3 thoughts on “More stories of (fallen) angels, (false) anointings, and backpacks.

  1. Evidently the person that has put on this video has never experience the holy spirit. The Word speaks of laughter being a healing medicine. The joy of the Lord is your strength. I believe the people that are writing these things are people that have been mislead and have never experienced the fullness of God and it is a shame. I’ve been to the revival and I know the presence of God is there. To see 10,000 worshipping the Same God is the most awesome thing.

  2. Karen,

    Maybe you could point out to me in the Bible where someone experienced uncontrolable laughter caused by the Holy Spirit.

    I’ve experienced the fullness of God. I was raised from the spiritually dead and born again (John 3:3, Eph. 2:1). God Himself made me a new creation (2 Cor. 5:17). The Holy Spirit testifies with my spirit that I’ve been adopted out of Satan’s family and into God’s family (Romans 8:16). I have experienced the fullness of the Holy Spirit, because He lives in me (Romans 8:11). I have truly experienced God.

    In spite of all of that, I’ve never acted like a fool on stage at church, or in the pew, because God is holy, and I am commanded to be holy.

    I’d love to hear your defense of Bentley on this post. So far, there have been no takers.

    Thanks,
    Bill

  3. It’s hard to believe that people could actually fall for — oh oh, wait, wait. I’m receiving a vision. Two angels have just entered my room. They’re wearing Prada and carrying Samsonite brand luggage. They say they were going to vacation in Florida, but with Bentley’s gang there now they’ve changed their plans. They’re asking for help.

    If anyone has a nice one-to-two-week vacation package to a good tropical area they would be willing to donate to two angels and their human mouthpiece, let me know. They say they’d be willing to give the donor some heavenly glitter in gratitude. (like this)

    Thanks.

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