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Pastor Ng’ang’a Reveals reason Why Benny Hinn Should Retire After Confessing to Giving False Prophecy

Pastor James Ng’ang’a of Neno Evangelism has voiced a suggestion for renowned evangelist Benny Hinn to consider stepping back from active ministry following Hinn’s public apology for making false prophecies.

Hinn, a prominent figure in the evangelical community, recently confessed to issuing inaccurate prophetic statements during his crusades, eliciting various responses from religious leaders and followers.

In a recent interview, Pastor Ng’ang’a explained that it’s not uncommon for long-serving men of God to face such challenges, particularly as they age.

“Benny Hinn is in his 70s and has been preaching for 50 years, so he may be lacking some anointing. The anointing of God doesn’t increase with age; rather, it diminishes to be passed on to younger individuals. At his stage, he should consider retiring from certain church activities,” suggested Ng’ang’a.

Ng’ang’a emphasized that despite being of the same age, Hinn’s longer tenure in ministry implies he has reached a juncture where transitioning to a different role within the church is appropriate.

“He should now be mentoring others, offering guidance on the right path, sharing his experiences, and highlighting pitfalls to avoid,” he said, underscoring the significance of mentorship and transferring wisdom to the next generation of church leaders.

During Benny Hinn’s visit to Kenya, Pastor Ng’ang’a attended one of his meetings and observed that Hinn appeared to struggle with his message.

“When he was in the country, I noticed he had difficulty delivering his message. Even the bishops who ministered that day stopped returning my calls. They were my friends, but now they don’t answer the phone after I openly expressed that Benny Hinn was struggling,” recounted Ng’ang’a.

Ng’ang’a believes such struggles are natural and signal the necessity for Hinn to step back from active ministry roles.

“This is normal, and it’s why Benny Hinn recently apologized and acknowledged that some of his statements were not from God,” he added.

When discussing his own future, Pastor Ng’ang’a stated that he has no plans to retire but will redirect his efforts.

“I won’t retire, but I will focus on blessing people. I will refrain from prophesying after 50 years of preaching,” he declared.