Benny Hinn: “Don’t Go To The Sea, Seaside States Are Full Of Atheists”

 

<span class=”fact”>”Controversial televangelist Benny Hinn has claimed in a message that the “greatest wealth transfer in human history” is approaching, which he says is backed by both financial headlines and Bible passages. Hinn asked people to sow money into his ministry as he prepares for a new world tour. “It is estimated by many leading financial analysts that during the next three decades more than $16 trillion will transfer from one generation to the next,” Hinn said on his website.</span>

<span class=”fact”>”“As I’ve been sharing with you in recent months, the Word of God clearly tells us that we are coming into a time when we will see a glorious transfer of wealth for the preaching of the Gospel and for the financing of the end-time harvest,” he continued. He then quoted a number of passages in the Bible which he said talked about a great transfer of wealth, including Abraham (Genesis 12:10), Isaac (Genesis 26:1), Jacob (Genesis 31), Joseph (Genesis 41), Israel (Exodus 3:19-22), and Solomon (1 Kings 10:23).</span>

He stated: “However, just like God asked people for an offering before each historic blessing, he also, in His infinite wisdom, saw fit to advise and tell the people what not to do and what they must avoid at all cost. In these troubling times, I am happy to say I’ve been blessed and touched by the hand of the Lord God. He has spoken to me.”

When Newslo contacted Hinn for a comment on the statements on his website, he said: “He told me that the people of America have done many wrongs. Sins are ample in this nation, and He is not blind for them. But, He will forgive, for His mercy is infinite.”

He continued: “However, he also told me to tell you, all of you, to stop going to the seaside. Like, completely. He has also seen that the numbers of atheists have constantly been on the rise in recent decades, and nowhere have these numbers been greater in America than in the seaside states, especially California and Florida, but also all others.”

Hinn also told Newslo: “It would seem that salty water has a bad influence on people’s beliefs. So, if you really want to be a part of the wealth transfer I spoke about, stay out of seaside states. Trust me – your grandchildren will appreciate it.”

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