THIRD WAVE PREACHERS

BC NONE OF THE DEMONIC FOOLS INVOLVED IN THE THIRD WAVE REVIVALS INCLUDING BENNY HINN, RODNEY HOWARD BROWNE OR TODD BENTLEY HAVE ANY INTEGRITY ESPECIALLY FINANCIALLY. THEY HAVE SET UP THE SYSTEM SO THAT THEY CAN STEAL AS MUCH MONEY AS THEY NEED, ARE ACCOUNTABLE ONLY TO THEMSELVES OR LIMITED INDIVIDUALS OF THEIR OWN CHOOSING AND OF COURSE THEY JUSTIFY IT ALL THAT THEY ARE DOING THE LORD’S WORK.

OF COURSE TODD NEVER GAVE AN ACCOUNT OF ALL THE MONEY HE STOLE DURING THE LAKELAND REVIVAL AND BENNY THE SCOUNDREL PROMISES A GREAT WEALTH TRANSFERS WHICH NEVER HAPPENS!

AND John Kilpatrick IS ALSO THIRD WAVE NUT WHO IS A SCOUNDREL AND DECEIVER. IN THEORY HE experienced firsthand the glory of God as Holy Spirit entrusted to him the pastoral oversight of the Brownsville Revival in Pensacola, Florida. John Kilpatrick Ministries was established in 1996 as a result of the Brownsville Revival. He now travels extensively across the nation spreading the fires of revival and impacting churches around the world through media ministry. After nearly forty years of pastoral ministry, twenty-two years of which was his tenure at Brownsville Assembly of God, he and his wife Brenda are fulfilling their apostolic call by establishing churches and mentoring ministers. His hunger and passion for God’s presence awakens and stirs the hearts of many to cry out for a move of God.

IN FACT JOHN PERSONALLY MADE LOTS OF MONEY FROM THE SO CALLED BROWNSVILLE REVIVAL AND LEFT THE CHURCH WITH A VERY GREAT DEBT. IN REALITY HE IS A FALSE PROPHET
http://www.charismanews.com/us/33270-brownsville-revival-church-in-debt-struggling-to-survive

ANY FOOL CAN PROPHESY THIS IS GOING TO BE A YEAR OF BREAKTHROUGH FOR YOU? BUT WHAT DOES HE SAY WHEN IT DOESN’T HAPPEN AS HE IS A LIAR?  http://youtu.be/B-OebFwelVI

A Prophetic Message for Today

This prophetic word was given to strengthen & bless those who desperately need a word from God. Pastor Kilpatrick received a download from Heaven .

Pastor Kilpatrick of the famed Pensacola Revival has already been proven to be a false prophet. Hank Hanegraaff, author of the book Counterfeit Revival, criticized the revival for “serious distortions of biblical Christianity” in the meetings, comparing the physical manifestations to pagan practices.  Kilpatrick responded by issuing a prophecy aimed at Hanegraaff, claiming “within 90 days the Holy Ghost will bring you down.” This prophecy proved to be false.

The Pensacola News Journal ran a series of investigative articles which focused on the donations raised during the meetings and where those funds went, as well as the claims of miraculous healings at the services and the spontaneity of the revival’s beginnings.  For example, the News Journal revealed that a videotape of the Father’s Day service that sparked the revival showed the service went rather badly for Hill.

The News Journal had initially written favorable reports about the revival from the time it started but began a four-month investigation after former members told reporters that all was not as it appeared at the church. The series won George Polk awards from such groups as National Headliner, Scripps-Howard Foundation, and Society of Professional Journalists ] Brownsville Assembly of God responded the paper’s allegations by publishing a paid advertisement (thus shielding them from a response from the paper) in the News Journal entitled, “The Facts of The Brownsville Revival”.

J Lee Grady, editor for Charisma Magazine, was critical of the excesses and personal divisions that had grown within leadership. He also suggested that numerous former attendees were now at local Baptist churches after the traumatic events.

During the revival, nearly 200,000 people claimed they gave their lives to Jesus, and by fall 2000 more than 1,000 people who experienced the revival were taking classes at the Brownsville Revival School of Ministry. Thousands of pastors visited Brownsville and returned to their home congregations, leading to an outbreak of mini-revivals that helped the Assemblies of God recover from what some how? saw as a denominational decline.

Years after the events, the AP reports Brownsville is over $11 million in debt, largely due to the surge of people in the 90s and the drastic drop-off in donations and people attending in the 2000s.

In 1993, two years before the revival began, Brownsville’s pastor, John Kilpatrick, began directing his congregation to pray for revival.] Supporters of the revival would also cite prophecies by Dr. David Yonggi Cho, pastor of Yoido Full Gospel Church, as evidence that the revival was inspired by God. According to Cho, God told him he was “going to send revival to the seaside city of Pensacola, and it will spread like a fire until all of America has been consumed by it.”

On the Sunday the revival began, evangelist Steve Hill was the guest speaker, having been invited by Kilpatrick. A video of the Father’s Day service shows that the Father’s Day service went rather badly for Hill. However, he and Kilpatrick spread stories of “a mighty wind” that blew through the church. This account rapidly spread across the Pentecostal community, but gained little attention in the mainstream media until the Associated Press wrote about it in March 1997. In truth, Kilpatrick had been talking “revival” for several months and had gotten word that Hill wanted to lead a big revival. As word spread of what was happening at Brownsville, Hill canceled all plans to go to Russia, and preached several revival services each week for the next five years.

It was claimed that hundreds of those who attended services that day were moved to renew their faith during Hill’s sermon. In time, the church opened its doors for Wednesday-through-Saturday evening revival services to accommodate the thousands of people who arrived and waited in the church parking lot before dawn for a chance to enter the packed sanctuary.

By 1997, it was common to have lengthy and rapturous periods of singing and dancing and altars packed with hundreds of writhing or dead-still bodies from a variety of ages, races and socioeconomic conditions. As the revival progressed the testimonies of people receiving salvation were joined by claims of supernatural healings. In Steve Hill’s words, “We’re seeing miraculous healings, cancerous tumors disappear and drug addicts immediately delivered.” However, the church told local news reporters that it did not keep records of the healings. In 1997, leaders of the revival such as Hill, Kilpatrick, and Lindell Cooley (Brownsville’s worship director), traveled to cities such as Anaheim, California; Dallas, Texas; St. Louis, Missouri; Lake Charles, LA; Toledo, Ohio; and Birmingham, Alabama naming it “Awake America”.

The primary part of the revival ended in 2000 when Hill moved on to pursue other works. In 2003, Hill founded a church in the Dallas area where he now serves as senior pastor. Cooley left in October 2003.  Kilpatrick resigned as senior pastor in 2003 to form an evangelistic association of his own. Until 2006, the church continued to hold special Friday-night services that were a continuation of the event.

Aftermath

During the revival, nearly 200,000 people claimed they gave their lives to Jesus, and by fall 2000 more than 1,000 people who experienced the revival were taking classes at the Brownsville Revival School of Ministry. Thousands of pastors visited Brownsville and returned to their home congregations, leading to an outbreak of mini-revivals that helped the Assemblies of God recover from what somewho? saw as a denominational decline.

Years after the events, the AP reports Brownsville is over $11 million in debt, largely due to the surge of people in the 90s and the drastic drop-off in donations and people attending in the 2000s.

Criticism

The meetings were criticized by some Christians and by the local news media. The Pensacola News Journal ran a series of investigative articles which focused on the donations raised during the meetings and where those funds went, as well as the claims of miraculous healings at the services and the spontaneity of the revival’s beginnings. For example, the News Journal revealed that a videotape of the Father’s Day service that sparked the revival showed the service went rather badly for Hill. And of course Kilpatrick and Hill both got financially rich from the revival!

NATIONAL AWAKENING IS A JOKE http://wp.me/P2M7AJ-sU
THIRD WAVE REVIVALS http://wp.me/P2M7AJ-2L
THIRD WAVE WEALTH TRANSFER IS BUNK http://wp.me/p2M7AJ-dr

Roy Aldrich, a retired school teacher, who was robbed of a $100,000 by Dan and Karl Strader, knew that Pastor Karl Strader was an enemy of good men. http://goo.gl/GjQJ3 http://www.scribd.com/doc/56459981/
THE STRADERS http://wp.me/P2M7AJ-c0
RODNEY HOWARD BROWNE THE FLEECER http://www.scribd.com/doc/36546812
RANDY AND PAULA WHITE PARASITES PROSTITUTES PIMPS http://www.scribd.com/doc/35148151
SAM AND BENNY HINN THE SCOUNDRELS http://wp.me/p2M7AJ-Lf

How Pastors Get Rich http://tinyurl.com/3azvjzy
THE TRUTH ABOUT FUNDRAISING http://wp.me/p2M7AJ-Ii
Dominionism and the NAR http://wp.me/p2PVVX-1r
The Pathetic Prophetic Movement http://www.christianresearchservice.com/The_Prophetic_Movement.htm

Bentley Joyner Johnson “divorce from reality”
http://westernstandard.blogs.com/shotgun/2009/04/divorced-from-reality.html
Benny Hinn Speaks Out Against the Florida Revival
http://www.christianresearchservice.com/BHinn39.htm
VIDEOS OF CRAZY DANCING AND BEING DRUNK IN A DEMONIC THIRD WAVE CHURCH WHICH SUPPORTED TODD BENTLEY
https://www.facebook.com/video/video.php?v=10151265231713819
https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=16158711649&set=vb.23946484176&type=3&permPage=1
MP calls for ban on tattooed preacher who ‘cures’ cancer by kicking people in the face http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2183860/Todd-Bentley-MP-calls-ban-tattooed-preacher-cures-cancer-kicking-people-face.html#ixzz22m0jPRsG
Todd Bentley marries woman he had affair with; Rick Joyner wants you to send Bentley some money http://www.religionnewsblog.com/23332/todd-bentley-9
Mitt Romney A Mormon stood with Ann when she was battling cancer while Todd Bentley A Pentecostal left his cancer stricken wife and changed her for a younger model? http://www.scribd.com/doc/47784235/
HEY TODD BENTLEY DIVORCING YOUR WIFE TO MARRY YOUR MISTRESS IS NOT SOMETHING GOD ENDORSES OR ALLOWS http://www.scribd.com/doc/47784235/
THIRD WAVE DECEIVERS http://www.scribd.com/doc/14708726
An Open Heaven- Todd Bentley’s Highway to Heaven http://www.letusreason.org/Latrain45.htm
TODD BENTLEY IS NOT ONLY A FROG BUT A FRAUD WHO DEFRAUDS http://tl.gd/ka0rvu
RICK JOYNER THE FOOL http://apprising.org/2012/06/07/the-colossians-heresy-part-3/

JOEL OSTEEN http://unitedforawakening.com/joel-osteen-rebukes-apostles-paul-peter-and-john/
NEW AGE CHURCHES http://www.jonasclark.com/spiritual-warfare-prayer/churches-touching-occult-alternate-realities.html
Counterfeits in the the Third Wave Church http://wp.me/p2M7AJ-E2

SPIRITUAL DECEPTION http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6bPSdcQ6XHY
PAT FRANCIS IS A PHONY http://wp.me/p2M7AJ-93

 

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