Benny Hinn – Obama is a Good Man, a Christian Man

Benny Hinn

Benny Hinn says on a Fox New interview on the 9th October 2009 here near the end of the video:

Benny Hinn, regarding Obama being ‘the’ anti-Christ:

“… It’s not Obama no.  It’s not Obama. I have been asked that question many times, and the answer is no.  He is not, he is not the anti-Christ.  He’s a good man, a Christian man.  I pray for him.  I pray that God will give him success.  And I pray that He will support his will.”

A good man?  A Christian man?  He prays that God will give him success and support Obama’s will?  And what is Obama’s will exactly?

I suppose that is what one antiChrist would say to another…

Benny Hinn does not have the greatest track record when it comes to fortune telling the future.  In fact he is so bad at prophesying that in the 1990’s he predicted 6 major events that would happen and none of them came true.

Obama might or might not be THE antiChrist, but he sure as nuts is an antiChrist and so is Benny Hinn.

Deborah (Discerning the World)

Discerning the World is an internet Discernment ministry based in Johannesburg South Africa that was founded by Deborah du Rand in 2008. Tom Lessing joined Deborah in May 2013. Tom Lessing founded the website "Waak en Bid/Watch and Pray" which was closed in 2013 and articles moved across to DTW.

15 Responses

  1. Martin Horan says:

    If Hinn really believes that Obama is a Christian in any way shape or form, it proves that Hinn himself is not a Christian.
    Most of us knew that anyway. The book, “The Confusing world of Benny Hinn” is full of failed prophecies, proven lies and other cons this quack has pulled.
    Remember, this is the man who gave a date of when the homosexuals in California would be wiped out. His date passed years ago.
    And some of us can remember his cursing his detractors on television (which is still available on YouTube), though we are told to bless and not to curse.
    But when did Hinn ever Heed anything that Jesus Christ taught?
    The best piece of absurd theatre was his wife’s “Holy Ghost Enenema”! And you can get that on YouTube too.
    Obama a Christian!?
    Obama recently slagged off the Israeli Prime Minister to Sarkovsky, the French Prime Minister. So Obama’s a Christian who has never heard of Genesis 12:3 nor Romans 11!
    It would appear Hinn himself doesn’t know those Scriptures or he wouldn’t make such a ridiculous statment about Obama.
    Obama is openly pro-Moslem, pro-Arab and therefore anti-Israel. He also is pro-New World Order. So how can he be a Christian? And how can Hinn be a Christian to make such a statement?
    The fact is, he can’t.

  2. Milan says:

    Right on Martin, you hit the nail on the head. How can folks who claim to be believers who should be reading or listening to the Bible each day allow such a man as Obama to express his viewpoints which are totally against what GOD has told us.
    Many so called christians are sick from not digesting the Bible.
    Daily. Thanks for saying what you said. It’s good to know there are a small # of believers who show their belief by expressing the truth, out loud. PTL.

  3. Brenda says:

    How can a Christian support Mitt Romney? Mitt Romney stands for everything Jesus told us not to do, covet money, not care for the elderly, infirm, orphans, hate, murder, lie, etc. Mitt lies consistently, he hates so many people, he desires money above all else too. He even profits from the disposal of aborted fetuses! He buys American companies, bankrupts them intentionally by taking excessive loans against them, and then files for bailout monies, fires his employees and keeps the money. Then he laughs about it!?! He is in a cult too! Mitt is anti-Christian the Bible clearly warns us not to even sit down and eat with such a man. How can we as Christians allow him to lead our nation?

  4. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    Brenda

    I’m confused, what has this got to do with Benny Hinn?

  5. Redeemed says:

    Brenda, where do you come up with all of these accusations against Romney? Are you saying Obama is the better choice?
    The U.S. is not a Christian nation, never has been. Wake up and smell the coffee – oops – Romney doesn’t drink coffee. (A bit of humor there.)
    The U.S. has had a Roman Catholic as president – that is the worst cult of all. The U.S. has never had a true, bona-fide born-again president if you really take a hard look at it.

    Christians need to be wise and look at both candidates realistically. Who will stand for better morals? Who will better respect Christian freedoms and values? One’s horns are showing and the other is an angel of light. One choice is better than the other – it has always been the lesser of two evils and will be so until the Lord Jesus comes.

  6. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    Redeemed

    Thanks for that comment. And I agree, it’s better the devil you know than the one you don’t really know (so to say) when it comes to politics because they are ALL downright nasty.

    Saying America was found by Christians and is a Christian nation is about as nuts as saying South Africa was founded by Christians and is a Christian country.

  7. Robbie says:

    Listening to Benni I always thought.. “how… how stupid can you get”.
    Now I know – I ain’t seen nothing yet.

  8. Myfanwy Brown says:

    Hmmm.. I am thinking on all this, and I am grateful I do not have to choose between Obama or Romney. That is not much of a choice! I understand where Redeemed stands on the matter, it is very difficult indeed. With regards to John Kennedy, yes he was a Roman Catholic, but I do not believe he was any more evil than Romney or Obama..and I always speak out against Catholicism. My belief is that Kennedy was asassinated for his speech in 1961 where he spoke out about secret societies. How very sad that there have been no true born again Christians as President.. not much chance of that now. But we can rejoice that Jesus will return to reign!

  9. Redeemed says:

    It has come out that JFK was an adulterer. He comes from a family that gained its wealth through bootlegging. That of course was not his doing, but it sets a standard for behavior.

    The motivation behind his assassination is still not clear and even the circumstances surrounding it are still under debate and speculation. There are various theories and the conspiracy theorists have a heyday. It may be true and then again it may be partially true and then again, it may not be true at all. The whole truth rarely if ever comes out in these types of events and one must recognize that and let it rest.

    The fact remains that there IS a clear choice in this election. Romney is not the white knight charging in to rescue, but he is the better choice and will at least slow down the tide of corruption and the landslide into the moral morass. As believers we have a moral responsiblity to vote for the one who will protect life rather than destroy it and protect the family rather than destroy it. The election is not about choosing a pastor or a spirtual leader, it is living in a secular society under a secular government and making the best choice under the situation while we are on this earth. We can speak out against Mormonism and expose it without getting personal. But has the Church done it’s job? The Mormons have effectively stolen sheep from every denomination because the sheep were not armed with the truth of the Word. Whose fault is that?

    But most importantly, Christians cannot blame secular society for the ills we see escalating. The Church has failed to be the salt and light it was meant to be.

  10. Alf Hutchison says:

    You Catholic bashers are soooo pathetic …and you will stand before almighty God one day and be judged .

  11. Simon says:

    It is a sad fact that many look forward to seeing Christ reign, yet this is our problem Christ is reigning and has reigned and will continue to reign. The word of God tells to set our mind or affections on things that are above. This means I must see Jesus as a monarch ruling and reigning to bring sin and the world to its end.
    I can look at this world and see its anarchy and march toward sin and in sin or I can look at Christ as victorious and trust Him in the midst of the world marching to its end.
    The dividing line between what is of this world and what is of God has widened and so the question is become load a clear whose side are we on?

  12. Deborah (Discerning the World) says:

    Alf

    Alf, you are false teacher of biblical proportions. You preach a false twisted gospel, you are a Roman PAGAN Catholic, and you hate Jews – I think you are the one that has the problem.

  13. Redeemed says:

    Alf, exactly what do you mean by “Catholic basher”?
    Do you believe in baptimal regeneration?
    Do you believe in purgatory?
    Do you believe in praying to Mary for intercession?
    Do you believe in praying to saints?
    Do you confess your sins to a priest?

    Alf, exactly what DO you believe?

    Apparently you consider exposing doctrines of demons as bashing?

    I would be interested in your response.

  14. Myfanwy Brown says:

    Redeemed.. I tried myself to work out what Alf believes, and he is just very confused!
    But he definitely favours Catholicism..

    Anyhow.. what I want to say to you Redeemed is about our discussion. The thing is, Romney is a Mormon, but his sidekick, Ryan, he is Catholic. So I do not see how either side is actually better than the other?

  15. Redeemed says:

    Myfanwy, this is the way I see it.
    The U.S. is a secular nation – freedom of religion – anyone who meets the qualifications irregardless of their religion or lack thereof can run for public office.

    So one has to put aside the religious affiliation/aspect for the purposes of an election. There is separation of church and state. Yes, as believers we acknowledge true from false religion. However, we need to use wisdom and vote for the one who will most likely reflect the values that we uphold as Christians such as protection of the innocent and justice for all. From a Christian standpoint, both would be unacceptable, but we cannot compare apples to oranges.

    We have to face the fact that we live in the world, but we are citizens of heaven. We are pilgrims passing through. It is not the place of the Church to run the government. The Church needs to be the Church. But sadly, the Church has become so laden down with leaven and invaded by wolves that it has ceased to be salt and light. As believers we have been given freedoms and one of them is to vote. we have to ask God’s guidance as to which person will best allow us to preserve the freedom too share the Gospel and reach the lost. If we fail to exercise our right to vote I believe we are squandering one of our God-given rights.

    That is just my opinion and the way I see it. I respect that others may disagree, but it should be based on sound reasoning.