Wednesday, May 28, 2008

I don't know really what to say about this video. This is a Todd Bentley 'healing' service....please comment. I would say its more of a demon event.

9 comments:

steve martin said...

I couldn't make it past the 30 second mark.

What I saw resembles nothing of the Christian Church that I know.

Maybe I'm just out of it. If so...then I'm glad that I am.

Thanks.

- Steve M.

Craig said...

I agree. I think they were taking some kind of drug the way they were all laughing and acting silly.

I believe that the power of healing was an apostolic gift. God can still heal, but it is done through prayer.

A church in my area actually had a member press charges against the church because when they were healing people like that she fell backwards and hurt herself.

Stephen said...

Is live Reiki, or a new Revelation word, 'Bam!'. How many chapters has the 'Gospel of Todd Bentley' have? I wonder, but it sure has its commentary right here online! This is absolutely demonic, as in it is leading people away from the Gospel of Jesus Christ! Todd Bentley's angel, 'Emma-O' which he does NOT talk about any longer (and deleted his comments about this angel on his blog), is none other that an fallen angel. In fact, I read on another blog, http://blog.thewaycf.com/ that Todd Bentley has tattoos that describe this angel. He has 3 Japanese tattoos on one of his arms which describe this 'Emma-O' who is a 'goddess of the underworld' or Hell, in Japanese mythology. Evidently, then, it does not matter to Satan what form, what name, how it comes about, what manifestation, or who is involved, as long as people are consulting spirits, experiencing the extra-biblical supernatural. It is all about feeling and what you can get out of an experience! It seems like being in the Garden, or having always wanted to go back and eat of that tree of the knowledge of good and evil.

Doorman-Priest said...

We don't really have these sorts of all-singing-all-dancing-multi-media-big-hype type events here, and they don't play will with our prevailing religious culture. You know us, stiff upper lip, don't make a fuss, sort of thing.

Quite disturbing. I think I might have walked out.

This is Christianity?

Not as I know it.

Doorman-Priest said...

Almost as bad as Benny Hinn!

Chris Kratzer said...

Yikes, what happened to 1 Kings 19:11-13?

Leo said...

This is the sort of manifestation of "Christianity" which disturbs me. Also, even if it were genuine, which I, like the rest of you doubt, are we not to use our gifts, whatever they may be, quietly and discretely to avoid the pharisee tendency that lurks in us all?

Joseph A. said...

Well, the first 15 seconds just makes me think they're being intentionally and excessively moronic, to be blunt. Beyond that, though, and based on specific portions and stuff this fellow has said, perhaps... demonology applies? :(

Jeff Greathouse said...

Well, I forced myself to watch it; I lasted till 2:47 and it was too much .....