Last week I told you Pope Francis contacted Ken Copeland, the de facto head of the Word of Faith heretics. What I didn’t show you was the prayer Kenneth Copeland prayed for the pope.
Here it is. I moved the recording near the start of Copeland’s tongues. I had a problem with YouTube and could only get close. You’ll have to listen to the Pope for a couple of minutes.
Hmm. That prayer was in tongues. I’ll bet you couldn’t understand it. Well, I stumbled across a fellow who was gracious enough to provide us with a translation – that’s right, a translation of the prayer that Ken Copeland prayed! And now you can figure out if you want to say “amen” to that prayer.
Here, with a slight introduction, is a representative of “Fighting for the Faith” presenting the interpretation of Copeland’s prayer in tongues.
Okay, okay. That wasn’t really an interpretation. But that’s okay because Copeland wasn’t really speaking in a language – heavenly or otherwise.
But think about it. Why would a fellow who wants to be united “in faith” with the Roman Catholic Church be interested in obeying the instructions in 1 Corinthians? And more importantly, why would you be interested in following him?