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Bethel Pastor Bows at the Feet of Roman Catholic Priest, Praises God for Their Idolatry

by | Jan 20, 2020

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Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry is the training extension of the cult known as Bethel Church in Redding, CA. If you’re familiar with the cult of Bethel Redding, you’re aware they practice such things as grave sucking (or grave soaking) whereby people lay on the graves of dead people to “soak” the anointing from them. They also put glitter in the air vents and, somehow, the people of the congregation are duped into believing that it’s a manifestation of the Holy Spirit floating around inside the sanctuary. It’s really weird stuff that you can read about at this link.

The charismatic movement as a whole is a false movement that ascribes personal emotional experiences to the Holy Spirit and, in many cases, manufactures false moves of God in order to manipulate people.

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Bethel Redding is deeply rooted in the New Apostolic Reformation which is evermore friendly with the Roman Catholic Church today as it has ever been. One prominent Evangelical — Francis Chan — has become so entwined in the movement that it looks like he has all but officially become a Roman Catholic himself — some believe he is well on his way.

Now, one of the pastors of Bethel School took the students on a road trip to visit a Roman Catholic charismatic school to unite in ecumenical prayer and “worship.” Toward the last couple of minutes of this, you can see this pastor praising Catholics in prayer and praying that they would “identify as Catholics by faith.”

While it is imperative to understand that Christians do not worship the same Jesus as Roman Catholics, we should also understand that Christians don’t worship the same Jesus as these charismatic false prophets either — they have been given over to a deceptive movement that denies the sufficiency of Scripture and denies the authority of Christ.

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