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False Prophet Benny Hinn Get's Visit From The US Postal Service and the IRS

 While so-called evangelist, Benny Hinn, is in Paris, France, the US Postal Service and the IRS raided his Grapevine offices and were seen carrying out boxes of confiscated materials.  That usually means mail fraud and tax evasion. 

Many years ago I attended a couple of his meetings and witnessed first hand total fakery in his alleged healings and slaying people in the Spirit. I was at one of his Dallas meetings in which about 20,000 people were in attendance. He would take off his coat and swing it over the audience and the gullible spiritually ignorant people would start falling all over the place. I kept standing while people all around me fell backwards into their seats. I recognized his demonic techniques to mesmerize the people.  Many claims of healing later turned out to be false. It was even alleged that he placed people in the audience in order to do false healings. 

The man is all about money and is using the spiritual gifts in an evil manner to deceive people that he is some extraordinary super-spiritual healing prophet with the power to slay people in the Spirit. 

I knew a man who was a body guard for Hinn and on one occasion when the attendance to his meeting was low, he chewed out the staff and told them he didn't have time to mess with a few hundred people - he wanted the big crowds - the more people the more money he took in. 

Hinn is as plastic as the day is long and there is a Scripture in the New Testament that addresses Him and all false prophets:

Matthew 7:21-23 

21 “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. 22 Many will say to me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name and in your name drive out demons and in your name perform many miracles?’ 23 Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you. Away from me, you evildoers!’

In 1994 appearing on TBN, Hinn said the dead would be raised just watching TBN and he exhorted the viewers to lift the dead bodies of their loved ones up close to the TV and thousands would be raised from the dead. He claimed the same anointing that was upon him would radiate through TBN to raise the dead. Of course it never happened. 

I remember watching him on TV as well as attending a few of his meetings and the people he brought up on the stage to talk about their healings were always past tense and never in his presence. Then after they told of their healings he would strike them on the head and they would fall backwards.  I always wondered why he felt the need to do that since they were already supposedly healed. It was nothing but a display of carnal puffed-up flesh to make him appear to be a super-prophet. 

Notice, what Jesus said to these false prophets - "I never knew you. Away from me, you evildoers".

I cannot believe after all these years people are still being fooled by this man in his white guru looking outfit. 

These same people will fall for the Antichrist when he comes on the scene for he will be empowered by the devil himself. Hinn has demons no doubt that are controlling him.  If you look carefully at his beady eyes, you can detect the demonic powers behind his cultist personality. 

Maybe this time the authorities can find enough evidence to put him behind bars when he needs to be. 

Here is a video of Hinn's false prophecies.