A Look Back at the Deceiver Tod Bently

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It was the actions and teachings of this man that brought about this blog a few years back. I had heard of him and began doing research. When I confronted his followers with the truth, I was poo pooed. They wanted to say he was of God. When I refused to jump on the band wagon of one of the greatest imposters ever to rise up, I was judged as unteachable, rebellious. I’m sure some of you were too.

I noticed how a couple of pastors I knew at the time, wouldn’t even discuss it with me. Having the “touch not God’s anointed” teaching branded in their being, they could not even allow themselves to search the matter out with me and /or label Tod Bently as a false teacher. Some of you wonder why some of us do not go to church or seek fellowship among you. It is this is the kind of behavior that causes a lot of us NOT to want to follow your teachers, prophets, evangelists, etc. When you refuse to test things along with us, you have shown yourselves too willing to follow every wind of doctrine. Your opinions of men and the traditions you have been taught, have become more important than being a Berean.

About the video: The looks of pure stupidity on the faces alone while Bently is talking how God told him to slap and kick people in the face, should have been enough to warn you that this man was/is a deceiver. You can keep that god of yours who would kick people in the face with their biker boot.

Oh, and if there are some of you who finally came to the conclusion this man was a fake, just admit it to those who tried warning you in the first place. Please do not make an excuse by saying something starts out in the spiritual but then ends up in the flesh. If you do that much, then maybe some of us will start trusting you enough to desire to seek fellowship among you. If not, that is ok. Some of us have learned to be alone with our convictions. We are not addicted to man or institutions made in the image of man.

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More Tod Bently lies

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It’s been a while since I put anything up on this imposter. Thought now was as good time as any.

Looks like even Rick Joyner is getting tired of listening to the bull dung. Oh well, too bad, too sad. Joyner helped bring about this heretic. Enjoy, Rick.

If gold falls in the meeting, do they still take up a collection? Just saying.

Bentley: It Rained Gold During Our Revival In South Africa

RWW Blog:Todd Bentley just got back from leading a revival in South Africa during which an angel touched his wife, causing it to rain gold everywhere they went.

Choo Thomas has died

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I will not put the following article up. It suggests she went to heaven. I can not say she has and neither can anyone else. Choo Thomas taught doctrines of demons. She either was delusional, led by deceiving spirits or an out right liar. God knows.

I’ll use this time to address all of the books being sold about heaven now days. Everybody has an experience, everybody has something to say. I believe none of it. Not when Paul said he saw things that were unspeakable, concerning his visit to the heavenlies.  But now days, if somebody’s kid has surgery or about dies or whatever, the first thing that happens? The parent wants to write a book about it, making thousands of dollars off the stories the child tells. Anybody can make up a story and sell it to the masses. There are millions of gullible people out there who would buy anything. These stories do not line up with the Bible, nor with the Jesus of the Bible. Over the years, I’ve read enough of them to know. I won’t waste my time trying to defend my position. It is what it is. But if you want to know what heaven is like, you can find it in the Bible.

Information on the death of Choo Thomas is here:

http://www.charismanews.com/us/39358-heaven-is-so-real-author-choo-thomas-passes-away

An Example of a “sign and wonder” that will decieve many

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Just another example of how people will be taken in by Satan’s signs and wonders at some point.  This was obviously done with holograms of some sort. The day will come, I believe, when some great image will appear in the sky demanding we worship it. This sign and wonder will cause people to stand in awe as they bow down. It will be a lying sign and wonder. The One true God never forces anyone to worship Him. Yet, there will be a day when every knee shall bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus is King of Kings and Lord of Lords. God will not have to force it. People will just know it. They will either find forgiveness or judgment on that day. One can have forgiveness now by calling out to the One True Sacrifice for all mankind — Jesus Christ, Son of God, yet God Himself.

David Copperfield – Vanishing the Statue of Liberty

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David Copperfield vanishes the Statue of Liberty in front of a live audience on Liberty Island. No camera tricks were used and this was first featured in his 5th television The Magic of David Copperfield V: Vanishing the Statue of Liberty.

This illusion is listed by the Guinness Book of World Records as the largest disappearance ever performed by a magician.

The “Jesus Culture” – a petri dish for growing young new heretics?

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bzel333: The Jesus Culture Conferences are teaching biblical error. Some biblical errors are more obvious than others. One error that can be hard to detect is the “different gospel” that is taught and preached consistently throughout Jesus Culture’s teachings. It is “Word of faith” and signs and wonders and not at all Christ centered and cross focused. If you are planning to attend a Jesus Culture Conference, I would strongly reconsider attending.

Why is it always an “angel”?

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Ok, so the following article tells us about a “sign” in the sky that people immediatedly want to call an angel. When confessed Christians are quick to jump on the band wagon with this sort of thing, no wonder the Atheists see us as a bunch of kooks. The same people who see this as a “sign” would be the very same people who see the Virgin Mary in their grill cheese sandwich, the same people who would believe gold dust and angel feathers are in their worship services.

I think what is happening is people are so desperate to believe in something, that they would believe anything. As long as it brings them the warm fuzzys. My question, especially to confessed Christians: if you say angel, why can’t I call it a devil? A lying sign and wonder. For all we know HAARP could have made it or it could be a hologram. OR, it could even be a sign from Satan. If Satan’s ministers transform themselves into angels of light, then is it never possible that he could even do this to get people to follow “signs and wonders” all in the name of some kind of spirituality?

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http://www.wptv.com/dpp/news/region_c_palm_beach_county/west_palm_beach/a-message-from-above?llll

Just hours after white smoke signaled that a new pope was named some South Floridians saw a different sign of faith in the sky.

Diane Barnwell was among them. She snapped a photo resembling an angel outside of the mall in Wellington.

“It looks like an angel to me, it really, really does.(laughs),” she said.

Which is why Diane grabbed her cell phone and snapped a few photos.

“I thought ‘wow, this is really something, you know?’ It made me feel like something is watching over us. And I know the pope was elected yesterday so maybe that was a sign that God is happy with what’s happened.”

A pontifical prophecy? Or just a cirrus cloud at sunset? Or……even a hoax?

Count Jessica Haislip among the skeptical. “I think the photos could’ve been photo-shopped because I tend to be more scientific minded and question things more.”

The photos instantly went viral. Social media has been bursting with different opinions.

Raymond Russo of St. Ann Catholic Church in West Palm Beach sees a different spiritual leader in that cloud.
“To me it looks like Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit all in one, coming to give us a message of good tidings.”

Father Nestor Rodriguez is the pastor St. Ann Catholic Church, he says, “Obviously people will see different things, but I think if it’s significant for people of faith…if it gives us inspiration…glory to God!”

I see nothing in this that brings glory to God. What I do see is just another hap-hazard sign that is preparing a sea of people to accept the final and the grandest delusion to ever hit the earth.

Are all angels safe?

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http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/mwest/120713

My comments will be in green

By Marsha West

Contrary to popular belief angels are neither chubby little babes with rosy cheeks nor are they exquisite young women with gossamer wings decked out in long flowing gowns. The Bible reveals very little about angels. What we do know is that God sends angels to do His bidding.

Nor are angels balls of lights or orbs, that so many now want to profess. This alone has got to be the most ridiculous of all claims. There is absolutely no proof of any such thing. Just because so-called leaders (especially within the apostate church) say so, does not make it the truth.   

The Bible mentions two elect holy angels (the good guys) by name: Michael and Gabriel. Scripture also mentions the Angel of the Lord; Michael the archangel; the Captain of the Host of the Lord; messengers; and guardians.

Also mentioned are fallen angels (the bad guys). Lucifer, one of God’s highest angels, led a revolt against God and was banished from heaven along with his followers which is said to be a third of the angels. There are many names for Lucifer such as Satan, Devil, Prince of Darkness and Beelzebub. The other rebels became demons. In the future God will judge Satan and his demons.

Angels are spirit beings and are neither male nor female. In the Bible they appear to people as males, never as females.

Because I have written several articles on angeles I’m often asked if angels are among us today.

Yes!

Be not forgetful to entertain strangers: for thereby some have entertained angels unawares(Heb. 13:2).

Those who believe they are experiencing an angel visitation must scrutinize what the angel purports. For example, does your angel point you to Jesus Christ or away from Him? Elect holy angels (from here on out referred to as angels) will always point you to Christ, never to anyone else, living or deceased, which includes the Apostles and the Virgin Mary.

I would have to add here, that if the angel is pointing you to Jesus, then what kind of Jesus? Usually it is one who points you back to the experience so you will continue to seek another occultic experience. If you feel led to continue on seeking this experience, then it is not the real Jesus.

Angels never espouse new doctrines or extra-biblical (special) revelation. Likewise, they do not point individuals to religions such as Hinduism, Buddhism, Islam, Jainism, Zoroastrianism, et al.

Angels by no means encourage participation in the counterfeit religions’ holy days, festivals, ceremonies and rituals, nor do they advance the idea of having a sacred place or space.

Angels would never suggest that people involve themselves in occult activities. Currently, Transcendental Meditation (TM) is all the rage, even among Christians. Angels absolutely do not direct anyone to embrace this pagan practice. TM is not biblical meditation. Instead of meditating on God’s Word, the practitioner goes into an altered-state-of-consciousness (alpha state) which is a light dream state in order to connect with “god.” It should be a big red flag that New Agers are advocates of TM. In fact, many so-called psychics make meditation a part of their spiritual practice to contact their “spirit guides.”

Sadly, many Christians who have embraced The Silence akacontemplative, or centering, or breathprayer are woefully unaware that what they’re practicing is unbiblical meditation.

And then we have “Christian yoga” spreading like a wild fire through the Christian community. I realize that this may not go over well with some readers, however, even if your yoga class is led by a Christian and held in a church, it is taboo!

The bottom line is this: Angels would not, could not, promote anything God expressly forbids — and He forbids His children to have any part in pagan religious practices, nor are we to embrace the world’s philosophies.

Bear in mind that the holy angels are incapable of going against God, whereas unholy angels continuously go against God in their quest to lead people astray. In 2 Cor. 4:4 we learn that Satan is the “god of this world.” According to Gotquestions.com:

The phrase”god of this world”… indicates that Satan is the major influence on the mind-set expressed by the ideals, opinions, goals, hopes and views of the majority of people. His areas of influence also encompass the world’s philosophies, education, and commerce. The thoughts, ideas, speculations and false religions of the world are under his control and have sprung from his lies and deceptions.

I’m also frequently asked if God allows us to contact angels.

No!

Regard not them that have familiar spirits, neither seek after wizards to be defiled by them: I am the LORD your God (Leviticus 19:31).

It is a complete waste of time to “call your angel” or to try to contact angels by constructing an altar…lighting candles…burning incense…meditating… or any other way that allegedly makes angels feel comfortable. God forbids His people from contacting the spirit realm! And besides, regenerate Christians have direct access to God through the Son, Jesus Christ. “For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus.” (1Tim 2:5) So, why would we call on angels or anybody else when we can go directly to God through Christ?

Those who contact angels (or spirit guides) are inviting demons! Demons can and do possess humans! Both holy and unholy angels are notgiven the authority to indwell believers. The reason is obvious: the Holy Spirit takes up residence in a person at the moment of regeneration. Once the Spirit takes up residence in a believer, He never leaves. Listen to what Jesus said:

And I will pray the Father, and he shall give you another Comforter, that he may abide with you for ever; Even the Spirit of truth; whom the world cannot receive, because it seeth him not, neither knoweth him: but ye know him; for he dwelleth with you, and shall be in you (John 14:16-17).

Those who are truly saved are God’s property:

You are from God, little children, and have overcome them; because greater is He who is in you than he who is in the world (1 John 4:4).

Again, believers cannot be demon possessed. They are, however, susceptible to demonic oppression.

Demonic oppression is when a demon is temporarily victorious over a Christian, successful in tempting a Christian to sin, and able to hinder a Christian’s ability to serve God with a strong testimony. (Source)

I’m going to close with this warning: Contacting angels is neither wise nor safe.

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