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Interesting Observation of Hagee

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Submitted by Larry Oakes (United States), Oct 14, 2008 at 15:14

It's interesting to note, that after a typical long, fire and brimstone exhaultation by Pastor Hagee, at the point when his voice is loud, and the audience is stimulated, Pastor Hagee frequently says "Give Him Praise in the House of the Lord". The audience applauds very loudly. However, I think this is just theatre. I think Hagee is just asking for the large audience to clap for him. He's devised a clever way to ask for his own praise by calling on Christians to 'clap" for the Lord.

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