Todd Bentley’s School of Revival?

Welcome to the (as I call it) School of the Unholy, where once again Todd Bentley will present his bells-and-whistles strange fire. In the video he speaks of his experience that was like “a glory liquid honey cloud.”

According to Elijah List, Todd Bentley’s School of Revival will offer classes focused upon:

-The Anointing


-Prophetic ministry

-Gifts of the Spirit





-Revival ministry

Todd states, “God wants to get that glory, God wants to get that fire on you.”

The Bible warns:

“Beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly are ravenous wolves. You will know them by their fruits. Grapes are not gathered from thorn bushes nor figs from thistles, are they? So every good tree bears good fruit, but the bad tree bears bad fruit. A good tree cannot produce bad fruit, nor can a bad tree produce good fruit. Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and thrown into the fire. So then, you will know them by their fruits.” (Matthew 7:15-20)

If you are unfamiliar with the history of this man, here is a video that ably demonstrates what much of his “ministry” was about:
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Chat with Susan Puzio


Wowza! M’Kayla on the radio on Saturday…

Originally posted on m'kayla's korner:


I will be talking with Susan Puzio blog talk radio on Saturday, August 1 at 1PM Eastern Time. We will be discussing my involvement with the healing rooms and the false prophetic. During this time with Susan I plan to get more into the topic of dreams and visions since I haven’t gone into that topic much.

Here is the link, which will also be archived for later listening.

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The Laser Revolution: This Time It May Be Real

According to Sydney J. Freedberg of Breaking Defense:

TYSON’S CORNER: New laser technology looks promising as a way to shoot down Chinese-style massed missiles. But laser projects have overpromised and underdelivered for decades, from Reagan’s Star Wars in the eighties to the Airborne Laser, canceled in 2011. Now proponents must convince the skeptics — particularly in Congress — that this time is different. continue reading Breaking Defense article

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He saved them out of their distresses

There were those who dwelt in darkness and in the shadow of death,
Prisoners in misery and chains,
Because they had rebelled against the words of God
And spurned the counsel of the Most High.
Therefore He humbled their heart with labor;
They stumbled and there was none to help.
Then they cried out to the LORD in their trouble;
He saved them out of their distresses.
He brought them out of darkness and the shadow of death
And broke their bands apart.
Let them give thanks to the LORD for His lovingkindness,
And for His wonders to the sons of men!
For He has shattered gates of bronze
And cut bars of iron asunder.
(Psalm 107:10-16)
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Clowns Entertaining The Goats — Spurgeon

Kristin Lanagan's photo.

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Epic Fail: Vallotton’s 5 non-biblical tests for a true prophet

Holly Pivec of Spirit of Error writes:

I was disturbed this week by Kris Vallotton’s article titled “5 Tests of a True Prophet.” I was even more disturbed to see that his article was published by Charisma Magazine. For those who don’t know, Vallotton is the senior associate leader of Bethel Church in Redding, California, and a bestselling author. His article in Charisma is excerpted from a curriculum he developed titled Basic Training for the Prophetic Ministry.

Not a single one of Vallotton’s five tests of a true prophet is given in Scripture. Astoundingly, he completely overlooks the three tests that are given. Here are Vallotton’s woefully inadequate tests.

Click here to read the rest of Pivec’s article

Published in: on July 27, 2015 at 1:50 am  Leave a Comment  
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Diaper Man’s Connection to Bethel Redding

Originally posted on Repent Bethel Redding:

039_Diaper ManPlease watch this video, before you continue reading.

I apologize. I realize you can never get back the 53 seconds you just lost. But I’m certain filling your mind with the Word of God, a good YouTube sermon, or Christ-centered worship music will go far to erase the grotesque visual from your mind.

And what was it, exactly? What was it that you just saw.

What you just saw was the warm-up entertainment (called “evening gymnastics”) before the evening session of a “church” conference. The “church”: Imi Kirken–the most influential church in the Stavanger area of Norway, if not in the entire country.

The conference: Open Sky Summer Festival 2015.

According to Imi Kirken’s webpage for the conference (rough translation from Norwegian):

“Long have we in IMI Church dreamed of starting a summer festival for all who want to be part of the church life. Our vision has been…

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The danger of “New Revelation” by Mike Oppenheimer

According to Mike Oppenheimer of Let Us Reason Ministries:

Paul writes in 1 Cor. 4:6, “that you may learn in us not to think beyond what is written that none of you may be puffed up on behalf of one against the other.

Once someone is allowed to tell people stories like; Jesus appeared to them in their room or they visited heaven and they were given new revelation, the rest comes easy. They become as if lost at sea, adrift with their fantasy revelation that makes them more important. They have something to say that no one else does because they were chosen.

The reality of demons should not be dismissed, or underestimated, they are deceptive. They have one think they are in contact with God and pride is always the bait on the hook. Encapsulated in their new teaching is God is with me as they present to the hearers their new revelation.

Unsubstantiated claims from revelations is opening people up and giving legal access for spirits to deceive them, the same ones that deceive the presenters of new revelation. This accepted methodology is introducing an occultic teaching inside the church that has gained far too much traction, yet we are warned in Scripture that it would take place.

Many of these revelators do not go deeper but go above, using their own revelation to interpret the word. These men and women become Prophets who know better than God! Seems like an oxymoron statement but this is what is taking place today. They speak for him when He has not spoken.

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AUTHORITY: Who’s Authority Should A Believer Be Under?

Originally posted on Following Jesus Christ:


                 Authority: Who’s Authority Should A Believer Be Under?

There is a strong movement amongst the church and Para-church leaders to push professing Christians under the umbrella of a group or a “leader.” I believe that the scriptures do, with great clarity, point to submission to government entities as long as they are affirming values that are objectively good and are punishing evil. (Romans 13:1-7). We are also exhorted to submit to our brethren in accordance with the biblical model given to us by Jesus, Paul and Peter. Christ centered leadership does not lord authority over others, as Jesus Christ himself showed us by serving the sick and the poor and by washing his disciples’ feet even as he was about to be brutally executed by his enemies.


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Sweetcakes by Melissa raises record amount of cash on crowdfunding site

By George Rede of the Oregonian/Oregon Live. Rede reports:

Supporters of the Oregon bakery Sweet Cakes by Melissa are putting their money where their mouth is.

A crowdfunding campaign for the embattled business has eclipsed $350,000 in little more than two months – a record amount on the Continue to Give site, The Washington Times reports.

Jesse Wellhoefer, founder of Continue to Give, said the Sweet Cakes effort has raised more than any previous campaign on behalf of individuals in the three-year-old crowdfunding website’s history, the Times said.

As of noon Wednesday (Pacific time), the campaign had raised $358,500 from 7,750 donors, more than doubling the $150,000 goal announced when it began May 5 and far exceeding a potential six-figure debt faced by Sweet Cakes.

Coupled with $109,000 raised through GoFundMe and an undisclosed amount raised through Samaritan’s Purse, online donors have contributed upwards of $450,000 to help bakery owners Aaron and Melissa Klein in their legal battle with a state agency that found they discriminated against a lesbian couple when they refused to make them a wedding cake.

The Kleins’ refusal, based on their Christian beliefs against same-sex marriage, has become a cause célèbre among religious freedom proponents who contend bakers, florists and photographers shouldn’t have to provide wedding-related services that go against their religious principles.

To read rest of George Rede’s Oregonian/Oregon Live article, click here

HT: Thank you, Justin T., for sending this info to me.


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