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Chris Rosebrough Warns About Robert Henderson’s “Courts of Heaven” False Teachings – False Teacher of the Day #47

by | Jun 30, 2022

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I’ll have to admit that Robert Henderson is a false teacher that I’d never heard of until recently, which is unusual. Henderson is the pastor of Radiant Church in Waco, TX, and the author of several books that revolve around his self-described prophetic dream.

Henderson claims that he and his wife spent years and years trying to get into a “destiny and a purpose” and that he became really frustrated because he believed that he had a calling from God to be a prophetic minister, but was unable to get into it.

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It was at that point, he says, that he had a dream sent to him from God. In that dream, it was revealed to him supposedly by God that his great-great-grandfather had injured someone through negligence. Because of that injury committed by his ancestor, there was now a “present-day case against him” in the “courts of Heaven.”

Henderson then explains that after receiving this revelation from God, he “went into the courts of Heaven” and “repented for the negligence” of his great-great-grandfather.

Henderson says that God told him that since his great-great-grandfather “stole the dreams away from someone else,” “the enemy” (Satan) now has “the legal right to steal his dreams away from him.” He then claims that after he went into the “courts of Heaven” and dealt with the lawsuits against him, everything “began to shift” and he started having all these prophetic dreams and visions and God essentially opened the floodgates of ministry to him.

Christ Rosebrough does a fantastic job of picking this nonsense apart and explaining how contradictory this wicked liar’s false teachings are to the actual Words of God in the Scriptures.

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