Perry Stone

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    Sat Mar 12 2011

    A while back he advertised his Last Supper meal package (for sale), it was supposed to heal the sick. When was the communion and memory of Jesus blood and broken body for sell? I lost all respect for him and I refuse to take anything he has to say seriously ever again! I find it hard to believe that the average Evangelist can resist the adoration, limelight and money once they get a taste of the good life, seems the best of them get swept away into their own agenda's and weird teachings in my view.

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    Sat Jan 15 2011

    I have read these titles (study): "Secrets Beyond The Grave", *"Rapture Revelation", I am going through a few more this week and still wait for a belated one on the Ancient Temple Rituals. I also have listened and monitored his Manna fest show and other on line readings. I study the word, as deeply as I can with the Logos Study Bible (Schalor level). He has been on other Christian shows and I have heard some negatives as well. Of course NONE of the negatives I saw on line were verified with fact, as is usually the case. I have seen the Bible word the Lord spake about the Jewish people being made to be jealous ... on purpose. I guess that may be true in many cases. I know my roots now. As A Christian, I am not about to have a person declare I still don't know them. Perry has studied plenty. I feel horrible that anyone, especially aknowing, practicing Jew, would even dare to shun those who seek after truth, all of it. Read his works first. His "The Rapture Revelation" is pr... Read more

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    Mon Sep 27 2010

    I enjoy his "Manna Fest" and all the positive ratings on this site for laughs, but that's pretty much all he's good for. The Bible itself is already filled with loads of garbage, but somehow this Perry Stone character manages to add an increasing amount of nonsense to it in every show of his. The idiocy of his claims is so significant I would have thought it was satire if I didn't know any better. If you actually believe anything this guy is telling you, you're both gullible and moronic.

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    Fri Aug 20 2010

    This sounds like the cut rate attorney the folks who couldn't afford Perry Mason would hire.

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    Mon Aug 02 2010

    Perry Stone is a Man of God. A group of you do not agree with his view of Pres. Obama, do you feel that Perry Stone, says these things, with out praying to God first? Before Nov '09, He was telling us to pray for our country and its leaders. Since Obama became president, the Lord has put a burden on his heart, to be a prophet for our country. How easy is it to tell God; "I do not want to be a prophet, pass this cup to another!" A prophet is an individual who has been contacted by, or has encountered, by the Lord, and serves as an intermediary, delivering new-found knowledge from the Lord to others. He is not the only prophet, both in church and out. Most prophets are not well liked, because they stand up and tell us what "We are doing wrong and that the Lord will punish us for our sins. And that we need to turn back to the Lord for forgiveness." As for Obama, the first statement from those that are Obama followers, to those that do not agree with the direction that Obama is taking thi... Read more

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    Thu May 06 2010

    Great evangelist and very funny guy too.

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    Thu May 06 2010

    True Perry can be very entertaining and enjoyable to listen to, but his Biblical and Jewish claims so not stand up to scrutiny. being entertaining is not enough.

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    Tue May 04 2010

    i think Perry Stone is AWESOME!!!!!!!!!!!ya..........ummmm........hes a preacher.............he makes me happy!!!!!!!!!:-)....he's fun 2 b around...i would know bcuz im his daughter! I love u dad - Amanda

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    Mon Mar 29 2010

    I like Perry Stone and his minstry...I've personally meet and talked with his dad on several occassions. I've briefly meet his wife Pam and I've sit under his teachings live at Frankis Powell's church in Alabama back around 2001-2002 time frame. He's down to earth I havent talked to him personally, but the impression I got from him is that he's a MAN OF GOD,knows his word,and he's BIG TIME COUNTRY LOL. Now some people my take some of his phrases out of context and mistake it as racial .I think he's just a product of growing up in the hills of west virgina. He's 50yrs old and grew up in a time when blacks went to one church and whites went to another. Most of us over the age of 40 remeber those days clearly.I believe that this man is chosen by the most HIGH GOD to spread the GOSPEL and to be on the front lines spreading knowledge of the upcoming endtime events mentioned in DANIEL AND REVELATIONS. I've been following his minstry now for 10plus years I spent 20bucks 10yrs ago and he... Read more

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    Wed Mar 17 2010

    Perry stone has great knowledge into some of the meanings of specific Jewish Old Covenant practices but he is not alone. I enjoy watching him from time to time! Anyone willing to invest the time in prayer & study of their Bibles can get the same wisdom and revelation,which does not come from Perry but the Holy Spirit, the real Teacher. The ones so impressed (with Perry Stone's revelations) are the ones that are not reading their own Bibles. As for Political teaching from the Pulpit no born again Christian should be replacing Politics over our Lord Jesus. I do believe we should pray for all Leaders & Authority as the Bible commands but we MUST also VOTE like Christians ought to, or don't complain when we wake up to a total godless society, like China or be legally silenced into underground secret Christian fellowships because we have no Christian privileges or rights. I am torn on how much Politics should be taught with the Gospel. I think that Pastors should teach the Gospel an... Read more

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    Tue Feb 23 2010

    well like i said that was very hurtful what perry said why is it that when we git a black president yall say he's bad that's sad perry so 2 me your saying that white is right i beleive that you do have a gift me 2 i'am a woman that dream's 2 most of mine's come true 2 but what you said was wrong now'' 2me it seem's like you said that the black man is bad well 2 me look at what yall done 2 us other racies an still doing it yall the one' that has the tv show's well you have every thing now 4 the good of some of the white people the bad of them make it worse 4 yall don't git me wrong i thought god died on the cross 4 all of us not one race some time i don't no from what i see this is not right now may be you didn't mean it that way but i took it that way were not he devil so think b 4 you speak an how are you gonna bring people 2 god an your speaking like that come on perry that's hate 2 me well take care god bless you an me i hope you git it right i'll be praying 4 you an me not 2 b mis... Read more

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    Fri Feb 12 2010

    I have always admired Perry Stone's knowledge of history in God's Word. I believe him to be a sincere preacher who loves God's word but not all people. I wonder - when did he just notice the Nightmare on Pennsylvania Ave? Was it only when a black man became President and only in office for one year? Was abortion legal (and no, I don't agree with abortions and believe that it is murder) when this black man became president? So why is Perry Stone so upset at this administration? I don't remember him fighting so hard against Washington in the previous administrations. Yes, this nation does have a problem- SIN -and things are getting worse as the Bible said they would. But Obama is not to blame. Also, why would he reference the King of Sodom's name to the name of President Barak Obama. Yes, Mr. Stone- racism, bigotry and prejudice are sins also.

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    Fri Jan 01 2010

    Perry Stone is a great man of God. I have learned more from Perry than any other person about God and the Bible. He does his homework and has a vast knowledge which make his sermons so interesting. I also have many of his books, tapes, etc. and I have never had any that I did not thoroughly enjoy. If Perry is ever wrong, he isn't afraid to admit it. He said that when he was young, he once preached that a certain man was the antichrist and then the man died the next week. Perry is funny but very sincere about what he teaches. Also he does not aggravate people all the time for money. Only once in a while does he ever mention money. I donated to another televangelist and that man has bombarded me with everything he can to get more money from me. Needless to say, I do not support him any more, but I do support Perry Stone with my prayers and money. Pray that God will open your mind to receive the Word. And read the Bible with an open mind and see what happens. I never accept a... Read more

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    Fri Jan 01 2010

    I've watched Perry Stone for a number of years and I have almost always walked away learning something new. He is a sincere and honest man of God. In most cases he is accurate in his research - particularly his word studies oif Greek, Aramaic and Hebrew. The only place where he falls down a bit is in his science. He needs to find more reliable sources for his scientific information. he does not plead for money and demonstrates his confident trust that the Lord is his provider unlike many ministries I see. When he does mention money it is usually to his partners and only very rarely. I am honored to contribute to this man's ministry as he has provided me with much food for though and I've been blessed my his teachings. Ignore those (and pray for their deliverance) who post nasty things about him. They are contaminated with the spirits of religion and self-righteousness. There are some who think they have been ordained by God as policemen in the Church. But they have not and are deceived... Read more

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    Wed Nov 25 2009

    Any thing Perry Stone teaches is from God. He would not teach nor preach nor talk about it unless he absolutely believes and or knows it is from God. Bless u Perry..

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    Fri Nov 20 2009

    I go to hear Perry Stone every chance I get. He is an annointed, Holy Ghost filled man of God. He is not afraid to preach the truth which is rare these days. I wish he pastored a church..I would go!

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    Tue Oct 06 2009

    What an idiot. He's best when he's "preaching" to a group of African-Americans. Perry actually thinks he's black. He assumes the mannerisms and dialect of African-Americans and looks and sounds like a fool....which actually makes him entertaining to watch, in spite of the fact he's a fucking idiot.

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    Tue Oct 06 2009

    Listen to him, I think he is right on the mark.

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    Mon Sep 07 2009

    I think this is the editor of The Daily Planet... if it isn't, based on the name, this must be "The biggest WASP of all time."

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    Sat Mar 28 2009

    IT BREAKS MY HEART To see children of God fight (children of god fighting each other) DEMONINATION are made by men not by GOD we are children of GOD are we are not . Ive been to CHURCHES where some, they did not know what to do with me others said Im going to HELL and I do not have a chance of going to Heaven at all OR others that do not want to change and get out of there confort Zone to see the lost come to christ I was raised out side the CHURCH BUT my grandfather brought Me to accept Jesus!!! as my personal savior when I was between 4 and 6 years old from then till i was 26 little to none of Gods word entered my life ,And clean me from the filth I got my self into Perry stone (pros) His message is sometimes out there ,But for a person like me been dead twice ,A glimce OF hell may 31 1977 and OF Heaven the Great Assembly To my crown that I cast at Jesus feet AND you talk about these things TO people CHURCH people also and they want to put you into A Funny Farm (they ... Read more

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    Sun Mar 15 2009

    Stone knows so much about the old testament and studies it continually and comes up with terrific knowedge that is in the bible that we haven't yet heard. He compares and connects the old with the new and finds the hidden truths that enlighten us. However,it is our choice if we agree with what he says or not. He informs us with what he finds and we are free to accept or reject his studies. He is a teacher and a prophet. I think you will enjoy his show,,,,Manifest.

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    Thu Mar 12 2009

    The NEWEST Pretrib Calendar Hal (serial polygamist) Lindsey and other pretrib-rapture-trafficking and Mayan-Calendar-hugging hucksters deserve the following message: "2012 may be YOUR latest date. It isn't MAYAN!" Actually, if it weren't for the 179-year-old, fringe-British-invented, American-merchandised pretribulation rapture bunco scheme, Hal might still be piloting a tugboat on the Mississippi. roly-poly Thomas Ice (Tim LaHaye's No. 1 strong-arm enforcer) might still be in his tiny folding-chair church which shares its firewall with a Texas saloon, Jack Van Impe might still be a jazz band musician, Tim LaHaye might still be titillating California matrons with his "Christian" sex manual, Grant Jeffrey might still be taking care of figures up in Canada, Chuck Missler might still be in mysterious hush-hush stuff that rocket scientists don't dare talk about, John Hagee might be making - and eating - world-record pizzas, and Jimmy ("Bye You" Rapture) Swaggart m... Read more

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    Thu Jan 01 2009

    I was awed by him with the "Rapture" series. Then I bought more tapes. Then the disgrace came! Selling communion? and the balony with Meals that Heal!... Naughty, Perry! "VENGANCE IS MINE SAITH THE LORD" My husband believed in you too, then after your farse stuff you started pulling; he went back to his old ways. Gave him an excuse to more or less say their all alike. Another thing is. In another tape about purging your house he says "snakes eat dust", why they stick their tongues out! WRONG! They stick out their tongues because their sensing body heat! Quit making up thing when you don't know the answer. Money, money, money all they think Benny Hinn, Swaggart, Tammy Baker and her fake wigs and make-up and many more crooks on TBN.

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    Sat Nov 15 2008

    Perry Stone is very interesting. He spends a great deal of his preaching on the Old Testament and the Jewish Laws and worship. He does not use much of the epistles of Paul in his preaching and teaching. Paul was the apostle to us Gentiles, and what he says to the believers are what we are to us for doctrine. The book of Romans and Ephesus are the foundation of the Gentile Church. Perry seems to stay in the Jewish traditions. Paul taught that Christ Died for our Sins, died on the cross,was buried and arose from the grave. He teaches us that someday Christ will return. He teaches use to put away the Jewish Law and Days.

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    Wed Sep 24 2008

    I watched him for the first time this week, and as someone with a degree in theology, I found his teaching to be heretical at certain points, and in the least laughable. He seems to operate from the most basic of Christian teachings, then expounding as he desires, making it up as he goes. His biblical quotes are proof texted, his examples incredibly over analyzed, and his facts always questionable. My friends and I had a lot of fun watching him try to support his ideas with faulty reasoning. If you do like what you are watching, I challenge you to look deeply into what he is saying, ask a pastor who actually has an education to help you understand it, and check what he is saying against the ancient creeds of the church that should give us the foundation of what we believe.

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    Sat Jul 19 2008

    Interesting teacher - better in person than on TV - has about 40,000 hours of personal Bible study. Great dad and Husband - known him for 28 years.

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    Sun Jun 29 2008

    IMO Perry Stone IS one of the most honest TV ministers there is. He doesn't beg for money every broadcast and I believe his teaching is Biblicaly sound. I'm sure there are some who disagree on this and thats ok. TV is not the only place Perry preaches and teaches. He is an Evangelist and preaches all over the U.S. I enjoy his teaching very much. I just wish his show would go to an hour long.

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    Sat Jun 07 2008

    When listening to any minister/priest, whether in church or at home watching on TV, it is your privilege and responsibility to verify the truth of what they say. Every time I have checked out Brother Perry Stone's teaching, I have found it to be enlightening. I believe that when the Lord gives you a "hearing heart", the blessed, precious Holy Spirit of Jesus Christ leads and guides you into all truth, or as much truth as you personally are able to comprehend at one time. I keep a record of my questions as I study my Bible/pray for understanding...and am amazed at how quickly and thoroughly understanding is given because I ask from a sincere desire to know and experience my Lord Jesus Christ. Perry Stone appeals to those who wish to be "one" with the Lord, whether they be Jew or Gentile. Isn't that what God truly desires? A united family of believers. My personal belief is that one is not a Christian/not a true faithing believer/do-er of God's Word if you do not accept the reali... Read more

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    Wed Jun 04 2008

    Perry stone is a very Godly man and i have had ,much of the same things given to me by God. We are starting to see some things at play here and no one takes it serious, you can have an own persnal opinion all you want but God will back his stuff up!!! I believe Perry is an awesome man of God and his family also and i give him my 1,0000000% blessing and support everyone would know the truth if they read their bible and actually tried praying to GOd God's words do not come back void!!! Obviously for him to speak the world into existince there was a purpose and something to come out of it and many people want to blame God for free will but honestly would you rather make someone Love you or hope they want to Love you and realize you for you???? Good job perry i will see you in greenwood!

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    Wed Apr 16 2008

    His obsession in finding that which is not there has become his trade mark. Studying the Bible does not imply looking for every possible interpretation of the smallest detail in order to support a particular and subjective theology. A word is a word, and can mean many things depending on the context in which is used. Therefore, a word can be used as a manipulative and distorting instrument to make a personal view justifiable. Words are being used for one purpose: build up sentence with the intention to convey an idea, thought or action. Spend more time in the meaning of the sentence than in a particular word, Perry!

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    Fri Apr 04 2008

    He is a great bible teacher! I saw him in person once and he is the real deal! He loves the Lord and so does his family and they are out doing Gods will until his return!

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    Sun Mar 02 2008

    Where does it say that quoting the Bible in itself proves anything? Satan quoted scripture to Jesus when he was tempted in the wilderness. Jesus answered with scripture and put everything in context. Scripture must be compared and contrasted with other parts of scripture and considered in context. If we do that,we are being faithful stewards of the word. Sadly, there are many Christians today who don't do that. They accept every word a man speaks as true. Even Perry makes mistakes. That does not make him evil, or a false teacher, it demonstrates he is human. We should check everything anyone says, not just Perry. A true man of God will not take offence if someone disagrees, or shows him another interpretation or even demonstrates he has not seen the whole picture. I trust Perry would have the grace to admit that where appropriate. Has anyone asked him about his series on life after death? I just wonder where he found most of that in the Bible, it was not clear from the way it was pre... Read more

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    Fri Feb 22 2008

    Perry Stone is a great preacher and teacher, filled with the spirit of God. He stays in the word and gives scriptur reference to everything he says. I have learned a lot from Perry since I started listening to him. The Lord really uses Perry and has revealed a lot of prophetic events through him. I really feel sorry for these people that are so judgemental.In my humble opinion maybe these people need another trip to the alter to get saved. Matthew 7:1. Judge not, that ye be not judged. For with what judgement ye judge, ye shall be judged: and with what measure ye mete, it shall be measured to you again. One person said a spirit led him away from Perry Stone. We need to be carefull of these spirits. One can be led by evil spirits because they don't want you to learn about the important things of the Lord and about his coming. 1 Timothy 4:1In latter times some shall depart from the faith,giving heed to seducing spirits, and doctrines of devils. Speaking lies in hypocrisy; having their ... Read more

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    Wed Feb 13 2008

    Most people will agree or disagree with a pastor or teacher or evangelist based on what they perceive to be correct or acceptable in their own theology. Most of these people will say "he/she tells it like it is" while never or hardly ever picking up the Bible and doing study on their own. I for one do not swallow everything I hear taught on TV or the radio until I do my own research in the Bible. Then if the Bible bears out what was taught, I say amen! but not until then.

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    Wed Feb 13 2008

    Some of us DO spend hours in the Word. Perhaps RuthAnnMartin should not be so quick to judge people she does not know. Trouble is Perry manages to find things that are just not there sometimes. He says a lot of interesting things, but often he's just plain wrong. We need to learn to check out what he says for ourselves, accept the good stuff and not be afraid to reject the bad and to say so. None of us is perfect, not even Perry, so let's be honest with each other. Does anyone believe he gets it right all the time? If they do, they are on shaky ground indeed.

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    Fri Feb 01 2008

    He has a real gift but I think he's going the way of Balaam and carousing around with the TBN crowd.  If you appear on TBN you've crossed over that line. Your message isn't soooo important that you compromise and appear with a bunch of crooks!

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    Sat Jan 26 2008

    the military has a quote, if your not catching flake your not over the target, so I am supposing Mr. Stone to be directly over the target, after reading some of the statements about him I cringe, after all God is hearing those word of discord and I wonder,,never mind read them all and let God sort them out, as for me, it is Perry Stone one of the few out there. so pray people for our teachers in this last days of time..Woman

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    Sun Jan 20 2008

    Perry Stone is a great bible teacher. I have never found fault with what he teaches and have learned a lot from him. I will continue to listen to his program. He teaches the truth, which, I know is hard for some people to take. Perhaps they should put the hours into study themselves. They might not be so quick to criticize.

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    Sun Jan 13 2008

    Perry keeps me hungry for Christian history and the word. He's helped me see so much of the bible.

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    Thu Dec 20 2007

    I can't take anyone seriously who refers to Oral Roberts as "Brother" and who goes on Paula White's program to hawk some special communion cups.  I sort of found his program interesting until these two things happened, then I knew he was nothing but WOF.

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    Mon Dec 17 2007

    I like Perry Stone. I noticed some negative stuff on google when I googled Perry's name. Nobody's perfect.As far as the Blessed Hope, also known as the Rapture, the Biblical basis for believing Christ will come and take His people off the earth before the Tribulation is 1 Corinthians 15:51-55; 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18; Revelation 4:1.Also Noah and Lot are a picture or type of the believer who gets rescued by God before God's judgment falls.

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    Sun Dec 16 2007

    Perry Stone preaches the rapture and there is no biblical basis for it. Meaning, no chapter detailing this secret second coming for born agains only. Before you start bashing, I am a former born-again so I know a little about what I am saying. And if he has such important info to help "save" lives, why does he charge? Should he not have enough faith in God to believe he will be provided for?

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    Wed Dec 05 2007

    It makes me sad to see people bashing a man of God. Perry is a cool guy, preaches Jesus, and loves the Lord, as for anything else, you may not agree, even though what he says is clearly backed by scripture, but for yours and the sake of the body, please don't divide by proclaiming critical thoughts about someone who is doing the Lord's work. God bless you guys.

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    Sun Nov 18 2007

    Very solid preacher and teacher. Gives biblical insight and teaching clearly and consisely. His propectic insight and teaching is clear, easy to understand and I believe right on! He is great with his visual artifacts, objects and teaching tools. I have the utmost confidence in him on his prophetic teaching. I am a Baptist believer but I have nothing bad to say about a fellow believer and warrior for the faith. Might be the current best of all prophecy experts out there. Really strong teacher on the imminency of the rapture.

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    Thu Nov 08 2007

    He teaches name it and claim it. I just heard him yesterday declaring he was "binding" someone's depression in Jesus name. That is crazy. We are under grace. He, like so many others try to claim Israel's promises for the church. They were under law, and we are not.

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    Tue Sep 11 2007

    Perry Stone is a no nonesense preacher...full of the MEAT of God's word.  His insight into Hebrew traditions as it relates to the rapture is extremely enlightning.  I have been blessed, and having gone to Bible college and studied the Word, I am no novice.  I find no fault with Perry's teaching.   He is a "right now" preacher.   Any one who can support a "liberal party that stands for the murder of full term babies being born (partial birth abortion) and homosexual marriage"  is ignorant of Gods word.  Proverbs 14:34 "Righteousness exalteth a nation but sin is a reproach to any people."