Rodney Howard-Browne and Kenneth Copeland blaspheming a gift of the Holy Spirit.

Here’s your chance provide an interpretation?

17 thoughts on “Rodney Howard-Browne and Kenneth Copeland blaspheming a gift of the Holy Spirit.

  1. this is real if you dont believe this then read acts and repent this is a move of god that is not jet seen in religion the flesh can not onderstand the way of the holly spirit

  2. No Hendrie, this is a mockery. Both of these men teach heresy and this little display is nothing more than an attempt to sucker their followers into believing they have some special gift that you don’t, and thus, send them MORE money for their “ministry.”

    In addition, I have read Acts and so allow me to ask… where are all these other gifts the Bible speaks about? Why is tongues the ONLY gift the Charismatic movement can “manifest?” Perhaps because it’s the only one that can be so easily counterfeited and made up?

    My suggestion for you Hendrie, when you’re done hovering around the book of Acts, is to begin reading the WHOLE Bible, all the way through. Not just bits and pieces.

  3. Pilgrim is right, Hendrie. Howard-Browne tells people NOT to pray but rather to laugh. Copeland teaches a gospel of greed and claims Jesus was “born again” in hell, where he was tormented by demons! These men are all about money, not truth. Forsake them and all the tv wolves in sheep’s clothing and get familiar with the bible so you won’t be seduced and bewitched by the many antichrists like these. When a person speaks in an unknown tongue, Paul instructs us to keep silence unless there is an interpretation. These men just babeled on a show for the audience to laugh at; there was no interpretation.

  4. Hendrie,

    So, you think this is a move of the “holly spirit”? I didn’t realize it was filmed at Christmas time! (Just kidding! But you may want to consider proofreading your comments before you submit them.)

    1st Corinthians 14:6–“But now, brethren if I come to you speaking with tongues, what shall I profit you unless I speak to you either by revelation, by knowledge, or by teaching?”

  5. John says:

    If you watched the whole thing – I was in that meeting – it was not just the two of them speaking to each other in tongues – RHB went on to prophesy to the congregation and to several others there that night and then prayed for hundreds of people = lives were touched and changed – so for the critics who have voiced their opinions they don’t know what they are talking about –
    My life was radically changed that night by the power of God. The Critics are the ones who Blaspheme the Holy Spirit -

  6. So, who interpreted? And what was the interprtation?

    I’ll bet I can guess what he prophesied. That if someone would just sow their $1000 seed that God would park a brand new Hummer in their driveway. And if they didn’t get it, well, at least Brutha Copeland would be able to pay for that upgrade to his $20M jet.

    All I need to know about RHB I learned in Brownsville.

  7. LumpyMeatLoaf says:


    I live approximately, 100 miles north of Eagle Mountain Camp, Texas (Copeland Land), which is just west of Fort Worth Texas. In past years, I have also lived in the suburbs of Forth Worth at Keller, and Roanoke. I have been following the baloney from his ministry for years! Where does one start? Years ago, I heard Copeland blaspheme God to his congregation by saying, “That God, is the biggest loser in the Bible, and says Jesus was not God during his earthly life.”

    Copeland and his gang members calling themselves Christian “evangelists” will stand before the Truth. Jesus said, “I am Truth.” Then what? These money hungry charlatans will receive their due. And it won’t be mountains of dirty lucre, mansions, jets and lavish island resorts. This character and members live in a large mansion in Texas. He recently asked his audience to help him spread the gospel by giving him $20 million to buy a new jet. Copeland lied (Imagine That?), by promising, ”This plane will never, ever be used as long as it is in our care, for anything other than what is becoming to you, Lord Jesus.'”

    Believe that, and you would believe that Popeye was a sissy!

    Please don’t get mad at me! Use your own God given sense and discernment. Please check this out for yourself. Start with Channel 8, ABC affiliate in Dallas, WFAA, took a closer look at the allegations. Unbiased news reporter Brett Shipp obtained flight records that clearly revealed that the Copeland jet, on its way to an evangelical seminar in Australia last October, made a two-day layover in Maui. Then it was on to the Fiji islands for another stop! To top it off and after seven days in Australia, the Copeland gang headed to Honolulu for another three days of what they called ‘eating and rest.’ Just plumb tuckered and worked to death? “Last December between breathes, this poor overworked evangelist stops the jet and made the first of two trips to a Colorado airport, just a few miles away from Steamboat Springs Ski Resort. And, finally, there was a flight to southwest Texas to a hunting ranch whereas the Copeland-gang has yearly bagged big and exotic game…..

    Several years ago, this Copeland fellow claimed and depicted to his congregation that God created the animals, which is correct. But however, Copeland said that God brought them to Adams whereas he (Adam) is the one who blew life into them! Yes, this is exactly what he said! If he would read a Bible he would discover that the animals were created before man, Genesis 1:21, “So God created great sea animals, and every sort of fish and every kind of bird. And God looked at them with pleasure, and blessed them all. “Multiply and stock the oceans,” he told them, and to the birds he said, “Let your numbers increase. Fill the earth!” Man was created later Genesis, 1-25-27, God made all sorts of wild animals and cattle and reptiles. And God was pleased with what he had done. Then God said, “Let us make a man –someone like ourselves, to be the master of all life upon the earth and in the skies and in the seas.”So God made man like his Maker.Like God did God make man; Man and maid did he make them. Copeland also stated to his congregation that he did not care if you believed him or not!

    Well, I don’t!

  8. Dom says:

    The man that thinks and acts in the natural realm, whether religious or not, is not capable of understanding the things of the spirit. Some people’s problem is that they don’t realise God breaks out of the little religious box they try and put him in. Yes, things are to be done in order, but the Spirit of God brings liberty, and all is balanced. Funny how weak minded people stumble at the issue of money in the church.
    Rodney Howard Brown and Kenneth Copeland are men of God, and only God will judge them.

  9. Matt says:

    1 Cor 5:12What business is it of mine to judge those outside the church? Are you not to judge those inside? 13God will judge those outside. “Expel the wicked man from among you.”

    Do you know what this is saying? WE have the right to judge if what a person claiming to be a Christian is saying/doing is or is not truely Christian. We have a perfect standard by which to judge (Scripture).

    The old “you shouldn’t judge others” when referring to those claiming Christianity is tired and worn out. It simply isn’t Scriptural.

  10. LumpyMeatLoaf says:

    Greetings Dom,

    You said, “Rodney Howard Brown and Kenneth Copeland are men of God, and only God will judge them.” Oh yeah, so let us look at the objective views of scripture, instead of one’s subjected bias; humanistic views. My Bible says, John 7:24 “Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment.” Also Dom let us not fade away and why don’t we finish the entire scripture from 1 Corinthians 2:11-16, “ For what man knoweth the things of a man, save the spirit of man which is in him? even so the things of God knoweth no man, but the Spirit of God.Now we have received, not the spirit of the world, but the spirit which is of God; that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God. Which things also we speak, not in the words which man’s wisdom teacheth, but which the Holy Ghost teacheth; comparing spiritual things with spiritual. But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned. But he that is spiritual judgeth all things, yet he himself is judged of no man. For who hath known the mind of the Lord, that he may instruct him? But we have the mind of Christ.
    Please don’t try to use Matthew 7 as a case for not judging. Lord Jesus was informing us not to judge in a hypocritical way; an example such as the thief at work informs on the secretary and foreman who are having an affair. Matt is absolutely correct. Dom, St Paul instructed Timothy to judge fellow Christians that blasphemed, and to turn these Christian that were preaching blaspheme over to Satan. Please read.1 Timothy the entire chapter (1:20 of whom is Hymenaeus and Alexander; whom I have delivered unto Satan that they may learn not to blaspheme).

    Dom, I have been in the charismatic ranks and have seen the hocus pocus. I really appreciate that you have the courage to try to defend what you believe is right. However, your hermeneutics is wrong you are defending a false gospel in vain.

    Jesus is Lord

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