Fake (or demonic) Glory Feather Cloud from an “Apostolic and Prophetic” ministry
“Look at the feathers, man! Look at the feathers!” (52 seconds in video)
Read more about this here:
No laughing matter . . .
Why Impostors Love the Church
MOORE to the POINT
Recently I read a book that kept me awake a couple of nights. It was about “Clark Rockefeller,” and the scare quotes are important. The man was neither “Clark” nor “Rockefeller.” He was a German immigrant who crafted an identity as an heir of one of America’s wealthiest dynasties. He married, fathered a child, and was involved in fraud, theft, and maybe even murder. And no one ever knew, until the very end.
What made me squirm was that fact that the fake Rockefeller’s inroad to all his deception were churches and relationships, particularly with women. He would make the connections he needed in local congregations, and he would charm the women there. At the same time, he would parasitically imitate the men, watching and mirroring back to them their convictions and opinions, even the inflections of their voices. But, behind all of that, there was nothing real but a predatory appetite.
The New Testament warns us, of course, about spiritual impostors. Sometimes these “wolves” are there to introduce subtly false doctrine. But, just as often, it seems, these spiritual carnivores hold to true doctrine, at least on the surface. But they use this doctrine and service for predatory ends.
‘You Cannot Stop Me’: Televangelist Creflo Dollar Defies Opponents in Effort to Buy $65 Million Jet
COLLEGE PARK, Ga. — Televangelist Creflo Dollar defied opponents of his global effort to purchase a $65 million dollar jet in a recent message delivered to his congregation.
“Let me tell you something about believing God. I can dream as long as I want to. I can believe God as long as I want to,” he states in a video posted to YouTube by a group not affiliated with Dollar. “If I want to believe God for a $65 million plane, you cannot stop me. You cannot stop me from dreaming.”
Jeremiah 23: 25 – 28 [ESV]
I have heard what the prophets have said who prophesy lies in my name, saying, ‘I have dreamed, I have dreamed!’ How long shall there be lies in the heart of the prophets who prophesy lies, and who prophesy the deceit of their own heart, who think to make my people forget my name by their dreams that they tell one another, even as their fathers forgot my name for Baal? Let the prophet who has a dream tell the dream, but let him who has my word speak my word faithfully. What has straw in common with wheat? declares the LORD.
Wake up sheep! Rodney Howard-Browne, known for imparting Holy Laughter to countless people around the world, is once again placing his ministry in the limelight.
Read more about this here:
Elephant in the Room: Rodney Howard-Browne and America’s “Great Awakening”
For the many misguided sheep who still cannot discern whether these men belong to the flock or the pack… the following might be very helpful:
The fruit of Brian “Head” Welch
Brian Head Welch and Todd Bentley
While some shepherds watch their flocks, others invite hirelings and wolves in.
On Dec 31, 2014, the New Year is being brought in to Canada by Todd Bentley.
It’s almost that time of year again! Todd Bentley is coming to Windword to help us bring in the New Year. This will be a powerful night full of worship and prophetic words over 2015.
Then, the false prophetic will continue in a New Years Conference at Windword, Jan 2-4. The announcement says:
Let’s continue bringing in 2015 strong! This New Years Conference is the perfect time to solidify everything that was proclaimed in the New Years Eve Service and to make new proclamations of what we expect 2015 to hold in store for us. We will have powerful words from Todd Bentley, Brent Borthwick, and Nolan Clark! So whether you had a good year in 2014 and want to make sure this next year is just as good, or you want to totally change your life in 2015…you need to come out to this conference. Let’s jump start 2015 for the Kingdom of God!
*Note: This same church also has a School of Ministry that uses Bethel’s materials.
We would love to invite you to our Windword School of Ministry (WinSOM) featuring Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry DVD Curriculum. If you are interested in registering for the school, you can either come talk to us in person, email us, or download the application files right here online! (http://windword.ca/winsom/)
Shepherds, guard your sheep.
The Five Most Disturbing Things About a Benny Hinn Miracle Service
There are a lot of things you should try at least once in your life — skydiving, eating some exotic delicacy, traveling alone. Let me give you one thing not to add to that list: attending a Benny Hinn Holy Spirit Miracle Service.
I recently went to one in New York. Before going, I knew little about Hinn — a man who’s worth some $42 million — other than that he’s a big-deal televangelist among countless charismatic Christians. As someone who’s fairly unfamiliar with that sphere of Christianity, I was mostly just wary of being in a crowd of people speaking in tongues and being slain in the Spirit.
But that turned out to be the least uncomfortable thing about the service. What did happen was so much more upsetting, difficult, and unnerving. If you ever go, here are five unsettling things you’ll experience . . .
Read more here:
Be careful little sheep who you follow . . .
“For I know this, that after my departing shall grievous wolves enter in among you, not sparing the flock.” Acts 20:29
Today’s wolves don’t wear sheep’s clothing. An instagram picture is worth 1,000 words . . .
18 hours ago
Great connecting with my bro Brian Head Welch!
*Read about the concerns with Brian Head Welch’s Christian walk, from toking the Holy Ghost with John Crowder to his involvement in the Holy Ghost movie, Bethel Church, etc., here:
“THE HOLY SPIRIT MAKES A MOVIE? I DON’T THINK SO . . .”
*Also see a youtube called Brian Head Welch Of Korn False Teacher Of Christianity (Part 2) @ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TZ8-sYX0TU8
IHOP announces their replacement for Joyce Meyer:
We are thrilled to announce that Reinhard Bonnke will be joining us for Onething 2014!
Reinhard Bonnke is known as one of the most powerful evangelists of all time. Hundreds of thousands of people attend his gospel crusades in Africa; in the last ten years, over 53 million people have committed their lives to Jesus in his meetings. Miracles and signs and wonders of all kinds follow Reinhard’s preaching.(Source)
The false teachings of Bonnke are documented at these links:
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’ . . .
“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:
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
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:
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.
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/
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By popular demand:
Holy Spirit “is like the genie from Aladdin” says Bethel Redding’s Jenn Johnson
Bethel Redding Pastor Eric Johnson denies Original Sin?
False prophecies mixed with Kundalini at Bill Johnson’s Bethel Redding Church
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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…
You may say in your heart, ‘How will we know the word which the LORD has not spoken?’
“When a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the thing does not come about or come true, that is the thing which the LORD has not spoken. The prophet has spoken it presumptuously; you shall not be afraid of him. Deuteronomy 18:21,22
The revival that Todd Bentley predicted for Fresno is now overdue. By perhaps 12 years but at least 10 months
Note: While this blog does not endorse the policies of Right Wing Watch, this clip must be shared to reveal the insanity of Bentley’s false claims.