IHOP regrets to inform their sheep that . . .
We are writing to let you know that Joyce Meyer, who was scheduled to be with us at Onething 2014, has had to cancel speaking at the conference due to some unforeseeable personal circumstances. Joyce expressed her regret to us that she is unable to be with us and has had to cancel her visit at the last minute.
Unfortunately, Phil Wickham and Kari Jobe will still be participating.
JOYCE MEYER CANCELS IHOP’S “ONETHING” APPEARANCE NEW YEAR’S EVE
Joyce Meyer -Are you paying attention-
“What is the International House of Prayer (IHOP)?”
The Dangers of the International House of Prayer
IS IHOP A CULT? ONE INTERN’S STORY
This is a Berean exposé of the spirit behind the Holy Ghost movie as another spirit and another Jesus, not the true Holy Spirit. Most of the people in the movie also supported Brownsville, Toronto blessing, and Lakeland (Todd Bentley).
Tracking Todd Bentley through the yellow light. . .
. . . and back to home territory, again, to tell the sheep all about Bob and friends . . .
Have you heard about the new Holy Ghost film, featuring signs & wonders preacher Bill Johnson and involving Brian Head Welsh of Korn?
Is this something that the sheep should flock to? Can you discern truth from error?
Find out all about it here:
“THE HOLY SPIRIT MAKES A MOVIE? I DON’T THINK SO . . .”
No scripture supports the following statement by Rick Joyner …
“I think everyone of God’s people are supposed to be able to enter into the heavenly realm and then to return with evidence of heavens reality and authority over everything on earth….”
Like Ebola and ‘regions of radiation’ . . .
Mark Chironna’s New Age/Quantum Mysticism at Bethel Redding Conference
In 2012 the book, The Physics of Heaven, was released. Shocking in its enthusiasm for quantum physics/quantum mysticism, and in its lack of discernment about New Age practices, the book has the approval and participation of Bethel Church of Redding’s movers and shakers. Bethel leader Bill Johnson contributed a chapter to the book, as did his wife, Beni Johnson. The Physics of Heaven is co-authored by Judy Franklin, Bill Johnson’s personal assistant. The foreword is written by Kris Vallotton, Senior Associate Leader at Bethel.
As disturbing as The Physics of Heaven is, at least the book serves as a warning that Bill Johnson and Bethel (and others) are heading toward a New Age/quantum mysticism understanding of God. 
Before we get to Mark Chironna and the quantum heresy he spewed out during a Bethel conference–with the full approval of Bill Johnson–let us briefly define terms.
Read more here:
“More and more professing Christians are uniting with wolves in sheep’s clothing. Likewise, wolves and wolverines are joining forces with wolves from different wolf packs. The pack is growing. It’s getting stronger – and they’re cunning! False teachers now play a major role in the Christian community. As I mentioned above, in order to transform society into the kingdom of God on earth, wolves and wolverines must control things, such as entertainment; government; education; business/economy; media; and family – they’re heavily involved in pro-family organizations.”
- Marsha West, The Prosperity Priestess and the pied pieper of IHOP
Some of the names referred to in the above article include . . . Joyce Meyer, Mike Bickle, IHOP, Kansas City Prophets, and Francis Chan. Read it here:
SOURCE: Touch Not my Anointed
“Touch Not Mine Anointed”
by Kevin Reeves
Touch not my anointed!
Recently Todd Bentley was back in his old territory – laughing, shaking, laying hands, yelling shaka bam bam bam and trying to knock and blow people down.
Todd Bentley – The Torch of Revival (part 2) WW June 25, 2014
The true mark of false teachers and wolves in sheeps clothing is that they
feed fleece the flock that can’t even stomach milk with smiles and sweet nothings.
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Victoria Osteen Ripped for Telling Church ‘Just Do Good For Your Own Self'; Worship Is Not for God, ‘You’re Doing it for Yourself’
Cold Reading – Beni Johnson (“It really does work”)
(It really doesn’t always work.)
At the blog of Bethel Sozo Research Group, those sheep who seek the truth can research about the roots of “Sozo Healing,” Bethel Church, Bill Johnson, Toronto Blessing, Jesus Culture and more.
New at the official blog of Bethel Sozo Research Group:
Beni Johnson posts another photo of herself on Instagram in cemetery
Bethel’s Bill Johnson: “Jesus was so empty of Divine capacity…”
Bill Johnson is an effective purveyor of kenosis, the heretical teaching that Christ operated on earth solely as a man, with no “Divine capacity” whatsoever. Every miracle, every healing that Christ performed, according to Johnson, came about through the power of the Holy Spirit. Therefore, Johnson teaches, we can all perform healings and miracles, since we also have access to the Holy Spirit.
Thus Johnson’s kenosis doctrine serves to reduce the biblical Christ and elevate man. As Bob Dewaay points out:
“Jesus is no longer unique, but only a special enlightened one who could lead the way to many such enlightened ones in the future. Thus we have a New Age Christ.” 
Kenosis comes from a misunderstanding of Philippians 2:7: …but emptied Himself, taking the form of a bond-servant, and being made in the likeness of men. . .
JAMES GOLL’S ANGEL VISITATIONS, ORBS, AND NEW AUDIBLE PROPEHCY FROM “JESUS”
Warning: This is quite possibly the most demonic video program I have ever seen, and I don’t say this lightly.
I was scrolling through my news feed and saw this “By His Stripes We Are Healed” headline on WND, where It’s Supernatural’s host Sid Roth airs a popular video report. Today Roth introduces us to a seer and prophet James Goll, who claims Jesus Himself taught Goll how to heal.
“The first prophecy I ever heard came out of my own mouth,” Goll begins, as Roth excitedly probes him about his own testimony before asking about Goll’s latest vision…
Recentley James Goll endorsed a book by Stacey Campbell called Ecstatic Prophecy:
THIS IN JUST A FEW MINUTES AGO . . .
To Canada! It will be a Amazing week of new & old connections, healing and restoration in Abbotsford/Fraser valley. June 25 & 27 @ Windword
IN TWO MORE DAYS:
You are all invited to come to these supernaturally packed nights in the presence of God on
Wednesday, June 25 at 7pm
Friday, June 27 at 7pm
Special meet and Greet: Wednesday, June 25 at 10 AM pastors are invited to have coffee
and fellowship with Todd Bentley at WindWord
26460 52nd Ave. Langley, BC V4W 1N6
‘Bad boy’ faith healer returns to Metro
Have you read this book called Ecstatic Prophecy by Stacey Campbell?
This book’s foreword is written by Bill Johnson and it is endorsed by various voices of the false prophetic movement such as James Goll, and Heidi Baker of the recent strange fish prophecy. . .
On page 29 of Ecstatic Prophecy (which you can find here), Campbell writes that Ecstatic prophecy, to quote David Aune (professor of theology at Loyola University of Chicago), is a form of possession trance. The physical possession, she writes, is as real as the spiritual possession, sometimes occurring against or above the prophet’s will. She then goes on to say that Christian mystics through the ages have experienced such visible ecstasy as hers, in the form of drunkenness, jerks, transports and violent shaking.
But the Bible teaches that the spirits of prophets are subject to prophets (1 Cor. 14:32). This means that a Christian is not so overwhelmed by prophecy that they writhe and jerk as in demon possession. When the Spirit of God moves upon us, we are still in control of how to exercise our spiritual gift. We surrender to the prompting and power of the Holy Spirit in obedience. He does not control us and embarrass us, like a demon would, but guides and directs us in a manner that always glorifies Jesus Christ. The Holy Spirit will not overtake and make his children shake and give crazy prophecies that don’t come true, for which we must later apologize.
Shame on the wolves in sheep’s clothing who teach the sheep falsehoods about the gifts from the Good Shepherd who loves them. The Father gives good and perfect gifts to his children, not destructive ‘gifts’ of drunkenness, jerking, and violent shaking. The Bible tells us so, as in Luke 11:13, Matthew 7:11, and James 1:17. Dear sheep, please read the Bible to discern His gifts, not books written and endorsed by false prophets.
Six years after the head shaking false prophecy over Todd Bentley, which she later apologized for, Stacey Campbell is still being given the platform to share more ecstatic head shaking prophecies.
January 2014 . . .
Holy Spirit prophesy? Or ecstatic Kundalini spirit . . .
In a series of events with Brent Borthwick, Transform and Windword sheep . . .
Todd Bentley is coming to Windword! He’s going to be in the Fraser Valley for restoration, healing, and miracles. You are all invited to come to this supernaturally packed night in the presence of God:
7pm Wed. June 25th, 2014
10am Wed. June 25th, pastors are invited to have coffee and fellowship with Todd at Windword.
A word to the wise . . . the wise may not be welcome.
(Thank you Leo.)
UPDATE: Also see:
Todd Bentley sneaks back in to British Columbia
Also, read more about Bentley’s connections to Borthwick, whose church he will be performing at on June 25, by following the links here:
JUSTIN PETERS CALLS OUT BAM BAM BENTLEY, EPIC MOMENT. http://pulpitandpen.org/2014/06/05/justin-peters-calls-out-bam-bam-bentley-epic-moment/
A ‘new’ revival center venture has just been started up, with a little conference here and a little begging for money there, you never know when or where the next virtual revival with hit. Read about it here:
Rick Joyner downsizes, Todd Bentley upsizes?
Todd Bentley: I need $10,000 NOW!
*Here is a refresher from Bentley’s past revivals…
But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction. 2 Peter 2:1
A Bridge to the New Age?
Bill Johnson has an interesting teaching about Christ that can be seen as a bridge between the two belief systems—New Age and biblical Christianity.
Johnson believes in a teaching called kenosis, an unorthodox heretical belief that the Incarnate Christ laid aside His divine attributes and walked the earth as a completely limited, human man.13 According to Johnson, Christ “performed miracles, wonders, and signs, as a man in right relationship to God . . . not as God. If He performed miracles because He was God, then they would be unobtainable for us. But if He did them as a man, I am responsible to pursue His lifestyle. Recapturing this simple truth changes everything.”14
In other words, Bill Johnson believes the miracles Jesus performed came about because He, as a man, and only as a man, had access to the power of the Holy Spirit. Therefore, Johnson teaches that Christians should be capable of wondrous feats of healing and miracles due to our own relationship with the Holy Spirit.
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Jenn Johnson – Holy Spirit is like a Sneaky Blue Genie . . .
THIS is Sound Doctrine? Are you Kidding Me????
Who is the Holy Spirit?
Are we supposed to pray for the wolves?
Imagine if you will, the following scenario:
A shepherd guarding his sheep observes a wolf among the flock cloaked in sheepskin. He stands up and yells “Wolf! Wolf! Run! Run!” And immediately the sheep begin to scatter, but not all. A small group turn to the sheep dog and, with an arrogant smirk plastered across their faces, respond, “But did you pray for the wolf?”
Bewildered as to why these sheep were ignoring his warning, the shepherd reiterates the danger of the wolf’s presence with an even more impassioned plea for the sheep to escape the impending doom that’s about to befall them. However, they stand firm and go back to their grazing on the plush green grass beneath their feet.
Mumblings of,”Who is he to judge?” and, “As for me I’ll be praying for the wolf” can be heard among them as they reassure themselves of their peace and safety while the wolf takes them out one by one until there are none left.
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NAR Prophet Bob Jones Dies
Bob Jones, a prominent prophet in the New Apostolic Reformation movement, died Friday, February 14.
Jones’ prophetic words, given over four decades, influenced many leaders in the New Apostolic Reformation movement, including Mike Bickle, founder of the International House of Prayer (IHOP) in Kansas City, Missouri. Bickle details Jones’ influence on the history of IHOP in a video posted on the IHOP web site.
In the video, Bickle refers to Jones as “a very important prophetic man, at least in my life, and in the early days of this movement.” Bickle describes how Jones prophesied to him, in 1983, that God was going to raise up worldwide a young adult prayer movement led by prophetic singers and musicians in Kansas City. Jones claimed to have had 100 “open visions” giving him revelation about this movement.
Though Bickle was, at first, skeptical of Jones–and even wondered if Jones was a false prophet–he became convinced that Jones was a true prophet when Jones accurately predicted a snowfall on March 21, 1983, after several weeks of unseasonably warm weather…