Funny thing, though, not once has any of them taken us up on it. Hmm, I wonder why? 🤔 Could it be the ‘healing lines’ they put on in sports arenas are just smoke and mirrors to separate their bible illiterate followers from their hard-earned cash? Me thinks ’tis the case.
“And Peter, fastening his eyes upon him with John, said, Look on us. And he gave heed unto them, expecting to receive something of them. Then Peter said, Silver and gold have I none; but such as I have give I thee: In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth rise up and walk. And he took him by the right hand, and lifted him up: and immediately his feet and ankle bones received strength.” Acts 3:4-7 (KJB)
Today, we call on the mighty men of God in the Charismatic Church, men who have told us over and over and over that they are God’s vessels for miraculous healing, to step up and provide much-needed healing for people suffering from the coronavirus. Will you, Todd White? Will you, Benny Hinn? How about you, Kenneth Copeland or Todd Bentley? Of course, they will do no such thing, why? Because they can’t, those massive healing lines are for one purpose only. To heal the preacher’s bank accounts. Of course, feel free to prove me wrong, faith healers, go visit the people with the coronavirus, and be like Peter and heal them on the spot. That’s what the real apostles could do.
Why Aren’t Charismatic Faith Healers Like Francis Chan, Todd White, and Todd Bentley in China Fighting the Coronavirus?
FROM REFORMATION CHARLOTTE: Todd White, Todd Bentley, and now, interestingly but unsurprisingly, Francis Chan have told countless stories about how they’ve healed sick people, cured chronic and mortal diseases, and even raised people from the dead. Interestingly, however, there has never once been any unassailable proof of their claims.
Francis Chan — who recently departed the faith to join the faith-healer charismatic cult — recently told a story of how he healed countless people in Myanmar. “Every person I touched was healed. I have never experienced this in 52 years,” he told his audience at Moody Bible Institute. But what he didn’t tell them is that nobody saw it, nobody can attest to it, nobody can vouch for it, and, of course, there was no video or medical documentation of it. That is typical.
But what a better way to prove to the world that you’re not just another charismatic crazy quack with false testimonies of faux-healings than to go to China and start healing people of the worst pandemic of a deadly viral disease the world has seen in this generation? Why are they silent? Why aren’t they there, in China, healing people and ending this outbreak of coronavirus?
“Woe unto them! for they have gone in the way of Cain, and ran greedily after the error of Balaam for reward, and perished in the gainsaying of Core. These are spots in your feasts of charity, when they feast with you, feeding themselves without fear: clouds they are without water, carried about of winds; trees whose fruit withereth, without fruit, twice dead, plucked up by the roots; Raging waves of the sea, foaming out their own shame; wandering stars, to whom is reserved the blackness of darkness for ever.” Jude 1:11-13 (KJB)
When Jesus healed people, the world saw it. The people witnessed it. And the Scriptures attest to it. Jesus didn’t heal people for the simple purpose of just those he healed knowing about it. Jesus healed people to prove to the world who he was. Further, he gave the Apostles and certain others the power to perform miracles not simply for the purpose of lessening suffering in the world but to establish the authority of God’s Word of which they spoke and wrote. These miracles were rarely performed in obscure places but were done in the presence of the world to witness.
Today, those who claim the power to heal people, cure people of sickness, and even raise people from the dead interestingly only do it places of obscurity without any form of documentation or evidence. This is why it’s prevalent in third-world countries — like Myanmar. Because people like Francis Chan can come back and say “every person I touched was healed” without worrying about tribal people without any form of technology being able to out him. READ MORE
Charismatic Phony Benny Hinn Exposed
Watch as Charismatic phony Benny Hinn conducts a healing crusade. A mere 30 seconds of watching it will show you why no Charismatic will ever take the NTEB Faith Healing Challenge.
Rod Parsley Can Heal Anyone, Just Ask Him!
This was Rod Parsley before he was diagnosed with throat cancer, man oh Man, the miracle healing power was just flowing through him, right? Wrong. Not long after this, Charismatic faith healer Parsley was diagnosed with cancer, where did he go for his healing? He went to the doctor and got chemo, that’s where.
Gloria Copeland Can Control The Weather
Francis Chan Heals Everyone He Touches
Pope John Paul II along with Billy Graham in the 20th Century established a doctrine of inclusivism which is a type of Universalism meaning that anyone who appears to be a “good person” is saved. Notice how Chan points out that everyone he touches got healed and how none of them believed in Christ. He knows exactly what he is doing.
This Man Is Considered The Father Of The Word Faith Movement
Nearly any Charismatic will tell you that Pastor Kenneth Hagin was a “good preacher”, and that the “anointing” was upon him and his ministry. He is considered by many to be a father of the “Word of Faith” and “Positive Confession” movements, otherwise known as “name it and claim it.” Bible believers, on the other hand, contend that he was a demon-possessed charismaniac preaching a false gospel and fleecing his flock. Kenneth Hagin died on September 19, 2003. But in this video we also see the man who “took his mantle” and is a very much alive self-proclaimed billionaire today, Kenneth Copeland.
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