False Prophets Warning

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Jim Bakker and Rick Joyner have been making some predictions lately

The Sky is Falling!

They are predicting the most hideous terror to fall on America in 2015. Now, I know how possible that is in the real world. We at FOTM have been warning about such things for a while.
The problem is that these guys are not like us. They are salesmen. Their method is to create horrible fear in their audience, and then to sell items to relieve that fear.
We know Jim Bakker from the old PTL Club. I did not know Rick Joyner, who claims to have had a dream that Satan would be unleashed across America from the Mexican border.
Of course, we all know it is possible. We see the nasty things developing out there. We need to trust God in these days. So what’s wrong with listening to a couple of preachers? Nothing at all… if they are honest.
But don’t question these guys. They (claim) that they are God’s Anointed.
So I will burst Rick Joyner’s bubble with the following video of a service at his church.
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wgdcdjtlGfo?rel=0&controls=0&showinfo=0&w=420&h=315]

Don’t blame real Christians because of these 2 counterfeits

I am a pentecostal evangelical Christian. I sometimes choose to pray in tongues. I have seen many answered prayers. I have even seen miracles (not many). But the stuff at Joyners church does not resemble anything I have ever called Christian. In fact, it strongly resembles demonic African tribal religion.
Be warned.

“Watch out that you are not deceived. For many will come in my name, claiming, ‘I am he,’ and, The time is near.’ Do not follow them. When you hear of wars and uprisings, do not be frightened. These things must happen first, but the end will not come right away.” – Luke 21:7-9


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jeezuzz
4 years ago

Sad. I loved Ricks book The final quest. I guess he got off the edge. Money and fame seem to change people.

Dr. Eowyn
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Dr. Eowyn
4 years ago

TD,
I had never heard of Rick Joyner until your post. That video of a Rick Joyner church service is frightening. There is NOTHING holy or sacred about that “church service.”

MA in MO
4 years ago

Agree with you. Nothing wrong with being prepared, but looking around will pay huge dividends.

katrinawb
4 years ago

This is the opposite of a Christian Charismatic service, which imparts peace rather than frenzy. But, like everything else today, it’s backwards. I’m a practicing Roman Catholic, and have attended Catholic healing services, which at times were a little outside of my comfort zone, but the mood was always prayerful, calming and peaceful, always begun with the recitation of the Rosary, followed by the the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, and then laying on of hands. Yes, some prayed in tongues, lifted hands in praise, and some were “slain in the Spirit”….but there was an all encompassing peace, and a… Read more »

Tim Shey
4 years ago

I have read three books by Rick Joyner and they were anointed—I enjoyed reading them because I am also prophetic. I have also heard negative things about Bob Jones and Todd Bentley. I saw some of the video. I didn’t like the drums: drums can conjure up demon spirits. I didn’t have any audio, so I won’t comment any more on the video. I was raised in a very Irish Catholic family, went to Catholic schools; there is some monastic influence in my life (John of the Cross, Therese of Avila, Cuthbert of of Lindisfarne, the Venerable Bede and others).… Read more »

marblenecltr
4 years ago

Praise and worship of God in the name of Jesus should be first and prevail. I am reluctant to judge others in this area, but that is essential. Some services involve proclaiming what they will do in the army of the Lord. No, we do nothing, it is God who works every good deed. And some groups teach congregations to leave their minds open to receive whatever gifts they may receive during the service. Not a good idea, all sorts of spirits will be there seeking souls. Transcendental Meditation calls for that for twenty minutes twice a day while thinking… Read more »

Dave
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Dave
4 years ago

I’ve been hearing this stuff for over four decades now. I’ll start worrying when the sky falls and lands on my head, ’cause quite frankly, I have about as much control over it as I do the price of vodka in Russia.
Seriously, you could drive yourself insane worrying about this stuff, which is why I don’t buy their books or send them donations, as I am not interested in paying for the fuel for their private jets so they can fly off to Aruba whenever they like.
-Dave

Dave
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Dave
4 years ago
Reply to  TrailDust

Since I turned 50 last year (and officially became a curmudgeon) I have found myself being more concerned about what I can actually control as opposed to what is going on half a world away that I can do nothing about.
Half the planet wants to blow up the other half, and that has been the case since cave men invented the club.
Some might call me a little selfish, but as you get older, your priorities have a way of shifting.
-Dave

Vistabee
Vistabee
4 years ago
Reply to  Dave

Dave, my friend – 50 is young! Age is so relative—! 🙂

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Dr. Eowyn
4 years ago

Now I got three down thumbs for telling the truth. You folks are just losers for all I care and you will get judged by Jesus Christ at your resurrection for every thought, word spoken and written and every action performed since the age of accountability. I know you Christians jardalkal, In his post and in his comments, Trail Dust again and again said he is not disputing the fact that times are bad, but that what he has trouble with are certain “ministers” like Joyner whipping up the End Times frenzy and exploiting people’s fears to sell “prepper” food… Read more »

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Dr. Eowyn
4 years ago

I have only one question for the End Times purveyors like Bakker, Joyner, et al:
If indeed we are on the threshold of the end of everything, then what point is there to be preppers and store up survival food? Do y’all really think you will survive the apocalypse, THE END OF THE WORLD?

christopher152
4 years ago

dude you’re trippin.

Waycross48
Waycross48
4 years ago

I’ve been an Evangelical Christian (A/G) all of my life and I’ve seen some strange things in some churches. But this is unlike anything I’ve ever witnessed! It looks and sounds like a Haitian voodoo ceremony – feels demonic!! It was actually frightening to watch. Had I been there in person, I would have walked out. God help these people who sit under his ministry.

Kristi Ann
4 years ago

The Abomination People is “Beware of FALSE prophets which come to you in SHEEP’S clothing, but inwardly they are Ravening WOLVES.”( Matthew 7:15 KJV )!!
Please PRAY for our Judeo-Christian Nation United States of America and Israel-Yisrael Everyday!! PRAY WITHOUT CEASING.”( 1 Thessalonians 5:17 KJV )!!
Love Always and Shalom Everyone,
Kristi Ann

marblenecltr
4 years ago
Reply to  Kristi Ann

When try “Reply” or “Like”, get nothing but blank and “No Title” on to line.

elfmom55
elfmom55
4 years ago

Rick Joyner is a Knights of Malta.
Truly disturbing video!
https://fanaticforjesus.blogspot.com/2013/02/what-does-rick-joyner-cia-and-knights.html