There has GOT to be a Revival! I MEAN IT!!!

Todd Bentley is campaigning hard for a revival.  He released letters on June 15 and June 20 that are, to put it mildly, nothing short of embarrassing.

In the letter from June 15, Bentley says:

RAIN CLOUDS OVER CHURCHES

One time when I returned from healing revival meetings in Whitehorse, Yukon; I was ministering in the Abbotsford Revival Center and in worship that morning, the Holy Spirit brought me back to a prophetic word that I had given in the Whitehorse meetings. God began to speak to me about the coming healing revival in North America. In worship that morning I was caught up in the Spirit and I saw many rain clouds individually set up over many churches and ministries across the States & Canada pouring down rain. The rain clouds looked like they do in the cartoons on TV where rain would be pouring down upon one person or one place. Then I saw many ministers and churches that are already flowing in this miracle healing anointing, beginning to go into different cities and towns.  As they were leaving these places of ministry the cloud would remain upon that church and continue to pour down healing rain.

JOHN 5 POOLS OF WATER

Many places are going to receive such an outpouring of rain that pools of water are going to form like in John 5, the pool of Bethesda. Within my spirit I didn’t just see one pool but I saw many pools across Canada. The literal meanings of Bethesda means the house of outpouring and grace. The Holy Spirit
spoke to me that these rains were for those churches and ministries that would fervently cry out for the rain, like Elijah upon the mountain in 1Kings 18:41-46. Elijah in verse 41 heard the sound of the abundance of rain and he knew in his spirit that the famine for Israel was over and it was time for the rain to fall, Chapter 18:1. Chapter 17:1 said that the rains would come at the word of Elijah and it would be at the word of the hungry people for healing revival in intercession that the rains will fall.

Notice anything?  Bentley is saying I and me a whole lot through this letter.  He saw this.  He heard that.  He’s really pushing this Bethesda theme pretty hard (which means House of Mercy, by the way).  He even claims he was caught up in the spirit.  If that doesn’t make Mr. Bentley a bonafide “upper-tier,” super-spiritual Christian, well then nothing will!

The arrogance that accompanies false prophets is one thing they have a hard time hiding.  What Bentley is exalting in this message is himself.  If there is a spiritual outbreak in Williamsburg, VA, it won’t be of God no more than Lakeland was.  This will be another false revival full of false doctrine and false prophecy.

One thing is for sure, Bentley is sure trying to convince his loyal followers that revival is about to break out.  After all, he can’t have a revival without them, and they won’t come unless they’re convinced there’s an outpouring.  What’s sad is that they believe this is ordained of the Lord.  They haven’t the discernment to tell that this is thoroughly demonic.  Why?  They base their beliefs on the word of Todd Bentley, not Scripture.

Bentley said:

“I hear the sound of the rain and I know in my spirit IT IS TIME!!!”

Time for what?  To go out into the byways and hedges and preach the gospel?  No!  It’s time to exalt Todd Bentley as the center of the three ring charismatic circus and compell the people to come to Bentley.

Bentley begins his June 20th letter this way:

And the inhabitant shall not say I am sick. Isa. 33:24

I believe that this verse is speaking of a time in the church where there  will be no sickness or disease just like when Israel came up out of Egypt in Ps.  105:37 and none were feeble. Think about it, more than three million people!  Kathryn Kuhlman prophesied in her day that there would be a day in the church where the church would say I am not sick. Many others have prophesied a great healing revival including John G Lake who through his ministry it was reported that Portland was the healthiest city where over 100,000 healings and miracles were documented. God has shown me many things into the coming healing revival in Canada and the North American church. I want to share with you today four aspects of what I believe will happen in this revival.

Here are some problems with this statement.

  1. He’s taking Isaiah 33:24 and Psalm 105:37 out of complete context.  (Look it up and rightly divine God’s Word to see what I mean.
  2. Kathryn Kuhlman and John G. Lake were both false teachers.
  3. There were 100,000 healings claimed, but never verified.
  4. He relies heavily on his visions and what he claims God has shown him, but there is not Scriptural substance to back any of this up.

Bentley then gives you four aspects of what “he believes” will happen in this revival he’s trying to spin up.  In the interest of time and length, I’ll post them with a quick comment.  Here we go.

REPENTANCE

1. Repentance: In the beginning in the garden of Eden there was no sin, sickness, disease or death. When sin entered the world then came sickness, disease and death. Sin opens the door for sickness and disease. Much sickness today is rooted in control, bitterness, envy, jealousy and unforgiveness in a person’s life. Two things that I see happening is as people who are in bondage
to sickness and disease repent of their willful sin, they will be healed. I’ve also seen that as the church repents of its corruption and worldly ways that healing would take place supernaturally without the laying on of hands. As repentance and the revival of righteousness sweeps through the church so will healings and miracles.

I will agree that there is sickness and death in the world because of sin, but that’s as far as I will go in agreeing with Bentley.  Bentley teaches that sickness and disease are rooted in a person’s own behavior.  So, it’s your own fault your sick!  Have cancer?  You shouldn’t have been so bitter.  Have heart disease?  That’s what you get for being jealous.  Now, he didn’t say that, but if you will think this out logically and follow the thought through to its only reasonable conclusion, that’s the only thing you end up with.  This also makes it easy for a false teacher to blame someone if they aren’t healed.  If you go to one of his services and walk away just as eaten up with cancer as when you arrived – it’s your own fault.  You shouldn’t have been so bitter.  You should quit holding onto the sin you’re harboring.  This, friends, is unbiblical.

Jesus tells us that unless we repent, we will all likewise perish.  (Luke 13:1-5)  The Galileans whose blood was mixed with Pilate’s sacrafices, and those on whom the Tower of Siloam fell, were they greater sinners because calamity came upon them?  Not according to our Lord.  We are all sinners – born and bred.  Unless we repent, we will all likewise perish and be eternally separated from God.

SAINTS REVIVAL

2. Saints revival: God is going to do away with a clergy/layman “mentality” and raise up the saints in great works of his power. Not just the leaders, the anointed man, pastor or evangelist but the saints will begin to preach the gospel and heal the sick. Acts 6:1-7 reports that the Apostles called out seven men full of good reputation and the Holy Spirit. They laid their hands on them
then verse 7 reports the number of the disciples increased greatly. We all know Stephen full of faith and power doing signs but who were the rest (vs.5) we never hear of them again or their works of power. I believe they flowed in an anointing just like Stephen. God is going to use the church deacons, business men, cashiers and housewives including children to work his great power.  Nobodies as it were, people we don’t know just like those chosen by the Apostles, people like Stephen.

One way to ensure there is as little resistance as possible to a demonic move of the spirit in the body is to get rid of the head.  The pastors who would teach, who God ordained to teach the flock, are subverted and discarded, and the congregation takes the reigns.  There’s no accountability, no sound biblical teaching, and no control.  That’s like the inmates running the asylum.  How much order do you suppose will be in Bentley’s order of things?

CHILDREN’S MINISTRY

3. Children s ministry: I have seen a great move of healings and miracles by the hands of children. I had a vision of an 8 year old boy with a bible in his hand preaching with fire and boldness to thousands. Through the word of the Lord he preached and the sick were recovering in there seats. I see children being used by the spoken word and faith to grow limbs and I see them working creative miracles. Jesus said in Matt. 19:14 Let the Little children come to me do not forbid them, for of such is the Kingdom of heaven. We know that the kingdom isn’t in word only but in power and Jesus driving out spirits by the spirit of
God said the kingdom is upon you. Children are going to move in the power of the kingdom driving out spirits, healing the sick because the kingdom is theirs.

Guard your children well.

LAST DAY ANOINTING

4. Last Day Anointing: I have seen a glimpse of the anointing that will be on the last day church. We think the book of acts was glorious but the glory of the latter house will be greater than the former. We are going out with a bigger bang than we came in. Rev. 11:1-6 describes the two witnesses moving in great power like Elijah and Moses. I believe that this is not two people but the end time church operating in the spirit and power of Elijah and Moses.

Bentley sees a last days anointing, but Scripture paints a different picture.  (By the way, this is what happens when you allegorize the Bible instead of taking it literally.)

2 THESSALONIANS 2:1-4:

1 Now we request you, brethren, with regard to the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, and our gathering together to Him, 2 that you may not be quickly shaken from your composure or be disturbed either by a spirit or a message or a letter as if from us, to the effect that the day of the Lord has come.  3 Let no one in any way deceive you, for it will not come unless the apostasy comes first, and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the son of destruction, 4 who opposes and exalts himself above every so-called god or object of worship, so that he takes his seat in the temple of God, displaying himself as being God.

It gets more bizarre from here.  Bentley continues:

IN THE MIDST OF THE SEVEN LAMPSTANDS

Rev 11:4 says the two witnesses are the two lampstands. Where was Jesus standing in Rev. 1 but in the midst of the seven lampstands which were the church. Luke 1 prophesies John the baptist in the spirit and power of Elijah at the first coming of Jesus. Some even thought he was Elijah. Matt. 17 on the mount of transfiguration the Father used Moses and Elijah as a sign of the law and the prophets to show that Jesus was who he said he was and I believe as we near the second coming God will again confirm the church as His voice by bringing the spirit and power of Moses and Elijah upon His army. I have seen the army of God moving in creative anointing through the spoken word, like at the word of Elijah the heavens were opened (1Kings 17:1).

Do me a favor?  Listen to John MacArthur, Jack Kinsella, Todd Strandberg, Don McGee and teachers like them if you want to interpret Bible prophecy.  Not Todd Bentley.  The Bible does not say that God will bring the spirit and power of Moses and Elijah upon his endtime army.  If Bentley studied the Bible, he would know that the only army this earth will see is the army of saints that will accompany our Lord at His glorious return.  This is Bentley’s very misguided interpretation of Scripture…that’s all.

POWER OVER NATURAL ELEMENTS

Joshua spoke and the sun stood still, Moses turned water to blood and I see the church having the same power over the natural elements even as Jesus had the winds and the sea obey him. This also will happen to us, we will move into a wonder ministry fulfilling the rest of Joel 2.

Wow.  Bentley’s power trip has officially gone into orbit.  What could be more outstanding than a preacher who can control the sun?  Turn water to blood?  Command the winds and the sea?  This is dangerously close to a Messiah complex.  What next?  Will Bentley claim God has given him the power to save?

I won’t quote the rest, you get the drift.  Please … please…please… cling to the Word of God as your sole source of infallible truth.

And, oh yeah… steer clear of this so-called revival.  God is ominpotent and omnipresent.  You don’t have to run to Williamsburg, VA to get in touch with Him.

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40 Responses to There has GOT to be a Revival! I MEAN IT!!!

  1. Deb Schamber says:

    Oh, the sun’s gonna turn black and the moon as blood alright, but it won’t be Todd Bentley performing his “signs and wonders”. Revelation 6:12-“When He (the Lamb) broke open the sixth seal, I looked, and there was a great earthquake; and the sun grew black as sackcloth of hair, (the full disc of) the moon became like blood.”-parellel scripture-Joel 2:10, 31. Are these people in for an awakening! I am just going through the book of Revelation on Grace to You, John MacArthur’s website, and HIGHLY recommend it for any Christian who wants to clearly understand God’s plan for the last days. He puts together all the unfulfilled Old Testament prophecy as well as other New Testament scripture for the complete picture that God has intended for us to have as Christians in the last days. If you look at the book of Revelation allegorically, no, it will never make sense to you, but taken literally and pulled together with the other scriptures, it all comes clearly into focus. I never knew John MacArthur was such a gifted, knowledgeable, and ANOINTED teacher of the Word. God is blessing me tremendously through this study. (And imagine that, John offers his teaching freely through his website to anyone who is hungry for the Word of God.) To find it, go to gracetoyou.com, click on resources, and do a search for Revelation,vol. 01 (there are 7 volumes, 01-07). Pray that this blesses somebody!

  2. David says:

    I hate the idea that there will be a childrens ministry there,I pray the Lord will protect them.

  3. David says:

    Todd is so self-absorbed that he doesn’t even realize that the people who were once foolish enough to follow him aren’t buying his act now because of all his exposed indiscretions which include dumping a sick wife for a “trophy” one.

  4. stan says:

    Bentley knows his audience. What he promises is exactly what so many professing Christians want – power over the curse God has imposed upon this world until the resurrection. They want to command the elements as Joshua did. To have miracles on demand. They want amazement and to wonder at miracles to free them from their boredom. So, they need someone who claims to have been told directly from God they’ll happen at the revival. If they didn’t create the demand for signs, such frauds would not have a chance. So, they depart from teachers of sound doctrine to fable mongers like Bentley.

  5. Good post. Thanks for revealing such errors.

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

    Go to the Cross– Jesus will most assuredly revive and save all who call on His name.

    That’s about it, Mr. B! K

  7. Eli says:

    One thing you can say about Todd, he sure can turn a cheesy phrase, eh?

    One name I’d like to add to your list of good teachers, Jack Kelly at gracethrufaith.com. He has his “Ask A Pastor” section that is extreamly thorough. Good literal bible teaching.

  8. JG says:

    Will the ‘revival’ focus on the ‘healing’ of families torn apart by adultery and divorce that was the fruit of that adultery? How about the restoration of husbands to their proper wives, not the sweet young trophy wife subsequent to the first marriage?

    Wherever this ‘revival’ breaks out, I’d like to make a suggestion in the spirit of being ‘helpful’. I’d like to suggest that no potential female intern be considered unless she is over fifty years of age and married. That’s to ensure ‘integrity’ and all…

  9. Robert L. says:

    Revival may have been necessary in the Old Testament, however the word revival isnt found in the New Testament, and for good reason. What the church needs today is a revelation, a revelation of
    of who they are in Jesus Christ – a revelation of the grace of God, and who we are in Jesus Christ ; because
    when we get that revelation, that is a wonderful glory that far exceeds any revival, and a glory that never wears
    off.

    2 Cor. 3: 7 -10

    7. The old way,[a] with laws etched in stone, led to death, though it began with such glory that the people of Israel could not bear to look at Moses’ face. For his face shone with the glory of God, even though the brightness was already fading away.
    8. Shouldn’t we expect far greater glory under the new way, now that the Holy Spirit is giving life?
    9 If the old way, which brings condemnation, was glorious, how much more glorious is the new way, which makes us right with God!
    10 In fact, that first glory was not glorious at all compared with the overwhelming glory of the new way.

  10. Suppose that this ‘power over natural elements’ is true, then God can be put in some big trouble. Suppose that some TB-christians at one continent are commanding that the sun must set still for their good, other TB-christians are commanding that the sun must go down earlier for their good. To which of these TB-christians is God supposed to listen?

    Furthermore, Bentley is claiming that Revival will start with Repentance. But where is this Repentance in his own life? His present wife is a wife out of wedlock. He used his former-wife to show God’s healing power, in this case his marriage, while behind the curtains, he already had this mean relationship with his nanny. Did he ever repented for that….? NO, because after the fake, so-called restoration process, Mr. Bentley is just doing his arrogant, überChristian things again. And during this ‘restoration process’ with Rick Joyner, Bentley stated that this thing with his nanny was a mistake, not SIN. And didn’t Jesus urged us to repent from sin.

    So, according to Bentley, there will be a Saints Revival with an anointing just like Stephen? Well, mr. Bentley forgot to mention that Stephen was stoned to death for the sake of the Gospel. I wonder if a lot of people, say followers of Bentley, are still eager to have this Saints Revival Anointing if it means that they will lose their lifes because of the sake of the Gospel of JESUS CHRIST?

    Mr. Bentley is a man whose reality is stuck on Fantasy Island. The Bible teaches us that the end times will be hard for Christians, not a cosy life that he and is fellowmen are projecting. God please protect Your children against con men like Bentley….

  11. Ruitje says:

    Thanks for this article. I get so tired when I read something or watch something from Todd Bentley. This man is crazy and the sad thing is that there are people who follow this dangerous false teacher. People are short of memory and now he reaches a new generation of gullible people that are looking for signs and wonders.

  12. stan says:

    Robert, the New Testament may not contain the word “revival” as such, but the idea certainly exists in it for a number of churches, Sardis being the most obvious example of one that was dead. They were in need of revival (to return to life) through repentance. Corinth, Galatia, 4 other churches in Revelation were each in need of repentance. James speaks of believers who were adulterers and adulteresses who needed to cleanse their hands and purify their hearts, to mourn and weep and return to God.

  13. David says:

    I would really like to know does Todd believe this stuff for real, or is it just a safe way to steal for him.I find everything about him fake from his tatoos to his southern accent that is more pronounced than Rick joyners .
    I hope some of you will join me in praying his finances get cut off.I dont see how its possible but with God all things are possible.I sure never thought Canandas main export would be false prophets, but there it

  14. ali says:

    Hmmm —

    “Nation will rise against nation, and kingdom against kingdom. There will be great earthquakes, and in various places famines and pestilences. And there will be terrors and great signs from heaven. But before all this they will lay their hands on you and persecute you, delivering you up to the synagogues and prisons, and you will be brought before kings and governors for my name’s sake. This will be your opportunity to bear witness. Settle it therefore in your minds not to meditate beforehand how to answer, for I will give you a mouth and wisdom, which none of your adversaries will be able to withstand or contradict. You will be delivered up even by parents and brothersc and relatives and friends, and some of you they will put to death. You will be hated by all for my name’s sake. But not a hair of your head will perish. By your endurance you will gain your lives.” Luke 21

    But revival – Just not reading that.

  15. Barry says:

    Anyone who allows this fellow lay hands on them and pray for them will receive strange fire.The annointing if u want to call it that is not of the Lord.He is spiritually contaminated and passes on whatever has been passed onto him by other spiritually contaminated individuals.Lord only knows who he has laid hands on and who has laid hands on him.I have a friend who shared with me recently that the church he was going to sent leadership down to Lakeland when it was goin and according to him brought back an annointing with them upon their return.He told me the spirit fell and all kinds of stuff was happening but after 3 months things started to sour and go crazy.He says it divided people beacuse some were sayin it was God and other’s were sayin it wasnt God.It caused a rift and people began leaving,even my friend.I tried to explain to him,that if it was truly God moving in their midst there would be unity in love and not destruction and carnage,he couldn’t accept this word.Satan has packaged this lie very cleverly and he is counting on most christians not having any discernment or asking anu questions.I know from personal experience,we were caught up in what was goin on in Toronto Canada.

  16. Doug says:

    How does he appeal to Christians? Basically he sows disquiet, telling people that they shouldn’t be happy with what God has given them, that they should strive for more…like he does.
    Have you ever seen a false teacher simply state: “God loves you and has promised to take care of you. So He will. That’s it-have a good night.”?

  17. kevinkleint says:

    OK, so here’s a question for you all on this blog. First off, I know first hand that Bentley and the “prophetic” bunch are completely off their rockers (http://www.honorofkings.org/elijah-list/). But do all of you at slaughteringthesheep NOT believe in physical healing? Is there anyone (living or dead) that you can say truly walked in the ability to lay hands on the sick and see them healed (besides Jesus)? Or do you just write them all off as kooks?

    Maybe this is the wrong time to discuss this. But if you think it’s appropriate, then let’s discuss.

    Many blessings,

    Kevin Kleint

    http://www.honorofkings.org

  18. Carolyn says:

    2 Peter 1
    19We have also a more sure word of prophecy; whereunto ye do well that ye take heed, as unto a light that shineth in a dark place, until the day dawn, and the day star arise in your hearts:
    20 KNOWING THIS FIRST THAT NO PROPHECY OF THE SCRIPTURE IS OF ANY PRIVATE INTERPRETATION.
    Todd is a creative illusionist. He’s not playing on the same field as we are as he walks in a land of fantasy rather than reality. Who knows better… the Spirit of the Lord who understands the end from the beginning and who has prophesied what will be? …or Todd who prophesies seductive creations by a seducing spirit?
    No matter how these people try to convince us that they are Christians, if they do not walk according to the plain truth of the Word of God, they have no light in them. That’s the bottom line.
    We can forever talk in circles with people who are convinced that they are Christians but who are, in actuality a law unto themselves. They are trusting in a deception. They are being used by Satan to spread counterfeits and to deceive people away from the truth.
    They use the word of God to their advantage, to condone their sinful lifestyles of drunkenness and immorality. They twist it for financial gain and to engage the gullibility of those who are looking for something besides God to make life work for them (idolators).
    But we walk in the light as he is in the light and we have unity in the faith. And that’s our bottom line.
    Malachi 3:16 Then those who feared the LORD talked with each other, and the LORD listened and heard. A scroll of remembrance was written in his presence concerning those who feared the LORD and honored his name.

  19. Kiwi Dave says:

    What got to me even worse than his demonic claims about “child ministers” or “child evangelists” is this arrogant and utterly ignorant statement:

    “God has shown me many things into the coming healing revival in Canada and the North American church.”

    So, the Lord God who created this world and sent His Son to die for all men everywhere in order to redeem them isn’t interested in England, Wales, New Zealand, Australia, Ireland, South Aftrica and every other country on this planet. He’s not even interested in Hawaii, Guam or Samoa – only North America and Canada. I wonder if he’ll bother “raining his outouring” in Alaska. Nah, it’s too cold and it’s all freeze and become “heavenly hailstones” or something else just as silly that Todd Bentley hears from the “angel Emma”.

    “Children are going to move in the power of the kingdom driving out spirits, healing the sick because the kingdom is theirs.”

    You only need to remember the evil movies known as “The Omen” series of films (old and new)to understand what spirit is behind such statement. This is the same evil that is seen in the documentary film “Jesus Camp” where youngchildren are traumatized by Ted Haggard with horrific photos of aborted babies and taught to worship images of former President George W. Bush by Becky Fischer, as well as participating in “tribal” and totally pagan dance rituals! Nowhere in the scriptures does sucha “ministry” for children exist. In fact, the scriptures teach exactly the opposite:

    “When I was a child, I spake as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child: but when I became a man, I put away childish things.” I Corinthians 13:11 KJV

  20. Barry says:

    That’s an honest question Kevin,and I will answer it with a 100 percent resounding yes!

  21. Barry says:

    David,I am from Canada and I will tell u sir false prophets are everywhere even in the good ole U.S.A. As ar as I am concerned most come from America,look at the christian content that is on your tv set that is produced in America and than broadcast all over the world.

  22. anastasis says:

    Perhaps we should remember this quote from Todd uploaded to YouTube in 2009 (not sure when it was recorded)

    Have a listen and ask yourself who this man is…

    @ Kevin Kleint,

    I personally believe that God still heals supernaturally today.

    However, I have yet to see any credible evidence that any individual (living or dead) has a genuine healing ministry. Everyone who has claimed this gift has been a con-artist who was very good at tricking people into believing that they have been healed, but there has never been an objectively verified healing.

  23. ian vincent says:

    Here’s an account of a TRUE revival: http://www.spiritjournals.com/Special%20Sections/Revival%20Fire/Revivals/hebridescampbell.htm
    Note the difference between true and false revivals. In the true there is a palpable fear of God, and true conversions, true repentance.

    http://ianvincent.wordpress.com/

  24. Barry says:

    Wow Anastaias

  25. Barry says:

    I couldnt beleive what I heard,this guy actually beleives if God doesnt show up beacuse he has faith he can move God.Everyone who follows this guy needs 2 hear this.

  26. BrotherK says:

    So, uh…I live fairly close by Williamsburg (about 30-45 minutes give or take). Should I burn a night & see the show first hand? I mean, don’t get me wrong: ol’ Toddio is about as authentic as a three dollar bill, but I am terribly curious to see if there’s something missing from what we see in the videos. At this point, after the debunking on Nightline, after the revelations of his alcoholic binges during Lakeland, and after the adultery & divorce (again DURING this guy’s claim to charismatic fame, Lakeland) I’m at a loss as to why this guy is still performing at ANY venue let alone being given the reigns of a church for a whole month. Like teenage acne, he just keeps popping up…Why is Bentley still around? Is it his cologne? His downy softness? What…?

  27. Ruitje says:

    I just saw an article that Jason Hooper (he is a revivalist like Todd Bentley and works with him) had an accident in Autralia. He was drunk…

    “Self-claimed “prophet of God” Jason Hooper – touring with Hillsong protege Ben Hughes – declared God had forgiven him for his double-shot whisky binge that ended in a mangled wreck on the Mid North Coast.”

    http://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/news/hes-on-a-mission-from-god/story-e6freuy9-1226081982451

    It seems like those revivalists need alcohol to feel the ‘fire’….

  28. Mike A says:

    What an un-thankful task the watchman has. How depressing this could become if you did not have the joy of the Lord. Lets pray this too would quickly fade away.

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

    @ Anastis’ 2009 YouTube gem — Oh, the masterful, powerful chicanery of Todd Bentley’s wizardry… he commands the King of the Universe, the Omnipotent God.

    There’s such a temptation to put a boot in Mr. B’s behind! K

  30. ian vincent says:

    Todd’s statement: “When God’s not moving, I move God”, is a direct quote from Smith Wigglesworth. Not original.

    http://ianvincent.wordpress.com/

  31. Martin says:

    Todd may move God, but apparently he’s powerless over the internet….I tried to tune in to view his hijinks online but the feed went down before he really got revved up….

  32. anastasis says:

    @ Ian Vincent,

    I don’t care if Smith Wigglesworth (or anyone else for that matter) originally said “When God’s not moving, I move God”. It’s heresy and Todd is a heretic for saying it.

  33. shane says:

    Why is Bentley still around?
    For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions,
    (2 Timothy 4:3 ESV)

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

    All the junk Mr. B and his “out there” ministry stirs-up–too bad he just can’t funnel all that energy into truly having a biblically centered service.

    Gosh, he bugs me; maybe we should all just ignore him and maybe he’ll go away?

    Naaah– on second thought, we really can’t because what he does do is so destructive. K

  35. Paul says:

    Blind leading the blind. A different Jesus, a different Spirit and a different gospel, one that will not save. I find it strange that T.B. stands for Toronto Blessing, Todd Bentley and tuberculosis. All three if not addressed can prove lethal!

  36. Barry says:

    Todd Bently is still around beacuse those who follow him and others like him want what he is selling,they are beleiving the lie that God said he would send,thus fullfilling that scripture.They are deceived as well as deluded and deaf but I beleive some can be rescued as long as there are people praying for them and sites like these contending for the faith and sounding the alarm,my wife and I were once there to and God in his mercy plucked us out.

  37. This is a man who loves to live in the spotlight. His teachings have proven to be false time and time again. I agree people want teachers that itch their ears

  38. Pierce says:

    Since this false prophet and his cronies have been in Williamsburg (a mere 10-15 minute drive from me) there has been a very noticeable spike in crimes and even murders around here. I’m ashamed that I fell for this b/s once, but thankfully G-d woke me and my husband up.
    Sadly, there will be a great deception, and Bentley and his buddies are part of it. He’s a total hypocrite, as he himself willfully sinned and has yet to truly repent of it. His puppeteers are more than happy to keep up appearances and are bringing more of the demonic to places around the country.

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