The Purpose of the Silence from Heaven

The following is from John's commentary for John 5:3.As the Holy Spirit, dwelling in the Prophets, was a sufficient witness of the divine presence, religion at that time needed no other confirmation; for the Law had been sanctioned by abundantly sufficient miracles, and God ceased not to express, by innumerable testimonies, his approbation of the... Continue Reading →

John Hagee’s Four Blood Moons Debunked

"END OF DAYS!! END OF DAYS!!!"Just in case anyone thought John Hagee's blood moon statements were to be taken seriously...Part 2 can be found here. The part specifically dealing with John Hagee can be found around the 48:20 mark.My only contention with Chris Rosebrough's presentation is his belief that Joel 2/Acts 2 is speaking on... Continue Reading →

Podcast: Bob Jones and the Third Heaven

In this podcast, we examine an episode of Patricia King's show which discusses the Third Heaven and the importance of Christians to visit it. Bob Jones and Todd Bentley co-star. Do they live up to the biblical teaching on the Third Heaven? Do they honor scripture?This post provides a link to an article examination the... Continue Reading →

The False Drought Prophecy of Bob Jones

Whenever Mike Bickle discusses the so-called "prophetic history" of the International House of Prayer (IHOP-KC), he often brings up the supposed prophecy of drought as predicted by Bob Jones. As it turns out, that prophecy may not only be completely false, but the account regarding it may have been altered over time.You can view more... Continue Reading →

The Unwritten “Word of God”

The following quote comes from the blog of Julie Meyer, a singer and speaker at the International House of Prayer in Kansas City. It can be found in her recent post 28 Years In the Prayer Room:I remember being there the day Bob Jones came up and said, ‘24/7 House Of Prayer’. The singing will... Continue Reading →

I had a prophetic dream!

Hey hey hey! So I had a prophetic dream! Wanna hear it? Here it is!So, I was in a church, right? And there are these people singing! And they're all dressed as chickens, but there was one guy that was dressed as a moose. Well, I didn't feel right, because usually chickens and moose don't... Continue Reading →

Did Agabus get it wrong?

Some supporters of the International House of Prayer in Kansas City (IHOP-KC), in an attempt to justify founder Mike Bickle's position that New Testament prophets can get details of a prophecy wrong, or can prophesy wrongly (see my posts here and here), have tried turning to a scriptural example. They turn to the prophecy of... Continue Reading →

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