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Coronavirus Kills “Faith Healer” After Kenneth Copeland Declared it Wouldn’t

by | Feb 15, 2021 | heresy, News, The Church, Theology | 0 comments

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Charismatic charlatan and faux “faith healer,” Kenneth Copeland, got a warning of God’s wrath to come if he continues to blaspheme God and speak presumptuous false prophecies in His name after one of his allies and fellow “faith healer” dies of the coronavirus.

Friday night, the family of Frederick K.C. Price took to Twitter to announce the death of the 89-year-old prosperity gospel televangelist.

Prior to Price’s death, Copeland took to Facebook to presume and proclaim Price’s victory over the coronavirus stating, “What a man of God! What a man of faith and power! I don’t believe this disease can kill him.”

Of course, God showed him otherwise — and in the Words of Jesus himself, “…unless you repent, you will all likewise perish.”

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Early last year, Copeland made headlines as he took to his televised stage to demand and instruct God to “send a heatwave” to destroy the virus.

“My Father, the Almighty God, the El Shaddai God, the God who is almighty. He’s more than enough. He is the miracle-working God. Today, we speak to this atmosphere, from the State of Washington to the State of Maine, from Southern California to Brownsville, Texas … and wherever else in the world it’s needed,” Copeland and his team began to declare.

“Wind, almighty strong south wind, heat, burn this thing in the name of Jesus. Satan you bow your knees, you fall on your face, COVID-19 … I blow the wind of God on you. You are destroyed forever and you will never be back. Thank you, Lord God. Let it happen. Cause it to happen. The wind of God, it doesn’t have to be a fast wind,” Copeland said.

“This thing is going to hit in New Orleans,” Copeland continued, “It hates heat. It hates humidity, it hates water. It just dies. It’s even better, I just heard the Lord say this ’cause I’ve witnessed it, it’s even better if there is no wind at all … just enough heat to keep from killing them people in New York City,” he chuckled.

Instead, God sent a snow storm and tornadoes, once again, mocking prophet of Baal.

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