Category Archives: Patricia King

Patricia King: Gift of Laughter or Curse of Blindness?

Patricia King laughs when she should weep.  She laughs hysterically while giving a supposed word of knowledge from God.  (Notice I said “supposed.”)

Can you name even one prophet in the Bible that did that?  Nah, me either.

This woman gets more and more perverse as time goes by.

Click here to watch the farce.

(HT:  Debra Jones-Grant)

The Entrepreneur Anointing

Did you know there’s an entrepreneur anointing?  No?

Ya know, some of the things I feature here at this blog make it really, really hard to post without dissolving into puddles of sarcasm.  When you watch this video you’ll see why.

Patricia King says she has a witness in her spirit that God is releasing entrepreneur giftings!  She even emphasizes her claim by saying, “He is!”  I had no IDEA that was a gift!  That must be in the book of Matthew, chapter 29 (look it up).

Patricia’s spirit is telling her that there are going to be new businesses and new inventions for people because God is pouring out His spirit on them.  She says, “There’s a real lot of oil on it.”  The question now should be, what spirit is telling her these things.  Because I guarantee you the Holy Spirit of God isn’t the source of it.  God’s Spirit would never endorse the seven mountain dominionist mandate, which King is gradually eluding to in this video.  This is worldly.  Carnal.

It always comes back to that, doesn’t it?

I’m thinking of this:

James 4:4-10:

You adulteresses, do you not know that friendship with the world is hostility toward God? Therefore whoever wishes to be a friend of the world makes himself an enemy of God.  Or do you think that the Scripture speaks to no purpose: “He jealously desires the Spirit which He has made to dwell in us”?  But He gives a greater grace. Therefore it says, “GOD IS OPPOSED TO THE PROUD, BUT GIVES GRACE TO THE HUMBLE.”  Submit therefore to God. Resist the devil and he will flee from you.  Draw near to God and He will draw near to you. Cleanse your hands, you sinners; and purify your hearts, you double-minded.  Be miserable and mourn and weep; let your laughter be turned into mourning, and your joy to gloom.  Humble yourselves in the presence of the Lord, and He will exalt you.

Video dead ahead.

Patricia King: Visions of Jesus

Patricia King begins this video by saying, “Have you ever had a vision of Jesus?  Would you like to?”

When she said that, I thought, “Why, sure Patricia, tell me how!”

In this video, Patricia King instructs you on how to enhance “the seer anointing” so that you can see Jesus visually by reading key Scriptures in the Bible (regardless of context), and meditating on them.

This brings a couple of points to mind:

  1. None of this is Scriptural, nor will you find it in the Bible, and
  2. Same as number 1 above.

If it sounds like King is using the Bible for channeling, that’s because she is.  That’s exactly what she’s doing.

Oh, by the way, Patricia King uses this opportunity to shill a book she wrote called, “Eyes that See,” and you can get that at her bookstore online.

Remember…there’s always a bottom line.

Read God’s Word literally, learn it, and walk in it.  It wasn’t written and delivered to us on the blood of the prophets and apostles just so we can use it to channel false and demonic spirits… READ IT!

Get Your Eye Salve to See Into the Seer Dimension

If you want Patricia King to pray for you so that you can receive your eye salve to see into the “seer dimension of the Kingdom of God,” just click below, open your eyes wide, and try not to blink!

King says the seer dimension has been increasing exponentially where more and more believers have been seeing…and she just happens to have a little booklet that’s available to you if you want to order it and learn more.  She also gives James Goll’s book and workbook on “The Seer” a generous plug just in case you’re interested in ordering it too.  Like King says, “If you want more insight into this, get lots of tools, because the more you focus on something, the more you empower it.”  That should translate into, “Visit my online bookstore and order my books!”  Kaching! 

I wonder when Patricia King comes up with these things.  Laying in bed?  Driving down the road?  Does she have a brain storming session with James Goll, Bob Jones, Stacey Campbell, and others and decide what’s marketable and what’s not?  Whatever the case, King is one of the most ridiculous and outlandish in the mystical camp.  And, ya know, this is just bad theology, folks.  Bad!  Bad!  Bad!  Find it for me in Scripture, if you dare.  I haven’t been able to think of one verse that even half-way mentions or describes “the seer dimension of the Kingdom of God.”  Just like Joshua Mills, the longer she stays in business, the more elaborate her schemes have to be to be marketable to the blind and gullible flock.

Do we long to know more about Jesus Christ and Him crucified or do we pursue mystical zaps, ecstatic visions, and  charismatic light shows?  It’s all about motive and desire, folks.  What’s yours?

Ya know, this is what happens when you don’t depend on Scripture alone for doctrinal truth.  It’s just a big ole mess.  See?

Jesus Christ Died So You Can… Make Movies and Entertain the Goats

Patricia King has made no secret of the fact that she wants God’s media army (which is completely unscriptural) to rise up and take over the entertainment industry and begin making movies.  In the video below, you’ll see a promotion for the Pheonix International Christian Film Festival being held in August 2010.  After watching the video, read below what Charles H. Spurgeon had to say about entertainment in church.

Feeding Sheep or Amusing Goats?

Charles Haddon Spurgeon


An evil is in the professed camp of the Lord, so gross in its impudence, that the most shortsighted can hardly fail to notice it during the past few years. It has developed at an abnormal rate, even for evil. It has worked like leaven until the whole lump ferments. The devil has seldom done a cleverer thing than hinting to the church that part of their mission is to provide entertainment for the people, with a view to winning them.

From speaking out as the Puritans did, the church has gradually toned down her testimony, then winked at and excused the frivolities of the day. Then she tolerated them in her borders. Now she has adopted them under the plea of reaching the masses.

My first contention is that providing amusement for the people is nowhere spoken of in the Scriptures as a function of the church. If it is a Christian work, why did not Christ speak of it? “Go ye into all the world and preach the gospel to every creature” (Mark 16:15). That is clear enough. So it would have been if He had added, “and provide amusement for those who do not relish the gospel.” No such words, however, are to be found. It did not seem to occur to him.

Then again, “He gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some evangelists; and some pastors and teachers .., for the work of the ministry” (Eph. 4:11-12). Where do entertainers come in? The Holy Spirit is silent concerning them. Were the prophets persecuted because they amused the people or because they refused? The concert has no martyr roll.

Again, providing amusement is in direct antagonism to the teaching and life of Christ and all his apostles. What was the attitude of the church to the world? Ye are the salt” (Matt. 5:13), not the sugar candy—something the world will spit out not swallow. Short and sharp was the utterance, “Let the dead bury their dead” (Matt. 8:22) He was in awful earnestness.

Had Christ introduced more of the bright and pleasant elements into his mission, he would have been more popular when they went back, because of the searching nature of His teaching. I do not hear him say, “Run after these people Peter and tell them we will have a different style of service tomorrow, something short and attractive with little preaching. We will have a pleasant evening for the people. Tell them they will be sure to enjoy it. Be quick Peter, we must get the people somehow.” Jesus pitied sinners, sighed and wept over them, but never sought to amuse them.

In vain will the Epistles be searched to find any trace of this gospel of amusement! Their message is, “Come out, keep out, keep clean out!” Anything approaching fooling is conspicuous by its absence. They had boundless confidence in the gospel and employed no other weapon.

After Peter and John were locked up for preaching, the church had a prayer meeting but they did not pray, “Lord grant unto thy servants that by a wise and discriminating use of innocent recreation we may show these people how happy we are.” If they ceased not from preaching Christ, they had not time for arranging entertainments. Scattered by persecution, they went everywhere preaching the gospel. They turned the world upside down (Acts 17:6). That is the only difference! Lord, clear the church of all the rot and rubbish the devil has imposed on her, and bring us back to apostolic methods.

Lastly, the mission of amusement fails to effect the end desired. It works havoc among young converts. Let the careless and scoffers, who thank God because the church met them halfway, speak and testify. Let the heavy laden who found peace through the concert not keep silent! Let the drunkard to whom the dramatic entertainment has been God’s link in the chain of the conversion, stand up! There are none to answer. The mission of amusement produces no converts. The need of the hour for today’s ministry is believing scholarship joined with earnest spirituality, the one springing from the other as fruit from the root. The need is biblical doctrine, so understood and felt, that it sets men on fire.  (Source)

Faytene Kryskow: Marked

Mt 16:4  A wicked and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign; and there shall no sign be given unto it, but the sign of the prophet Jonas. And he left them, and departed.

Someone sent me the following video on Facebook.  (Thanks, Robyn.)

If you’re looking for smoke and mirrors, Patricia King never disappoints.

The Word of God, which took God approximately 1,600 years to inspire the hearts of men to write, has GOT to be our sole source of truth, otherwise we will be led into the spiritual minefield of false doctrine.  Deception is strong now and will continue to grow stronger as we approach the coming of our Lord.

In this video by Paticia King, Faytene Kryskow, mystic and self-proclaimed prophetess, says that she was stocking shelves with books entitled “Marked:  A Generation of Dread Champions Rising To Shift Nations” that had come fresh from the printing house when a hush came over her.  To her, this was a sign to her that God was about to speak.  Sticking out of one of the books was fresh, crisp Israeli money.  Keep in mind, these books hadn’t been anywhere yet, she said they had just come from the printer.   According to Kryskow, God had stuck a shekel in the book to bookmark it in a place He wanted her to read.  What’s so funny (or ridiculous) about this testimony is that the book God supposedly bookmarked for her to read was a book she had written herself.  (That’s a pretty good endorsement for a new book you’re trying to shill, isn’t it?  After all, if God likes it enough to quote from it it must be good, right???)

The message God supposedly gives Kryskow from her book is this: a generation of dread champions are gonna rise up and shift nations.  Isn’t that always one of the top priorities with these folks?  She says she is to carry this message in the next “season,” and says the season we are entering is the season where creation groans for the revealing of the sons of God.  She believes we are entering into a time when there will be more signs and wonders (and she speaks about this as if it’s a good thing even though Jesus said that a wicked and adulterous generation seeks after a sign), and a revealing of a “really mature breed” of men and women in the earth who will see a shift in the nations and revival in the earth.  Faytene Kryskow and Patricia King believe, teach, and promote the heretical Latter Rain/Manifest Sons of God doctrine, and you can learn more about that by clicking here.  What you’re hearing here is even more promotion of that erroneous doctrine.

We are to rely on the Bible and the Bible alone as God’s source of infallible truth…not books written by Faytene Kryskow, Patricia King, or anyone else.  Kryskow can quote from it all she wants, I’ll stick to the Word of God.

An Angel Plays with Bobby Conner’s Wind Chimes

Bobby Conner tells a couple of stories about angelic encounters in this video.  In the first story, Conner conveys how an angel made his wind chimes play “All Hail the Power of Jesus’ Name.”

In the second one, Conner hears a sound like a jet plane and says he saw an angel barrel through the clouds and bellow, “Prepare the chariot of the King!  Prepare the King’s Chariot.”  He translates that by saying you are the chariot of the King.

I haven’t found book, chapter, and verse for this, and I won’t either.  Neither will you.  This can only be found in Conner’s fanciful imagination – not in the Bible.

God spent many centuries conveying His Word through the prophets, apostles, and other Bible writers and with the direction of the Holy Spirit, it will lead us into all truth.  Charismatic tall tales aren’t necessary if you have a heart that hungers for truth.  If indeed you do seek truth, stay clear of nonsense like this.  You won’t find truth there.