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May 21, 2009

How to hear what the false prophets really say:

by @ 2:55 pm. Filed under Nuts on Parade

You never hear what the false prophets don’t say when they deliver their prophecies. However, I have stumbled upon a technology which can fill in the subliminal parts of their messages. Here are some of the results. The missing parts that I was able to fill in are in parentheses.

From Rick Joyner, Jan/Feb 1990:

“There will also be some new wonders coming to the church. (People will wonder how we false prophets get away with our deception so easily.)  We had some of these just recently where (the super false prophet) Bob Jones and I (a major false prophet) (never) heard angels singing twice in a meeting. This didn’t even take any faith, it was so loud and so clear (and so non-existent), it was like a choir (not) singing. Another time, we had the odor of incense fill a meeting for about 15 minutes (then we blew out the scented candles).  It was so intense that you couldn’t help but smell it (was cinnamon) …He (never) gave it as a witness that He was receiving the intercession from these people, the prayers and their intercession. He had said He would (not) come with a sign that we would smell the (phony) incense. It came so powerfully faith was hardly needed (However, group hypnosis was essential.). And we saw the wind of the Spirit blow so hard at a meeting you could see people’s hair blowing! (Then we turned off the fans.)  So He is (not) coming (to any meetings) a whole lot more dramatically (because His Word says it will be as the lightning flashes from the east to the west). As one brother said, ‘This hardly takes any faith (just extreme suggestibility), it is so (not) obvious.’ But when He comes in ways like that, it is always to give a message (that this manifestation is false). He is not just trying to tickle our curiosity or our interest in (false) supernatural things, He is (not) trying to say something to us (because He has finally spoken to us by His Son through the original apostles).

http://www.deceptioninthechurch.com/quotes.html#Joyner

Benny Hinn on TBN May, 2000:
“(Dear, duped) ladies and gentleman, Jesus is shaking the world! Now something else is happening that is to me (not) awesome! Absolutely (not) awesome (at all)! The Lord is (not) physically appearing in the Muslim world. I’m telling you, Paul, I am (not) hearing it now more and more and more. Since we preachers cannot go there, Jesus is (not), just going there Himself (because Paul says, “How shall  they hear without a preacher?” And, the answer is, “They can’t.”). Since we preachers are not permitted to go in, He is (not) just showing up Himself. You know the Scriptures says clearly that the Lord did appear, did He not? Ah for forty days, isn’t that right (to the original apostles only)? And the Scriptures says He, He, He even, He even appeared to Paul (last of all). He’s ( in no way) doing the same thing today in the Muslim world. He’s (not) appearing, hear this, He is (NOT) appearing to Muslims, saying I am Jesus of Nazareth! And (of course) they’re (not) coming to know the Lord (by this false method)!”

Benny Hinn:
“I know deep in my soul something supernatural is (not) going to happen in Nairobi Kenya. Paul and Jan are coming to Nairobi with me (to help spread error, a different spirit and another Jesus with their vast network), but Paul, we may very well (not) come back with footage of Jesus appearing on the platform. You know that the Lord (never) appeared in Romania recently and there’s a (fake) video of it, where (something other than) the Lord appeared in there back of a church and you  see Him on video walking down the aisle, Yea. Paul do you remember when I came on TBN years ago I showed you a (phony) clip of the Lord appearing in our church in Orlando on the balcony on the wall? Yea you remember that.

Paul Crouch:
“Yea (no), (not) very well. I (don’t like to admit I ever) saw it.”

A Message from Ruth Heflin to Benny Hinn TBN, April 2000:

“(False prophetess) Ruth Heflin said, the Lord (never really) spoke to her recently, and she called my wife and told her to tell me, that Jesus (never, ever) said to her, that He will appear physically on the platform in one of our crusades. She said, ‘Tell Benny, that the Lord (has not) told me that He is going to appear physically on the platform, and the crowds will (not be able to) see Him, on the platform.’ Dear God my hair is (not) standing up!” It may very well (never) happen in Nashville! She said, thousands (of deeply hypnotized people) will see (someone other than) the Lord, on the platform!”

http://www.ondoctrine.com/10hinn.htm

Well, you can see that this technology is really just old-fashioned satire. It is effective in exposing the sandy foundation of error. It is open source and freely available to any discerning believer who can rightly divide the word of God. These people above and all their comrades-in-arms are dangerous wolves who have no godly principles. They do not honor the Word except to appropriate it to give their deceiving words the illusion of credibility. It works with the unlearned, the unsuspecting and the false brethren. Beware them and their ilk. Do not support them in any way.   Do not receive their messages. Especially, dear saints of God, do not inquire of them, for read what God says to us about doing that, “the punishment of the prophet shall be the same as the punishment of the one who inquired” (Ezekiel 14:10b) Repent of all entanglements with them lest you be swept away with them in their error.

(This post was written by Stan, with Independent Conservative providing editorial support.)



4 Responses to “How to hear what the false prophets really say:”

  1. JesusIsGod Says:

    LOL! this is so funny, but also sad because there is so much deception out there.

  2. Sojourner Says:

    abomination!

  3. agapeflight Says:

    Are there still miracles and signs and wonders at all? Paul said in 2 Cornithians that the marks of a true Apostle (in addition to correct doctrine) were at the time of his writing signs and wonders and miracles (2 Cor 12:12.) We are right to test those who claim ot be prophets and are not, but we should be careful not to lose out first love as Jesus mentioned to the Ephesian church in Revelation. God is all powerful and sovereign and I hope that the criticism of these men rests solely upon their own lack of integrity and the lying wonders they claim and not upon a doctrinal point of view that excludes the miraculous from ever occuring.

    IndependentConservative reply on October 8th, 2009 at 8:53 am :

    We here certainly affirm salvation in Christ, the triune nature of God and scriptures as the sure word to use for instruction and teaching. So we’re not some pack of folks trying to turn anyone away from Christ. We all “hate the practices of the Nicolaitans”. And we fully affirm Christ as our first love.

    Certainly there are saints who pray for things such as healing and receive it, doing as instructed in James 5, to call for the elders of the church. However, we must be honest when recognizing nobody today is honestly showing all that Paul had occur in the signs and wonders displayed. I have no problem saying we can’t show a single person who actually displays all the signs and wonders Paul displayed. And with the foundation already having been laid, I’m not surprised that we don’t.

    I do beleive that one day the two witnesses noted in Revelation 11 will come and work all the miracles the Bible says will come with them. But we’re just not seeing it in that fashion now.

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