shai linne talks about his song “Fal$e Teacher$”
Morningstar Ministries’ Recent Healing Conference
TBC Staff – EN
Mar 28 2013
[TBC: Rick Joyner's Morningstar Ministries recently held a Healing Conference and advertised the gathering with the following wording]:
Watch LIVE on MorningStarTV.com This Weekend!
March 21-23, 2013
“The emphasis of this conference is going to be deliverance, one of the most overlooked aspects of healing.” – Rick Joyner
Special Guests: Father Marc van Rossem, Dr. P.G. Vargis, and Aliss Cresswell
[TBC: Of the guests, Father Marc van Rossem is a Charismatic Catholic. He also does other engagements in which: "Fr. Marc Van Rossem from the Netherlands conducted this retreat, which led the retreatants into a deeper relationship with God [and] a strong focus on Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament which opened up our hearts to receiving the word that Fr. Marc spoke to us. Father Marc spoke on Healing and the Holy Eucharist and also Carthusian Sprituality: Finding God Inside the World.
“He shared with us how the example of the Desert Fathers can be relevant to us in our society. We must make time to spend in our “cell” (our time in prayer) to allow the Lord to change us and to enter into a deeper relationship with Him” (Newfoundland Catholic Renewal, On This Rock newsletter, Edition 5, 2007, p. 5)…
Who is having visions of Winnie the Pooh and a field of dreams?
“Listen! Our spiritual eyes can be found in the imagination. I believe that we can have Holy Ghost, sanctified fantasies….
Recently I heard the Holy Spirit say, “If you build it they will come,” and I remembered the movie Field of Dreams. As that well-known line came to my memory again and again, I kept thinking, if we dream it they will come, or if we’ll dream bigger and if we’ll be released to dream, they will come. There is something important about believers birthing and bringing forth – calling forth those things that be not as though they were through dreams – that paves the way for the unsaved to come to Jesus Christ. I’ll speak more about the field of dreams later.
There is an invitation in the spirit right now to dream with God, to lift our vision higher… Remember, God is retrieving dreams; He’s redeeming prophetic promises that go back even hundreds of years.”
Read more about dreams (and Winnie the Pooh too) here:
Your Imagination and the Fulfillment of Your Dreams By Todd Bentley
“God’s Dream”: A Deceptive Scheme?
By Warren B. Smith
(Excerpted from A “Wonderful” Deception, pp. 82-95.)
BENNY HINN’S SON ARRESTED FOR ASSAULTING MAN DURING BRAZIL EVENT, “LARGE SUM OF MONEY” MEANS NO CHARGES PRESSED
Evangelist Benny Hinn is known for his massive “healing” crusades which are held all over the world. Most recently, Hinn traveled to Brazil, where Benny Hinn Ministries (BHM) reports that “an amazing revival” is taking place.
During the 16 February crusade in Manaus, however, it is reported that Benny Hinn’s son, Joshua, was arrested, along with two of Hinn’s bodyguards, for assaulting a deaf man who tried to approach the stage …
Read more here:
BENNY HINN’S SON ARRESTED FOR ASSAULTING MAN DURING BRAZIL EVENT, “LARGE SUM OF MONEY” MEANS NO CHARGES PRESSED
It appears Rory and Wendy Alec of GOD TV are okay with Todd Bentley now.
Watch Todd Bentley On God TV Speaking about Lakeland, his fall: & restoration
Thanks to Benediction Blogs On [GOD TV is totally fine with Todd Bentley again] for alerting the sheep to the scent.
TODD BENTLEY: PUNCHING PREACHER
Warning – Bill Johnson and Bethel Church
by Andrew Strom
January 23, 2013
I am really hoping to make this the last of this type of article for awhile. Some people think I “love” putting out this stuff. But I honestly wish it would all go away, so we could get on with the ‘real’ work of building the kingdom.
However, Bill Johnson is doing such damage to the Body of Christ around the world that I simply cannot stay silent. In New Zealand (where I am currently) he holds a huge Conference once a year called “Manifest Presence”. This is amost certainly the biggest and most influential Christian conference in the whole country. And likewise in other nations, such as UK, Australia, Singapore, and many others. His influence is enormous.
Bill Johnson is a very charming man…
You may read more by clicking HERE.
The Gospel According to Bill Johnson
By James Smith – Sheffield UK
[Part 1 of a three part series]
SOURCE: Bene Diction Blogs On:
Lakeland: The Movie on YouTube
We Should Not Be At All Surprised
by James Jacob Prasch
Sept 27, 2012
Mark Stibbe, the UK proponent of Todd Bentley and every other deception based on neo-Gnostic mysticism and heresy, has been publicly reported to have abandoned his wife and children after promoting Todd Bentley who did the same. Stibbe had been leader of St. Andrews Chorleywood in the UK from where he and David Pytches promoted the Toronto counterfeit and the Kansas City false prophets including the homosexual alcoholic Paul Cain and sexual predator Bob Jones. After promoting Todd Bentley, Stibbe left St. Andrews to head a trust that supposedly is established to combat the problem of fatherless children. Ironically, but not surprisingly, in imitation of his hero Todd Bentley – Mr. Stibbe has gone into the enterprise of promulgating the problem. We should not be surprised.
The only thing of Christ that I have ever seen come out of St. Andrews are the godly believers who left it and its sister mental asylum Holy Trinity Brompton in utter disgust in response to the command of Christ in Revelation 18:4.
Now, the American neo-Gnostic and emergent church guru Brian McLaren who partnered with Rick Warren to forward and promote the book “The Emergent Church” by Dan Kimball has performed the same sex marriage ceremony for his homosexual son in Washington D.C. in the name of his Emergent Evangelicalism. According to Romans 1, both father and son are destined for eternal damnation unless they repent. But as with Mark Stibbe, when we observe the actions of Brian McLaren – once again, we should not be surprised.
Brian McLaren Leads Son’s Same-Sex Commitment Ceremony
“Oh what a tangled web we weave, When first we practice to deceive”
“Well, after a bit of a flurry, talk about Todd Bentley being banned from entering the UK might be dying down now in the blogosphere and English media.
Todd himself is unfazed. I am assuming that he is the one that posts on the “Fresh Fire USA” page on Facebook–it sounds like the way he expresses himself– and today, there is a post that his Norway crusade is going well. “National media reported a favourable story.” he posted.
But earlier on, he continued to be perturbed at the ban that prevents him from coming to Britain…”
Mr. Bentley’s disingenuous argument
Todd Bentley is newsworthy for all the wrong reasons
Well, Todd, you shouldn’t really complain when people assume you are truthful
Todd Bentley: Truly Misleading
*See more Todd Bentley research articles at Christian Research Service HERE.
British MP seeks to block B.C. evangelist’s entry
A controversial Canadian evangelist who attracted a huge U.S. following in 2008 before his sudden fall from grace is now under fire in Britain ahead of a planned tour that one London-area MP claims could bring physical harm to unwitting Christians in search of a faith-healing experience.
Todd Bentley, a 36-year-old preacher from Abbotsford, B.C., gained international attention four years ago when the charismatic sermoniser — heavily tattooed and a recovered drug addict — led a series of old-time Christian revival meetings in Florida that drew as many as 8,000 people a night during the summer of 2008.
Read more here:
“The con man [or woman] (or wolf in sheeps clothing) will look you straight in the eye and lie to you, telling you he’s a doctor if that’s what you need to hear – or a lawyer, or a police officer, or a businessperson….A con artist looks like a mother, a grandmother, a priest, a banker, an insurance salesman, a trustee, a photographer, an executive, a policeman, a doctor, a lawyer, a teacher, a mechanic, a craftsman, a diplomat, a foreign dignitary, a student. A con artist looks like me, a con artist looks like you….All in all, the con artist is a master psychologist. He is a psychological illusionist, able to convince anyone to viscerally believe in his illusions. (Chuck Whitlock, Chuck Whitlock’s Scam School, Macmillan, New York, NY, 1997, page 20).
Joshua Mills Gold Dust Prophetic
Golden Dust (Joshua Mills in Riga, Latvia)
Bill Johnson’s gold:
Huge Glory Cloud Bethel Church 11/13/11
Glory Cloud @ Bethel
BE CAREFUL SHEEP!!!!!!!!!!
This is how it’s done
Bethel’s Glory Cloud or Gold Glitter?
False Gold Dust “Miracles”
All That Glitters. . .
Gold Fillings and Truth Decay Toronto
by G. Richard Fisher
Joshua Mills: A Whale of a Fish Story
Documented proof that fish wear sunglasses
Gold Dust and Feathers at Bethel
Gold Dust Phenomena
Televangelist in Maryland Gets 27 Months for Fraud
A Maryland pastor and longtime televangelist, Robert J. Freeman, a.k.a Dr. Shine, is going to jail for 27 months and was ordered to pay $630,000 to four church members. The Washington Post reports that the ‘Gods Top Gun of deliverance’ pastor lied to bankruptcy courts and hid the church’s assets in order to avoid paying hundreds of thousands of dollars in debts.
Freeman, 56, also convinced church members to take out loans for his multiple cars and $1.75 million waterfront home with five fireplaces, a jet-ski lift and two four-car garages. When the church could not cover the bills, church members were on the hook for the debt, and in some cases lost their homes and jobs.
“You buy my books, DVDs, and trinkets. You send millions of dollars to me every month. You attend my church, crusades, and revivals, and watch me religiously everyday on TV. You talk about me more than Jesus Christ… When my crusade comes to town, you stand in line for hours in the heat, cold, and rain to see me….”
Read more about me here:
I Am A False Teacher!
Confessions of a Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing
Question: I don’t understand why Bill Johnson and Bethel Church in Redding are not classified as a cult (along with Word-Faith). They deny the deity of Christ, they deny the Scriptures and add to and subtract from them, their schools of ministry are lessons in how to operate in the occult and demonology (I was shocked when a friend told me what techniques they used). They are false teachers and wolves in sheep’s clothing. What do you think?
Response: Bill and Brenda Johnson are the Senior Pastors of Bethel Church in Redding, California. Bethel Church is firmly aligned with the Word-Faith movement and identifies with the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR), or the Third Wave Movement with its “prophets,” “apostles,” and alleged manifestions. Bill Johnson is called an “apostle” by C. Peter Wagner (See TBC 5/97, 2/07). His theology has amounted to what some call a “ de facto denial of the deity of Christ.”
More than at any time in the history of the world, people who profess to be Christian are claiming to see Jesus. Their claims include elaborate stories of how Jesus suddenly and physically appeared to them, spoke to them, and even took them into visions and visits to heaven. They back their claims with smiles and tears, along with subtle, well-rehearsed words to assure their listeners their stories are “real” and “true”.
Read more here:
In Whom Will You Trust? Todd Bentley or Jesus Christ?
Christian Research Service
Here is an update on John Crowders latest antics, from Sandy Simpson of Deception in the Church:
Just when I thought I had seen it all from Todd Bentley and friends, here is the latest DVD series from John Crowder…Supernatural phenomena discussed on this teaching set include:
Translation & Transportation
Talking with Animals
What next? Read about it here:
John Crowder, the new comic book hero of mysticism
See documentary on false prophet and wolf John Crowder by clicking HERE.
TBN’s legal spokesman didn’t have much to say this week other than “Paul Jr. has resigned from the organization to pursue other ministry work.”
Read about it here:
Paul Crouch Jr. abruptly leaves Trinity Broadcasting Network
Harold Camping says that the world is going to end today…
Harold Camping, the Christian broadcaster who boldly announced that the world would end on May 21, only to later say that he was “flabbergasted” when the rapture did not occur, is now telling everyone to get ready for the real rapture, which is set to occur on Oct. 21 – probably.
Some time after being released from a nursing home in June after suffering a stroke, Camping, released an audio message on Family Radio’s website saying, “We would have not been able to be used [by God] to bring about the tremendous event that occurred on May 21 of this year, which probably [will] be finished out on Oct. 21 that’s coming very shortly. That looks like it will be … the final end of everything.”
Harold Camping Update: Rapture Will ‘Probably’ Finish Oct. 21
Is there anyone who still follows this false prophet after his bad track record?
Harold Camping’s latest end-of-the-world prediction: Internet goes wild with bucket lists
Christianity Today reports on the bizarre world of Bentley…
‘Crazy, Bizarre, and Wonderful’
Such is the world of Todd Bentley and the Lakeland Revival of 2008, as depicted in new documentary.
Social media and satellite television now enable Christians around the world to follow spiritual events as never before. Probably the most notable example to date is the Lakeland Revival of 2008. So it’s only appropriate that we now have Lakeland, a documentary about the controversial, dynamic event led by pierced, tattooed Canadian evangelist Todd Bentley.
Read more here:
Just following the old tracks.
What next? First there was Todd Bentley practicing the BamBam method, now we see Rob Deluca using the BoomBoom technique.
Get Blasted with a Glory Bomb!
This is not the power or glory of God. This is a shameful mockery.
Be afflicted, and mourn, and weep: let your laughter be turned to mourning, and your joy to heaviness. James 4:9
About those televangelists, faith healers, and dealers who are wolves in sheeps clothing…
Sometime ago this question appeared in a local newspaper. It read: “Why don’t televangelists go to hospitals and cure people instead of just a few on TV?” Good question. To validate their message as being from God, Jesus, Peter and the other apostles healed unbelievers wherever they encountered them. Maybe today’s so-called healers don’t heal in public places like hospitals because contrary to their claims, they really can’t heal. Their ministry is more for show than for go.
Why are unbelievers not amazed by the miracles that faith healers pretend to do? As in Acts 3:1-11, why are people not “wondering” after the sick and lame who are healed? Perhaps it’s because there’s really nothing happening to wonder about.
Quote from Faith Healers and Dealers
The YouTube Prophet (aka…Getting High on Jesus)
The wolf pack seems to have called off one hunt…for now…
Albuquerque July 6-9 with Todd Bentley and Jason Hooper – POSTPONED
Has this got anything to do with Jason Hooper’s June 19th DUI arrest in Australia?
If it’s not one Morning Star wolf that needs ‘restoration’, it’s another.
“Jason Hooper, a neo-charismatic evangelist touring with a Hillsong guy in Australia, got off scott-free when he appeared before a judge. The maximum sentence 18 months in jail and a maximum fine of $3300. Hooper lost the right to drive in Australia for three years. New The sentence was described as a joke. The judge let Hooper off saying Hooper, recently part of Rick Joyners Morningstar Ministries was a “person of good character” under a lot of ‘ministerial pressure.”
Morningstar Ministries preacher Jason Hooper DUI arrest in Australia
Jason Hooper: Drunk Driving