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Kenneth Copeland Stops During 7-Minute Self-Healing Prayer to Ask Where His Liver Is

by | Nov 13, 2019

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Remember when Paula White declared that whatever ground she walked on was “holy ground” because, well, she walked on it? Yeah, good times, good times. Now, Kenneth Copeland has declared that he will heal any part of the body that he touches — because, you know, these charismatics got it like that.

Copeland led his audience in a 7-minute self-healing prayer where each member of the audience repeated after him, saying “I call my [body part] well” while laying their own hand on that particular body part.

At one point during the prayer, Kenneth Copeland had to stop, turn around, and ask where his liver was. Too bad he can’t lay his hand on his brain and call it well.

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