Kevin Zadai Breaks HPM (Heresy Per Minute) World Record!

In the following video, you’ll see a strange mixture of:

  • A Twilight Zone episode,

  • A New Age training session,

  • An insurance salesman who is somehow turned into a carnival barker for the Yak Lady who also has a side job as a fortune-teller that specializes in acquiring retirement accounts from the elderly and senile (oh wait, that was simply a description of Sid Roth)…

    Kevin Zadai has set a new HPM (Heresy Per Minute) world record!

    Watch his video and be amazed:

    https://youtu.be/aWgFWuLPfro

Bonus points will be awarded to anyone who can make it through all 28:31 of this Festival of False Teaching!

In case you’re concerned that this man calls himself “Dr.” Kevin Zadai in spite of not being a doctor, you can rest assured, because he was ordained by “Dr.” Jesse Duplantis (who isn’t a doctor either):

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James Goll Gets Discernment 100% WRONG!

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The Elijah List sent out this promotion for James Goll’s new book:

The Discerner: Hearing, Confirming, and Acting on Prophetic Revelation -- by James W. Goll

Everything is backwards, upside down and twisted in this strange world of the NAR Super Apostles. Yes, discernment is truly something lacking in the Christian Church today, but with teachers like James Goll it is getting much worse.

Instead of looking to God’s all-sufficient Word, Goll is teaching people to become fortune-tellers and soothsayers, while tacking on a few Bible verse here and there to appear legitimate.

Here’s an awful and blasphemous quote from Goll:

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“The Word became flesh” is a reference to Jesus Christ, but Goll gleefully attributes the qualities of God to himself. This is “Blasphemy 101.”

And the Word became flesh, and dwelt among us, and we saw His glory, glory as of the only begotten from the Father, full of grace and truth.
— 1 John 1:14

This verse is all about Jesus being the Word that became flesh. Obviously! But James Goll turns it into a verse about us being the word that became flesh. What the?? This is so terribly wrong that maybe James Goll is some obscure cult leader, right?


Nope.


Here are some of the NAR leaders who endorse him and his latest book:

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Discernment is what the Holy Spirit gives us THROUGH THE BIBLE! False teachers like James Goll are always giving speeches and writing books that claim to have new information that will help you learn stuff that goes beyond the Bible. On top of that, they end up taking God off the throne and climbing into the driver’s seat themselves.

For more of an explanation, here’s a similar article about Goll’s fellow NARpostle, Jennifer LeClaire:

Jennifer LeClaire Gets Discernment 100% WRONG!

By the way, we expect Dr. Michael Brown to remain silent as his fellow writer commits blasphemy…

"Holy Sh*t!"-It's Heidi Baker at Brownsville!

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Here's a brief (and disturbing) compilation video of Heidi Baker when she was the special guest speaker at the Brownsville Assembly of God for a conference called Awake Deborah in 2003; the original video is two hours long:

Heidi tells somebody in the noisy, confused and writhing crowd "I know it hurts, it's holy though, don't be afraid..." She also asks God to "incapacitate" people. 

As Heidi is trying to impart something to Guatemala she is overcome by convulsions and says "holy sh*t, I'll come back..."

Here's that part of the original video: 

Dr. Michael Brown is a big defender of Heidi Baker, so you can be assured that she's legitimate!

Thanks to Is Not Satire for bringing this to our attention!

The Prophet Bob Jones: "A Three Foot Tall Being Rang My Doorbell"

In this video interview, it only took about two minutes for the late "prophet" Bob Jones to prove himself to be a delusional nutcase on the order of cult leader Joseph Smith. Amazingly, Bob Jones is at the very heart and center of the New Apostolic Reformation; his "prophetic words" are responsible for establishing many of the major ministries associated with the NAR.

Cindy Jacobs Explains Her Psychic Ability as "Spiritual Reading"

If you want to give people Encountersyou should listen to these fortune-telling techniques developed by Cindy Jacobs. She calls her psychic/prophetic readings "spiritual readings" and she gives this sage advice: "Don't try to go for theology, don't try to go for all this other stuff, go for the soul of the person." This is the Encounter Gospel! At about 8:30 into this video you'll hear Cindy explaining how to do a "cold reading," too.

There is no one who understands; there is no one who seeks God.
— Romans 3:11

 

Do NOT doubt this prophetess! This is the woman who brought much clarity into the church last year when she revealed this new "Word from God:"

Cindy Jacobs Reveals Powerful One-Word Prophecy: "BASTA!!"

Here are many episodes of Fighting for the Faith that examine the teaching of Cindy Jacobs: Cindy Jacobs on Fighting for the Faith


Shawn Bolz Tells Sid Roth: "The Angel of Finance Gave Me His Keys!"

Shawn Bolz ("The Smartphone Prophet") was on Sid Roth's TV show (this was years ago) and told this story about getting really important keys from the Angel of Finance:

I knew that these were keys to resources that Jesus Himself needed in this generation to unlock for Him so He can get the souls that these things would win.
— Shawn Bolz

Lucky for everyone on planet earth, this heavenly visitation was recorded in a book that Bolz is selling (with a foreword from the NARpostle Bill Johnson!):

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Here's another video from when Shawn was promoting his book; notice how the details of his story are different this time:

Shawn Bolz has moved on from this "angelic visitation" shtick to his latest role as the "Seer" who does cold readings but sometimes needs a lifeline as he mimics the Long Island Medium and uses his smartphone to hear from God...

Topless Dancing at Christalignment "Workshop"-Does Kris Vallotton Approve?

What you're about to see is a brief video from Christalignment's own YouTube page; (here's the original uncensored version... which was removed the same day as this article). Their description says this: "Every evening the team offer drumming/dancing free workshops which are so much fun and have plenty of good vibes. We believe this is an important expression of community and oneness in the whole tribe."

Just in case anyone thinks this is not from Christalignment, here's a screenshot of the video from Christalignment's own YouTube channel on January 5, 2018 (we've blurred the woman's breasts):

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What the Bethel-approved ministry Christalignment fails to mention is that some of the women in this video are dancing topless to this tribal drumbeat; one of them puts her shirt on near the beginning while another happily dances topless the whole time, while the Christalignment team smiles and laughs as they pound the drums. Putting the best possible spin on this, someone could say that the topless woman just suddenly appeared and it isn't Christalignment's fault... but Christalignment made the deliberate decision to film this and then load it onto their YouTube channel.

We made a censored version for this Pirate Christian Media page:

Does Kris Vallotton approve of this? He (sort of) approves of the Christalignment "Christian Tarot Cards" (as long as they are called "Destiny Cards"). Bethel Pastor/Missionary Ben Fitzgerald is the son of Christalignment's leaders: Jen and Ken Hodge (you can see Ken with gray hair playing a drum). Theresa Dedmon, one of the many "pastors" at Bethel has written several blog posts now in support of Christalignment and "Destiny Cards." Does she also believe that topless tribal dancing "is an important expression of community and oneness in the whole tribe?"

Christalignment thinks it's a good idea to take and then post photos of the naked people who visit their booth for "Destiny Card" readings:

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Christalignment claims to be "undercover" at these New Age/Pagan events so that they can reach people who normally reject Christianity. They want to show people God's love by giving them Destiny Readings, instead of explaining the ("old-fashioned" and "religious") Gospel message of Christ crucified for our sins.

For whoever is ashamed of Me and My words, the Son of Man will be ashamed of him when He comes in His glory, and the glory of the Father and of the holy angels.
— Jesus (Luke 9:26)
For I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek.
— The Apostle Paul (Romans 1:16)

 

Here's a new video from Chris Rosebrough that explains the Christalignment/Destiny Card issue: 

 

Here's Ben Fitzgerald "grave-sucking:" 

 

Here's a Drum Circle in the Bethel Prayer Room:

 

NOBODY conjures up the "spirit world" better than Rick Joyner's Morningstar Ministries! Warning: This is very disturbing:

Kris Vallotton RUNS From His Own Facebook Post!!

Kris Vallotton is trying to deceive the very people who should know better-the people who read what he says on his Facebook page! Within a 24 hour period he completely contradicted himself, without any explanation. He now fully endorses the use of "Destiny Cards" to help people to "have an encounter with God." The Christalignment Ministry page has also changed the description of their practices to hide the disturbing similarity to tarot card reading.

Yesterday, he harshly criticized (without naming them) Ken and Jenny Hodge for using "Christian Tarot Cards," and he spoke as if these nameless people were not really connected to Bethel Church at all.  Here's a screenshot of his post from yesterday that he erased later in the same day:

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Today he calls them "amazing people" being "destroyed by fake news." 

Here's what Vallotton posted this morning:

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What?? Vallotton himself is the one who was very critical of these people just 24 hours ago! 

Kris Vallotton IS the fake news! 

 

I (Steven Kozar) was able to briefly comment on Vallotton's Facebook page, and then he blocked me from commenting:

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Kris Vallotton is shamelessly manipulating his followers, just like Michael Brown. Vallotton is essentially saying to his gullible followers: "I know that I wrote a very public statement just yesterday condemning the practices of Ken and Jenny Hodge's Christalignment Ministry and then I got all sorts of negative feedback from you people, and then I deleted the whole debate from my wall... but today I want us all to pretend it never happened, so I can now appear to be supportive of their ministry. Okay?" Vallotton's gullible followers seem to be saying "Okay Kris, we will believe anything you tell us."

 Here's the entire article from yesterday: Kris Vallotton and Bethel Cannot Escape Link to New Age Occultism

Here's a new (and disturbing) development as of January 5, 2018: Topless Dancing at Christalignment "Workshop"-Does Kris Vallotton Approve?

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Here's something that false teachers hope you never see: Shocking Stuff you're Not Supposed to Know!

If you want to see how Kris Vallotton is a horrendous Bible twister, listen to this episode of Fighting for the Faith.

Here's a TON of articles all in one place: The Bill Johnson Cornucopia of False Teaching

Titus 1:7-11  “For the overseer must be above reproach as God's steward, not self-willed, not quick-tempered, not addicted to wine, not pugnacious, not fond of sordid gain, but hospitable, loving what is good, sensible, just, devout, self-controlled, holding fast the faithful word which is in accordance with the teaching, so that he will be able both to exhort in sound doctrine and to REFUTE THOSE WHO CONTRADICT. For there are many rebellious men, empty talkers and deceivers, especially those of the circumcision, who must be silenced because they are upsetting whole families, teaching things they should not teach for the sake of sordid gain.”

James 3: 1 "Not many of you should become teachers, my brothers, for you know that we who teach will be judged with greater strictness." 

Titus 2:1 “But as for you, speak the things which are fitting for sound doctrine.”

Galatians 1:6-9  “I am amazed that you are so quickly deserting Him who called you by the grace of Christ, for a different gospel; which is really not another; only there are some who are disturbing you and want to distort the gospel of Christ. But even if we, or an angel from heaven, should preach to you a gospel contrary to what we have preached to you, he is to be accursed! As we have said before, so I say again now, if any man is preaching to you a gospel contrary to what you received, he is to be accursed!

Kris Vallotton and Bethel Cannot Escape Link to New Age Occultism

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Kris Vallotton and Bill Johnson are in a quagmire of New Age Occultism of their own making, but no matter how many posts they erase, or how much they tell their own cover stories, the truth is that they don't teach biblical Christianity and it's (hopefully) starting to become more obvious.

At Bethel Church you find these things:

  • The strange "Latter Rain" and "New Breed" false doctrine leftover from creepy cult-leader William Branham
  • The prosperity gospel heresy of Benny Hinn, and many others (including disgusting blog posts from Kris Vallotton, like this)
  •  A witch who gets positive and affirming "prophetic words" from Bethel "prophets" who tell her to continue her witchcraft
  • Bill Johnson, Kris Vallotton, and other Bethel staff contributed to a book that openly encourages Christians to "take back truths" from the New Age to become more effective Christians

 

The Bethel "gospel" is has nothing to do with sinners repenting of their sin and believing in the atoning sacrifice of Christ to pay for their sins; the Bethel "gospel" is largely focused on telling people how wonderful and loved they are, and helping them to discover their "Destiny."   

Bill Johnson and Kris Vallotton are famous for creating a whole new type of church, where they are known as new Apostles who get direct words from God to guide Christians "off the map" of orthodox, biblical Christianity, which they continually deride as old-fashioned, ineffective and "religious."

In short, nobody goes to Bethel (or their "School of Supernatural Ministry") to learn "traditional" Christianity because they teach that we're in a new era where everyone can hear directly from God (outside of the Bible) and where there are no rules about how to do anything anymore. The "spirit leads us" now. Bethel tells people to experiment and make lots of mistakes until they finally figure out how to "prophecy" or heal people or whatever.

So now a group in Australia called "Christalignment" which has been following the Bethel methods to a tee, is getting thrown under the bus of Kris Vallotton, Bill Johnson & Company. This couple, Ken and Jenny Hodge, are the founders of Christalignment:

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These people are committed to fitting in with hippy/New Age types, so they dress the part and try to be relatable to that crowd. The people of Christalignment give "readings" using their own specially painted "prophetic" cards so that people can learn about their "destiny" or receive some supernatural information about themselves. Does this sound like a physic reading using tarot cards? Yes, of course it does, that's the whole idea! These people are slipping into all sorts of New Age events in order to reach the non-Christian world with what they sincerely believe is the Gospel. That's what they say and believe. This article will not deal with the question of whether these are good things for Christians to be doing; that's for another day.

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These are probably incredibly devoted and caring people who have the best of intentions. Here are some testimonials from their website:

What Our Clients Say About Us

"Wow... I think I read your Dream interpretation 5 times, put it down, pondered on it and re-read it. That is so spot on as to how my life has been. I cannot express to you just how much I am ministered to right now. So many years of waiting for an interpretation.... and it ministers to me more in my season now than had I gotten it earlier. I am writing this with big fat tears of much gratitude rolling down my cheeks right now. Thank you." -Michele

"So true, big shift happened. Life is amazing. Thanks for your guidance. Will let you know when I remember my next dream." -Bianca

"I attended the MBS festival in Sydney yesterday and had a fantastic reading with one of your readers (the lady with the purple hair)." -Greta

"I wish to thank the people at Dandenong market this morning. You have changed my health and mindset. Again.... Thank you." -Tracey

"I met you today at Mornington, Jenny, and wanted to tell you how much more relaxed and positive I feel. Thank you so very much." -Heather

"Thank you so much to the guy & gals at Dandy market today, sorry forgot your names; was just what I needed today - some confirmations & healing as well, so many trials & tribulations have been happening. Thanks again for understanding." -Maria

"Today I went to the Mind Body Spirit festival in the city. Wow, I was blown away by how accurate a reading I had done by a lovely lady named Ally from Christalignment." -Heidi

"Very impressed by Christalignment insights from Spirit at Dandenong market which gave me answers to my questions. Authority, peace, transition, transformation to the Third Heaven. Bliss."-Anne

"I went two times to Christalignment, both being very beneficial to me. I always believed in a higher power and intuitive souls, earth angels. Chau and the team helped me get some direction to where I am in life and some deep relief from a long 5 years of depression. I felt calm and accepted by this lovely group of souls. Thank you guys." -Erin

 

Notice that these testimonials have nothing to do with the Gospel of Jesus Christ. But they seem to be really effective at making people feel some kind of genuine spiritual experience. So what does this have to do with Kris Vallotton and Bethel? Well, today he reacted to this article from Pulpit and Pen (that made the practices of Christalignment more widely known) and he spoke against the apparent "Christian tarot card" reading. Notice how Vallotton speaks as if these are people he knows nothing about:

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Kris Vallotton tries his best to distance himself by claiming no responsibility for the practices of Christalignment, but he quickly discovered that he couldn't brush this off. Bethel is just too closely associated with Christalignment and people started confronting him on his Facebook wall, including Ken and Jenny Hodge, who claim to be the parents of Ben Fitzgerald, a pastor/missionary from Bethel!

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Other people wrote on Vallotton's wall in support of the Hodge's "Christalignment" methods, and Vallotton wrote almost nothing at all:

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What did you expect, Kris Vallotton?? This is the fruit of Bethel's vague, feel-good, do whatever you think the spirit is telling you to do philosophy! Bill Johnson wrote that we should "take back truths" from the New Age; isn't that exactly what Christalignment is doing? Vallotton, Johnson and all the Bethel pastors teach that the unbelievers need to have an "encounter with God" (not hear crusty old Bible passages) and isn't Christalignment doing that very thing? They believe they have discovered an innovative new way to help people "experience God."

Christalignment and Bethel Church teach the same things! Here's a story written by a student of Bethel's "School of Supernatural Ministry" where students are encouraged to operate undercover at New Age/Psychic  fairs: Are You More Religious Than Jesus?

Here's a screenshot of the article:

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Global Awakening, which was founded by Randy Clark (a very close friend of Bill Johnson and Bethel) produced a movie called Witch City that features their students doing exactly the same thing as Christalignment:

 

Is Kris Vallotton going to write a Facebook post condemning Randy Clark's "psychic readers?" Nope. Randy Clark and Bill Johnson are teaching together at Bethel next month. For $139 you can listen to these supernatural experts, too. 

So what does Vallotton eventual do? He deletes his entire post along with all the critical comments from Bethel supporters. This is how Super Pastors operate nowadays (just ask Michael Brown).

For much more detail on this breaking story, please check out these articles from ChurchWatch Central:

Bethelgate – looking under the rug of Bethel administration.

Hodge connects ChristAlignment to Bethel; Bethel retracts statement.

 

UPDATE TO THIS STORY!!

Not only has Kris Vallotton changed his story, the Christalignment Ministry website is erasing its tarot card language: The "Christian" Tarot Card Controversy at Bethel Redding

Kris Vallotton RUNS From His Own Facebook Post!!

 

Here's something that false teachers hope you never see: Shocking Stuff you're Not Supposed to Know!

If you want to see how Kris Vallotton is a horrendous Bible twister, listen to this episode of Fighting for the Faith.

For $79 You Can Learn "Prophetic Tattoo & Piercing Interpretation!"

Hey boys and girls, here's a great idea: "Take your prophetic ministry to the next level—discover how you can give powerful prophetic words to people through their tattoos and piercings!"

Here's a link to Doug Addison's online store where you can buy his course:

Doug Addison's Prophetic Tattoo and Piercing Interpretation Class

In this course you will discover:

  • Why people get tattoos
  • Tattoos in the Bible
  • Common tattoo designs and their meanings
  • How to recognize symbolic messages in tattoos
  • The significance of tattoo and piercing placement
  • How negative designs can have positive meanings
  • How to develop metaphoric thinking
  • Plus, much more

Here's how Doug Addison describes himself:

"Doug Addison is a prophetic speaker, author and coach. Over the past twenty years, he has been a cutting-edge prophetic leader, dream interpreter, entrepreneur, life coach, consultant and trainer. He is also a leading authority in the area of destiny achievement to educational institutions, professional associations and religious organizations." 

And believe it or not, Addison is STILL trying to sell these worthless books:

We are not sure if Doug Addison really is a "cutting-edge prophetic leader, dream interpreter, life coach, consultant and trainer," but he most certainly is an "entrepreneur!"

Shawn Bolz Moves Goal Posts in Word of Knowledge says Close is Accurate Enough

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Shawn Bolz moved the goal posts in a recent word of knowledge video, as he proclaimed that being close is apparently accurate enough.

He starts out clearly calling Terra out by her age of 50. This is clearly about age to him. He finds out that Terra is 51. At that point he declares 50 as close enough, then he moves the goal posts and says the reference to 50 was about a supposed year of jubilee coming Terra’s way.

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The biblical standard for a word from God is 100% accuracy. Regardless, the 100% moving of the goal posts from age to year of jubilee exposes Bolz for being a complete fraud.

 

“An appalling and horrible thing has happened in the land: the prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests rule at their direction; my people love to have it so, but what will you do when the end comes?”

— Jeremiah 5: 30-31

“And her prophets have smeared whitewash for them, seeing false visions and divining lies for them, saying, ‘Thus says the Lord God,’ when the Lord has not spoken.”

— Ezekiel 22: 28

“Your prophets have seen for you false and deceptive visions; they have not exposed your iniquity
to restore your fortunes, but have seen for you oracles that are false and misleading.”

— Lamentations 2: 14


Delusion on Parade: Word of Faith "Weather Warriors" Ignore Reality

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We recently exposed the crazy false teachings of Kat Kerr about controlling the weather here and here. What is truly amazing, frustrating and revealing, are the comments from Kat Kerr's followers on her Facebook page. These people (mostly women) call themselves "Weather Warriors" because they believe they can control the weather. These are not people who want to deal with reality. They live in a tightly contained bubble of Word of Faith heresy and Dominionist fantasies.

They are under a delusion and they LIKE IT.  

For this reason God will send upon them a deluding influence so that they will believe what is false, in order that they all may be judged who did not believe the truth, but took pleasure in wickedness.
— 2 Thessalonians 2: 11-12

These Weather Warriors truly believe they are able to control the weather, and nothing will hinder that belief, not even the obvious inability to control the weather. They are displaying something known as "Confirmation Bias." People can pour their own subjective, irrational ideas into a group and/or belief system and create a sense of meaning and purpose. As example of this, here's a video about young men who have created as sense of purpose and community around the cartoon "My Little Pony:"

Here's a video about a guy who just stares at people without saying a word, and people stand in line to buy tickets just to stare back at him:

 

So, even though Kat Kerr taught her followers that they could confidently send hurricane Irma into the Atlantic ocean where it would dissipate, the storm ignored all of their proclamations and continued on its path of death and destruction. This was...

BIG Failure # 1 

But this didn't convince her gullible followers that something was wrong. Word of Faith teaching says that we must continue to make forceful declarations about whatever it is we want God to do, and He will have no choice but to obey our commands of faith. This is why they continue proclaiming "victory" and "glory" in spite of obvious failure. WOF teaching stresses the importance of people agreeing on something in order to make it happen. They believe we should thank God for the thing He hasn't done yet, because apparently that shows our tremendous faith and forces Him to do OUR will. What they don't realize is that this totally disregards God's sovereign will and makes God out to be a puppet of human manipulation. Here are just a few comments from delusional Word of Faith believers agreeing with Kat Kerr's failure to control a hurricane:

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After about three days of utterly failing to control the hurricane, Kat Kerr claimed that she made a slight mistake: she claimed that hurricane Irma was continuing on its course to Florida because Florida was in a drought and needed water. This was a last ditch effort to explain her inability to control the hurricane. This was...

BIG failure #2

Here's the drought map for the week (notice that Florida is NOT having any drought at all):

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At this point one would hope that her followers would catch on to this scam. Nope. Here's how they respond to her feeble story about sending the hurricane to Florida to help the (pretend) drought...

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Notice the last comment: this lady basically says: "Thanks for your generous offer to send a hurricane in our direction, but we're not having a drought. But thanks so much for involving us in this grand delusion of being Weather Warriors!" 

Here are some more confused and delusional comments:

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At 7 pm on September 10th this is what the gigantic storm looked like as it pummeled Florida:

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And, believe it or not, Kat Kerr was claiming a great victory! 

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Hurricane Irma swept through the entire state of Florida and continued on into Georgia. This was...

BIG Failure #3

After the hurricane ended and Florida was devastated (not to mention the even worse damage in the Carribbean), Kat Kerr told her Weather Warriors how great they were for doing... something:

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Perhaps this comment says it all:

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Ultimately, there are people who believe in the Word of Faith version of Christianity (which is not Christianity at all) because they like it, and people like Kat Kerr can make a good living off of them by maintaining and reinforcing their false beliefs.

“But when the Helper comes, whom I will send to you from the Father, the Spirit of truth, who proceeds from the Father, he will bear witness about me.” - John 15: 26 (Notice how the Holy Spirit directs our attention to Jesus, not to controlling the weather and dominating the earth) 
“Let no one keep defrauding you of your prize by delighting in self-abasement and the worship of the angels, taking his stand on visions he has seen, inflated without cause by his fleshly mind, and not holding fast to the head, from whom the entire body, being supplied and held together by the joints and ligaments, grows with a growth which is from God.” -Colossians 2: 18-19 (Kat Kerr is a master of the "humble brag" and claims to have regular visits to heaven where she gets new revelation directly from God)
“If anyone advocates a different doctrine and does not agree with sound words, those of our Lord Jesus Christ, and with the doctrine conforming to godliness, he is conceited and understands nothing; but he has a morbid interest in controversial questions and disputes about words, out of which arise envy, strife, abusive language, evil suspicions, and constant friction between men of depraved mind and deprived of the truth, who suppose that godliness is a means of gain.” - 1 Timothy 6: 3-5 (Kat Kerr advocates a different doctrine)

 

Kat Kerr does NOT want you to read this: Shocking Stuff You're Not Supposed to Know!


Kat Kerr Moves Goalposts not Hurricanes

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Kat Kerr would like you to believe she can move hurricanes, but really all she can move are her own delusional prophetic goal posts. 

In a previous video she tried to convince us she could make the hurricane go off into the ocean. Then she must have observed Irma's change in direction on her smartphone weather app. Instead of going off into the Atlantic, Irma took a turn west.

To save face Kerr uploaded a new video. 

Now she says western Florida is in a drought and needs rain. She's now giving the hurricane permission to bring needed rain to western Florida, but she's not going to allow the hurricane to cause damage.

The idea that Christians can command the weather is nonsense. Yes Jesus did command a storm in Mark 4:39. Yes Jesus did say we'd do works like he did and greater in John 14:12. This does not mean we are given authority over the weather.

Jesus commanded the weather to show us that He is God, not to be an example of something we can do. This idea that we can command weather is not something the apostles taught or practiced. The apostles didn't command good weather in Acts 17 to stop a famine. Paul didn't command the weather to stop a storm in Acts 27.

Surely they would have commanded the famine to stop or the storm to cease if Jesus taught this nonsense. I doubt our modern day "apostles" have a corner on truth that inspired authors of scripture didn't have.


Kat Kerr Kommands the Hurrikane!!

Shocking Stuff You're Not Supposed to Know!!

The Hyper-Charismatic House of Cards: Let It Fall and Be Free

“An appalling and horrible thing has happened in the land: the prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests rule at their direction; my people love to have it so, but what will you do when the end comes?”

— Jeremiah 5: 30-31

“And her prophets have smeared whitewash for them, seeing false visions and divining lies for them, saying, ‘Thus says the Lord God,’ when the Lord has not spoken.”

— Ezekiel 22: 28

“Your prophets have seen for you false and deceptive visions; they have not exposed your iniquity
to restore your fortunes, but have seen for you oracles that are false and misleading.”

— Lamentations 2: 14

Kat Kerr Kommands the Hurrikane!!

As of September 7, 2017 there is no reason to fear the category 5 hurricane "Irma." The prophetess Kat Kerr has taken authority over this gigantic storm and it will soon dissipate. As of this writing, however, there are many people dead and catastrophic damage in the Caribbean (but maybe Kat Kerr will raise those people from the dead?)...

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This video appeared on Kat Kerr's Facebook page on September 5, 2017:

This woman is blasphemously claiming to have the authority to speak things into existence as if she was God. It doesn't matter how dramatic and forceful she speaks, she is NOT God, nor can she do the same things that God does. 

Although it's good to pray for this terrible storm situation, praying and COMMANDING are not the same things.

Here is footage of what hurricane Irma did the day AFTER Kat Kerr made her declaration:

 

Here is a tiny amount of the damage that this storm has already caused:

 

By the way, Kat would have prevented hurricane Harvey last week, but she just didn't get around to it:

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Lance Wallnau is getting into the action, too:

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UPDATE: Maybe Kat was waving her magic wand in the wrong direction... As of September 8th there are now TWO hurricanes:

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Tales from the Creep: "Prophet" Interviews Dead Princess Diana

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"Prophet" Matthew Robert Payne says Jesus commissioned him to interview the deceased Princess Diana and bring her answers to people in his new book Princess Diana Speaks from Heaven: A Divine Revelation

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In the past few years, Matthew Robert Payne has been receiving visits from Diana in spiritual visions. To mark the twentieth anniversary of her death, Jesus Christ has commissioned him to interview her and bring her answers to people in this short book.
— Princess Diana Speaks from Heaven: A Divine Revelation - Amazon.com

Jesus has apparently also commissioned him to interview Michael Jackson.

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Scripture speaks against communicating with the dead.

10 There shall not be found among you anyone who burns his son or his daughter as an offering,[a] anyone who practices divination or tells fortunes or interprets omens, or a sorcerer 11 or a charmer or a medium or a necromancer or one who inquires of the dead, 12 for whoever does these things is an abomination to the Lord. And because of these abominations the Lord your God is driving them out before you.
— Deuteronomy 18:10-12 (ESV)
31 “Do not turn to mediums or necromancers; do not seek them out, and so make yourselves unclean by them: I am the Lord your God.
— Leviticus 19:31 (ESV)

The creepy "prophet" is clearly not hearing from Jesus. At best he's just making stuff up for some easy money. At worst demons are feeding him creative stories. Either way it's a worthless deception everyone should avoid.

Dr. Michael Brown Guest Hosting Sid Roth’s Crazy Train "It’s Supernatural"

Dr. Michael Brown is once again lending his approval to the outer-fringe of the charismatic movement. He announced on Facebook that he’ll be guest hosting on Sid Roth’s crazy train show It’s Supernaturaland will be interviewing his good friend Jonathan Cahn.

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Sid Roth’s show is a crazy train going full speed ahead to Crazyville. The show’s introduction sounds like  something you’d hear on a paranormal research show. Listen to the introduction below.

The strange world of the supernatural? Is this a psychic research show, or maybe a ghost hunting show? The introduction doesn’t even sound distinctly Christian. Yet you see the camera panning right to Dr. Michael Brown as the voice over talks of the strange world of the supernatural. Why is Dr. Michael Brown giving any credibility to Sid Roth’s show?

Remember when Jeff Jansen was a guest and told about the angel who gave him a 50 carat ruby from heaven?

This isn’t a simple matter of a silly thing to laugh at. Roth and those like him direct our attention away from the simplicity of the gospel. Instead, they focus on soul destroying things like 50 carat rubies supposedly given to people by angels.

Dr. Michael Brown has a bad habit of giving his credibility to the craziness. Remember when Jennifer LeClaire came out with her Sneaky Squid Spirit, and Brown went out of his way to attempt fitting it into the realm of acceptable orthodoxy?

Michael Brown Can’t Defend “Sneaky Squid Spirit”-Repeatedly Changes the Subject

Dr. Michael Brown Ruins His Credibility on His Own Facebook Wall, Then Deletes All the Evidence

Michael Brown Sneaky Squid Spirit Debrief Part 1

Once again he hands his credibility to the crazy by hosting the show and interviewing failed shemitah and blood moon “specialist” Jonathan Cahn. Dr. Brown at this point is addicted to injecting his perceived credibility into the crazy wing of the charismatic movement. And ALL of these false teachers are making giant piles of money off of the gullible.

Dr. Brown needs an intervention ASAP.


Here's a related video about Jonathan Cahn's false teaching:

The Hyper-Charismatic House of Cards: Let It Fall and Be Free

“Let no one keep defrauding you of your prize by delighting in self-abasement and the worship of the angels, taking his stand on visions he has seen, inflated without cause by his fleshly mind, and not holding fast to the head, from whom the entire body, being supplied and held together by the joints and ligaments, grows with a growth which is from God.”

— Colossians 2: 18-19

“If anyone advocates a different doctrine and does not agree with sound words, those of our Lord Jesus Christ, and with the doctrine conforming to godliness, he is conceited and understands nothing; but he has a morbid interest in controversial questions and disputes about words, out of which arise envy, strife, abusive language, evil suspicions, and constant friction between men of depraved mind and deprived of the truth, who suppose that godliness is a means of gain.”

— 1 Timothy 6: 3-5

“And yet some people actually imagine that the revelation in God’s Word is not enough to meet our needs. They think that God from time to time carries on an actual conversation with them, chatting with them, satisfying their doubts, testifying to His love for them, promising them support and blessings. As a result, their emotions soar; they are full of bubbling joy that is mixed with self-confidence and a high opinion of themselves. The foundation for these feelings, however, does not lie within the Bible itself, but instead rests on the sudden creations of their imaginations. These people are clearly deluded. God’s Word is for all of us and each of us; He does not need to give particular messages to particular people.”

— Jonathan Edwards

Todd White Can Sovereignly and Irresistibly Elect People to Salvation?

Todd White may have granted himself and fellow believers abilities that most in his theological camp wouldn’t even grant God. In the video below he asserts that he can claim someone’s salvation and there is no way they can get out of it.

This is really interesting and contradictory because most people in his theological camp tend to be against protestant reformation-era views concerning monergism and God’s part in election and salvation. Most in his theological camp would not grant God the power to do the very thing Todd White just claimed was within his ability.

By default Todd White may be granting himself power that he wouldn’t grant to God.

You can listen to the entire interview below.

 

Read more about this false teacher:

Todd White- How to Read Your(self into the) Bible

Check out these articles about Todd White: Todd White Flips the Gospel Upside Down

Todd White Flees Rebuke of Woman, Threatens to Call Police

Todd White is part of the New Apostolic Reformation: The New Apostolic Reformation Cornucopia of False Doctrine, Dominionism, Charismania and Deception

 

Here's a whole group of false teachers to mark and avoid:

Don't Be Confused by the Crab and the Bears... (or Charisma Magazine's "Astrology")

The following is an unedited article written by Ron Allen of the International Star Bible Society. It's from the Dr. Michael Brown Approved "Christian" website: Charisma Magazine:

 

 

"On July 21 the Sun enters the constellation Cancer (The Holding Place).

Cancer is the eleventh chapter of the Star Bible, and it is a picture of our eternal home with God, commonly called heaven. The modern name of Cancer, a Greek word meaning "crab", clouds the original meaning. It is a mistranslation of the Arabic name "khan", meaning "inn", and "cer," meaning "encircling", picturing a fortified home for travelers. Two other stars add to this understanding, Acubene (the sheltering place) and Tegmine (holding). There is also a faint star cluster known as Praesope (the multitude) reminding us of the multitudes of believers who will be gathered in heaven.

Two other constellations associated with Cancer also suffer from linguistic confusion, Ursa Minor and Ursa Major, the little and big "Bears," also popularly known as the Little and Big Dippers. The Hebrew word for bear, "dohv", was substituted by the Greeks for the actual name "dohven", meaning "sheepfold." Thus, the "bears" are actually the greater and lesser "sheepfolds." Ursa Major is also called "the assembled together" in Hebrew, and the word "assembled" is a linguistic cognate with the Greek word from which we got our word "church".

Ursa Minor (the lesser sheepfold) represents the holding place for the sheep, or believers, who lived before Jesus came. This understanding comes from the star named Kochab which means "waiting on Him who comes," as those Hebrew and other believers had to look forward for the Messiah.

Ursa Major (the greater sheepfold), represents those believers who came after Jesus, the church. The star named Dubheh Lachar, "the latter herd", points to this meaning. And, in addition, the name of the star at the end of the handle of the Dipper, alkaid, also means "assembly", the very name of the church in Greek.

Cancer was the sign of the summer season from the time of the Exodus to the advent of Christ, covering the age of Israel. It was replaced, as the precession of the equinoxes moved sign of the summer season, by Gemini (the united) which covers the time between the advent and the Second Coming of Christ, and was a sign in the sun, moon and stars of the Advent of Christ. Ursa Minor (the lesser sheepfold) in Cancer continues as sign in the sun, moon and stars of the Second Coming of Christ, as the precession of the equinoxes will move Polaris (the turned upon) directly over the North Pole in 2102 AD, signaling Christ's dominance over the high point of heaven.

Cancer is, of course, obscured from view now because it is hidden behind the Sun's glare. However, the Greater and Lesser Sheepfolds dominate the northern sky and are always visible. The Lesser Sheepfold, Ursa Minor, is easy to find because it contains the Pole Star Polaris. The Greater Sheepfold, a.k.a. the Big Dipper, will be in the Northwestern sky during the evening hours.

Don't be confused by the Crab and the Bears. Your home in Heaven is pictured in the stars." 

(Ron Allen's book)

(Ron Allen's book)

Patricia King Can Ascend to Heaven

Patricia King claims she has the ability to ascend into the heavens, and she has apparently received study notes that she describes as almost complete dictation from the Holy Spirit on how you also can "ascend into the heavens." Perhaps she could take some videos of heaven on her next visit?

Instead of teaching people at her "glory school" she could could simply show us heaven itself! Of wait, she can't charge a fee if she doesn't have a "glory school."

According to Patricia King, the Bible isn't clear enough on our ability to ascend to heaven, so she needed some Holy Spirit dictated notes to make up for where the Bible is lacking. 

We know the Bible isn't lacking of course. We really don't need whatever Patricia King's vast imagination can conjure up. In fact when you see her lips start moving, it's probably a good idea to run away as fast and far as you can!

My dear brothers; eventually some new teachers will bring new teachings into the Church. Among their beneficial ideas will be the practice of “ascending to heaven” on an ongoing basis. And these new teachers will sell their services in what will be called “Glory Schools.” You must follow these teachers and ignore the previous teachings of the Bible.
— Said No Apostle Ever

Have you had enough of these false prophets? Read this and find some relief:

The Hyper-Charismatic House of Cards-Let It Fall and Be Free