Click to expand What Price was saying is that he is wealthy enough to sow a very large amount. When that came back fold, he would immediately sow it again. No one ever said that God does not multiply your seed. He returns it pressed down, shaken together, and running over: Luk Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom. For with the same measure that ye mete withal it shall be measured to you again.
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Hagin taught that God was not glorified by poverty and that preachers do not have to be poor. He was not happy that some of his followers were manipulating the Bible to support what he viewed as greed and selfish indulgence. Those who were close to Hagin Sr. In fact, he wrote a brutally honest book to address his concerns.
The Midas Touch was published in , a year after the infamous Tulsa meeting. Many Word-Faith ministers ignored the book. But in light of the recent controversy over prosperity doctrines, it might be a good idea to dust it off and read it again. Here are a few of the points Hagin made in The Midas Touch: 1. Material wealth can be connected to the blessings of God or it can be totally disconnected from the blessings of God. People should never give in order to get.
Hagin was horrified by this practice, which was popularized in faith conferences during the s. Faith preachers sometimes tell donors that when they give in an offering they should claim a specific benefit to get a blessing in return. This manipulative claim is more akin to witchcraft than Christian belief. Hagin condemned other hairbrained gimmicks designed to trick audiences into emptying their wallets. Lee Grady is editor of Charisma magazine.
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