Category Archives: Word of Faith

JOYCE MEYER: Is her word to be trusted?

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In recent days I posted a short item on Facebook directing people to video of JOYCE MEYER ‘expounding’ Romans 4:17. I prefaced the link to the video with these comments –

‘Some people express surprise when I identify JOYCE MEYER as a false teacher (and that’s apart from the fact that as a woman she should not be exercising the ‘teaching role’ as she does) so perhaps this video clip, with added comments, may help confirm my assessment of her’.

The following link will take you to an article that includes video of her ‘exposition’ of Romans 4:17. This is the link –

You Can Call Things Into Existence Like God Does Says Joyce Meyer

My own Facebook post was shared by a number of people and one of those shares attracted these comments from a lady – 

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KARI JOBE: SINGER “Abstain from all appearance of evil”

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On 31st August 2017 TBN UK aired a programme that featured Kenneth Copeland ‘preaching’ to a large gathering in Faith Cathedral. Canaan Land, Ota, Lagos, Nigeria. In the course of his ‘sermon’ he said this ‘Jesus burned in hell for 3 days’. This heresy has been oft-repeated by Kenneth Copeland over many years. Back in the very early days of ‘Take Heed’, in fact in 1992, I gave a talk in Belfast outlining the false teachings of both Kenneth Hagin and Kenneth Copeland (basically the then leaders of what is known as the ‘Word of Faith Movement’ – Kenneth Hagin has since died) and I devoted a short section near the end of my talk to exposing and refuting this heresy that ‘Jesus burned in hell for 3 days’ – you can hear what I said by going to this link  

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Christian Broadcasting – Imbibe or Ignore?

Linked to article on – http://www.takeheed.info/?p=3380

*CORRECTIONS*

(1) @ about 52.43 I said Paul Crouch died in November 2003 – I meant to say 2013:

(2) @ about 55.44 I read a quote about ‘STUFF’ and inadvertently said it was by Kenneth Copeland – I mean to say it was by Creflo Dollar:

 

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Braehill Baptist meetings available to watch

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The meetings were recorded and herewith are details of how you can watch each meeting (along with a few brief ‘comments’ or ‘corrections’).

Meeting One: ‘Christian’ Broadcasting: Imbibe or Ignore?

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Elim Christian Centre Belfast invites “One Fluitt out of the Eagle’s Nest”

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Just about this time last year [August 2008] the badly misnamed ‘Healing Revival’ in Lakeland, Florida was about to enter its death throes. The so-called anointed healer, Todd Bentley, would shortly be exposed as a drunken adulterer. Just a few weeks earlier on 23rd June 2008 a group of some 17 self-appointed ‘Apostles’ and ‘Prophets’ had made their way to Lakeland to take part in a ridiculous ‘commissioning service’ for both Mr Bentley and his soon to be forsaken and divorced wife Shonnah. A helpful account of this farcical event can be found on the web site of ‘Let Us Reason Ministries’ on http://letusreason.org/Latrain54.htm

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Belfast Beware – Kenneth Copeland and Benny Hinn are coming here shortly

It was during the second half of 2004 that I felt led of the Lord to invite someone to come to Belfast to speak on the topic of ‘GOD [channel] TV: helpful or Harmful’. Initially a speaker and series of meetings were provisionally planned for the end of January 2005 but the Lord over-ruled in both instances [the speaker and timing] and so now this topic is to be addressed by Alan Morrison in a series of meetings planned for 2nd-19th April [DV].

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Book review ‘Spiritual Powers’ to ‘liberating grace’

  • “FROM SPIRITUAL POWERS TO LIBERATING GRACE”
  • by Torbjorn Swartling

Shortly after his conversion in the early 1980’s, Swedish student Torbjorn Swartling came under the influence of Word-Faith preacher, Ulf Ekman who had just returned from the United States where he had been studying at Kenneth Hagin’s bible school. This was to lead Torbjorn into what he considered to be ‘the last great Christian revival on earth’ [p18]. However doubts began to surface and for the next years his spiritual life was like a yo-yo – a mixture of ‘highs’ and ‘lows’.

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