Benny Hinn Regrets Allowing False Prophets Attend His Crusades: "I Wasn't Wise Enough"

Benny Hinn Regrets Allowing False Prophets Attend His Crusades: "I Wasn't Wise Enough"

  • Benny Hinn regrets allowing false prophets to attend his crusades, which harmed people's lives and his reputation
  • The renowned preacher admitted to giving prophecies he thought were from God but later realised were not accurate.
  • The televangelist asked for forgiveness, emphasising that he is only human and prone to mistakes

Israel-American televangelist has reflected on his regrets concerning his spiritual leadership.

Televangelist Benny Hinn confesses regrets over false prophets and inaccurate prophecies.
American preacher seeks forgiveness for past mistakes in prophecies and ministry decisions. Photo: Benny Hinn.
Source: UGC

In an interview with The Strang Report, the clergy, who was hosted by Chris Oyakhilome expressed remorse for permitting individuals who made unfounded prophetic claims to participate in his gatherings.

"We all make mistakes. The two things I regret most in ministry are that I was not too wise a number of times with prophecy. I had guests come to crusades who I think brought harm to not only people's lives but also my reputation because their prophecies were not really prophecies.

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They went outside the boundaries of redemption. Anything that's outside of redemption is not prophecy. We should not allow that. I allowed it, and then I stopped. But that was years ago when I stopped," he said.

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Benny Hinn apologises for false prophecies

Benny Hinn, who prayed for Kenyan president's daughter also lamented over instances where he delivered prophecies that later turned out to be unfounded.

"There were there when I thought God had shown me and I spoke it out. Sadly, I wish I could go back and face it. There were some prophecies that were not accurate or from the Lord. For that I ask people to forgive me. I am just human," he added.


Benny Hinn says he is done preaching about prosperity had reported that Benny Hinn had said that he was no longer going to preach about prosperity.

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According to him, preaching about prosperity was a gimmick adopted by most Christian religious leaders. He noted that a lot of Christian leaders were using it to squeeze money from the members of their congregation.

The television evangelist noted that it was an offense to the Holy Spirit to place a price on the gospel. He declared an end to such messages from him.


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