Benny Hinn

A number of tragic emails are below:



Sometime during 2003 I received an email from a Nigerian

Pastor, asking for prayer. He was at a loss as to what to

tell his flock who were “exhorted” (that should be extorted)

by a travelling American evangelist to give money to God

(to him of course) and that God would return the amount

100 fold. Of course all the flock were in that poor and needy

bracket and they gave believing that God would meet their

financial needs. Sick!


So the Evangelist departs with all the money and the poor

Pastor is left to explain to God’s people why God has not

honoured their giving.  They gave their food money and rent

money believing God would replace it – the result was

hungry, homeless people, more misery created by man in

God’s name. My only advice was never never never never

allow these guys anywhere near your people and to teach

that our giving should not be to create a debt with God.

-Jeff Leigh.



I have a relative who was in dire financial need to help pay

for a utility bill that was going to be shut off. She contacted

TBN founders seeking for a small donation to help pay her

utility bill, they told her that they do not help in this way.

They would pray that she can get the financial help she

needs She had sent in hundreds of dollars over the years

to support this TBN Station, but when it was time for her to

get help which was less than $100.00 she needed, after

this she has not sent anymore money to fund them.


She had sent hundreds of dollars to these preachers on

TBN who preach ‘If you send this amount of money to them,

depending on the amount of money they sent they would

be blessed some 30, 60 or 100 fold. She sent money

because she wanted to be blessed with money in return

not to submit to the Lord in the spirit of love, and humility.

She just wanted to get money back. And this is happening

in the lives of so many saints of God.


-Sister Cotia.



I want to say in response to this that my husband and I fell

for this message…hook, line and sinker.  We are now in

such a financial mess only God can rescue us!  We once

gave $1000.00 for a TV minister’s airplane that we really

needed for our own bills.  We were told by him how

anointed he was and that we were guranteed the help we

need if we help buy his airplane for ministry.  Well, needless

to say no help came.  We have had more financial problems

in the past four years because of our blindness… our

willingness to accept this as the truth.  God woke us up a

year ago after falling on our faces and repenting.  We are

still in a huge struggle and hope to not go bankrupt. We

have credit card debt that is insurmountable.


We are told by these men if it isn’t working we are the ones

at fault…we aren’t giving enough…or we have sin in our lives….

“our cloud is not full enough” so we need to give more so

that “once it is filled up it will rain”.


The Lord has kept us from drowning and like I said before

our only hope is in Him. God help us and save us from this

mess we ourselves have created.





There are a couple more ‘gimmicks’ that TV preachers are

using currently to get money out of their audiences. Usually

you will see one start using a technique and then soon

enough many others are getting on the ‘bandwagon’.


When the Christian TV stations have ‘telethons” they will

have guest preachers come on to help stir up the people to

give. One such man of long Christian standing spoke of how

much he had given God the previous year. On TV he went

on to say how he was glad that he gave that much since

his wife had gotten cancer that year and they had already

‘sown’ into the Kingdom of God (talking about money).

Evidently God healed his wife ‘because they had given

MONEY’….He was VERY clear what he meant…If you have

a physical need such as healing, give money and God will

heal you….SICK! Where does Jesus say this? He gave

command to the disciples: FREELY YOU HAVE RECEIVED,



-Karen B.



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(Publishers Note: In light of these testimonies above it behooves us to read again the words of Moses as he warned Israel of false prophets long ago at: Deu 13:1-18  If there arise among you a prophet, or a dreamer of dreams, and giveth thee a sign or a wonder,

2  And the sign or the wonder come to pass, whereof he spake unto thee, saying, Let us go after other gods, which thou hast not known, and let us serve them;

3  Thou shalt not hearken unto the words of that prophet, or that dreamer of dreams: for the LORD your God proveth you, to know whether ye love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul.

4  Ye shall walk after the LORD your God, and fear him, and keep his commandments, and obey his voice, and ye shall serve him, and cleave unto him.)




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