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F4F | Francis Chan's Undocumented Claims of Healing

F4F | Francis Chan's Undocumented Claims of Healing

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Glenn Robinson - posted on February 21, 2020 9:16 pm

All these ppl like Copeland, Hinn, Cleflo Dollar, Todd White, Francis Chan, John Macarthur and a multitude more are without question tools in satan's hands to distract God's people, and, if he(the devil) could lead God's ppl down the garden track.

Liz Gee - posted on February 22, 2020 1:10 am

Chan has gone into the heretical no doubt. He also favours the Catholic eucharist over Biblical communion.

Yeshua Lord of All - posted on February 22, 2020 2:19 am

All of you in the comment section who are Christians and berating a brother in Christ should be ashamed of yourself. I dont know if Chan is lying about the healings, or not and neither do any of you. God can and does heal, if you don't believe that then why are you even a Christian? I swear thr amout of people that claim to follow Christ, but deny half of whats in the Bible is just insane to me.

Franz Klein - posted on February 22, 2020 8:06 am

Unfortunately, Brown displays the expected attributes of a Jew. Promotes subjectivism by shooting down any kind of discernment in the name of just "being nice" and boiling things down to ridiculous simplistic straw men, makes himself the victim and brands his persecution – "hyper criticism" to him means ANY criticism.

Mu Mu - posted on February 22, 2020 9:03 am

52 years? He doesn't age!

MP R - posted on February 22, 2020 10:47 am

So, Francis Chan, his family, and all of his ministry team did Not have a "Cell/Smart phone" that could record the healings?? Because we all know that everyone goes on mission trips without phones, video recorders, and cameras 🤣🤣🤣

CJF Stander - posted on February 22, 2020 11:12 am

What great actors these people are.
And the oscar goes to….👏👏👏

Cärlos Dänger - posted on February 22, 2020 1:19 pm

MBI has been going down the tubes increasingly so in the past few years. Once I saw the guest list of speakers at this event, I saw just how far they have gone. I rarely listen to KMBI anymore, and only just for well-established pastors I already know. Even our local morning show is pretty bad.

Justin Tomasello - posted on February 22, 2020 5:06 pm

How would you get evidence of this?

Tejay Wilsson - posted on February 23, 2020 3:32 am

Is Chan perhaps christened to assume the mantle of the defrocked Todd Bentley??? Hmmmmm

Maryam Maghen - posted on February 23, 2020 12:24 pm

It’s awfully convenient that Chan’s “miracles” were performed in Myanmar, where the press and physicians can’t verify their authenticity. My challenge to Chan is to heal people in the United States. In my opinion, he’s performing parlor tricks, much like his Charismatic counterparts. I believe that Chan is a self-aggrandizing, pathologically narcissistic false teacher who loves being the center of attention.

Jay jay dynomite - posted on February 23, 2020 7:56 pm

Waiting on the US “ Children’s hospital” tour of this healing…. still waiting…. really have some kids waiting for this…

Sam Medley - posted on February 23, 2020 8:41 pm

He wasn’t the only one on that mission trip. One of the leaders of my church was with him on that trip to Myanmar and spoke the same stories. Apparently, there were a lot of people on that trip.
I found the claims doubtful, especially because it seems that no one could provide evidence other than their own words.
Could these healings have happened? Absolutely! But it’s a shame that no one could provide evidence of any kind. How amazing would it have been to see hard evidence of verified healings on that trip? Like I said, there is doubt surrounding it.

יהוה I Am יהוה - posted on February 23, 2020 9:58 pm

Mathew 10:7, 8

7As you go, preach this message: ‘The kingdom of heaven is near.’ 8Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers, drive out demons. Freely you have received; freely give.

Jesus commands us to do these things and I personally have experienced praying for someone and they were healed. If you are sitting on youtube just trying to deny what Jesus told us to do, then not only are you wasting time but you are doing the Anti-Christ's work for him. Jesus Heals period.

Jordan K. - posted on February 24, 2020 6:58 am

Not confirming or denying Chan's claims. But as someone who works in ministry in an underdeveloped country I'd like to point out two things 1) documentation in these places is not easy. It's unlikely that a family in a remote village would have any kind of documents saying that their child was preciously deaf or to what extent. I know because I work in these exact kind of places 2) videoing ministry can often seem very exploitative too the people you are ministering too. I have personally seen cases where a hyper charismatic group was filming everything and several villages reacted to it and no longer wanted visits from christian workers.

Kuuipo Jones - posted on February 24, 2020 4:58 pm

Micheal Brown is causing division!! Just with his statement alone! And I think that’s great if Chan was used to heal people but it should be confirmed Jesus confirmed every healing through his disciples, of course if the had camera phones they would have used them and done a video for us

Isaac Anyimiah - posted on February 25, 2020 4:05 am

It is quite funny how Dr. Brown mentioned "some critics" being upset with the healings and then you equate that to mean he is talking about you.

From Dr Brown's comment, I don't see how he is specifically referring to you and yet you are so extremely critical of him.

I think that Dr Brown makes some mistakes – Like with the Tarot cards interview. However, could it be that you have also made some mistakes? Probably because of your biases against him.

Some times, when I watch you, I feel like your only desire is to tear down Dr. Brown. I say this as a concerned brother. I don't support Dr. Brown in everything and I am sure you and I probably have some disagreements. But please consider what I am saying. Is it not the case that when it comes to Dr. Brown you scrutinize him hyper critically?

Gary Daniel - posted on February 25, 2020 5:46 am

They hadn't heard about Jesus? Yeah, they were deaf.

Practical Faith - posted on February 25, 2020 10:45 am

Why don't you get on a plane and go to the village and talk to the family? This is not a "faith-healer" who lives in a multi-million dollar mansion. He sold his house to move into a smaller one so he could give more money away. He's risking his life to get the Gospel to the unreached. And yet we sit behind our computers and condemn him and demand evidence. Maybe if we would actually get out there and make an effort to preach where Christ hasn't been named, we would see some miracles too. On top of that, I noticed the LACK of any Scripture to support your condemnation of healings.

1Eye Inc. - posted on February 26, 2020 7:16 am

In the Gospel of John, the parents of the man born blind were asked by the Judeans that this was indeed their son. Jesus told the lepers to go to the priest for inspection. Jesus was seen by more than 500 brothers after the resurrection. It seems to me Jesus and the apostles were not averse to providing proof of miracles.
I videotaped a Bat Mitzvah for a Messianic service. The girl was born on a day it snowed. On the day of her event, planned months in advance, it snowed. It only snows maybe 2-3 times a year here if that. It may not be a huge miracle, but I do have proof! God is good!

Blood bought Big Phil R - posted on February 26, 2020 1:02 pm

Believe God does heal miraculously today. However, completely sceptical of Chan's claims. He's not to be trusted. A Lordship works salvationist, a Romanising ecumaniac and friend to hypercharismatic charlatans and Kundalini Serpent spirit channellers, becoming more and more like them. Epitomises all that is wrong with the contemporary professing church. I doubt if he is even saved.

Caitlin Ferguson - posted on February 27, 2020 7:05 am

His voice…

Matthew Craig - posted on February 27, 2020 1:39 pm

Sneaky squid doctrine???
I thought Beni Johnson's waky wakey whacky Angels on Tehachipi Pasa was whacky but this is just plain nuts! These people are getting whackier by the day.

free in Him - posted on February 29, 2020 9:16 pm

He says every person he touched was healed, so maybe he didn't touch anyone?

Carmen Siekierke - posted on February 29, 2020 9:19 pm

All these self-proclaimed healers……..put your hands on the people who are dying of coronavirus.

J-Life - posted on March 3, 2020 2:04 pm

I like your show , I do however in a nut shell they are saying God healed these people and your saying okay prove it??? Chan is not a Nar or into prosperity Gospel, he just gave up his home AGAIN and his finances to go preach the Gospel, he may be emotional and dramatic but he is born again! I just wonder why? Why would you pick him to roast?? Because that's what this show has turned into ,a Christian Roasting show!!! Wow , I wager you wouldn't believe if he had documentation. Please pray before you make fun!!!

Kris Daley - posted on March 5, 2020 1:19 am

When he was at bayside church in granite bay. I swear he said he was jesus.

Regina Snuffer - posted on March 5, 2020 2:08 am

You criticize others and bring condemnation on yourself. You are not doing God's work. You need to examine your heart and motives and repent before God for making a "career" out of judging, mocking, making fun of, and putting others down. How would you measure up if someone examined your life and put it out there for everyone to see?! Are you called to be a judge of all preachers? Judge not, lest you be judged. You will answer to God for every idle word spoken during your videos.

Kenny Bryson - posted on March 5, 2020 8:25 pm

Let’s do a recap of Francis Chan’s ministry. He’s made millions and gave it all to those in need. He’s never lived the millionaire lifestyle like soooo many other “preachers.” He lived in a small trailer with his large family and would still take in homeless people. He’s adopted a girl. And now, he’s moving his family to a country where diseases are running rampant, persecution is likely, very dangerous for him and his family, just to share the gospel of Jesus to unreached people. Yeah….. seems pretty shady to me.

Elaine Adams - posted on March 6, 2020 2:32 am

Francis has the fruit of being a follower of Jesus, He is not the one messed up, You sir are a pharisee.

bryant cummings - posted on March 7, 2020 10:15 am

….if he stepped down to the woman interpreting sign language in the front, and told her, "God's got this!" and healed the deaf in attendance at Moody. How cool would THAT have been?

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