Joshua Mills’ wife, Janet, joined Patricia King on Extreme Prophetic and spent her time discussing child birth. Anyone familiar with Joshua Mills knows he has a knack for embellishing things. His track record for spinning yarns is probably unmatched by anyone else in charismatic circles right now, and his wife seems to have picked up the nasty habit herself. If you watch Janet and Joshua Mills for any length of time you will be fed a steady diet of mystical tall tales and glory dust.
Janet relays her own childbirth experience when she was pregnant with their son, Lincoln. She says she declared God’s Word over her body, her baby, and even her baby’s destiny, and when she finally gave birth she had such a blessed delivery that not only did she not have pain, but the baby came out with gold dust all over him!!! This is what you call “child birth in the glory.” She says it was a sign and a wonder to the doctors and nurses involved. King goes on to explain that we are delivered from the curse through Jesus Christ, therefore women are giving birth to their babies pain free!
All of these signs and wonders being batted about by Mills and King brings to mind what Jesus said about those who want signs and wonders as opposed to being like Abraham and taking God at His word. He said a wicked and adulterous generation sought signs, but there would be no sign given to it but the sign of Jonah the prophet. (Matthew 16:4) If God’s Word spoken before through the prophets, and now through His Son (Hebrews 1:1-2), can’t bring truth to their hearts, what can signs and wonders do? It reminds me of Thomas who said he wouldn’t believe unless he saw Jesus and actually touched his wounds. Faith wasn’t enough for him, he had to see. Jesus allowed him to experience this, but then told him that he only believed because he saw and touched Him…but those who have not seen and still believe are the ones who are blessed (John 20:29), for like Abraham, they believe God, and it is counted unto them for righteousness! (Romans 4:3)
Going back to her son’s miraculous and pain free delivery, which King says is a sign that God is with him, King asks Janet if she had had gold dust manifestations before his birth, at which time Janet relays that both she and her husband had both had gold dust miracles before they were even married. It was a part of both of their lifestyles, and now it has been transferred onto their son and now he’s walking in it, sometimes, in a greater level. Their son is currently only seven-years-old.
King asks Janet to tell about the first time they had the manifestation of the gold dust, and Janet tells this story:
“The very first time that I personally had the visitation was back in 1998, and there was an evangelist that came to our church in a small town in Canada, and when he began to minister, he was an evangelist, I mean he just won souls on a daily basis, and um, he came to the church and as he would be ministering, this gold manifestation would start appearing on him, all over the altar, all over the people in the congregation, and the immediate fruit that I saw was souls in harvest. I saw a drug addict run out of that meeting under such conviction, go home and try to shoot up drugs, and the gold manifest on his arm. He ran back to the church and gave his heart to Jesus Christ. That was the first fruit, the immediate fruit that I saw with that manifestation, and I had no doubt about it. It was totally God. Just seeing the souls being saved, deliverance happening, and from that on we just believed whatever God wanted to do in us, we just wanted it. And from 1998 onward, we’ve seen God do some unusual, extraordinary things, but it’s just been amazing seeing so much fruit.” (Source)
They’ve seen unusual, extraordinary things, and instead of comparing it to Scripture, they took it for granted that it was from God and accepted it. Is this how they weigh the doctrine they’ve embraced? Apparently so, because it looks nothing like orthodox Christianity. It looks nothing like the doctrine handed down through the apostles. This is mysticism, bold and clear cut. It doesn’t even disguise itself, and people accept it anyway.
Janet Mills says she began to have the gold dust manifestation a little in those meetings, but it continued to increase gradually until she and Joshua got married and then a couple of years afterwards really began to see an increase of that particular manifestation. King had gushed earlier in the video that Mills and her husband had even awakened and their bed was full of gold dust. There have been times, Mills claims, that the gold dust had covered their entire apartment, their Bibles, it would cover them as they were going through Wal-Mart, it would leave a trail down the hallway outside their apartment, and it would grow and actually start going into other people’s homes. She says because of their busy work schedules, they wrote Haggai 2:6-9 on a piece of paper and hung it on their door so people would know this was a sign and a wonder from the Lord.
Haggai 2:6-9 says:
6 For thus saith the LORD of hosts; Yet once, it is a little while, and I will shake the heavens, and the earth, and the sea, and the dry land ;
7 And I will shake all nations, and the desire of all nations shall come: and I will fill this house with glory, saith the LORD of hosts.
8 The silver is mine, and the gold is mine, saith the LORD of hosts.
9 The glory of this latter house shall be greater than of the former, saith the LORD of hosts: and in this place will I give peace, saith the LORD of hosts.
Never mind that this passage of Scripture is talking about the rebuilding of the temple after the children of Israel were exiled in Babylon. What’s a thing like context when you’ve got glory dust scattered around?
You know what I would do? I’d hire a steam cleaning business to clean it up and send Janet Mills the bill.
There is much more on the video linked above. Give it a watch and make sure to get out your credit or debit card and order the “Glory Baby Bundle,” which is “Childbirth in the Glory” by Janet Angela Mills, and “Psalm 23 for Kids” by Patricia King and Steve Swanson. At regular price, it’s $36.00, but for a limited time it’s only $25.00, and by purchasing this bundle you can have your own pain free, supernatural childbirth in the glory!
Better yet, put your money away and open the Scriptures. I guarantee that if you read it first-hand and don’t allow it to come filtered through such false teachers as Janet Mills and Patricia King, you will find infallible, life-saving truth, and you’ll save yourself $25.00 in the process.