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False Prophet Says He Doesn’t Fear Coronavirus Because His Son, Wife Raised From the Dead

by | May 27, 2020 | heresy, News, The Church | 0 comments

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Andrew Wommack is a popular Word of Faith teacher who twists the Word of God, teaching false doctrines such as “positive confession” and “seed sowing.” In his online commentary, he teaches, “we can actually bind up the positive results of sowing and reaping in godly people and loose the attacks of Satan against them by the words we speak,” which, of course, is heresy.

Wommack recently claimed that he raised his own son from the dead after he’d been dead for five hours and that he knows at least 30-40 other people who have been raised from the dead. Of interest, however, is that there is no record anywhere to be found of any of these miraculous resurrections. No medical records. No video evidence.

Now, Wommack says that he does not fear the coronavirus because he watched his son and his wife raise from the dead.

And, you know, concerning this coronavirus, I think we talked about this on some of our Bible studies in the past.

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But once you’ve seen your son raised from the dead — my son was dead for 4-5 hours, without oxygen, and actually pronounced dead, and put in a morgue in a cooler, stripped naked with a toe tag on — and once you see your son raised from the dead, nearly five hours without oxygen and there’s no brain damage. And I’ve seen my wife raised from the dead! And I’ve seen lots of miracles happen!

Once you see that, and you know that you have access to this power, then coronavirus comes along… they just had a report in Colorado Springs on the number of people — I think there’s like 750,000 — I forget what the number was — but this pastor actually took the physical number of people in Colorado Springs versus the number of people that had died of the coronavirus, and it was 0.001. One one-thousandth of one percent. [Those two numbers are not equivalent – HM] And you see how weak that thing is, even in the natural realm, people that aren’t even believing God.

But when you know that you have raising from the dead power on the inside, it’s like, man, is this the best thing you could throw at me? This is no big deal.

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