Dines claimed that after the “apostle” Bill Johnson asked if anyone needed a “creative miracle”—and after some other conference attendees prayed for her toes—she watched in shock as three missing toes grew back on her foot in a span of 30 minutes. Following her stunning miracle claim, it was repeated publicly by the lead pastor of James River Church, John Lindell, as well as Johnson.
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.
Jackie Hill Perry Denounces the Enneagram, Apologizes for Past Promotion: ‘It’s Evil’
“I was really skeptical and have been for some years when people were saying that the Enneagram was demonic,” she said, adding that the “Lord prompted” her to study it. Her conclusion: “It’s evil.” “It’s… doctrines of demons, divination, witchcraft,” she said. “And I had no idea.”
‘Blasphemous!’—Jesse Duplantis’ Christmas Sermon
And because we’re made in God’s image and in God’s likeness, you can call us Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Christ in us, the Everlasting Father, whoo! The Prince of Peace. That’s what it means to be the gift that Jesus gave to you.”
‘Grave Soaking’: A Blatantly Unbiblical, Spiritually Dangerous Trend Among Apostate Churches
Grave soaking – or mantle grabbing – is the act of lying across the physical grave of a deceased preacher or evangelist for the purpose of ‘pulling out’ the power of the Holy Spirit, a power that was supposedly ‘trapped’ within the body upon the person’s death.
Seducing The Already Lukewarm Church: Joel Osteen and Deceptive Prosperity Preaching
When one of the most popular Christian leaders in America focuses more on self-improvement, personal finances, and positive thinking than on the essential doctrines of the faith such as repentance from sin, sanctification, and the atoning work of Jesus Christ, there’s a problem. The prosperity gospel preached by men such as Joel Osteen has been described as biblically anemic theology. And millions have fallen for it.