When Bill Johnson Prays for Holy Spirit Outpouring: Convulsing, Cackling, Spasming, Twitching, Falling


Convulsing, cackling, spasming, twitching, falling, and a few other things happen when Bill Johnson of Bethel Redding prays for a Holy Spirit outpouring. Below is a brief compilation. This is not a biblical outpouring of the Holy Spirit. Share this video with those who have questions about Bill Johnson and Bethel Redding. This may  be enough to convince the under informed who are still on the fence.

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Greater Works Epic Fail: Why Did Bethel Redding Need to Buy so Many Groceries for CARR Relief?


Bill Johnson of Bethel Redding teaches that Christians are to do greater works than Jesus. We know from Matthew 14:13-21 that Jesus fed 5000 men plus women and children with five loaves of bread and two fish.

Bethel Redding provided food relief for CARR fire victims. I have one question though. Why did they buy/receive so many groceries? Shouldn’t they have been good stewards and simply purchased/receive a few food items then multiply them like Jesus did the bread and fish? What’s up with that?

I think we all know the answer. Bill Johnson and Bethel Redding are full of nonsense. They don’t even believe the lies they promote from the pulpit. If they don’t believe it, you shouldn’t either. Even if they did believe it, you shouldn’t.

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Musical Selfie at Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church: A Godless Song About Self and How Powerful They Are


Rick Warren’s Saddleback Church sang what I can only describe as a musical version of a selfie. Before singing their post sermon song, the leader on stage specifically directed them to pay attention to the lyrics because the song had important things they needed to know.

The lyrics made no mention of God at all, but rather instructed the singers to focus on themselves.  Worrying about what others think about your status in life is an important thing to know, as is knowing when it is your time and your moment to take your place. They also sang about being able to take on mountains and giants, but that was without any reference to God, at all.

This is the exact opposite of what should be happening at a worship service. We should be singing about God’s power and beauty, and how amazing God is, not about how amazing we are, or about how people are thinking about us in life. If you’re going to sing about overcoming obstacles, then draw attention to God, and give credit to him.

Please, if you lead a church like this, or are involved in this type of approach, repent and bring things back to God, and away from self.


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Dr. Michael Brown Promotes Baby Throwing Evangelist Smith Wigglesworth


Dr. Michael Brown is supposed to be the go to person for all things Hebrew related. Brown is portrayed as an academic and expert in scripture. He’s promoted as a primary source to reference. Yet despite all of his supposed wisdom and knowledge in scripture he does something as foolish as promote a man like Smith Wigglesworth who is on record as actually throwing a baby against a wall and kicking it like a soccer ball.

Brown shared a quote where Wigglesworth said he likes to read the Bible in the Holy Spirit. Which spirit is Wigglesworth reading in? Why is Brown promoting a guy who thinks the Holy Spirit is telling him to kick babies like a soccer ball and throw them against a wall? How can Dr. Michael Brown be taken as a supposed moderate representative of the pentecostals and charismatics when he’s promoting such a dangerous person like Wigglesworth?


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Experience Outweighs Scripture Implies Apostle Jennifer LeClaire


Apostle Jennifer LeClaire was giving a message on demons. She gave three ways demons find their way in. LeClaire claimed she was only going to give ways found in scripture. Her first way was through generational curses based on Exodus 20:5.

LeClaire quoted Galatians 3:13 and acknowledged that it says Christ redeems Christians from the curse of the law. She then appealed to personal experience as proof that Christians can still have a curse. She contradicted her earlier claim that she was just going to give ways found in scripture, and instead used personal experience to trump what scripture clearly teaches in Galatians 3:13. LeClaire pointed out that the “Spirit filled” community tends to believe in generational curses. How can you claim to be Spirit filled if you put personal experience above scripture?

Original video here.

Todd Bentley’s Vintage Heresy Oil and Prayer Cloths


During a recent meeting Todd Bentley showed his audience a jug of anointing oil that was apparently prayed over by A.A. Allen. He also has prayer cloths from A.A. Allen and William Branham.

There is nothing new under the sun. The Roman Catholic Church has made use of relics for years, this is the charimaniac equivalent. This is witchcraft trying to pass itself off as Christianity. Oil and cloths don’t have super powers just because they were once prayed over by some now dead heretics.

Original video here.

Word Power Keeps Debt Away Implies Joyce Meyer


Joyce Meyer implied your words have the power to keep debt away in a recent video she posted to Facebook.

She appeals to the power of words. Within the context of her word of faith theology, she is clearly implying that words have enough power to keep debt away. The bible never grants out words that much power, but instead calls us to use our money wisely to avoid unnecessary debt.

Original video here.