Wolves in sheeps clothing Pt2

More on what my wife and I had encountered at a revival from this year.

I’m going to make the details of what happened at that revival short for the sake of time, because there’s still many, many more details of what happened during and after this revival. About three weeks into going to this revival, things had been fine. In the fourth week however, things started going on that still makes me question why and how.

In that fourth week, my wife started talking about demonic possession, and dwelling on it pretty heavily. She told me people at this revival wanted to take away her ‘demonic powers’ (not in the interest to “heal” or “cleanse her”). Yes, I know that’s pretty far out there. My wife had been a practicing wiccan too. She never really told anybody the full details about any of that. I myself witnessed certain people there displaying very real signs of demonic possession. Full fledged Christians acting this way.

On certain night after returning from this revival, we could both feel something in the same room with us, staring or glaring at us with contempt. I will be truthful with all of you and tell you I have been apart of divinations, have had very real experiences with ghosts, poltergeists and the like. This felt kind of different though! Like this thing had a mission or something to fulfill.

In this fourth week of all this, my wife started having bad nightmares, started becoming fixated with Michael the Arch Angel and Hitler, vampires and others. She had NEVER been fixated with ANYTHING to do with Hitler, vampires and all that. I firmly believe this so called revival and the cronies running it had used some type of auditory based influence that might have had some prolonged psychological results as well. John Kilpatrick and his cronies like Nathan Morriss are fakes and are simply trying to deceive people through the use of religion to aquire money and further the new age Christian movement, which has nothing to do with the actual word of God!

Keep one thing in mind: I am not trying to destroy or persecute the religious community or trying to advocate Christian persecution. I am simply trying to expos false prophets and con artists here, and make people aware of the dogmatic and dangerous beliefs they advocate! Mr. Kilpatrick’s history speaks for itself (read the articles at this link for more details as well as this site for even more details and info on Mr. Kilpatricks history). As for the rest associated with this revival…guilty as charged.

My wife now is dealing with emotional problems when before she had no other problems other than daily normal ones etc. We have been married for 12 years now, and I have NEVER witnessed her become this disturbed all because of a simple revival. There is far more going on behind the scenes of this revival! If you have any thoughts about attending this event…DON’T! The paranormal aspects of this revival all are based on Eastern philosophies of Chi techniques etc. Among the other “tricks” these people at this revival have used and concentrate on to  keep the people enthused & coming back for more are being slain in the spirit, so called holy laughter (which is NOT biblical at all!) laying on of hands and so on. Here’s what all that amounts to, summed up in one shot:

Just as the Western psychologists are proffering ancient shamanistic practices in a guise which is more palatable to the uninitiated Westerners, so the professing Christian churches which peddle ‘religious fainting” have simply made the Possession-Trance state of shamanism more readily acceptable to the undiscerning sheep who attend their heated meetings. These are the true origins of the strange phenomena which are being so widely reported today and which are bringing the gospel and the Church of Jesus Christ into so much disrepute.

 

Now to bring up another question…do you believe the true origins of so called demons to be the one we all know about, or do you think demons are simply a race of evil spirits with a very different origin other than what we know from the bible or Sunday school teachings? One thing is true here…my wife has been affected in such a way from this, that she will be  wrestling with a very real problem for along time to come because of a very dangerous situation created by con-artists who may very well be “in league with the devil” to further their own ends and hunger for power (and money). Religion is the most dangerous weapon human-kind has ever wielded! Think about this…religion can destroy families, religion can destroy marriages, religion is used to brain-wash, gain money etc. And the list go on and on.

My wife is doing better, but the effects of this encounter with these people will haunt her for years to come. Please do research the names mentioned here of the people linked with this revival. Watch the videos below, these videos are very telling about the true nature of this revival. Watch these and comment back about what’s on your mind.

The true nature of these so called revivals!

I’ll be posting more on this subject in the very near future. If you have any experiences to share about these revivals, please share them! There’s a lot more going on behind the scenes with these revivals than what meets the eye.

Wolves in sheeps clothing – Part 1

Since this whole story about our experiences with a revival we had gone to, to investigate and pick apart for the obvious stage show that it was, is going to be a pretty long one, it will be in two part posts.

My wife and I were invited to a local revival called the Bay of the Holy Spirit Revival. This revival takes place at the Expo Center in Mobile, AL. The revival originally started in Toronto Canada, then in Brownsville Florida. It’s not what you would expect. This revival is NOT about “reviving” the spirit of God and bringing salvation through Jesus. This “show” is staged by charismatic christians who focus more on healing than salvation. Demonic activity was seldom mentioned. Many people from all over the world had been there as well or had been watching over the Internet, hoping to be healed from their sicknesses etc., and perhaps even “saved” from their sins.

What I personally had experienced was new age healing techniques being employed, and using the guise of “old school” preaching and new testament type “fire of God” power to heal the wounded. This revival is NOT of God or any semblance of Christianity! This so called “revival” is a combination of Christian doctoral views and teachings and Eastern techniques! This is not a true revival at all.

Ok, so how is any of this paranormal related? you might be thinking. Eastern techniques employ the use of Chi manipulation and mastering. Allowing the person to achieve almost paranormal type results. But, all humans are capable of mastering our physical bodies through Chi…we in the western world have just been taught otherwise that we cannot!

Before getting into details of what took place there and outside of the revival, here’s some of the key players (feel free to research the names…it makes for some surprising reads). John Kilpatrick, Nathan Morris, Steve Hill as well as other “smaller” players in this situation. discernmentministriesinternational.wordpress.com has a lot of great info you really need to read and watch the videos to see the true reasons why this revival is dangerous on so many levels!

This whole ordeal took place in February of this year, 2011. We had attended three weeks of the revival. During each event I started to take note of the bizarre reactions of these laying on of hands (which is not scriptural). I witnessed people reacting in strange ways…sudden eruption of unusual laughter, eyes rolling back in their heads, trembling, sweating, manic behaviors and more. Many people claimed their hearing was restored, their eye sight restored, diseases healed etc.

John Kilpatrick has been exposed as a false prophet before. Mr. Kilpatrick’s bank account has seen some pretty good results because of the Brownsville revival. But as with all things, even that revival had eventually dried up and he had to move on to Mobile, AL to “bring the fire of God”, or rather renew his income and make that bank account happy again. Here’s what the bible says about false prophets:

But mark this: there will be terrible times in the last days. People will be lovers of themselves, lovers of money, boastful, proud, abusive, disobedient to their parents, ungrateful, unholy, without love, unforgiving, slanderous, without self-control, brutal, not lovers of the good, treacherous, rash, conceited, ratherlovers of pleasure  than lovers of God– having a form of godliness but denying its power. Have nothing to do with them. 2 Timothy 3:1-5

For the time will come when men will not put up with sound doctrine. Instead, to suit own desires, they will gather around them a great number of teachers to say what their itching ears want to hear. They will turn their ears away from the truth and turn aside to myths. 2 Timothy 4:3-4

But there were also false prophets among the people, just as there will be false teachers among you. They will secretly introduce destructive heresies, even denying the sovereign Lord who bought them–bringing swift destruction on themselves. Manywill follow their shameful ways and will bring the way of truth into disrepute. In their greed these teachers will exploit you with stories they have made up. Their condemnation has long been hanging over them, and their destruction has not been sleeping. 2 Peter 2:1-3

First of all, you must understand that in the last days scoffers will come, scoffing and following their own evil desires. They will say, “Where is this ‘coming’ he promised? Ever since our fathers died, everything goes on as it has since the beginning of creation.” 2 Peter 3: 4

 

Nathan Morriss is his right hand man in all of this. Mr. Morriss is a pastors son. He had gotten involved in drug use, drinking and had many women friends. The fire of God had supposedly fallen on him one day and from that point on, he suddenly knew his real reason in life. Make no mistakes about this…BOTH of these people have had their lives (and financial lives) remarkably improved as if by a miracle. But if you want to believe that, I have some prime land for sale on venus for you.

Here’s the prime “big dogs” behind this dog and pony show for the masses:

Tomorrow I will be getting into the details of what took place during and after that revival. What happened because of the influence of these false prophets also caused my wife to have a serious health problem, and I’ll explain why I suspect this revival to be a big reason for it happening. There are paranormal related implications to all this, so stay tuned and I’ll piece it all together.

Part 2 will be posted on the 30th Life has me pretty busy, so I will be posting part 2 as soon as I can.