Benny Hinn and Eric Ludy do have the same teaching when it comes to teaching that healing is in th...
Benny Hinn and Eric Ludy do have the same teaching when it comes to teaching that healing is in the atonement which is mainly what I'm talking about here. Eric just thinks Benny is a huge fake, which he is, but nevertheless the teaching on this is the same, and I believe it's wrong.
The Got Questions article I gave a link to addresses the scripture Eric leans on to support his teaching that physical healing for this life is in the atonement, the one in Isaiah specifically, but as the Got Questions article says, that scripture is about spiritual healing and not physical healing, when taken in context.
I agree, we will not know in this lifetime the specific reasons why God heals some and not others. But what we can know is whether or not healing is in the atonement. We don't have to guess about that. And having false teaching about it is once again very damaging. As Miles Mckee said in the video I posted, he has seen many people's faith be shipwrecked over this terrible teaching and so have I.
"I don't remember what scripture he quoted about the atonement, but it had to do with our sickness be taken to the cross as well as all of our sins, so I don't see any reason that we can't ask Him for healing."
Who do you know that doesn't believe we should ask God for healing?
Well it surely ain't me, but you don't believe that do you? :)
The man that interviewed Miles Mckee kept asking him over and over if he believed we should pray for the sick even though Miles starts off towards the beginning of the interview talking about praying for healing and how he himself was healed of cancer and how he's prayed for countless people as a pastor over the years and many were healed. But despite all that, the man interviewing him keeps asking him over and over if he believes we should pray for healing as if Miles doesn't. Why keep asking him that when he already made it plain he did?
In an earlier post in this thread I said for the millionth time "do not misunderstand me", because for years you have seemed to misunderstand me over this issue, and so once again I said that I believe God still heals today, and then what was your reply?
You replied saying that you don't believe everything good only happens when we go to heaven, which once again made me think you must have misunderstood my clear statement about how I still believe God heals today.
It was the one hour and 26 minute mark that I linked to, so yes, towards the end. I didn't watch the whole sermon as I already said a couple of times. You can skip around as you know, and that's what I did. I would listen here and there for a minute or two and then move on. And yes, I realize I may have missed something he said that would make what I heard in the end more clear as to what he meant, but I went back today and started to listen to more of the sermon and I started seeing way more that I disagreed with. So no need to listen to the whole thing unless you want me to start yapping about other stuff I disagreed with him on. lol