this in the mail a little while back and I thought it would be interesting
for people to see that these folks at Toronto believe they can teach you
how to heal the sick. This is nothing new, because the "Happy Hunters"
have been holding How to Heal the Sick Seminars for many many years.
In fact, my wife and I attended one in Ohio, and got to work directly with
What will this conference do? First and foremost it will make a great deal of money for TACF. There was a cost to attend this meeting, $67.00 US, and seating was limited to only 4,000 people. This means if they fill the house to capacity (the times we have been to TACF it has been full) they took in $348,000.00 US dollars if the 4,000 folks were single. About, $220,000.00 USdollars if the 4,000 were married couples. Add to this an additional $48.00 US for the food package, an additional $172,000.00 US dollars. A possible grand total of $520,000 was made on a conference which has no biblical support to be held at all!
This flyer simply reminds me that the driving force behind this "revival" is the lust for money and power. Money on the part of the leaders, power on the part of the seekers. Read any of the articles by the Pensacola News Journal on the Pensacola "revival" and one quickly sees the money angle is very prominent.
Let me close this out by stating ICCDM
believes that our Lord does heal His people.
He does so according to His sovereign will. He does so according
to His Word, through the local Church leadership. We do not believe
He heals through alleged healingevangelists (no such animal
in the NT). Benny Hinn, Oral Roberts, Mahesh Chavda, David Hogan,
and others cannot provide any verifiable proof of their healing claims.
Nor do we believe that we can command healing into existence.
We do not endorse the concept that healing gifts can be imparted from one
person to another, nor do we believe that people can be taught how to heal
the sick, any more than they can be taught how to prophesy or speak in
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