Kenneth Hagin and Kenneth Copeland

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  • 2014-06-18T20:26:00

No where in scripture can you find a justification for this behavior. We must be careful not to let our feelings lead us astray. Scripture teaches "The heart of the wise is in the house of mourning; but the heart of fools is in the house of mirth." Ecclesiastes 7:4 (KJV) Moreover in the sermon on the mount Jesus declares "Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted." Too often do we equate good feelings for truth, and bad feelings for falsehood. I don't need to make a clever argument here to expose the lies contained herein this video. The lies are obvious to anyone who is in Christ. Just because they are happy does not mean they are IN the Lord. There is not one promise in the New Testament that you (Christian) will have a mirthful, carefree, comfortable life. On the contrary it teaches the opposite. I could cite scripture after scripture but I am persuaded to think that nothing will change the minds of people who think what is contained in this video is of God. Do we really think that the first Christians were like this? Hagin cites the day of Pentecost (the only mention of anything quasi-scriptural in the whole video) and says basically "Well, they thought they were drunk, so they must have been! Now lets out-do em!" Ahem...no. I won't rebuff Hagin here, but we should read that WHOLE chapter and see Peter's explanation for their behavior. If they were acting like this back on the day of pentecost those who were there would have been JUSTIFIED in thinking that they were drunk. Not only drunk, but insane. Such ridiculous behavior can likely be found nowhere else (except maybe at a Lady Gaga concert). However, such an assertion was clearly unjustified then, but may however apply to this bizarre display.

  • 2014-05-03T22:20:59

Lots of laughing going on! Be happy in the Lord!

  • 2014-05-03T22:06:04

yeah I was messed up on drugs but now I'm hooked on the Lord

  • 2013-07-02T02:29:26

Kenneth Hagin does not believe the blood of Jesus removes our sins, this is not a service I would want to be in.

  • 2012-08-28T09:13:50

Kenneth Hagin was a heretic of the first order. Many of these manifestations are also found in pagan religious rituals, the Kundalini Awakening in Hinduism is a prime example. If you think this is Christianity, then I seriously wonder if you know Christ and His Gospel.

  • 2012-08-04T04:39:50

I was in that service. Laughing and having good time beats being grumpy any day. We had a blast and I never forget that day...

  • 2012-06-03T21:05:43

At the beginning of the video it says to avoid these guys, but after watching the video I definitely want to join them. They are having a laughing and lively service. I bet the pharisees of Jesus day would find fault in this kind of service also.

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