Asshat Of The Day


Today’s Asshat Of The Day is Benny Hinn.  Cloaked in the robes of the righteous, this guy is just another con artist dedicated to taking the money of those who have a greater need for acceptance than shrewd financial sense.

Benny has been fleecing the flock for years but he’s embarked on his most audacious plot ever.  He needs a new mode of transportation and, true to this style, he’s going all out.  Brother Benny needs a private jet.

Because we must be faithful stewards of the Lord, we retained one of America’s most respected aviation consulting firms to recommend a plane with sufficient range to go to the places God has called us to minister. It had to be the most cost-efficient, safe, and long-range plane we could possibly get.

At recent partners conferences I have talked about the cost to secure this
state-of-the-art jet aircraft, the tool we must have for declaring the Gospel to the nations in this last hour, and the miracle the Lord has provided—Dove One, an aircraft that became available just as the door of opportunity began to close on aircrafts the ministry had previously been utilizing.

And at these partners conferences, I was able to raise the first portion of the down payment, which was another miracle the Lord has provided us.

As a result, we have recently taken delivery on our Gulfstream G4SP plane, which we call Dove One. I have enclosed a beautiful photo-filled brochure to explain more about this incredible ministry tool that will increase the scope of our abilities to preach the Gospel around the globe. Now we must pay the remainder of the down payment, and I am asking the Lord Jesus to speak to 6,000 of my precious partners to sow a seed of $1,000 in the next ninety days. And I am praying, even as I write this letter, that you will be one of them!

I’m not quite sure how Hinn manages to walk around with balls that big but you have to hand it to him.  No small measures for this “man of God”.  Saving souls around the world demands the finest and fastest steed available.  With a cruising altitude of 41,000 feet, the minister will be closer to God than most of us.

(Read his heartfelt letter)