Believer's Voice of Victory (1985– )
"Kenneth Copeland" (original title)

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A religious show with Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, two of the most well-known televangelists today.

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Kenneth Copeland ...
 Himself (193 episodes, 2002-2015)
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A religious show with Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, two of the most well-known televangelists today.

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A show to watch religiously!
19 September 2005 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

I'm not religious but every time I am up late (it's on at 4:30 am over here) I tune in to Kenneth Copeland. It's one of my guilty little pleasures.

Kenny is one weird looking freak to begin with, and he has a hilarious voice. But what really makes him entertaining is the never ending blathering biblical nonsense that comes out of his mouth from the first to the last minute of his show.

Now, Kenny knows his bible. I remember one time that obvious fraud Benny Hinn was on the show, and Kenny was talking some stuff from the bible, and the charlatan Hinn clearly didn't have any clue what he was saying. So at least Kenny actually knows and believes what he's talking about rather than being just out to rip people off like Hinn.

But he talks such utter crap that you can't help but be entertained and charmed by this weird old coot.

Abide in the anointing, that's what I always say!

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