JESUS WAS SAVED FROM SIN
BY THE HOLY GHOST


Between the lines, the message is the dialog between Paul Crouch and Benny Hinn. This is the pinnacle of Hinn's mongrel blasphemies.

Jesus, is portrayed as hopelessly prone to sin, but the Hooooooooly Ghooooooooooost prevented it.

From: "Jerry Dodson"
To: ----------------
Subject: Benny Hinn: Heretic


Now, Jesus endured the cross and looked towards the cross by the power of the Holy Ghost....
And here's something that's amazing. Paul!
He was kept sinless by the Spirit. Because the Bible says He offered Himself spotless through the Spirit. Watch this, it's right here. "How much more shall the blood of Christ Who, through the eternal Spirit, offered Himself without spot." So had the Holy Ghost not been there, then Jesus would have sinned.
Now I know, some of the, well -

Paul Crouch: The heretic hunters.

Benny Hinn: Some won't like it, but it's in the Bible.

Paul Crouch: Yes, it is. I've never heard that.

Benny Hinn: The Holy Spirit is the One Who kept Christ sinless. Because without the Holy Spirit, Christ would have sinned. And remember something: the devil would not have tempted Him had he thought that Jesus could not sin....

Paul Crouch: He wouldn't have bothered.

Benny Hinn: Exactly. The devil would not have tempted Christ had Christ -

Jan Crouch: Not been able to sin.

Benny Hinn: Not been able to. In fact, if Jesus could not sin, you and I could not have identified with Him.....

Benny Hinn: He offered Himself without spot to God through the eternal Spirit. It's right there. You can't argue with it. And anybody that thinks Jesus could not sin, you haven't read the Bible right, because the Bible says He was tempted in all points.
(Praise The Lord, Trinity Broadcasting Network, April 24, 1998)


 

Sincerely,
       Jerry Dodson
       Resource Consultant
       Ligonier Ministries
       Webpage: www.ligonier.org
       Email: jdodson@ligonier.org

 

 "The point of having an open mind, like having an open mouth,
    is to close it on something solid."
                                            --G. K. Chesterton

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conscious of being deceived."
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