Faytene Kryskow: Marked

Mt 16:4  A wicked and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign; and there shall no sign be given unto it, but the sign of the prophet Jonas. And he left them, and departed.

Someone sent me the following video on Facebook.  (Thanks, Robyn.)

If you’re looking for smoke and mirrors, Patricia King never disappoints.

The Word of God, which took God approximately 1,600 years to inspire the hearts of men to write, has GOT to be our sole source of truth, otherwise we will be led into the spiritual minefield of false doctrine.  Deception is strong now and will continue to grow stronger as we approach the coming of our Lord.

In this video by Paticia King, Faytene Kryskow, mystic and self-proclaimed prophetess, says that she was stocking shelves with books entitled “Marked:  A Generation of Dread Champions Rising To Shift Nations” that had come fresh from the printing house when a hush came over her.  To her, this was a sign to her that God was about to speak.  Sticking out of one of the books was fresh, crisp Israeli money.  Keep in mind, these books hadn’t been anywhere yet, she said they had just come from the printer.   According to Kryskow, God had stuck a shekel in the book to bookmark it in a place He wanted her to read.  What’s so funny (or ridiculous) about this testimony is that the book God supposedly bookmarked for her to read was a book she had written herself.  (That’s a pretty good endorsement for a new book you’re trying to shill, isn’t it?  After all, if God likes it enough to quote from it it must be good, right???)

The message God supposedly gives Kryskow from her book is this: a generation of dread champions are gonna rise up and shift nations.  Isn’t that always one of the top priorities with these folks?  She says she is to carry this message in the next “season,” and says the season we are entering is the season where creation groans for the revealing of the sons of God.  She believes we are entering into a time when there will be more signs and wonders (and she speaks about this as if it’s a good thing even though Jesus said that a wicked and adulterous generation seeks after a sign), and a revealing of a “really mature breed” of men and women in the earth who will see a shift in the nations and revival in the earth.  Faytene Kryskow and Patricia King believe, teach, and promote the heretical Latter Rain/Manifest Sons of God doctrine, and you can learn more about that by clicking here.  What you’re hearing here is even more promotion of that erroneous doctrine.

We are to rely on the Bible and the Bible alone as God’s source of infallible truth…not books written by Faytene Kryskow, Patricia King, or anyone else.  Kryskow can quote from it all she wants, I’ll stick to the Word of God.

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10 Responses to Faytene Kryskow: Marked

  1. Jo says:

    Wow, you’re so far from the truth you can’t even recognize it anymore. You know, there’s freedom for you. That bondage that you carry around everyday, every minute of everyday is so heavy. There’s only One who can remove it for you….Jesus Christ. He loves you more than you could every imagine, more than your mind could even conjure up. You are precious. Just call out His Name, the Name of Jesus.

  2. Robert L. says:

    We’ve seen plenty of examples these last few years of people like Faytene Kryskow who make absurd claims like ” a generation of dread champions are gonna rise up and shift nations ” and the church is going to rise up from the ashes, powerful & strong, and theres going to be a huge awakening. Luke 18:8 says quite the opposite “I tell you that he will avenge them speedily. Nevertheless when the Son of man cometh, shall he find faith on the earth?”

    Most will have no problem knowing that God can speak to us through our circumstances, but unlike Pat King’s example, the litmus test for all of our experiences must be the word of God, and if it doesn’t measure up, we must not try and define scripture by it, or create a “thus saith the Lord” piece of fabricated nonsensical dialogue. Example: When my father died prematurely, God used it to remind me that our journey on this earth is brief, and we best be ready, and use what little time we have for His glory. No one is guaranteed tomorrow. That lines up with scripture, and could be used to express or possibly exegete certain scriptural passages.

    While exegesis draws out the meaning from the text, eisegesis occurs when a reader reads his/her interpretation into the text. Many times, like the above example, every single rule of biblical hermeneutics is broken. Having no biblical background or grounding in the word, but their own experience to lead them , what we have is quite literally, the blind leading the blind. Generations of blind people, who follow after a sign, and haven’t a clue what it means to deny themselves, pick up their cross, and follow Christ.

    So, supposedly, God has hand picked Faytene to lead government reforms, political reforms, challeging injustices, rising up in truth & wisdom. No Biblical training required ?
    Our job isnt to change the world sytems, but to challenge the hearts of unbelievers through the preaching of God’s word.
    The Bible says this : John 12:32: “And I, if I be lifted up from the earth, will draw all men unto me.” He was speaking of His death on the Cross, but the important thing we must remember is that HE will draw all unto Himself. Paul the Apostle also said, in 1 Corinthians 2:2, “For I determined not to know any thing among you, save Jesus Christ, and him crucified.”
    If only we would preach that Jesus died to give Life to mortal souls, He would draw them to Himself. After all, it is not by the “will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God.” (John 1:13) Our job is not to “get men saved” but to point them to Jesus. Only He can draw them, and only He can save them. Salvation is the effect of the Cross.

  3. Brian of the Hil People says:

    A generation of dread champions?

    Silliness.

    Else why does the Savior say about His return, “Shall He find faith on the earth?”

    It is only Christ Jesus who sets Himself as a dread warrior. We are helpless sinners become profitless slaves to Christ, to be received as children adopted by the Father in Him. Christ does it all. He looked but there was none to stand with Him so His own right arm brought Him salvation.

    Still, how lucky for this wolfette that God thinks so highly of her book. I mean, He didn’t even refer her to His own Word. Imagine the surpassing excellence of that which is nigh or even superior to God’s eternal, infallible Word. (yes, sarcasm)

  4. Vernon says:

    I keep hearing over and over how God is about to unleash this and pour out that. Year after year I hear that this is going to be the moment that God is about to release the greatest anointing/outpouring but nothing happens. I think all it does it get the people in the crowd excited and after that they can go home with warm fuzzies while they wait around until next week. I guess this lets me be lazy so I can wait for an explosion of supernatural power.

    I’m pretty sure that already happened WHEN GOD SENT THE HOLY SPIRIT TO US THE FIRST TIME (and the only time it was needed.)

  5. Annunk says:

    “a generation of dread champions are gonna rise up and shift nations”…. uh huh. Right..

    Is this person by any chance connected to Mike Bickle/IHOP? Sounds like they’re cracked out of the same egg. I mean, don’t you just KNOW that ANYone who follows this “generation” and “forerunners” bologna is going to feel like they’re just head and shoulders ABOVE the rest of ‘em…

    “Wolfette” is an understatement. Big time.

  6. carrie daniel says:

    key words here, “emerging, generation and “rising” and the only mark these folks are destined for unfortunately is the mark of the beast who will rise up (emerge) out of the sea. Keep on being critical of these enemies of the cross, I don’t hate them at all, but they sure are not of the faith of Jesus Christ and they themselves( because I have had to listen to them teach before in church) are pretty good at dogging those who would contend for the faith. Thanks– sincerely, Carrie Daniel

  7. carrie daniel says:

    she sounds like todd bentley.

  8. Rev's. Kate & Rich M. says:

    So, let me understand this–these are the dudes with the green prosperity feather/ angel thing; the teeth whitening whatever miracles, yada yada, blah, blah, blah baloney beliefs who are praying for revival?

    And, horror of horrors, guide the unsaved to Christ?

    Right there, because of their dubious and ridiculous doctrine and questionable reputations, a huge red flag is waving.

    God is faithful and He will get the glory no matter ( remember, God has used an ass to speak His word).

    Fuggeddaboutit…run for the hills! K

  9. Mike L. says:

    There has been a lot of talk over the years of “revival” and the ones saying it are the Word Faith people and other nut jobs like Todd Bentley and false profits of his ilk. I am reminded of Josiah. God rose up one righteous king in the midst of many evil kings to try to bring Judah back to repentance before they were taken captive by Nebuchadnezzar. And what happened? Revival did come but then Josiah died and like so many of these modern-day “revivals”, when the preacher fades to black somehow, the “revival” fades with him (or her nowadays). This is evidence that the “revival” was tied directly to the personality of the “preacher”; not to anything divine. Plain and simple, people followed the MAN and not the Messiah!!! If the Spirit of God had been the SOURCE of these “so-called” revivals, then we’d have seen a lot more fruit, me thinks. Instead, we see all kinds of heresies and doctrines of demons being spewed out in the name of “christianity” and it’s really just heresy from the pit of Hell.

    Will He find faith on the earth? Sad that it had to be a question and not a statement that He WILL find faith on the earth.

    In His service,

    Mike

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