Cindy Jacobs: Authority Over the Weather

In this video, Cindy Jacobs says, “We can take authority over the weather if we know what to do.”

Well, there ya go.  Even the weather itself proves Cindy Jacobs is a false prophet whose word can not be believed.  Where was Jacobs when Hurricane Irene and Tropical Storm Lee went through?

Take her claims with a grain of salt.  On second thought, less than a grain of salt.  At least a grain of salt has some substance.  Jacobs’ prophecies do not.

22 thoughts on “Cindy Jacobs: Authority Over the Weather

  1. stan

    Poor Paul the apostle, didn’t get to a Cindy Jacobs seminar to learn her kingdom authority over the weather principles as a Christian.

    Acts 27:19-20 9 On the third day we threw the ship’s tackle overboard with our own hands. Now when neither sun nor stars appeared for many days, and no small tempest beat on us , all hope that we would be saved was finally given up.

  2. BrotherK

    Yeah, I’d heard this one on the ‘Fighting for the Faith’ podcast, so thank you for the video. When you take this video in tandem with another recent Cindy Jacobs video where she claims that Rick Perry’s big prayer meeting broke an ancient curse God put on the land, there really should NOT be any doubt as to this woman’s false prophet credentials. She is dangerous.

    Speaking of which: isn’t she from Texas herself? If Christians have authority over the weather, how come Texas caught fire in response to Perry’s calls for prayer to end Texas’ calamitous drought? Maybe she and her Dominionist buddies should “Shout louder!”. “Surely [their god] is a god!” But “perhaps he is deep in thought, or busy, or traveling. Maybe he is sleeping and must be awakened.” Because with each new video, article or other public utterance, Cindy Jacobs and co. prove that their god cannot be Jesus Christ as presented in the Bible.

  3. Javanut

    Jesus said it rains on the just and the unjust. Maybe He hasn’t heard that Christians aren’t subject to the weather?
    PS – has anyone heard her in person? On this video her voice sounds terrible – really high pitched and irritating – is this just bad audio or what she really sounds like?

  4. scruggstuff

    Cindy is not only a nut case,Looney tune, and a squeaky voice false prophet, she is a danger to millions that watch the so called Christian TV channels.She is on TV daily which means she is receiving much money from her unlearned followers.
    IT seems the more bizarre a false prophet claims the more followers they get to believe there nonsense! Sid Roth as well as god TV endorses her Bob Jones, Kim Clement and many others that teach such heresy!

  5. Charity

    Yes, that is her actual voice Javanut. She spoke once at my old church and they claimed that the pitch in her voice reflected her authority in the spirit realm. What craziness!

  6. Nicole

    Yes, Cindy Jacobs is from Texas. She is from San Antonio, her mom still is alive and lives in one of the areas in S.A. Cindy comes here frequently strutting her stuff and lies and invokes the Name of God , the Lord saith, more than most folks. She shakes,rattles and rolls, LITERALLY and is extremely loud. She has become more and more a false prophet, if that is possible and she told a sob story of how her dad was a poor preacher, that had one thing on his mind. – Revival. I don’t know what is truth or a lie, but at the time, it caused many to feel sorry for her and the offerings came in greatly. – Like I said, – I don’t know what was false or real and there fore won’t comment about that issue.

    I do know that she went up and down I -35 , I -10, and other interstates and had others rebuking all evil demons and opening the territory. She, Chuck Pierce and Dutch Sheets blew into town a while back , like 4 yrs. ago, and said “Texas was the state that would have the Presence of the Lord upon it and HE will bring in thousands to come and live here and they might not realize it is HIM, but come for a different reason, but it will cause Texas and especially San Antonio to have the biggest Revival of all time. (Side note) that was over 4 yrs. ago, and they all made it sound like it would be that coming April to Aug of 2007) “THE WIND OF THE HOLY SPIRIT will cause winds to become high and it would start in San Antonio in March, and leave and go to Mexico and come back by August and Revival will start.) Well, March ALWAYS has high winds and this was all spoken on the heels of her showing everyone in the conference that her dad “had build a well” that the demons of the area, the high principalities closed and that they (C.Jacobs and others) had prayed over them and “opened” the wells again and got rid of the demons, because they had gate guards at every point of in (gate) in San Antonio. ————this happens allot , here in San Antonio. As far as Perry. Well, these so called prophets have hit many of the govenors and some of the people that are running for president. Sometimes I listen to Perry, and it is as if, he has been prompt by the NAR group, but so do some of the others and some of what they are saying.!!!!!! God help us , because these folks have tainted this group that is running for pres. — Grow close to the Lord and confess your sins unto HIM and gather HIS STRENGTH. Because that is who we will need to be close to —– there seems to be much on the horizon and allot of it is not good. ———But most of us know that already.

  7. Kiwi Dave

    Perhaps Cindy Jacobs should have read her Bible first before making all those proclomations and prophecies, especially claiming power over the weather:

    “If any man among you seem to be religious, and bridleth not his tongue, but deceiveth his own heart, this man’s religion is vain.” James 1:26 KJV

    But then, what Cindy Jacobs and all WOF/NAR/IHOP followers have is superstition, and not true faith as demonstrated by their continuation in false prophecies, chasing after signs and wonders, and their blatantly obvious fear of the devil and his fallen angels. You must have noticed by now that the “prayers” of the followers of these false religions are nothing more than incantaions:

    “Behold, his soul which is lifted up is not upright in him: but the just shall live by his faith.”
    Habakkuk 2:4 KJV

    “Now the just shall live by faith: but if any man draw back, my soul shall have no pleasure in him.
    But we are not of them who draw back unto perdition; but of them that believe to the saving of the soul.” Hebrews 10:38 & 39

    Cindy Jacobs and all the other falso prophets and Televangelists out there with their pursuit of “Mega Churches” simply and deliberately choose to ignor the word of the Apostle Paul in Athens:

    “Then Paul stood in the midst of Mars’ hill, and said, Ye men of Athens, I perceive that in all things ye are too superstitious. For as I passed by, and beheld your devotions, I found an altar with this inscription, TO THE UNKNOWN GOD. Whom therefore ye ignorantly worship, him declare I unto you. God that made the world and all things therein, seeing that he is Lord of heaven and earth, dwelleth not in temples made with hands; Neither is worshipped with men’s hands, as though he needed any thing, seeing he giveth to all life, and breath, and all things; And hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all the face of the earth, and hath determined the times before appointed, and the bounds of their habitation; That they should seek the Lord, if haply they might feel after him, and find him, though he be not far from every one of us: For in him we live, and move, and have our being; as certain also of your own poets have said, For we are also his offspring. Forasmuch then as we are the offspring of God, we ought not to think that the Godhead is like unto gold, or silver, or stone, graven by art and man’s device. And the times of this ignorance God winked at; but now commandeth all men every where to repent: Because he hath appointed a day, in the which he will judge the world in righteousness by that man whom he hath ordained; whereof he hath given assurance unto all men, in that he hath raised him from the dead.” Acts 17:22 – 31 KJV

  8. Rev's Kate & Rich M.

    Looks like the Rev. Pat Robertson has put his foot in his mouth concerning marital commitment and vows –no commitment required when ones’ spouse, women in particular it appears, are stricken with the debilitating and most assuredly death sentenced Alzheimers Disease!

    Imagine ones’ darling parents in their late years being abandoned by their spouses and being given sanction to divorce her or him because he/she is “gone” in their mind. Reminds me of the Mosaic Law that allowed a man to “put away” his wife for some silly, male egotistical issue.

    Where is this stupidity going to take us now? 2011 into 1012– looks like we are still sadly stuck in the stone age along with a pack of deluded Patriarchal Pals.

    Come on, Rev. Pat, get a grip–where are you getting this stuff–I don’t want to disrespect your office, but possibly you need to reframe your goofy answer, take a holiday, re-group and then come back with some wisdom, my friend. K

  9. James Moody

    These ‘prophets’ sure do love the Old Testament now. Remember the late 80’s/early 90’s when the charasmaniacs where all about ‘being a New Testament church’ and didn’t have any use for the OT. Now they’ve assigned the names of OT chrarachters to ‘anointings’ and ‘mantles’ and ‘blessings’ and they are all about it. Guess they finally read Galatians.

  10. jason


    I saw her once in Baton Rouge. That’s not bad audio, that’s her voice. My wife and I were at a conference and I got a horrible vibe sitting there listening to her. Didn’t know anything about her at the time, but went home and googled her and figured out why my spirit didn’t like hers. That’s the only time I have ever left a service. My wife was not happy at all but after we looked up Cindy I showed my wife and we both agreed that it was the right thing to leave. Needless to say, we have steered clear of her and those who run with her.

    I googled the “prophecy” she gave to one of the conference pastors and it was word for word a prophecy she had given about 10 years earlier to someone in Africa. It blew me away that she spewed the same prophecy word for word that she did 10 years earlier. Talk about not getting a new word.

  11. shane

    Considering what she is saying, I guess there were not any true Christians down here in Alabama back when the tornadoes hit in April. Or we just didn’t know the secret formula.

  12. ali

    I too live in Texas, and I did not see CJ taking authority over the wildfires in Bastrop nor the drought that has blanketed our state month after month after…. causing failed crops and the death of hundreds of head of cattle. If she did, she sure kept her failed authority a secret.

    In the last days, some will depart from the faith giving heed to seducing spirits – hmmmm.

    Seems to fit several among us.

  13. Rev's Kate & Rich M.

    Hey, we were praying that the trees in our backyard wouldn’t crash down on us or anyone during Hurricane Irene–they didn’t, thank God; but I’ll say, we were nervous and very anxious and we did prepare for the worst. K

  14. Bud Press

    As you may know, this business of having “authority over the weather” did not originate with Cindy Jacobs. It made its way through the hyper-Charismatic movement on the lips of Kenneth and Gloria Copeland, and even trickled down to at least one of their kids, Terri Copeland Pearsons:

    False prophets (such as Cindy Jacobs), take their marching orders from their father, the devil (John 8:44). Among other heresies and blasphemies, they believe they are “gods”. As such, they attempt to convince their followers that they have the same authority and abilities as the God of the Bible.

    However, those who serve Satan are subject to him–the “father of lies” and the great betrayer of mankind. This is evident when Jacobs and the Copelands “command” foul weather to take a hike, but the foul weather ends up hiking over cities and people and causing death and destruction.

    Cindy Jacobs can huff and puff and rant and rave, but the weather is subject to the One who created it and controls it (Genesis chapter 1; Psalm 107:25; Psalm 107:29; Psalm 148:8).

    Indeed, it is ironic that God the Holy Spirit used terms such as “hidden reefs,” “clouds without water,” and “wild waves of the sea” to describe those “who turn the grace of our God into licentiousness and deny our only Master and Lord, Jesus Christ” (Jude chapter 1, NASB).

    Bud Press

  15. eli

    Jesse Duplantis has used it too. Can’t remember if he was talking about Katrina or another storm, (He lives in New Orleans), but I remember he was saying that hell was breaking loose with the storm and not one leaf was disturbed from the tree’s in his year. He had taken authority over it.

  16. Mike A

    I actually live not too far from Cindy Jacobs. She gives me the shivers – I am glad I have not crossed paths with her.

  17. Hannah

    hey, i just wanted to say, that the true way to unity in the church is bringing people together.
    You tell a false prophet not by someone who prophesies falsely but someone who’s heart is in the wrong place.
    You will recognize a false prophet by their fruit!
    not by if they say a wrong word a couple of times.

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