Approximately one year after a team of evangelical leaders declared him “not qualified” for leadership due to “credible” allegations of “ungodly and immoral behavior,” including predatory sexual activity, Fresh Fire USA leader Todd Bentley says he’s now back after hearing from God.
Jesus said on the Mount of Olives (Matt. 24) that deception would be the primary cultural sign of the last days. Even some of God’s “elect” might be deceived by false theologies. “Good would be called evil and evil good” (Isaiah 5:20). Men would substitute light for darkness and darkness for light. Apostasy would consume churches and denominations that were once solid.
However, Kat Kerr, a Florida-based pink-haired prophet who identifies as a “visionary … revealing Heaven on Earth,” has declined to apologize, stating in a video on Jan. 7, “I don’t know why some of you assumed that I had said something would happen by a certain date. . . . . .
NAR declares that all of these offices that were operational at the time of the original apostles themselves are to likewise function today. They imply that from the end of the first century until recently, the church missed this command of God to keep the offices of apostle and prophet going forward. As a result, NAR is setting it right through the men and women who have been decreed legitimate to hold these sacred positions. In fact, all churches and all pastors should come under the authority of apostles and prophets in NAR’s thinking.
The Southern Baptist Convention is in the midst of a spiritual pandemic, and it’s not going to pass anytime soon. It’s spreading. It’s infecting more people. It’s getting worse. It’s ever-more-quickly destroying the Convention — and those who are prepared to treat it are growing ever more scarce.
“Here is where we are: Olive hasn’t been raised. The breakthrough we have sought hasn’t come,” conceded Bethel Church, which led the prayers seeking a miracle, in a Facebook post Friday. “And so, we are moving towards a memorial service and celebration of her life.”