On today’s show we review Bill Johnson’s latest book ‘God is Good’. Is it as good as many pastors and leaders in the Charismatic movement claim? What does it teach?
Jesus Culture Band from Bethel Church:
The next generation of Heretics
The Demonic Practices of Bethel's Kid's Ministry
Fake glory cloud of glitter at Bethel Church
Bill Johnson's Church
"Fire Tunnel at Bethel Church" Demonic manifestations of
laughter and the Kundalini spirit. A new age spirit.
Bethel Church teaches Children and Adults that you can go to heaven and come back.. and show how you can do it.. UNBIBLICAL. they are a CULT
Go through the pages and videos below, it gives a good overview of Bethel Church in Redding and Bill Johnson.
Bill Johnson's Church in Redding, CA is the home of the School of Supernatural ministry where students can learn how to do signs, wonders, and miracles.. and to heal people- which is not scriptural. Also, you will see videos of Fire Tunnels, Grave Sucking, the Kundalini spirit (Demonic), glory cloud (gold glitter), and the big selling band from their church: JESUS CULTURE-
Who's lead singer claims she had an "encounter" with Jesus and God the father and refers to Jesus as the
"stretch armstrong Jesus" because His arms were so big.
Totally unbiblical and Demonic stuff.. In the name of Christianity, and young people these days are buying into it and thinking it's real.
BILL JOHNSON & the NEW AGE - Shocking Footage -
You will see the students of Bethel doing Grave Sucking
trying to get the holy spirit from Dead People!!!!
Click on book below to read link of one of Bethel Church's past books that Bill endorses. It is packed with new age content.
Here's Kim Walker Smith... lead singer for Jesus Culture Band out of Redding, CA Bethel Church. Giving a testimony about an encounter with Jesus and God the Father.
Skip to 29:30 to hear the "Story" of her " Vision encounter" and the "Stretch Armstrong Jesus"
Bethel Church in Redding California is a Hyper-Charismatic Cult that has a
school of Supernatural Ministry for younger adults.
They teach peoplethat they can learn how to heal, prophecy, interpret dreams and speak words of life to others to invoke supernatural healing and life changing moments.
Click this image for 2018/19 Tuition Fees: BSSM.net
Bill Johnson is an effective purveyor of kenosis, the heretical teaching that Christ operated on earth solely as a man, with no “Divine capacity” whatsoever. Every miracle, every healing that Christ performed, according to Johnson, came about through the power of the Holy
Therefore, Johnson teaches, we can all perform healings and miracles, since we also have access to the Holy Spirit.
Thus Johnson’s kenosis doctrine serves to reduce the biblical Christ and elevate man. As Bob Dewaay points out:“Jesus is no longer unique, but only a special enlightened one who could lead the way to many such enlightened ones in the future.
Thus we have a New Age Christ.” Kenosis comes from a misunderstanding of Philippians 2:7: …but emptied Himself, taking the form of a bond-servant, and being made in the likeness of men.
Heretic Bill Johnson says Jesus was Born again
Strange Manifestations -Bethel Church
False teachings and unbiblical things going on at Bethel
What is Kundalini energy - Kundalini energy - "the snake at the base of our spine" - explained clearly by Morgan Khalsa - "A New Ager"
The Kundalini Spirit has Invaded The Church Masquerading as The Holy Spirit !!! BE VIGILANT!
The New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) is a dominionist movement which asserts that God is restoring the lost offices of church governance, namely the offices of Prophet and Apostle.
Paul Flynn of Meggido Radio does a live podcast about Bethel Church and Bill Johnson
by Matt Slick
Pelagianism derives its name from Pelagius who lived in the 5th century A.D. and was a teacher in Rome, though he was British by birth. It is a heresy dealing with the nature of man. Pelagius, whose family name was Morgan, taught that people had the ability to fulfill the commands of God by exercising the freedom of human will apart from the grace of God.
In other words, a person's free will is totally capable of choosing God and/or to do good or bad without the aid of Divine intervention.
Pelagianism teaches that man's nature is basically good. Thus it denies original sin, the doctrine that we have inherited a sinful nature from Adam. He said that Adam only hurt himself when he fell, and all of his descendants were not affected by Adam's sin. Pelagius taught that a person is born with the same purity and moral abilities as Adam was when he was first made by God. He taught that people can choose God by the exercise of their free will and rational thought. God's grace, then, is merely an aid to help individuals come to Him.
Pelagianism fails to understand man's nature and weakness. We are by nature sinners (Eph. 2:3; Psalm 51:5). We all have sinned because sin entered the world through Adam: "Therefore, just as sin entered the world through one man, and death through sin, and in this way death came to all men, because all sinned" (Rom. 5:12, NIV). Furthermore, Romans 3:10-12 says, “There is none righteous, not even one; 11 There is none who understands, There is none who seeks for God; 12 All have turned aside, together they have become useless; There is none who does good, There is not even one." Therefore, we are unable to do God's will (Rom. 6:16; 7:14). We were affected by the fall of Adam--contrary to what Pelagius taught.
Tony Miano's podcast talks about Eric Johnson- Bill
Johnson's son, one of the pastors at Bethel Church
telling people in a sermon they are good and were not born evil.
"Bethel is a community of worshippers in Redding, California. We exist to ignite individual hearts until Heaven meets Earth. We gather to encounter God's presence, where personal revival starts." -Church Website
Question: "What is Christian Dominionism?"
Answer: Dominionism, or Christian Dominionism is a term coined by social scientists and popularized by journalists to refer to a subset of American Christianity that is conservative, politically active, and believes that Christians should, and eventually will, take control of the government. The term is sometimes used as a “catch-all” by bloggers to describe any politically active Christian, but not every conservative, politically minded Christian is a Dominionist.
Christian Dominionists believe that God desires Christians to rise to power through civil systems so that His Word might then govern the nation. The belief that “America is a Christian nation” is sometimes called “soft dominionism”; the idea that God wants only Christians to hold government office and run the country according to biblical law is called “hard dominionism.”
Dominion theology’s beliefs are based on Genesis 1:28, which says, "Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth" (emphasis added).
This verse is taken by Christian Dominionists as a divine mandate to claim dominion over the earth, physically, spiritually and politically.
Kingdom Now Theology
Most popular among Charismatic and Pentecostal groups, focuses on taking dominion of the earth by way of spiritual battle. Kingdom Now adherents believe that long ago Satan stole the “keys of spiritual dominion” when he deceived Adam and Eve. Then, when Christ gave the “keys of the kingdom” to Peter in Matthew 16:19, it was a sign that dominion had been returned to man. Now it is our job to “take back” what is rightfully ours – that is, to claim dominion over the earth and spiritually subdue it for Christ. Proponents of Kingdom Now theology believe that the capturing of this dominion includes having Christians in political office, plus a return of spiritual power, manifested by signs, miracles and healing. Kingdom Now theology is taught in the book When Heaven Invades Earth by Bill Johnson of Bethel Church.
While many well-meaning Christians are attracted to these philosophies, Christian Dominionism and its offshoots are unbiblical. Although these systems of thought are nominally based on biblical principles, both Christian Reconstructionism and Kingdom Now theology veer away from the heart and message of the gospel. It is understandable that Christians, troubled by abortion and the general moral chaos of a relativistic society, want to take control of the culture and steer it back towards sanity. But holding to Dominionism is not a biblically viable option.
Jan Markell's video about Kingdom Now and Christian Dominionism in the church
Strange unbiblical things happening at Bethel Church, Redding, CA
Below are some website links with info and links to the heresies and teachings of Bill Johnson & Bethel Church
A clip of what happens at Bethel School of
Supernatural Ministry. As you can see and hear,
this church focuses on emotional rock music as part
of their "worship". It has become part of the emotional driven "it's all about my feelings"
modern day church.
Screen shot of one of the lyrics in Jesus Culture's Song "How He Loves Us"
The lyric has been changed depending on who has done
a cover of the song.
Bill Johnson's Daughter - Jenn Johnson- Bethel Music Holy Spirit is like a Sneaky Blue Genie
"Worship creates a space for us to experience the tangible presence of our good Father. We believe it's what we're all created for."
Watch this video of Heidi Baker's demonic impartations Witchcraft in Bethel Church Click at the 2:23 mark
it will blow your mind.
This is not Christianity.
Here are some clear examples of how Bill Johnson teaches and believes in a "different gospel". He actually believes that God is in "charge" but not in "control". He believes that God put us in "control". Question for Bill: When Adam and Eve sinned in the garden of Eden, did that catch God off guard? Did God not know from before time that Adam and Eve would sin and throw the whole world into death both physically and spiritually? Did God not know from before time that He would send His Son, Jesus Christ to die on the cross for sinners? Didn't Christ suffer on the cross? Wasn't that God's prearranged plan?
Are Miraculous Spiritual Gifts Still for Today?
Sam Adams - False Apostles, Deceitful workers of
Iniquity. Part 1
Women From Bethel Bill Johnsons church- Disturbing Impartation- @Benny Hinn San Jose 2014
Beyond bizarre stories from Bethel "Church"
Wretched Radio/Todd Friel
How nuts is the New Apostolic Reformation?
Tunnel of fire at Bethel Church 2012.
If this is going on at your local church then it is not a biblical new testament church
Glitter, Fog Machines, and Parlor Tricks
This generation is saturated with feelings based emotionalism in the churches. Don't trust your feelings Luke!
God's word is the only truth we need!
2 Timothy 3:16-17
Jesus Culture: Mickey Mouse Miracles are no Miracles at all
To the prosperity preacher who wants you to give in order to get a 100 fold blessing I say, why don't you give your millions away all at once and see what God does for you. In the same way I say to the Jesus Culture: go to hospitals and hospices and heal people who are really sick. They don't for the same reason the rich preacher doesn't give his money away; because they know what they are doing is a sham.
A great blog about the NAR and the modern movement by
Rick Wiles discusses the heresy enclosed in New Age manifesto “The Physics of Heaven”, co-authored by charismaniac leaders of the modern day New Apostolic Reformation.
Rod Page: "The Bethel Menace"
A look into Bethel Church from someone that knows
the dangers of the NAR movement.
We will try to really understand what's going on with this movement, what's up with their theology and how we ought to respond to it. Video by Mike Winger
A 2 minute video explaining the Bethel Movement
The Bible specifically warns that the feelings of our hearts may lead us into error.
Jeremiah 17:9 Proverbs 14:12 Proverbs 28:26 Jeremiah 10:23