Tornado Lips: Todd White Thinks Your Lips Might Accidentally Cause A Tornado

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Todd White recently posted a video where he addresses the heat Francis Chan took affirming him, and the heat Todd takes affirming Kenneth Copeland. During his speech White affirmed Copeland’s heretical doctrine about the power of human words, specifically that our unintended words may cause a tornado to form and come our way and cause destruction. Suggesting that if you simply say you were blown away, it might cause a tornado.

Human words are certainly powerful, but they do not have the power to cause tornadoes that come our way and cause destruction. Word of Faith teachers like Copeland distort scriptures about the power of words. Their distortion grants man the creative power that belongs to God only. The distortion also leads people into deception, paranoia, and superstition.

The doctrine taught by people like Copeland and White is more than an incorrect second level debatable issue. Their doctrine teaches a different Christianity, a different God, and a different Gospel. It’s clear there should be major concern when people like Francis Chan affirm the ministries of people like Todd White.

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Full video here.

Is Your Toxic Colon Muzzling The Almighty? – Patricia King’s Plan To Unmuzzle God By Cleansing Your Colon

 

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Did you know a toxic colon can put a muzzle on the almighty God? Patricia King claims that after doing an extended fast that involved detoxing her colon she received clear prophetic dreams. She’s offering an extended program to help you detox your colon, and other parts of your digestive system, in the hopes that your health will improve, your system will get detoxed, and God will be able to speak to you again, apparently.

 

This whole thing is absurd. As if God can’t communicate because someone eats too much junk food. Maybe cessationists don’t receive direct revelation because their system is stuffed full of sugar and cheese?

Original video here.

Benny Hinn Is Still on the Grift: Sow Seed to Trigger Healing, Miracle, Prosperity 09-11-2019

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On 09-11-2019 Benny Hinn Ministries posted a video to their Facebook page. These quotes from Benny Hinn are in the video.

“When you sow seed you trigger the healing, you trigger the miracle, you trigger that prosperity.”

“As you sow your seed you trigger prosperity.”

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This is significant, because by 09-05-2019 there was a viral video of Benny Hinn claiming to have recanted certain aspects of the prosperity gospel, and there was a smidgen of evidence he was taking steps for his actions to match his words. You can read about that here.

As of right now Benny Hinn Ministries is still offering people healing, miracles, and prosperity if they send money to Benny Hinn Ministries. That means so far, Benny Hinn and his ministries have not repented of the heresy of the prosperity gospel. He’s still on the grift.

Benny Hinn Recants the Prosperity Gospel Again and His Ministry Immediately Asks for Seed Faith Money: Thoughts for the Hopeful, Skeptical, and Gullible

###UPDATE 200 PM EASTERN TIME 09-05-2019. Hinn’s Facebook page, and his website have removed videos offering debt elimination for a seed faith offering. This is significant, because those videos were posted after his recantation. This may be a solid indicator that his recantation of the prosperity gospel message is for real, this time. ###

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Benny Hinn has recanted the prosperity gospel, again. Link His webpage is still posting recent videos of Hinn offering debt elimination if you sow seed into his ministry.(Link Link About 21 minutes in. (His guest offering debt elimination for money.) The contradiction is obvious, but thoughts about the contradiction are not the same. I want to offer brief thoughts about this contradiction for the hopeful, gullible, and skeptical.

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Those who are hopeful, point out that Benny Hinn may have others operating his online ministry. This means that he’s unaware of videos being posted after his recantation. The hopeful believe Benny Hinn, and put blame on those operating his online ministry.

In February of 2018 Benny Hinn said he was guilty of taking the prosperity gospel too far. Link If he had meant this, then videos wouldn’t have shown up later of his ministry preaching the prosperity gospel. Link (A 2014 article asserting Hinn repented of certain charismatic abuses. Link.)

Some may observe his past false recantation(s), and see the contradictions from his recent recantation, and conclude the new recantation is bogus too. You may label such people as skeptics. Others may see the contradictions, and still believe his current recantation. You may label such a person as hopeful or gullible.

What should the hopeful, skeptical, and gullible think after the recent recantation? Given his past, I think it’s reasonable to be skeptical. All we can do is wait and see. Let’s see where Hinn is at after a month or so.

Also I actually just had to edit this entry before I posted it. Why? Because I had links up to videos on Benny Hinn’s Facebook page that were posted after his recantation. Those videos were offering debt relief if you sent his ministry money. Those videos were just removed, about 1:30 PM Eastern time on 09-05-2019. Maybe there is reason to be hopeful.

 

Direct Inspiration From God: Dr. Brown’s Implication About His New Book On The Jezebel Spirit

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We need to listen closely to the narrative Dr. Michael Brown uses to describe how he wrote his new book. He’s trying to tell us his book is divinely inspired directly from God.

Dr. Michael Brown claims the fire of God literally came on him when he was writing his newest book Jezebel’s War With America: The Plot to Destroy Our Country and What We Can Do to Turn the Tide, when he was on Sid Roth’s show It’s SuperNatural.

He asserts that God opened his eyes to what is happening in the spiritual realm. He says God moved on him and stirred him, and it was like he got fire in his hands.

Dr. Michael Brown doesn’t want us to think this is simply a book he came up with on his own because of rigorous study and thoughtful conclusions reached using logic, reason, and scripture.

His narrative includes images of being stirred by God, and moved by God, and having his hands lit on fire, and God opening his eyes, because he wants people to think his book is directly inspired by God. Making such a claim is a dangerous and weighty thing. The implication of his narrative is that if you don’t believe his book, then you’re not believing God. Such an implied claim elevates his book up to the level of scripture.

Listen below. The clip starts about 30 seconds in.

At this point, people like Brown attempt to make a distinction between the inspiration they receive, and the inspiration given in scripture. They’re making a distinction without a difference. Anything asserted under divine unction carries the weight of God’s words. There aren’t degrees of inspired words. Words are either inspired, or they aren’t inspired.

This is once again a scary and dangerous low reached by Dr. Michael Brown. This places him closer to people like Joseph Smith.

 

Your Supernatural School of Ministry Needs to Pay Your Tuition Otherwise They’re Hypocrites

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Thinking about attending a supernatural school of ministry? Let me give you one helpful tip before you give them money for tuition.

They’re a bunch of hypocrites if they won’t pay your tuition. What do I mean? Hear me out.

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 Truly, truly, I say to you, he who believes in Me, the works that I do, he will do also; and greater works than these he will do; because I go to the Father.

Schools of supernatural ministry are built on the premise that we are to be doing greater works than Jesus. That’s right, you’re giving them your money, so they can teach you how to do supernatural stuff, greater than even Jesus did. Shouldn’t they have to prove they can do supernatural stuff, greater than Jesus did, before you fork over your money?

Of course they should. You may be wondering what I am getting at.

Matthew 17:
27 However, so that we do not offend them, go to the sea and throw in a hook, and take the first fish that comes up; and when you open its mouth, you will find a shekel. Take that and give it to them for you and Me.”

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19 Ordering the people to sit down on the grass, He took the five loaves and the two fish, and looking up toward heaven, He blessed the food, and breaking the loaves He gave them to the disciples, and the disciples gave them to the crowds,20 and they all ate and were satisfied. They picked up what was left over of the broken pieces, twelve full baskets. 21 There were about five thousand men who ate, besides women and children.

Jesus put money in the mouth of a fish. He multiplied food. That’s really supernatural. Surely schools that base their existence on doing even greater works than that, should in fact be doing greater works than that.

Why don’t these supernatural ministry schools simply multiply the money they have on hand? Why don’t they speak thousands of dollars into existence into the mouths of fish?

To prove they’re capable of teaching you the stuff they’re going to teach you, they should be multiplying their own money big time, and paying for the tuition of their students. Failure to do this, means they’re hypocrites who don’t even believe the stuff they’re claiming to teach you.

The first act of proving they can do greater works than Jesus, should be multiplying the money they have on hand, so they can cover tuition. Truth be told, they couldn’t even multiply one slice of bread to feed an extra visitor at lunch time.

Please save your money, and don’t give it to these money grubbing hypocrites. The only thing they’re multiplying is their own income.

 

 

Dr. Michael Brown Feeds The Wolves

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Dr. Michael Brown can’t bring himself to give an unqualified red flag to the likes of Ken Copeland, Benny Hinn, and Jennifer LeClaire. He affirms and promotes the likes of Heidi Baker and Sid Roth.

He claims to take his job as shepherd seriously, but in reality, he’s calling the wolves in for a feast.

Anything less than an unqualified red flag to the likes of those named above makes one guilty of shepherding malpractice. He asserts that he doesn’t have the time to call out every heretic. Even if that’s the case, he’s still guilty of leading people to the wolves.

If he doesn’t have the time to call out heretics, the least he could do is not lead people to them.

In this video around 1:33 he describes how seriously he takes his job as a shepherd in the body of Christ.

Even if we give him the benefit of the doubt, and recognize that he can’t call out every heretic, one problem still remains. He affirms, promotes, and leads people to some of the worst of the worst.

For example he’s pal and partner to Sid Roth.

He leads them to Heidi Baker!