Benny Hinn offers Necklace for seed faith money for only 2,500!

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Go here to say one of the latest thing Benny Hinn is promoting to his followers:

http://www.bennyhinn.org/shopping/product_detail.cfm?itemid=618

The Passion Medallion Necklace

Price: $2,500.00

From the new Benny Hinn Signature Line of Inspired Jewelry—the 14K medallion carries this promise of Scripture: “But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed” (Isaiah 53:5). Wear The Passion Medallion Necklace as a reminder of Jesus Christ’s sacrifice on the cross.

RedeemedHippie>>>[What did JESUS say to do in rememberance of Him? It was to take of the bread and the wine. No where did Jesus tell us to wear anything. Especially a $2,500 necklace.]

The Passion Medallion Necklace is designed by Pastor Benny Hinn and exquisitely crafted to reflect what each partner and ministry friend means to him and to this ministry!

RedeemedHippie>>>[Isn’t this a little backwards? IF it were to reflect what each partner and ministry friend means to him, then wouldn’t he be giving them away?!]

This one-of-a-kind piece was exclusively crafted by one of America’s most prestigious jewelers, Leon’s on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. The circular medallion is approximately 1 ounce of gold and is a durable, beautiful witness to all.

Price: $2,500.00

RedeemedHippie>>>[And if that one don’t float your boat, there is the Diamond Edition Passion Medallion Necklace for a mere $5,000. I guess if you buy that one you really mean a lot to Hinn.]

From the new Benny Hinn Signature Line of Inspired Jewelry—the 14K medallion carries this promise of Scripture: “But he was wounded for our transgressions, he was bruised for our iniquities: the chastisement of our peace was upon him; and with his stripes we are healed” (Isaiah 53:5). Wear The Passion Medallion Necklace as a reminder of Jesus Christ’s sacrifice on the cross. The Passion Medallion Necklace is designed by Pastor Benny Hinn and exquisitely crafted to reflect what each partner and ministry friend means to him and to this ministry! This one-of-a-kind piece was exclusively crafted by one of America’s most prestigious jewelers, Leon’s on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills. The circular medallion is approximately one ounce of gold and is a durable, beautiful witness to all. Plant your seed of $5,000 and request the Diamond Edition Passion Medallion Necklace, crafted from 14K gold and encircled with beautiful diamonds!

RedeemedHippie>>>[There you have it. A typical example of fleecing the flock. Hinn must be feeling the economic crunch a little bit, eh? But he sure doesn’t mind seeing you feel it now does he? I wonder just how many people will get in debt over this piece of commercialized gospel  that Jesus Himself would have thrown out of the temple!]

Will your preacher bow to this?

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Urgent, full-court press for ‘hate crimes’ bill
Vote looms on legislation that could outlaw preaching on homosexuality

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=96331

House Democrats have announced a vote could come as early as tomorrow on a “hate crimes” bill that supporters admit might allow federal officials to prosecute Christians who speak out against homosexual behavior.

The Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009, or H.R. 1913, passed through committee last week, and according to the Weekly Leader published by the office of House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer, D-Md., the bill joins 14 others that could be brought to the floor for a vote sometime between noon tomorrow and the end of the week.

Meanwhile, advocates for the bill are engaged in a strong push to see it passed.

The Human Rights Campaign, which calls itself the largest national lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender – or LGBT – civil rights organization, has designated April 27-29 for a national call-in campaign, urging supporters to contact Congress and pressure the bill’s passage.

“We need more calls to Members of Congress, and we need them right away,” said HRC President Joe Solmonese. “It has been ten long years and tens of thousands more victims since the Matthew Shepard Act was first introduced in Congress. We are poised for a presidential signature this year, but lies from the radical right could easily derail our efforts.”

A number of groups – including the American Civil Liberties Union, the National Council on La Raza, the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the American Association of People with Disabilities, among others – announced formation of a national coalition to urge Congress to pass H.R. 1913.

One of the coalition members, the Jewish Council for Public Affairs, announced last week that it has sent letters to all 435 members of the House of Representatives in support of the bill.

Tom Strode of the Baptist Press, however, reports that H.R. 1913 “adds ‘sexual orientation’ and ‘gender identity’ to the current classes – including race, religion and national origin – protected from hate crimes,” a measure that worries many people of faiths that deem LGBT sexual behavior as immoral.

When a nearly identical plan was developed in the last Congress, Rep. Artur Davis, D-Ala., admitted during a hearing on the bill it could be used to prosecute pastors merely for preaching against homosexuality under the premise that they could be “inducing” violence in someone.

The bill ultimately failed then because President Bush determined it was unnecessary – the crimes banned in the legislation already are addressed by other laws – and it probably was unconstitutional.

“The federal hate crimes bill is bad news for everyone,” said Brad Dacus of Pacific Justice Institute, who testified in Congress against the bill two years ago.

“Instead of treating all crime victims equally, it creates a caste system where select groups, such as gays and lesbians, are given greater priority in the criminal justice system. This is not progress; it is political correctness. In other nations and states, the adoption of hate crimes legislation has been the first step toward widespread suppression of speech and ideas critical of homosexuality,” he said.

Matt Barber of Liberty Counsel has spoken out against H.R. 1913 a number of times.

“As has proved to be true in both Europe and Canada, this Orwellian piece of legislation is the direct precursor to freedom killing and speech chilling ‘hate speech’ laws. It represents a thinly veiled effort to ultimately silence – under penalty of law – morally, medically and biblically based opposition to the homosexual lifestyle,” he said.

Barber said the 14th Amendment already provides that victims of violent crimes are afforded equal protection under the law “regardless of sexual preference or proclivity.”

“If passed, H.R. 1913 will change all that. It overtly and, most likely, unconstitutionally, discriminates against millions of Americans by granting federally preferred status, time and resources to individuals who define their identity based upon aberrant sexual behaviors (i.e.,’gay’ and lesbian ‘sexual orientation’ or cross-dressing ‘gender identity’),” he said.

He also said there is “zero evidence” suggesting homosexuals do not get equal protection now.

“In fact, you need only look to the most famous ‘hate crime’ of all – Matthew Shepard – for proof. Although the evidence determined that Shepard’s murder was not a ‘hate crime’ by definition (a misconception still widely propagated by the homosexual lobby, the media and liberal lawmakers), the two thugs who committed the crime nonetheless received life in prison – and rightfully so. (Shepard’s murder turned out to be the end result of a robbery for drug money gone from bad to horrible),” he said.

Barber said likewise the murderer of Mary Stachowicz, a devout Catholic grandmother brutally killed by a homosexual for sharing the Bible with him, also was given a life sentence.

“The system worked in both cases and both victims received equal justice under the law apart from any discriminatory ‘hate crimes’ legislation,” he said.

Barber cited FBI statistics showing there were about 1.4 million violent crimes in the U.S. in 2007, but only 1,512 were presumed to be “hate crimes.” And two-thirds of those involved claims of “hateful” words, touching and shoving.

Under the specifications of the law, a Christian needn’t touch a homosexual to face charges, he noted.

“If the homosexual merely claims he was subjectively placed in ‘apprehension of bodily injury’ by the Christian’s words then, again, the Christian can be thrown in prison for a felony ‘hate crime,'” he said.

WND reported previously that the plan was introduced by Rep. John Conyers, D-Mich., who said, “The bill only applies to bias-motivated violent crimes and does not impinge public speech or writing in any way.”

Section 10 of the act states, “Nothing in this Act, or the amendments made by this Act, shall be construed to prohibit any expressive conduct protected from legal prohibition by, or any activities protected by the free speech or free exercise clauses of, the First Amendment to the Constitution.”

However, critics cite United States Code Title 18, Section 2, as evidence of how the legislation could be used against people who merely speak out against homosexuality. It states: Whoever commits an offense against the United States or aids, abets, counsels, commands, induces or procures its commission, is punishable as a principal.

Jeff King, president of International Christian Concern, warned Christians to speak up before the legislation passes. He said they are acting like the proverbial frog in a slowly heating kettle that boils to death.

“They need to wake up and take action to oppose this threat to religious liberty.”

Concerned individuals may contact representatives by calling (202) 224-3121 or by searching for their last names in the U.S. House of Representatives database.

Mark Chironna “Apostle” Selling $200 Holy Spirit Cloths

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exposing Mark Chironna fleecing the flock.

Chironna’s own words:

Sow a seed of $100 or more and I will send you an annointed red cloth to place under the pillow of a family member or a friend who is ill or someone (including yourself) of needing a deliverance.

You can even keep it in your pocket or purse for an ongoing faith anchor His impartation of blessing to you. We have numerous testimonies to the powerful transfer of God’s presence because of these prayer clothes.

Once I pray over them they sit in the atmosphere of our worship services for a season and SOAK up the GLORY that moves in our times of celebrations and miracles, and then we release them to carry God’s power to those in need.

There are hundreds of them right now sitting in a golden bowl in our auditorium for the last thirty days.

For you that God has released to give a gift of $200 or more, I will WEAR the prayer cloth while I am preaching and teaching before I send it to you just like the apostle Paul did. I will also include a personal note and a promise from God.

Have a blessed resurrection season. I look forward to your response. Together in love building a dream of destiny.

Dr. Mark J. Chironna

RedeemedHippie>>>[WHERE did any of the disciples sell a blessing or a healing? They never did. For anyone to even believe someone like Mark Chironna is capable of anything other than treachery and deceit is foolish indeed. Here’s a thought for Chironna and others who make merchandise of the gospel; why don’t you fakes go on down to the borders? I’m sure there are thousands of people you will have the chance to heal with all the plagues coming upon the world at some time or another.

If after watching this video and reading his words, and you still uphold the man, please ask yourself why? Who are you following? What kind of Jesus? STOP making excuses for heretics!

Divine Encounters? I don’t think so

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Suppossingly the woman on stage, receives a stigmata on her hands. She prays for a few people then wipes her hands on a red garment or something.

The male preacher endorses it by using the Word of God, “When I see the blood, I will pass.”

This is making man a mediator! Jesus said, “It is finished.” Nowhere are we taught or told that stigmata is a sign from heaven. Instead it is one that Catholisim has boasted in for centuries. What this means is Rome and its’ deceptions are entering the church!

She says, “If you could just see what I’m seeing. Some of you are going to be astonished at what’s going to come up out of your pictures.”

Whether she sees anything or not only she and God know. But that this does is make certain people look more annointed, more spiritual, above the rest. When this happens, people tend to check their brain in at the door and allow someone else have control over any discernment God may want to give them.

They will use the garment (though they do not show this part) that she wiped her hands on to wrap around people “quickly” as she tells the usher to do. This is to get people not to think, not to take the time to test anything. All those in cult-like behavior will use the word “quickly” to get in motion their agenda.

Part two is suppose to be gold on the Bibles. Uh huh, yeah, right.

Part three some kind of dance. Man on stage sings over and over, “Everyone in heaven is doing it. Everyone is heaven is doing it. so let’s do it too.” It is more mindless chanting called worship from the New Breed. God is so much more creative than this mindless tripe.

Part four [wrapped in a mantle of glory] goes back to the red garment and people allowing it to be wrapped around them. “Hover over them Lord. Let your glory hover over them.”

Part five appears to be snake handling.

Part six appears to be white angel feathers.

“I pray that signs and wonders fall on your life. Even the skeptics, even the pharaisees be touched and blessed…”

Pharaisee would mean anyone who would question any of these things at all, anyone who would dare to be a Berean. I guess I’m a Pharaisee then. Because I think you people are either so deluded or such fakes.

Stacey Denboer mockery of the Blood of Jesus

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This is more mocking and blasphemy from Stacy Denboer. Everytime this man opens his mouth, a stupid spirit takes over his whole countenance. He has opened up so many doorways to delusions and lies I wonder if he’s aware of it at all.

There is so much mocking of the blood and the cross these days. The heretics have sensualized the gospel and made it one of self-gratification; as can be seen in the video. The apathetic, dumbing/numbing down of this man. The “high” that is suppose to represent spirituality.

“Whacked up on the blood of Jesus, high on the blood of Jesus.”

“Think of this: compress the infinite all powerful one. compres him down to eight pints of fluid and then stick a drop on your tongue and see what’s going to happen. Whoaa boy. Whoaa, sheww, I just got hit. Boing. Now there’s a second revelation I want to share real quick…”

THAT was a revelation?

“The closer you get to the throne, the more compressed, the more condensed the presence of god is. And the more condensed the presence of god is, the more life there is. Whoo, sheww, shaba…yeassss, the heaven, whoaa, just receive, it’s compressing hard right now. Feel that? The revelation of being seated with christ. The full condensed compressed, concentrated glory presence of god. Where sickenss can’t exist, no devil of hell can be near, no depression can exist. Where there’s nothing but pure undefiled life. Shoobah. Pure exctasy joy. Shewww. Oh man. I like how Jesus uses wine in communion. Drink cause this is my blood. Wine brings pleasure.”

He is insinuating the blood of Jesus equal to wine is meant to bring pleasure. THIS is such an abomination. The blood of Jesus was for the remission of sin. Not for our pleasure and certainly not for the sake of vile perverse and soulish drunkenness!

“Wine comes from fruit. and the more you drink of the wine of heaven the more fruit you do see pop…(pops his cheek)…in your life. Wheww, woaaa. Wine represents joy and celebration. Let’s celebrate. Jesus said it is finished. (Wipes his mouth with his hand like a drunk) What he said he meant. He made a way for full access to heaven. Let’s enjoy it.”

Oh yes, let us all partake of the heresy of this man and we all can become damned together.

Stacey Denboer, here’s another word Jesus said: On that day they will say, “Lord, Lord.” but I will say, depart from Me. I never knew you.

What He said, He meant.

Warning to America: Will you be next?

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Pastor Steve Anderson from Arizona was beaten and tasered by no-count cops for defending his constitutional rights. I urge you to watch and listen to what this man went through. Big Brother is becoming more and more of an uncontrolled beast that abides by it’s own laws. At the end of the video, Steve Anderson asks, “Wake up America. Why is this happening in the United States of America?”

I believe it is happening because of the vile corruptness in high places. I expect to see more of it with this new Washington administration. What can we expect in a nation where evil is being called good and good is being called evil? I hope he will sue the pants off of someone for this grossly unfair injustice.

Following article gotten here:

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=95300

By Drew Zahn
WorldNetDaily

An Arizona pastor – Tasered, bloodied by broken glass and sporting 11 stitches in his head – claims his injuries came from being stopped at a Border Patrol checkpoint 75 miles inside the U.S. and then being battered by police for refusing to allow agents to search his vehicle.

The incident earlier this week highlights tension between constitutional rights, the issue of border security and a controversial Supreme Court ruling that grants an exceptional level of police authority near the Mexican border.

Pastor Steven Anderson of Faithful Word Baptist Church in Tempe claims he did nothing to deserve his eventual arrest and believes that when he refused to allow the search of his car he was simply standing up for his Fourth Amendment rights, which protect him against unreasonable search without a warrant.

Anderson further questions why the Border Patrol is allowed to stop and search cars at a checkpoint along Interstate 8, 75 miles inland of where the highway nears the Mexican border at Yuma, Ariz.

“I was in the United States! I had crossed no international border!” writes Anderson in commentary accompanying a video he made about his experience.

“I didn’t have any drugs; I didn’t have a human beings in my car,” he claims in the video itself. “Why is this happening in the United States of America?”

Pastor Anderson’s video explaining his side of the controversy and his rough treatment at the hands of police officers can be seen here:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YUzd7G875Hc

The U.S. Border Patrol, however, explained to WND that Anderson misunderstood his constitutional rights and that because a drug-sniffing dog alerted to Anderson’s rental car, the pastor was wrong not to allow the agents to search his vehicle.

RedeemedHippie>>>[Think about this: why do illegals and terroists have more rights over an ordinary citizen?]

Ben Vik, a supervisory Border Patrol agent for the Yuma sector, further told WND that the Supreme Court and federal law permit the Border Patrol to establish checkpoints up to 100 miles inside the U.S. and that with probable cause the Fourth Amendment doesn’t apply to searches of automobiles.

“The Supreme Court found that only minimal intrusion existed to motorists at reasonably located checkpoints,” said Vik. “The Supreme Court found that the very brief detention of motorists at a well-marked and identified immigration checkpoint did not constitute an unreasonable search and seizure.”

Vik’s statement, however, doesn’t apply to typical law enforcement agencies, but – thanks to a controversial ruling – only to “immigration” checkpoints established by the Border Patrol.

The courts have typically ruled against “suspicion-less” stops and searches of vehicles at police checkpoints, such as the one that detained Anderson. As recently as 2000, the Supreme Court ruled in Indianapolis vs. Edmond that police cannot establish roadblocks staffed by dogs to randomly search automobiles for drugs.

“We have never approved a checkpoint program whose primary purpose was to detect evidence of ordinary criminal wrongdoing,” the Supreme Court majority wrote in Indianapolis vs. Edmond. “The [Indianapolis] checkpoints violate the Fourth Amendment.”

The 1976 United States vs. Martinez-Fuerte decision, however, created an exception allowing the Border Patrol the unique power to establish checkpoints for seeking illegal immigrants, with the secondary purpose of finding drugs. So while Yuma-area police cannot operate a K-9, or drug-detecting dog, checkpoint without violating the Fourth Amendment, the Border Patrol can.

A second exception was also created for drunk driving checkpoints under 1990’s Michigan Department of State Police vs. Sitz, but some – including Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas – do not believe the exceptions to the Fourth Amendment are warranted.

“I am not convinced that Sitz and Martinez-Fuerte were correctly decided,” Thomas wrote in an opinion on the 2000 Indianapolis vs. Edmond decision. “Indeed, I rather doubt that the framers of the Fourth Amendment would have considered ‘reasonable’ a program of indiscriminate stops of individuals not suspected of wrongdoing.”

Graham Boyd, director of the American Civil Liberties Union’s Drug Law Reform Project in Santa Cruz, Calif., told the Phoenix New Times that an immigration checkpoint is “thin justification” for sniffing random cars for drugs without a warrant.

“Even if somebody has no sympathy for a marijuana user,” Boyd says, “you should still be concerned that the U.S. government is saying the border is an area where the U.S. Constitution is suspended.”

Senior Patrol Agent Vik assured WND that even in the checkpoints, citizens do maintain certain rights limiting officers’ actions.

“Border Patrol immigration checkpoints don’t give Border Patrol agents carte blanche to automatically search persons or their vehicles,” Vik explained. “To conduct a legal search under the Fourth Amendment, agents must develop an articulable probable cause to conduct a lawful search.”

In Anderson’s case, the pastor claims the K-9 dog made no bark or indication that his rental car was tainted with drugs, while Vik insisted to WND that the dog did alert agents to drugs, thus granting probable cause for the search.

Both Anderson and Vik confirm that no contraband was discovered on the vehicle.

As for the Tasering and other alleged rough treatment by police, Vik told WND that Anderson was extracted from his car and arrested by Arizona Department of Public Safety officers, not the Border Patrol, a statement Anderson confirms in his video.

The Arizona DPS told WND that an investigation into the officers’ actions is ongoing and no comment can be made until it is complete.

Anderson spent the evening of his arrest in jail and is awaiting a formal arraignment at which he intends to plead “not guilty.”

I’m not the only one thinks Joel Osteen is a coward

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I’m not the only one who has doubts about what kind of truth Osteen believes. For those who think Joel Osteen and his beliefs are some how “ok,” article gotten here:

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=95041

What religion is Joel Osteen?
By Joseph Farah

Sometimes I get confused watching these mega-church preachers.

Are they reading the same Bible I’m reading?

Do they really have an intimate relationship with the same Jesus I know?

Is the Holy Spirit actually working within them – providing the kind of discernment He promises believers?

These questions came to mind while watching Joel Osteen and his lovely wife, Victoria, on CNN’s “Larry King Live” last week.

Is this the new face of American Christianity? Is this why Jesus died on the cross and was resurrected? Is this the Good News? Or is this some other religion altogether?

Admittedly, Osteen ticked me off right out of the gate by praising Barack Obama: “Well, I think he’s doing a great job. I’m impressed with his skill, his calmness, his just strength under pressure. These are tough times for him.”

Actually, no. These aren’t tough times for Obama. He’s having the time of his life. He’s partying it up and eating $100-a-pound beef in the White House. We should all face such tough times. Maybe that’s how the mega-wealthy Osteens define tough times. But I submit to you it is the American people who are suffering – not the Obamas.

But the interview actually went downhill from there.

King pointed out that many Americans are still confused about Obama’s religion and asked, “Does it matter?”

“Well, it matters to me,” said Osteen. “It matters to me that I know he loves the Lord, and I think it’s important that he has convictions from his faith. So to me, it matters when I’m making my personal decisions.”

Mrs. Osteen weighed in, too: “It does. It matters to me. … I believe he is a Christian.”

Now, let’s stop right there for a moment of reflection.

How do we know someone else is a believer? Is someone a Christian simply because they proclaim to be one? The Bible tells us we will know them by their fruits. I wonder what fruits the Osteens are seeing that would suggest to them Obama is a Christian?

In John 14:15, Jesus explains, “If you love Me, keep my commandments.”

Now, I won’t run through all of the Ten Commandments, but let’s stick to just one – the eighth: “Thou shall not steal.”

Not only is Obama stealing wealth from Americans today, he is stealing from our grandchildren – and our great-grandchildren!

But maybe that commandment is not in the Joel Osteen New Living Translation of the Bible the Osteens were hawking on the King show.

I don’t know about you, but I would like to see some real holy men in America stand up like the prophet Nathan and hold people – and especially our leaders – accountable to the Word of God.

Is that too much to ask?

America is going down the tubes fast, and the new faces of Christianity are playing patty-cake. They’re acting like the latest self-help gurus.

We need some wisdom, and we’re just not getting it from these lukewarm pretenders.

Now, look, I don’t care if Christian pastors want to keep their heads in the sand and protect their precious 501(c)3 corporations by avoiding politics altogether, as most of them do. But when they stand up on national television and proclaim Obama is a Christian and doing a good job, I have a real problem with that.

It’s a lie.

Obama is breaking his covenant with the American people every day. That covenant is the Constitution of the United States.

The Osteens cannot even stand up for the institution of marriage without equivocating.

True followers of Jesus win converts when they show people their sin and explain the consequences of sin. They don’t soft-pedal it. They’re not afraid of offending people. We can pretend to love everyone and watch them go right to hell. That is not the kind of love my messiah showed. And it is not the kind I expect to see from ministers of the Gospel.

RedeemedHippie>>>[Mr. Farah, may I say that the reason you do not see the true gospel among most of todays’ ministers, is because most are not the truth at all; but star studded idols in a star struck idolizing church. These ministers are cowards to the truth.]

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