Patricia King the Pantheist Preacher

No, not THAT Patricia King.  There’s another one!

I came across the video below on YouTube.  Who knew there were two Patricia Kings who preach?!?!  And, this one is no more Biblically sound than the other one.

This Patricia King is a pantheist, as is evident by her teaching.  Take a look and see.

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11 Responses to Patricia King the Pantheist Preacher

  1. Stan says:

    That was a church service????

  2. annunk says:

    Just guessing but was this in California?

  3. Mike A says:

    She was there to give a speech (so it seemed). Very strange”church”.

  4. Joanne says:

    I could not take anymore after about 2 min. seems she is into many different new age thoughts just in the 2 min. alone, its like these false teachers keep getting worse and worse! God help us to be Faithful with His word, and God help those who fall into this trap!

  5. This is a “United Church of Religious Science” and Ms. King is an ordained ‘minister’ of Religious Science. She is the founder and ‘pastor’ of ‘Center for Inspirational Living’. This is from their website:
    Our Purpose
    We are a joyful spiritual community dedicated to awakening awareness of the Divinity expressing through and as all life. Our intention is to support individuals in creating a life that works with success and happiness. In so doing we believe that in changing our individual lives, we contribute to the raising of the consciousness of the planet.

    Our Philosophy
    We believe in the unity of all life. We are guided in study through New Thought/Ancient Wisdom; the teaching of the ancient masters as presented by Ernest S. Holmes in his writings titled The Science of Mind.

    Ernest Holmes was an ordained ‘Divine Science’ minister and wrote on metaphysics. He was the founder of a movement know as ‘Religious Science’. A couple of his stated tenets of belief are: “I believe in the incarnation of the Spirit in all, and that we all are incarnations of the one Spirit” and “I believe in the direct revelation of Truth through my intuitive and spiritual nature, and that anyone may become a revealer of Truth who lives in close contact with the Indwelling God.” One more is “I believe that the Universal Spirit, which is God, operates through a Universal Mind, which is the Law of God; and that I am surrounded by this Creative Mind, which receives the direct impress of my thought and acts upon it.” Also, “I believe in the control of conditions through the power of the Mind.” So, you can see that this is in no way a ‘Christian’ meeting or church.

  6. One word comes to mind “apostate”. So sad.

  7. Kendra says:

    YOU’RE slaughtering the sheep with your utter ignorance — “Greater works than these shall ye do also” — if you had it your way, all Christians would be content to simply be saved, nothing else, poor, with nothing to give — which in itself comes from the oocult, and eastern religions. God says “touch not my anointed.” You are cursing God’s annointing. When your life is shortened your relatives should print that on your tombstone.

    • Chrystal says:

      Wow… simply saved? Our salvation came at a GREAT price, yet you brush it aside as if it were a trivial thing compared to money, and material goods. How sad.

      You are mistaken if you believe God’s favor is shown through monetary means. God’s love is shown to us in that while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us. That is everything! The power of God is expressed in the gospel. That is not an eastern occultic religion, that is Scriptural truth.

      As for my life being shortened, well, I’m afraid you’re not the first one to foretell my death because I dare to contend against false teaching, and you won’t be the last.

  8. Stan says:

    @ Kendra: Have you ever read the places where “touch not mine anointed ” is found? It’s found twice: I Chron 16:22; Psalm 105:15: Saying, Touch not mine anointed, and do my prophets no harm. Read the full context of them both.

    The context is about the physical safety God granted to the Patriarchs when they traveled about in a strange land by themselves and his warning to all not to harm them. No one here is trying to assault or harm these false teachers. What is going on is exposing them by evaluating their fruit – their teaching. Jesus said to “know them by their fruit.” Paul says to “examine everything carefully and hold to that which is good.” Also, the Bereans examined from the scriptures what Paul taught to see if what he said about Jesus was true. They were called noble for doing that. Jesus commended the Ephesians in Rev 2:2 for not tolerating those who called themselves apostles and finding them to be liars. We are told over and over in the New Testament not to let anyone deceive us. Are you obeying those verses?

    The reason why you quoted that half of the verse, most likely, is that a false teacher taught that to you and the rest of his supporters to protect himself from careful, biblical scrutiny; for, he knows that would give him away if it was used. If they were of God, they would welcome scrutiny. They certainly would not use a verse to refer to themselves which about something they are not even experiencing from their critics.

    You may be sincere or not. I cannot know that about you from one post. I just need to let you know that you’re in danger from these false teachers.

    Stan

  9. unworthy1 says:

    Kendra,
    Please, refrain from taking God’s word out of context to fit your beliefs. As for ‘touch not my anointed’, God was NOT referring to false teachers/prophets. Matthew Henry clarifies…”Let God’s former mercies to his people of old, to our ancestors and our predecessors in profession, be commemorated by us now with thankfulness to his praise. Let it be remembered how God protected the patriarchs in their unsettled condition. When they came strangers to Canaan and were sojourners in it, when they were few and might easily have been swallowed up, when they were continually upon the remove and so exposed, when there were many that bore them ill-will and sought to do them mischief, yet no man was suffered to do them wrong—not the Canaanites, Philistines, Egyptians. Kings were reproved and plagued for their sakes. Pharaoh was so, and Abimelech. They were the anointed of the Lord, sanctified by his grace, sanctified by his glory, and had received the unction of the Spirit. They were his prophets, instructed in the things of God themselves and commissioned to instruct others (and prophets are said to be anointed, 1 Ki. 19:16; Isa. 61:1); therefore, if any touch them, they touch the apple of God’s eye; if any harm them, it is at their peril”

    As for God wanting us all to be ‘wealthy’ where is your scriptural references.
    Let me share with you what God says about wealth, ‘It is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle, than for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God.’ Mark 10:25
    Matthew 19:16-22 is a MUST read for those who insist wealth and prosperity are part of God’s ‘plan’.
    Also, 1 Timothy 6, starting with verse six, ‘But godliness actually is a means of great gain when accompanied by contentment. For we have brought nothing into the world, so we cannot take anything out of it either. If we have food and covering, with these we shall be content. But those who want to get rich fall into temptation and a snare and many foolish and harmful desires which plunge men into ruin and destruction. For the love of money is a root of all sorts of evil, and some by longing for it have wandered away from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs.’

    I highly recommend Michael Crittenden’s post to you Kendra, although it won’t do any good unless grace is shed upon you. As for your comment on Chrystal’s life being ‘shortened’, how brazenly ignorant of you to say such! You really are delusional; prayerfully, not beyond mercy.

    lyn

  10. David says:

    Remember that the Devil knows scripture was well, evidenced when he tempted Our Lord and Saviour Jesus. (Actualy, I personally woud say “attempted to tempt”) I believe this individual “Kendra” is demon possessed, as “When your life is shortened your relatives should print that on your tombstone” was a death threat, albiet a veiled one. So this is where the scripture can be applied: “touch not not mine annointed, neither do ye my prophets harm”. It’s “Kendra” that should be wary of the wrath of God. This blog is a beacon of light in a world filled with all sorts of false doctrines and false prophets. Thanks Chrystal for having the courage and conviction to stand up against these liars, and for shining the light of the truth of God’s word upon them. As Our Lord said Himself, “If I had not come and spoken unto them, they had not had sin: but now they have no cloak for their sin.” John 15:22 AV. Of course, God speaks through His Word, and you constinually compare His teachings with their false doctrines.

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