More Charismatic foolishness: God’s Top Gun of deliverance.

HT: A Little Leaven

16 thoughts on “More Charismatic foolishness: God’s Top Gun of deliverance.

  1. What utter nonsense! What or who do they think they are? God doesn’t answer directly to them. They sound like they are on a “power” trip and they think they have power when in reality they have a dead religion!


  2. Oh, its the danger zone alright.

    Luke 17

    Temptations to Sin

    1 And he said to his disciples, “Temptations to sin are sure to come, but woe to the one through whom they come!
    2 It would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck and he were cast into the sea than that he should cause one of these little ones to sin.
    3 Pay attention to yourselves! If your brother sins, rebuke him, and if he repents, forgive him,
    4 and if he sins against you seven times in the day, and turns to you seven times, saying, ‘I repent,’ you must forgive him.”

    (English Standard Version)


  3. Haha, I liked Jeff’s response. Very appropriate. People will come up with anything these days. Why does stuff like this seem so compelling to so many people? Must play into a person’s ego.


  4. Shameless!!! I can’t imagine how anyone could sit there and listen to these “preachers” and think they were from God. This video should be called “Satan’s Top Guns of Deceit.”


  5. The music is actually from the song “Dreams” by Van Halen (during the Sammy Hagar years), and I believe the clips of the aircraft carrier were from that music video.

    I remember watching these guys shortly after I got saved. It was right about the time I starting being more discerning of TV preachers. And even then I couldn’t get past the whole “Transformer” thing.


  6. Shane – If you manage to wrestle “Holy Ghost machine gun” from him, be careful… He still has the sport coat.

    One ‘whack’ from that weapon and you’ll hit the mat…

    Unless of course Christ has saved you from such nonsense.


    – Jeff H


  7. and if you manage to duck out of the way of the sport coat you still have to watch out for his breath. He will huff and puff and knock you to the floor.

    I wonder if when he waves at someone he knows, lets say he sees them in a mall, if that person and all those around him hit the floor?


  8. It is sad that so many people get into the whole signs and wonders movement. I used to be caught up in it. I never was a big fan of Benny though.

    It also saddens me at how angry people get when you point out errors of their favorite teachers or when you question them about some of their beliefs (holy laughter, spirit drunkeness, slain in the spirit, disorder in the church caused by a “move of the spirit”) and show them there is no Biblical basis for it.

    The answer I always get is somewhere along the lines of “well I experienced it”.

    I have had a few experiences myself (drunkeness and the like) but I have found that none of it made me have a deeper hunger for the Word or a “better Christian”.

    What made me get a hunger for the Word and to walk closer with God is when I began to question myself about the things I was seeing and participating in church.


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