I might be wrong about a generational shift, but is our basic view of reality changing? For example, we might see a documentary on the founding of the country. In comparison, little children watching a like account in animated fiction see it as just as real. Here we are today as the big story about the foundations for life is the same, yet so many in another world seem to have no idea about reality.
Irene was switching channels and stopped a moment, just shocked as a lady’s hair and eyes looked more like the Cocker Spaniel from 101 Dalmatians than a woman’s, except a dog would never have that color. So how did she become the female representative of the largest “Christian” TV network in the world? We never see that level of weirdness in the soaps, and it goes beyond those kids on MTV! To emphasize living in the Spirit, okay, just let's start with the "spirit of discernment!" What is that shallow immaturity and baby talk as a testimony representing Almighty God in His holiness? We are so ashamed!!! Who are these while assuming to be our representatives for God before the world? Supporting that? People may have problems properly dividing the Word of Truth, but anyone with common sense can read a life! And while a lot of people seeing Benny Hinn can see through the veneer, a world out there like animated fiction think he is real.
Wife of Televangelist Benny Hinn Files for Divorce
Thursday, February 18, 2010
ORANGE, Calif. — The wife of televangelist Benny Hinn has filed for divorce in Southern California.
Suzanne Hinn filed papers in Orange County Superior Court on Feb. 1, citing irreconcilable differences.
The couple has been married for more than 30 years.
Hinn operates a church and television studio in Aliso Viejo.
He is one of six televangelists under investigation by Republican Sen. Charles Grassley of Iowa.
Grassley sent letters to six Christian ministries, including Hinn's, in 2007 asking about spending on private planes, oceanside mansions, board oversight and involvement in for-profit businesses.
The ministries have denied wrongdoing.http://www.foxnews.com/story/