I always find it interesting to know how people stumble upon my blog. I know most people find me through search engines by searching for a topic I’ve covered here. It’s those search terms that I find interesting.
In my administrative control panel, it shows me a list of search terms that people have used to find this blog. Some of the terms used range from typical to wacky. Below are some that stood out the most:
- Where did Cindy Trimm get her face lift?
- Why does Joel Osteen blink?
- Smelling rotten eggs.
- Christians married to Baal and don’t know it.
- Joyce Meyer lip surgery.
- Glamour is false say Christians.
- IHOP weird.
- Does Benny Hinn have health insurance?
So, what about you? How did you find me? Leave your answer in the comment section.
Jan Markell of Olive Tree Ministries did a one hour program on the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) with guest Mike Oppenheimer of Let Us Reason Ministries on Saturday, May 15, on her Understanding the Times radio program (which is one of my favorite radio programs). It covers pertinent information as it relates to the New Apostolic Reformation and C. Peter Wagner’s International Coalition of Apostles. You can listen to it by clicking here.
Ingrid Schlueter of the Crosstalk America radio program did a program on May 3rd with guest Sarah Leslie of Discernment-Ministries, Inc., which covered the same topic. You can listen to that by clicking here.
Both programs will inform and educate you on the key players of the NAR, as well as the dangerous doctrines they teach.
I had a request to start a thread so this can be discussed. So, with no further ado, let the discussion begin. Just keep in mind that I’m a working girl, so it may take a while to approve your comments.
In this video, Mr. Hinn speaks of the shock the divorce filing brought him and his family, as well as Suzanne’s family. He maintains there was no immorality, and that Suzanne has no Biblical grounds to divorce him. He vows to continue to preach, and asks his partners to pray for Suzanne, his family, as well as Himself.
It struck me that Hinn made sure the public knew that this was all Suzanne and that he seems oblivious as to why this is happening. It has been my experience that something as big as divorce casts its shadow before it, and it doesn’t happen in the dark. But, Hinn’s statement doesn’t mention any warning signs – indeed, it sounds as if it caught him off guard. He only mentions that Suzanne has been under great stress, but makes no mention of any marital trouble or separation that may have led up to her decision to file for divorce.
Before you comment on this video, please keep in mind that it does not glorify our Lord to make presuppositions about the cause of the divorce since no reason has been given. I have deleted comments of this nature and will again. I hate situations like this in anyone’s life, and know it has to hurt – especially the children.
Update: This was pointed out in the comments section, and I wanted to post it here. Suzanne Hinn has undergone a radical makeover since her “Holy Ghost enema” days. Wow. If I’d have run into her on the street I wouldn’t have known her. Take a look.
I have a question…
As the title of this post suggests, I am wondering about those people who not only walked in truth, but exposed error. What is to be said of them if they turn away from sound Biblical truth and fully embrace false doctrine? By false doctrine I mean the doctrine of such folks as Patricia King, John Crowder, Rick Joyner, etc.
We often hear of people who are snared by deception who have their eyes open, turn away from it, and repent. I am one of those people. But what if the opposite happens? What if I were to suddenly turn on a dime, announce that what I believed was wrong, and I’m gonna go see Todd Bentley tonight and get me a snoot full of that drunken glory. What’s to be said then?
Let’s talk about it…
This thread is a discussion thread.
If a person who calls themselves a prophet gives a prophecy and it proves to be false, are they a false prophet?