Todd Bentley’s Commissioning – Stacey Campbell “Prophesies”

Watch as Stacey Campbell “prophesies” over Todd Bentley, supposedly speaking in the name of God.  It is a dangerous thing to say you speak for God when your words truly are not inspired by Him.  Not only is Mrs. Campbell’s behavior absurd and ridiculous, but it’s blasphemous as well.

When Elijah challenged the prophets of Baal, it was Baal’s prophets who jumped around and made a spectacle of themselves.  When it was Elijah’s turn, he humbly prayed to God and his prayer was answered.  If people would only rightly divide God’s Word, they would see these things.

For more of Stacey Campbell’s nonsense, watch the video below.  It’s a pretty long video, so please fast forward to the 4:45 minute mark.  This is not of God; this is demonic, and this is indefinsible.

3 thoughts on “Todd Bentley’s Commissioning – Stacey Campbell “Prophesies”

  1. Final Trumpet

    Oh that a true, Spirit filled man of God would go up to her while she is going through her “prophesying” and cry “Come out of her in the name of Jesus Christ!” When she was stopped in her tracks then a few might would wake up from the delusion.

  2. Laurie Hankins

    I see nothing wrong here. There is a call for the youth to evangelize in the power of the Holy Spirit, to fight the darkness around them, and to live pure and holy lives. For those who have not been around Pentecostal services, it may seem wierd. Study your Bible closely and you will find crazier things than these. Would you have mocked Jesus for putting spittle on a man’s eyes or David for dancing naked through the streets? Would you have called Balaam a liar when he told you about his donkey speaking to him or called Paul power hungry when even his shadow healed people? A fantastic God does fantastic things when He decides to really move on a generation in response to hungry prayers. Pray that you will not become like the Pharasees who could not see Jesus for their own fears.

  3. Lynn

    So this is the ‘church’ that sent Bentley out to poison the masses. God is not the author of confusion! Revelation 22:18b-19 comes to mind … “If any man shall add unto these things, God shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book: And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book. Delusion spreads like wildfire because people do not know the Bible. How I pray God will be merciful and give many blind eyes sight.

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