Resolved Question: How gross is 'revivalist'
Or is he truely 'anointed'?
Posted on 7 March 2010 | 6:26 am
Resolved Question: What ever happened to
The last time I asked a question about the so-called "lakeland revival" , my question was taken down. Let's see if this stays up.
Posted on 1 October 2008 | 2:55 pm
Resolved Question: What do you think about
would you ever donate money to his cause? Why do you suppose so many follow him? I just cant understand it.
Posted on 5 September 2008 | 7:50 am
Resolved Question: Todd Bentley bows and
Todd Bentley in my opinion is a great man of God. The fact he is sadly seperated from his wife and family does not devalue what happened in Lakeland. Fact over twenty people got reserected from the dead!! Loads of people got healed and saved. I still get excited by it all and has brought me much closer too God. I am Saved and a evangelical christian. I am not bothered or surprised the things Todd did but not seen that amount of miracles etc before. No what has intrigued me and I haven`t seen before is one night he was pretending too shoot bows and arrows. A somewhat confused crowd felt the need to follow suit as he had told them to do the same. As I say I have never seen this practice before can anyone please explain this to me??
Posted on 5 September 2008 | 7:00 am
Resolved Question: Re: Todd Bentley?????
I asked once before for opinions regarding Todd Bentley of the Christian folks out there, and what they thought of his ministry... a real ministry of the Risen Lord, or a false teacher touting Christ for his own personal gain? In light of the recent events of his stepping down from ministry due to his involvement in immorality, have any of you changed your opinions? or do you still believe hew was a man of God called and empowered to do the will of God?
Please note, in my opinion Mr. bentley is not the first person to preach a "another Gospel". A message that if I may paraphrase "requires us to rely on ministering angels" in addition to Christ. I read about a guy once... Joseph Smith, he said he saw a vision of Christ, met with an angel, was given a "new revelation" and was in fact the only one person, that was granted the permission and authority "By God" to establish the "one and true church".
I believe that God heals, I pray for those that are sick as I ask God for myself in my infirmities...but I like Paul say this..."Not that I speak in respect of want, for what ever circumstance I find myself in therewith to be content..." to be in Christ?, is this not enough? Your thoughts and answers are appreciated.
Posted on 3 September 2008 | 6:11 am