Monthly Archives: July 2014

The demons know the names of your kids!

Sorry man, they do. they could know a great deal of information about you. They did about me (As told to me by the NAR false prophets) , and I don’t even think that I am that special really… let … Continue reading

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Patricia King an Extreme Prophet

This is so bizarre I just cut and pasted. “I feel free to call her an extreme prophet because she has named her ministry and website “Extreme Prophetic.” After listening to some of her prophesies, I would have to say … Continue reading

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Is the anointing tangible and transferable: can we impart it?

Many people are taught to get an impartation from an anointed teacher. [But] there is no need when scripture states we all have the same standing before God: all believers have the same Holy Spirit and Christ is our mediator. … Continue reading

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“Actually in the prophetic movement there is now virtually no possibility to qualify as a false prophet…”

From this article here “How can people follow prophets who are wrong over half the time. How can anyone revere a prophet who fails only once? Would you go to a doctor who was wrong over half the time?” Another … Continue reading

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Informative

Informative Article The New Recruits Arrive circa 2009. Once you’re out of Bethel “church” (or any similar N.A.R. signs and wonders group) embarrassed to admit I fell for this.

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Must read

About a “new ministry” called Ellel in England–okay, this article was written in 2003 –very similar to Sozo “ministry” of Bethel “church” – do you like how I put everything in quotes? Ellel: Deja Vu All Over Again Must read … Continue reading

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Discerning the future: Using logic vs. waiting for “signs from God”

Signs from God or “impressions from God,” I should say. Since I became an adult, “Hearing God” has become a huuuggggeee selling point, in Christian books, sermons, conferences, etc. etc. (this idea that people can learn some specific technique to … Continue reading

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