A kid and Planned Parenthood

Some kids don’t have any questions because they are in parts and pieces.

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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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Clowns Entertaining The Goats — Spurgeon

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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.

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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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In Case You Still Aren’t Sure About The Shack and Its Author…

A person’s relationship (or non-relationship) with Christ can often be gauged by the books he or she recommends. Someone who truly knows Christ, after all, is simply not going to promote heretical authors, etc.

With this in mind, check out the books The Shack author recommends.

You can read this amazing Lighthouse Trails article by clicking here.

The secret weapon that turned a country from Christ

Birthed out of spiritualism and contemplative prayer, and powerful in public relations while limited in actual effectiveness, Alcoholics Anonymous has spread the concept of a generic “god,” a higher power, throughout society. Aided by false claims of a Christian origin through the writings of such luminaries as pro-A.A. author Dick B. and others, the church has chosen to ignore A.A.’s denial of Christ in hopes of “recovery” for those in bondage to sin.

Only Alcoholics Anonymous teaches this is a “disease.”

In The Fall of the Evangelical Nation, author Christine Wicker credits Alcoholics Anonymous with “hastening the fall of the evangelical church.” (pg. 134-138)

Wicker states A.A.’s Twelve Step program “slowly exposed people to the notion that they could get [a god] without the dogma, the doctrine, and the outdated rules. Without the church in fact.” This has removed the authority and influence of “the preacher and the Bible and tradition.” (pg. 134-38)

Indeed it has. The country has gone the way of the higher power, and much of the moral and spiritual breakdown we are experiencing is a direct result of this.   continue reading

The Message “bible” inserts earth reverence, God of “green” hope

Originally posted on My Word Like Fire:

Oh! May the God of green hope fill you up with joy, fill you up with peace, so that your believing lives, filled with the life-giving energy of the Holy Spirit, will brim over with hope! (Bold mine) (The Message, Romans 15:13)

Huh? What God of “green” hope? Why does The Message do this?

Before we examine what seems suggestive of earth reverence/earth worship, let us restate some of what has been covered elsewhere about TheMessage:

A generation has been raised on this disturbing “paraphrase” of the Bible. This is the primary version so many now rely on, and nationally known preachers quote from it with regularity. Yet, as we have seen, The Message flat out omits the sin of homosexuality from several key passages. We see this in 1 Corinthians 6:9-11, and also in 1 Timothy 1: 8-11 (READ).

Does the acceptance and use of The Message explain why many Christians…

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What is the Elijah List & who is Steve Shultz?


Elijah List serves as public relations outlet for various New Apostolic Reformation figures…

Originally posted on churchwatch central:


The Elijah List started in 1997. The Elijah List is considered a “prophetic” network of men and women. However, it is deeply entrenched in the apostate:

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The Elijah List is a network that promotes Christian “prophets” and their “prophetic”/”preaching” network around the globe.

The “About The Elijah List” Facebook page states,

“THE ELIJAH LIST is called to transmit around the world, in agreement with Holy Scripture, fresh daily prophetic “manna” from the Lord, regarding the days in which we live.”

Very popular “prophets” that are promoted on the Elijah List circuit are Patricia King of XP Media, Bill Johnson of Bethel Church, Todd Bentley of FreshFire Ministries, Cindy Jacobs of ‘God Knows’, Rick Joyner of Morning Star Ministries, Graham Cooke and many more.

The “About The Elijah List” Facebook also gives this valuable information,

“THE ELIJAH LIST has determined to find and publish the most credible prophetic…

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