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Benny Hinn’s Regrets: ‘I’m a Human Being. I’ve Made Mistakes’

In an exclusive interview with Stephen Strang, Benny Hinn addressed his two major regrets in regard to prosperity gospel and prophecy.

“I’m a human being. I’ve made mistakes,” Hinn says.

When it comes to ministry, Hinn says his first regret is about mishearing God when giving others prophetic words.

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God Hasn’t Shut Off His Pentecost Power

I was raised a Southern Baptist, but at age 18 I had a Pentecostal experience while still a Baptist. People jokingly refer to me now as a “Bapticostal” because they consider this a strange combination of doctrines. That’s because many Baptists are cessationists who believe the gifts of the Holy Spirit ceased operating after the New Testament apostles died.

As a teenager I didn’t see any inconsistency in being both Baptist and Pentecostal. Baptist pastors always told me, “If it’s in the Bible, you should believe it.” I valued God’s Word, and it taught me about the Holy Spirit and His gifts. I wanted everything God promised in His Word!

When I learned that I could be baptized in the Holy Spirit and experience the gifts of the Spirit mentioned in 1 Corinthians 12, that’s what I wanted. Since that day I’ve regularly experienced the Spirit’s gifts in my life, resulting in many changed lives. My Pentecostal experience eventually propelled me into itinerant ministry, and I’ve now preached in 39 countries because of the miraculous empowerment I received in 1976. 

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9-Year-Old Hero Sprints More Than a Mile Through Deadly Tornado to Save Parents

A 9-year-old is being hailed a hero after he sprinted over a mile in the middle of a deadly tornado to rescue his parents.

Branson Baker was with his mom and dad April 27, when a brutal tornado—one of 15 to hit Oklahoma that day—swept through the state.

The family was driving in their truck in an attempt to reach their friend’s storm shelter when the unthinkable happened, People reported.

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