Just because certain athletes, actors and hip hop celebrities support certain high-profile mega-church pastors and faith healers doesn’t necessarily mean those preachers are the “real deal.” Former heavyweight boxing champion Evander Holyfield goes by the nickname “The Real Deal.” But did “The Real Deal” chose the real "Holy Fill?” Holyfield dislocated his shoulder in a fight against opponent Michael Moorer in April, 1994. He was diagnosed with a heart condition at the hospital. On December 27, 2003, Dateline NBC aired an expose on Bennie Hinn in which Evander Holyfield was slain in the spirit and reportedly cured of his heart ailment. Holyfield later contributed $250,000 to Bennie Hinn Ministries.
Bennie Hinn has been the subject of many documentaries calling his miracles and lavish and unethical spending into question. This 41-minute excerpt from a follow-up Dateline NBC expose’ entitled The Preacher’s Life aired on NBC on March 6, 2005. It features Hinn's lavish spending including stays at hotels for $10,000 per night, reports on lavish travel expenses, and interviews with family members of people supposedly healed at Hinn’s crusades. They reported that their loved ones either still had the same diseases they were supposedly cured of or had later died from those same illnesses. This expose revealed that the Mayo Clinic stated that Evander Holyfield never had a heart ailment. He was misdiagnosed.
Are you Hinn pecked or pecked by the right hen? Will the real deal "Holy Fill" please stand up? Post your comments below.
Remember, it is neither Mohammad, Buddha, Confucius, nor New Age that saves. Jesus saves!