False Christian Teachers, Prophets, Stop Lying! Repent!


What I'm writing here is not something someone told me or something I've read concerning these false teachers.  I'm an abused subject of this false teaching of "name it and claim it"  "God's kids are supposed to be rich" "We establish the kingdom of God here on this earth" "The Latter Rain is upon us" "The Outpouring of the Holy Spirit is Upon Us" and on and on and on.  (please see notes below)

I bought their books, CDs DVDs went to their seminars, sent them money and more money...  I studied them and every time I read the bible along with them I actually bought into their lies.  Then in 2005 God directed my life to "come out" and be a disciple of Jesus Christ and to stop following these false teachers.  

Eight years later, I can stand free and clear with a clear conscience and clear thought and say I'm tired of their lies and deception. They will have to answer to God. 
The biggest lie comes from them teaching partial truth (The Devil always uses partial truth, it's the most effective form of evil.) about God wants us to be successful, prosperous, and healthy RIGHT NOW HERE ON EARTH. and that We are supposed to have dominion and establish God's kingdom here and now, We are undergoing or soon (always around the corner) the outpouring of the Holy Spirit. We are the master's of our destiny. God made us little gods to run around and do His business... In short, these wolves teach us that we lead and God follows.  All their teaching focuses on Here and Now and Not of the world to come. A man by the name of Myles Monroe told me and others during his seminar that we need to go home and upack and stop thinking and talking about heaven and some pie in the sky world after this world because we have work to do here and NOW.   

 Most of the things these people teach is in part true.The LIE and DECEPTION is the WHEN.  

These people teach... HERE AND NOW.  They teach what the pagans practice about using God and demanding from God to get stuff NOW.  we should expect to have it all.  Nothing about their teaching focuses on heaven after this earth as we know it.

Jesus taught us that His kingdom is Not of this world and that he is going to Heaven to prepare our home.  Jesus told John in Revelation that the Millennial Kingdom the Saints would have and receive the promises AFTER God's kingdom is established on earth and NOT now in this present age. We will rule with Christ and reign over the world to come in the Millennial Kingdom (Hebrews 2:5-8) but NOT NOW! We will serve and rule and kings and priests throughout all the ages to come (Revelation 1:5-6) but NOT NOW!

Woe be unto you false teachers and prophets that use the office of Christ for strictly personal gain, Go read Jude 1:11     there's a reason 3 people are listed here, Cain, Balaam and Core.(Korah). each in their own way manipulated God for gain.   

NOTES:    Please read these notes below for further information:

A must read by Dr. Ice:  The Latter Rain Revival   and  Dominion Theology 

Also please read:

I did some reading on this crazy " Dominion  Theology" and "Replacement Theology" and found that it can be traced back to the "Latter Rain Movement" He will come to us like the rain, like the latter and former rain to the earth: Hosea 6:3 passage along with others (Deuteronomy 11:14Joel 2:23) were taken to give the name of the “Latter Rain Movement” starting in 1948.

David Guzik's commentary on Hosea 6:

i. In 1948, a Oneness Pentecostal minister named William Branham held meetings at an orphanage and school founded by a Foursquare Church in North Battleford, Saskatchewan. Those attending the meeting were so impressed by the supernatural works - healing, prophecy, word of knowledge, and strange phenomenon - that they considered it a beginning of a new work of God on earth. In their newsletter, this is how they described it:
“All the great outpourings of the past have had their outstanding truths. Luther’s truth was Justification by Faith. Wesley’s was Sanctification. The Baptists taught the premillenial coming of Christ. The Missionary Alliance taught Divine Healing. The Pentecostal outpouring has restored the Baptism of the Holy Ghost to its rightful place. But the next great outpouring is going to be marked by all these other truths plus such a demonstration of the nine gifts of the Spirit as the world, not even the Apostolic world, has ever witnessed before. This revival will be short and will be the last before the Rapture of the Church.”
ii. They felt that the Pentecostal denominations of their day were “dead” and “dry,” and needed the blessing of the “Latter Rain,” which would especially be marked by miraculous signs and supernatural works. The Pentecostal denominations - notably the Assemblies of God and the Foursquare Church denounced the Branham and the Latter Rain movement for both their teaching and practices.
iii. William Branham continued, drawing large crowds to his prophecy and healing crusades. He and a young evangelist named Oral Roberts led the Latter Rain Movement for several years. Branham’s doctrine became more and more aberrant. Branham believed that the word of God was given in three forms: the Zodiac, the Egyptian pyramids, and the written scriptures. He also taught the “serpent seed” doctrine, which was based on his interpretation of Genesis 3:13, saying that Eve had sexual relations with the serpent in the Garden of Eden.
iv. The Latter Rain Movement, as led by William Branham and Oral Roberts eventually faded from prominence. Branham himself died in a traffic collision with a drunk driver in 1965. He died on Christmas Eve, and his faithful followers believed that he would rise from the dead, so they delayed his burial for several days. But the influence of the Latter Rain movement lived on. 

The Latter Rain popularized many attitudes and doctrines popular in revival movements today:
  • The “five-fold ministry” and “restoration of apostle and prophets”
  • The “foundational truths” of Hebrews 6:1-2
  • An emphasis on signs and wonders as marks of true revival
  • A strong emphasis on unity
  • Replacement theology, replacing Israel with the church
  • Dominion theology, saying the church will conquer and rule the world
  • An elitist attitude, promoting the idea of a group of “superchristians”
v. Many researchers - and many within these modern groups today - believe that many modern “revival” movements are really just a continuation of the Latter Rain movement. Movements such as “Joel’s Army,” the Manifest Sons of God, the Dominion Movement, the Kansas City Prophets, the Toronto Blessing, the Pensacola Revival are connected in some way to the Latter Rain movement. For example, Paul Cain - later to re-emerge as head of the Kansas City Prophets in 1989 - traveled with William Branham and called him “the greatest prophet that ever lived.”
vi. The modern Latter Rain movement believes: “The Latter Rain is God’s great end-time ministry. This concept as revealed in the Bible, comprises the restitution of the church to it’s rightful place, the enormous last day revival and the harvest of souls before the great and terrible Day of the Lord. It is the outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon all flesh promised to us in the last days and the restoration of apostolic and prophetic gifts.” (From latter-rain.com)
***  REGARDING THE ISSUE OF the outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon all flesh in the last days and the Latter Rain which I always heard about as a kid and especially young adult and when I got wrapped up in these new age movements Oral Roberts, Kenneth Copeland, etc... They actually had me believing that the latter rain was upon us, we had to have to faith to "catch it" "grab it" "act on it"  
But now, I can clearly see the evils and the false teachings of this. This latter rain and tremendous outpouring of the Holy Spirit isn't going to happen until the millennial reign of Christ and THEN and only then will we be experiencing these amazing things.


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