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Bethel Church “Apostle” Suggests He Can Lay Hands on Car and Heal It

by | Jan 24, 2019

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Kris Vallotton is an associate of the highly charismatic false teacher, Bill Johnson of Bethel Church. The church has been feeding spiritual poison to the world since its inception. It’s known for its false manifestations of the Holy Spirit–that which it calls “glory clouds.” They also practice the spiritually dangerous practice of “grave sucking,” where one lays on the grave of a dead person to literally “suck” the “anointing” out of them.

In a recent video, Vallotton actually suggests that because he can lay hands on people to heal them (he can’t), that he could also lay hands on cars to fix them, and that God even “tells him” what things are broken on the vehicles when he lays hands on them.

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