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Rodney Howard-Browne And The Mockery Of The Word Faith Holy Laughter Heresy

“One night I was preaching on hell,” Rodney Howard-Browne said, continuing, “and it just hit the whole place. The more I told people what hell was like, the more they laughed, and when I gave an altar call, they came forward by the hundreds to get saved.”

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Rodney Howard-Browne’s watershed moment arrived in the spring of 1993 when Assemblies of God pastor Karl Strader asked him to preach at Carpenter’s Home Church in Lakeland, Florida

One of the more ridiculous and amazingly-creepy manifestations of the demonic spirit in Charismatic churches is what is called ‘holy laughter’. People who fall under the influence of the spirit that produces it are said to be seen as “being drunk”, being tipsy, and uncontrollably laughing like a mental patient. And believe me, after you watch these videos you will see that’s about the most charitable way to describe it.

“But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, longsuffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, Meekness, temperance: against such there is no law.” Galatian 5:22,23 (KJV)

This is what the Pentecostals call the “mighty anointing”:

If this is what Pentecostals say is the “anointing” then count me out. I wouldn’t take 30 seconds of this Laodicean nightmare for a million dollars. Make it ten million.

This demonic cackling is proudly taught by Kenneth Copeland, the late Kenneth Hagin, Rodney Howard-Browne and in places like the Toronto Blessing. New Age “christian” Philip Chan says it this way:

The point of being drunk is connected with experiencing God. Yes, I am making a point that being drunk on the Spirit should yield great results. But I think the important thing, which I think most people who oppose it don’t quite get is that, encountering God is an ends in itself. When we’re drunk in the Spirit, we are literally filled with God’s presence, for all his joy, his mystery, his power, and it is an amazing feeling and experience. source

The satanic nature of the ‘holy laughter’ heresy

Rodney Howard-Browne’s watershed moment arrived in the spring of 1993 when Assemblies of God pastor Karl Strader asked him to preach at Carpenter’s Home Church in Lakeland, Florida. Although he was only supposed to preach for one week, Howard-Browne stayed for four, because of the vast crowds that filled the 10,000-seat sanctuary to hear the “laughing evangelist” and maybe get struck dumb with laughter themselves. When the services were broadcast on radio, hundreds more showed up. The attraction of it all lies in what Roberts terms “Holy Ghost joy,” whereby depressed, defeated Christians are transformed into happy people.

Howard-Browne scoffed at criticism that he’s merely using the power of suggestion to get people to roll on the floor. “I tell them never to preach salvation, because they’re suggesting people get saved,” he said. “I’ll guarantee anybody, I’ll give them a congregation of 1,000 people and tell them to get up and suggest all they want and see what will happen.”

One of the other pastors cut in on the interview to say he read the story of Ananias and Sapphira to his church the other night and everyone ended up on the floor laughing.

One night I was preaching on hell,” Howard-Browne said, continuing, “and it just hit the whole place. The more I told people what hell was like, the more they laughed, and when I gave an altar call, they came forward by the hundreds to get saved.”

“Then,” I replied, “as to what you’re preaching on, it’s almost irrelevant what you’re saying.”

He nodded.

Now isn’t that an amazing thing? Rodney Howard-Browne said he was “preaching on Hell” and people just started “laughing uncontrollably”. This is  in stark contrast to when Jesus preached on Hell, saying this:

“And if thine eye offend thee, pluck it out: it is better for thee to enter into the kingdom of God with one eye, than having two eyes to be cast into hell fire: Where their worm dieth not, and the fire is not quenched.” Mark 9:47,48 (KJV)

Sure ain’t nothing funny about that.

Speaking of holy laughter, the Bible does show God laughing and it is always in judgement:

“But thou, O LORD, shalt laugh at them; thou shalt have all the heathen in derision.” Psalm 59:8 (KJV)

and we see it again here:

“I also will laugh at your calamity; I will mock when your fear cometh; When your fear cometh as desolation, and your destruction cometh as a whirlwind; when distress and anguish cometh upon you.” Proverbs 1:26,27 (KJV)

Those are the only two places in the entire Bible where God is seen as laughing for any reason. Further, the Bible records no where either Jesus or any of the apostles laughing or even telling a joke. We will leave Rodney Howard Browne and his deluded followers with this closing statement from the Bible:

“…Woe unto you that laugh now! for ye shall mourn and weep.” Luke 6:25 (KJV)

EPILOGUE: The Carpenter’s Home Church where Rodney Howard-Browne held his “laughing revival” lies in ruins today after being abandoned by both man and God. The Carpenter’s Home Church building, which cost $9 million to erect, is being torn down and the property will be converted into a retirement facility.

Coming forward at an altar while in the fits of hysterical laugher is not biblical salvation. If your salvation took place in any other way than the preaching or reading of the gospel, if the conviction you felt came from anywhere other than the Bible, then it is highly likely that while you had an “emotional experience” you did not become born again. Having some phony preacher smacking you in the head and giving you “carpet time” is an end times mockery of New Testament salvation.

Rodney Howard-Browne wants you to have some “carpet time!”

What is “carpet time” you ask? Are you sure you want to know?

Carpet Time: In a practice said to have been introduced by Kathryn Kuhlman, people who receive what they consider to be a “touch of the Holy Spirit” pass out on the floor, where they are said to “rest in the Spirit.” Many people do not pass out completely, but rather “yield” – i.e., they voluntarily fall to the floor.

It is taught that the Holy Spirit is ”wine,” and worshippers are to imbibe Him to become ”drunk in the spirit.” Participants are “urged to let go of self-control” and give themselves over to emotional experience, without questioning or trying to understand it with the mind. The church becomes a chaos of revelers without inhibition, carousing in their spiritual drunkenness- reeling, falling, and slurring their words just exactly as if t

hey were drunk with alcohol. Worshippers jump and dance themselves into a frenzy to their worship music, just like pagans do.

This is what Laodicean mental conditioning and mind control looks like:

“The Holy Ghost Hokie Pokie” Brian & Ramie Whalen – MorningStar MinistriesYou put your right hand in, you take your right hand out, you put your whole self in and see astounding and miraculous healings all about. Hmm……I don’t see this in the Bible anywhere.

The Crazy ‘Holy Ghost Hokey Pokey’

Historically, the “hokey pokey” dance was performed by the crazy Shaker religion to mock the equally crazy Catholic religion and in particular the magical nonsense of the Eucharist (final meal of Jesus before the crucifixion) as well as the “sit-stand-kneel” routine of Mass. Continuing the history comes the modern-day insane Christians who have taken the “magical nonsense” of the hokey pokey (hocus pocus) one step further by concluding that performing the dance will bring “miracles” to those who believe. So here my friends, in all its glory, is a crazy Christian church band playing the Holy Ghost Hokey Pokey and extolling its miracle-working powers!

Losing their ability to control their behavior, they fall to the floor (”slain in the spirit”), and roll around or become paralyzed and unable to get up (”carpet time”), laugh uncontrollably (”holy laughter”), impersonate barnyard animals, roar like lions, shriek, shake, twitch violently, go through lewd motions of having sex or giving birth (symbolic of ”having a love affair with God” or ”birthing a new ministry”). Some are overcome by desperate agony, shaking and sobbing uncontrollably. This is the ”Toronto blessing” which has since spread from the Toronto Airport Vineyard Church, which made it famous, to countless other churches, across the world. Some churches try to practice it within limits, others allow complete abandon – and a frightening ”violent edge” is described by witnesses.

Sadly, this is what Pentecostals and Charismatics call the “latter rain”, or the “promised outpouring of God”. What do you call it?

“Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God: because many false prophets are gone out into the world.” 1 John 4:1 (KJV)

 


 

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NUTS TO YOU: Heretic John MacArthur Reveals He Knows Nothing About The Bible, Says Jesus Christ Did Not Pay For The Sins Of The Whole World

False teacher John MacArthur tells woman that Jesus did not atone for the sins of the whole world, even though the Bible says He did.

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John MacArthur is not a Bible teacher, he is a spokesmodel for the thoughts, musings and private interpretations of a 16th century theologian named John Calvin.

On one hand, this is funny stuff, listening to false teacher and the biblically illiterate John MacArthur trying in vain to do an “open forum” question and answer session. People attending that event got as much “bible” as they would have had they stayed home and played Pokémon or spent time talking with their cat Teddy. On the other hand, it is heartbreaking to see a man in the ministry for 40 years, and unable to answer even the most basic of Bible questions.

And he is the propitiation for our sins: and not for ours onlybut also for the sins of the whole world.” 1 John 2:2 (KJB)

“But God commendeth his love toward us, in that, while we were yet sinners, Christ died for us. Much more then, being now justified by his blood, we shall be saved from wrath through him. For if, when we were enemies, we were reconciled to God by the death of his Son, much more, being reconciled, we shall be saved by his life. And not only so, but we also joy in God through our Lord Jesus Christ, by whom we have now received the atonement.” Romans 5:8-11 (KJB)

One mark of a false teacher is that when asked a question about Bible doctrine, they reply with their opinion instead of Scripture, or they quote a verse and then immediately launch into their private interpretation. Listen to what John MacArthur said to this poor woman asking him about the atonement for sin Jesus made on the cross for the sins of the whole world.

MacArthur said: “If you believe that Jesus provided an atonement for every human being who ever lived, then everyone would go to Heaven, right? But we know that since there is a Hell, and lost people go there, that He actually didn’t die for everyone”.

What do we call this? Is it heresy, is it blasphemy, is it idiocy, what exactly do we call it? How about we call it a little bit of all three? But truth be told, John MacArthur is not teaching anyone the Bible, and never has, what he is doing is spreading the thoughts and musings of John Calvin. This is why John MacArthur says nonsense like God will forgive someone who takes the Mark of the Beast if they ask Him to. Revelation 14:9-11 (KJB) proves that’s a lie, just like the Bible proves MacArthur is lying about the shed blood atonement of Jesus on the cross. So allow me to take a moment and teach MacArthur’s followers the truth about the atonement in easy-to-understand bullet points.

  • JESUS PAID FOR ALL SIN ON THE CROSS: “Whom God hath set forth to be a propitiation through faith in his blood, to declare his righteousness for the remission of sins that are past, through the forbearance of God; To declare, I say, at this time his righteousness: that he might be just, and the justifier of him which believeth in Jesus. Where is boasting then? It is excluded. By what law? of works? Nay: but by the law of faith.” Romans 3:25-27 (KJB) Jesus went to the cross, shed His blood for all men, “for whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved.” Romans 10:5-13 (KJB)
  • JESUS BLOOD PAYS FOR ALL MEN: “For this is good and acceptable in the sight of God our Saviour; Who will have all men to be saved, and to come unto the knowledge of the truth. For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus; Who gave himself a ransom for all, to be testified in due time.” 1 Timothy 2:3-6 (KJB) When lost sinners stand before the Lord Jesus Christ, they will be without excuse. Why? Because Jesus will tell them “I paid for YOUR SINS, and YOU REFUSED THE PAYMENT“. Because MacArthur is a Calvinist and not a Bible believer, he is unable to grasp this most basic tenet of Bible doctrine.
  • JESUS DIED FOR WHOSOEVER: “For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.” John 3:16 (KJB) How is it possible that God can save who so ever calls on Him? Because the ONE payment He made on the cross is for ALL men. That means that a payment was made for Adolf Hitler every bit as much as it was made for you. Oh yeah, man, that’ll preach!

So if Jesus paid for the sins of the whole world, and He did, why don’t lost people still go to Heaven? Because we live in the Church Age under the gospel of the grace of God, and the requirement for you receiving the payment is to believe that Jesus is the Saviour and that He shed His blood for you. That’s what Paul and Silas told the Philippian jailer, that’s what Paul tells us in Romans, that’s what John tells us in his epistles, that’s how you become a Christian. It’s so easy to understand if you believe the Bible, and impossible to grasp if you teach the doctrines of men. John Macarthur is a wolf in wolf’s clothing, follow him to your own peril. And with that, I give you the video proof of everything I just told you about John MacArthur.

John MacArthur answers “Did Jesus die for the sins of the world or only for the elect?”

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Kenneth Copeland Issues His First False Prophecy For 2022 Going So Far As Saying That His Inane Blasphemy Babble Is On Par With ‘Thus Saith The Lord’

False prophet Kenneth Copeland blasphemously said “and they will say, ‘Whichever way it swings, I’m going to be all right’ sayeth the Lord.”

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False prophet Kenneth Copeland says that, just as in 2020 and 2021, many will continue to live in fear of COVID-19 and other cultural issues in 2022. Copeland prophesied nuggets like “and they will say, ‘Whichever way it swings, I’m going to be all right’ sayeth the Lord.” Pure blasphemy, the Lord never said that.

Without ever mentioning his numerous pandemic false prophecies from 2020 and 2021, Kenneth Copeland launched right into first asking to see how many of his million dollar donors were in the audience, and then proceeded to do an SNL version of biblical speaking in tongues. From there things really got good, or bad if you are comparing his ‘prophecy’ to the Bible.

A wonderful and horrible thing is committed in the land; The prophets prophesy falsely, and the priests bear rule by their means; and my people love to have it so: and what will ye do in the end thereof?” Jeremiah 5:30,31 (KJB)

Copeland ranged from general truths about the Bible like the goodness and mercy of God, which is true, to attempting to prophesy nonsense like ‘and they will say, ‘Whichever way it swings, I’m going to be all right, sayeth the Lord’, which in addition to poor grammar and bad spelling, is blasphemy. Why is that blasphemy? Because the Lord never said that! Here’s a really good baby Bible basic, if the Lord didn’t say it, do not ever say ‘thus sayeth the Lord’. That is absolutely a violation of Revelation 22:18,19 (KJB), and those words should never come out of a Christian’s mouth unless you’re reading “thus saith the Lord” from your King James Bible. Sadly, the worst part was watching his Bible illiterate audience actually clapping and cheering as he went through his religious Vaudeville routine. Lapping it up like a dog eating its own vomit, truly tragic.

Kenneth Copeland Prophesies God’s Mercy Will ‘Show Up in Unexpected Places’ in 2022

FROM CHARISMA MAGAZINE: “The grace of God and His goodness and His kindness and his mercy will be shown in places in 2022 that you never thought it would show up,” Kenneth Copeland says in the video of his prophecy. “The Lord says, ‘My mercy shows up in places where people don’t even think it’s there in the first place.’ I am a merciful God.

“There are those that became so stressed in 2019, 2020 and 2021 and so pressured by this biological weapon that was created in the earth,” he continues. “This synthetic virus that was created to do what it has done, to upset the world. There were those who were under such pressure and they just said, ‘I can’t go any further,’ so they stepped out of their bodies and they are in My presence, sayeth the Lord. There are those that will continue in 2022, but in 2022, there will be large swings from one way to the other … there will be disasters for some, and great grace for others, and it will be like the swinging of a pendulum.

“There are those who will live in a state of fear for most of the year,” Copeland says. “But those that know me, sayeth the Lord, will understand. They will know and they will understand in the spirit as the year goes by, and they will say, ‘Whichever way it swings, I’m going to be all right.’ There will be those who will rise up and say, ‘I just don’t believe it. I can’t believe it,’ and doubt will rise up and overtake you like a thief in the night, and you will suffer and know not what to do. You will be tormented the whole year through. But remember this, remember what you have heard. For when that comes, you can say, ‘No, I am not doing that. I know these promises and I refuse the fear. I live and I walk in love. I walk by faith.’ The love of God will come over you like a warm blanket; the very goodness of the anointing will rise up on the inside of you, and it will begin to push the fear out. READ MORE

Kenneth Copeland First False Prophecy Of 2022

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After Leaving The Southern Baptist Church, False Teacher Beth Moore Makes Her Way Back To ‘Mother Rome’ In Anglican Church Service

Beth Moore is now a member of St. Timothy’s Anglican Church in Spring, TX where she wears priestly garb and performs transubstantiation.

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Back in 2002, Beth Moore performed in a series entitled ‘Believing God’, which included the Roman Catholic Church in a skit that portrayed the body of Christ, bragging about how ‘interdenominational and inclusive’ she was. In 2021, she’s now an Anglican performing transubstantiation. Welcome home, Mother Rome.

Beth Moore having left the Southern Baptist Church is now right at home in the perfect Laodicean end times hot spot, the Anglican Church. Not fully Protestant and not fully Roman Catholic, the Anglican church is a hybrid where doctrine is not the main thing, but form and ceremony is given the top spot.

“And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God; I know thy works, that thou art neither cold nor hot: I would thou wert cold or hot. So then because thou art lukewarm, and neither cold nor hot, I will spue thee out of my mouth.” Revelation 3:14-16 (KJB)

Beth Moore is now a member of St. Timothy’s Anglican Church in Spring, TX, a church that believes and practices the Roman Catholic false doctrine of transubstantiation, complete with wearing the ‘priestly garb’ and helping to ‘deliver the eucharist’. How much farther does Beth Moore have to fall before she is all the way out? Not much at all, actually, she is nearly there now. One of the hallmarks of the lukewarm Laodicean Church Age is their ceaseless drift to return to ‘Mother Rome’, the Jezebel whore of Revelation 17, and that seems to be a long-held goal of Moore. Even before she left the SBC, itsef a denomination that has lapsed in Laodiceanism with their promotion of the ESV ‘rubber sword’ bible, Moore was intent on including Roman Catholicism as a Christian denomination, which it absolutely is not.

They went out from us, but they were not of us; for if they had been of us, they would no doubt have continued with us: but they went out, that they might be made manifest that they were not all of us.” 1 John 2:19 (KJB)

Back in 2002, Beth Moore performed in a series entitled ‘Believing God’, which included the Roman Catholic Church in a skit that portrayed the body of Christ, bragging about how ‘interdenominational and inclusive’ she was. Seems to be that, if she truly ‘believed God’ and knew the Bible, then she should have known the Roman Catholic Church is the whore of Revelation 17. So what does that tell me? That Beth Moore is a false teacher and a deceiver, what does that tell you?

Ladies, if you get your Bible teaching from Beth Moore, you need to throw it in the trash can right now, she is not a Bible teacher, she is a false teacher who will deceive you with her unbiblical and false teaching. She knows nothing about Bible doctrine, and she will lead you so far astray that you won’t even be a Christian by the time the ride is over. Sorry if this hurts your feelings or bursts your Beth Moore bubble, but she stinks and you better keep your distance or you’ll stink too. But don’t believe me, watch these two videos showing you everything I just told you in this article. Don’t believe me, believe Beth Moore. She’s showing you who she is, believe her.

This Is Beth Moore And What She Believes

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