keeping a watchful eye on the wolves

Tracking Todd Bentley to LA

He is on the move and taking the anointing to California…

Todd Bentley to Open Portals in LA with Che Ahn
Todd Bentley will be arriving in California for meetings being called “33 Nights (Knights?) of Glory” and being  held at the Ambassador Auditorium and hosted by Harvest International Ministry and Che Ahn.

Speakers include Bill Johnson, Cindy Jacobs, Stacey Campbell and Jim Goll.  Todd is speaking for 3 nights, July 26, 27, and 28.

Is Todd Bentley preparing to open a new portal for angelic visitations in Pasadena?

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14 responses

  1. What about 33 degrees of Masonry?


    Time out for a laugh!
    Pagan festival ~ Holy Ghost Parties ~ Gatekeepers ~ Portals, Wormholes Star Gates ~ Tribal Dancing ~ WELCOME TO OUR CHURCH LEADERS OF TODAY!
    Holliday: I have ministered to former witches and wizards and they all testify of their ability to “Soul Travel, fly, or astral project, also known as remote viewing. This is a witchcraft power found in the Bible in Ezek 13:20 “Therefore thus saith the Lord GOD; Behold, I am against your pillows, wherewith ye there hunt the souls to make them fly, and I will tear them from your arms, and will let the souls go, even the souls that ye hunt to make them fly .”
    Bob Jones’ spiritual experiences are extraordinary to say the least. They consist of “Voices,” “angels,” and “translations to heaven” which give him revelations that are not only contrary to Scripture but are easily categorized as of the New Age variety of spirituality. Jones is whom Todd Bentley looks to as a senior prophet and mentor.
    Mike Bickle a close friend of Jones relates the degree of supernatural visitation Bob Jones received nightly: “You know, I’m going to tell you something about Bob. Ever since that time in ’74 when he was filled with the Holy Spirit he began to see the Technicolor visions and the Lord began to visit him. Since that time he has seen many, many times, five, ten visions and dreams a night. And when I first met him, I couldn’t hardly comprehend that. I said, “Five or ten a night!” He said, “Oh, yes, all the time. Sometimes more, some¬times three or four” (Mike Bickle, Visions and Revelations, 1988 )
    Mike Bickle explains the level of spiritual warfare Jones often experiences (Vineyard in Anaheim, CA in 1989): “Bob Jones has come to me several times after ministry . . . you may not believe this, but it’s true, where . . . he’s… went to bed at night and woke up the next morning with a big red streak across his face or a big cut, gash on his arm. He’d say, ‘They got me last night’. He was at warfare in the realm of trances and visions and there was marks left on his body.” (Discernment newsletter vol.1. 4 1990)
    If you have marks on your body from sleeping and entering demonic warfare during that time you have some very serious spiritual problems.
    Todd Bentley, Bob Jones, and Patricia King Practice Astral Projection
    Bob Jones claims that when he was nine years old living in Arkansas, an angel carrying a “great trumpet” came riding down from the sky on a white horse and stopped before him in the middle of a dirt road. Four years later, at age thirteen, he claims he was escorted to the throne room of God in heaven (like Cerullo and others). Mike Bickle asked him in a dialogue “You say that you saw the throne room?” “. . . What did it look like?” Jones- “It looked like gold and it looked like light and it was a light not like the light you see here which is artificial,” he responded, adding that the light, the glory of the Lord, frightened him. There was a “guide,” that he identified as “the angel of the Lord” who protected him from danger by standing between him and the throne by filtering the rays from God as if the angel was “like red sunglasses.” He said that he later understood that this was God’s way of calling and commissioning him for their new important earth-changing work that could go out from America’s Midwest.”
    Bob DeWaay writes, “In a bizarre You video of “prophet” Patricia King’s TV program, fellow “prophet” Bob Jones and revivalist Todd Bentley discuss the practice of visiting “the third heaven”. Jones also professes to have taught Bentley and King the practice. [i] In the clip from her aptly-titled show, “Extreme Prophetic” (which has been viewed more than 50,000 times), she introduces Jones as a seer: “Many people don’t understand seer prophets because they see visions and revelations and supernatural encounters and mystical experiences, and Bob Jones in our day, I think, is one of the champions of the seer realm. In fact, as a prophet he’s probably the most accurate prophet in our generation, but he is going to share some insights with us.” King evidently has low standards for accuracy. In 1997 Jones prophesied that an earthquake would destroy Los Angeles and that terrorists with nuclear bombs would also attack the city.[ii] He told Christians to flee, which means he considered the events to be imminent.
    Pat Holliday

    July 26, 2008 at 4:48 am

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  3. I just found this blog entry, and have not yet checked out the rest of your blog. I hope you are not posting Bentley’s travels because you are a follower of his, as he is an EXTREME false prophet. For more information on him, I refer you to the following article, which is strongly worded, but none the less accurate: God Bless you on your quest for Christ!

    July 26, 2008 at 12:01 pm

  4. sheepyweepy

    A follower of Bentley? Not a chance.

    Check out the rest of this blog.

    By the way, are you are freemason? You may find this interesting:

    July 26, 2008 at 2:28 pm

  5. James Galyon

    I just posted on Bentley yesterday and saw your post today on WordPress.

    Bentley is definitely a wolf.

    July 27, 2008 at 2:29 am

  6. So who is Todd Bentley?

    July 27, 2008 at 3:52 am

  7. sheepyweepy

    James, that he is.

    Archie, if you really don’t know, consider yourself blessed.

    July 27, 2008 at 4:25 am

  8. Bentley may be in LA, but we got Benny Hinn in Houston! God save us.

    July 28, 2008 at 2:27 pm

  9. Sheepyweepy: Thanks, I am a Freemason, and I did check out that site on Freemasonry that you posted. And while I did not pour over the entire site, I did read enough to state with all certainty that their knowledge of Masonry and Christian Doctrine is quite flawed.

    In the understanding of Freemasonry, the site says that the candidate is resurrected. If this were true it would be an attempt to make the candidate like Christ and would be utter blasphemy. Fortunately, this is not the case. The candidate does represent the character Hiram Abiff, who is mentioned several times in The Bible as Solomon’s builder for his Temple, and does participate in fictitious events designed to teach moral lessons. But at no time is the candidate resurrected. The body is raised or in modern terms exhumed from a shallow grave dug by his murderer so that it can be given a proper burial ceremony, in consecrated ground, according to Jewish custom.

    As to doctrine, this site takes a flawed view of baptism, mixing the sacred with the secular. The author of the site quotes two different definitions of baptism from a dictionary.

    The first is the Christian definition of water baptism as the cleansing of sin and entrance into Christ’s church. This is fine. But then they quote a secular definition: Any experience that cleanses a person or introduces him into a new kind of life.

    This is obviously a secular definition that has nothing to do with Christianity. If Christians were to apply this definition, it would require us from doing anything that might introduce us to a new life such as graduating from high school or college, moving to a new city, having children, or even getting married, which is a sacrament of the church!

    This is not the first group of well meaning but uninformed people I have seen that have tried to help Masons because they think we are committing some kind of sin because of our membership in our fraternity. I assure you there is no need for alarm. Masonry is merely a fraternity for good, upstanding men to associate with one another, practice their moral beliefs, and become even better men in the process. For further information, I would seggest you check this link:

    July 29, 2008 at 1:31 am

    • Checkerbored

      If you’re a Mason, you need to repent FAST. And seek deliverance ministry as soon as possible. I urge you in the name of the Lord.

      March 15, 2011 at 6:51 pm

    • Checkerbored

      Which level of Masonry have you attained? If you’re only low level, you may not realise the immense deception you’re under.

      March 15, 2011 at 6:52 pm

  10. sheepyweepy

    Hello men4god,

    Thanks for taking the time to check out the link. So many people who comment here are on a one track rant and don’t bother.

    Just a comment to your statement:

    “Masonry is merely a fraternity for good, upstanding men to associate with one another, practice their moral beliefs, and become even better men in the process.”

    It may be a fraternity to help men do good, but the same thing can also be said about many Non-Christian organizations (and even some cults).

    I don’t know much about the subject, but a friend of mine tells me that the Mormons get their temple practices from the Freemasons, and that once you become a 33 or 32 degree Mason it is revealed that the center of worship and thought in Freemasonry is Lucifer. From the sounds of it, they also have some strange Temple rituals and oaths. Is this why these well meaning former Freemasons at this ex-freemason website (and others, such as
    are trying to help others leave freemasonry – not because Freemasons are committing some sin (we have all sinned and fallen short of the glory of God), but because they are being deceived?

    I must admit, I haven’t clicked on your last link about how to join freemasonry, as I have no desire to do so. But thanks for the Christian World View Network article link in your first comment.

    July 29, 2008 at 6:15 am

  11. Sheepyweepy,

    Actually, I am a 32nd degree Mason and no, there is no secret that we worship Lucifer. Why wouldn’t you want all members worship, instead of just a few at the top? The Lucifer references were invented by a man named Leo Taxil in the 19th century, who was paid by the Roman Catholic Church to “expose” what he claimed to know about Freemasonry. In truth, he knew nothing about Freemasonry, so he made it all up. This he later admitted at a conference held in his honor. Google Taxil and the Wikipedia article pops up first.

    As for the Mormon thing, I have heard this claim before but it doesn’t make any sense. I don’t know if Mormons copied anything from Masonry but it wouldn’t bother me either way. Just because a pseudo-Christian cult steals something from a legitimate fraternity doesn’t change the fraternity.

    As for rituals yes, we do have them and to outsiders they would probably seem quite strange. But so do Christian rituals and oaths. The first time I went to a non-denominational church that uses modern praise and worship I thought the people were nuts, holding their hands up in the air, shouting praises to God between songs. Now I count myself as one of them. Our rituals are the formal ceremonies we use to teach a new member about our philosophy and some easy ways to remember these philosophies, such as using a builder’s square to remind us to square our actions, etc. They are not religious ceremonies or rituals but secular.

    As for oaths I say yes, we do have them, we do take them, and as Christians we should have no problem with that. Mt. 5:33-37 is often misunderstood to mean that we should never take oaths. But if that were true we could not have marriage, ordination, or baptism as all of these use oaths. It is well documented that Jews of the time had elaborate ways of taking oaths and ways to do it and still lie. It was a complex system Jesus was trying to weed out, saying that if you are going to take an oath, make sure you are actually telling the whole truth.

    As for the question of why these groups are trying to help Masons leave I don’t know because there is no conflict with Christianity that would need them to do so. There simply is no doctrinal reason for Masonry to be incompatible with Freemasonry.

    Your are welcome for the world view link, Brannon Howse has a great site and a great radio show. The other link I sent merely because it has more info. on Freemasonry from the Grand Lodge of OH., not as an invitation to join (I can’t invite someone to join anyway, it’s against the rules). God Bless!

    July 30, 2008 at 2:34 am

  12. sheepyweepy


    You are serving two masters, and only one of them loves you.

    I am leaving this blog, and you may never come back to read this, but I sense an urgency to just say what the Lord has put on my heart. There is a battle on for your soul, but you must call on the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and choose today whom you will serve. You say Christianity is compatible with Freemasonry, but you can only serve one master. I pray you will make the right choice while there is still time.


    1 Cor 10:21

    Joshua 24:15

    August 2, 2008 at 5:23 pm

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