Have you ever listened to Bill Johnson, Todd White, Joyce Meyer, Kenneth Copeland, Benny Hinn, Todd Bentley, Rick Joyner, Peter Wagner, or others within the Word Faith Movement? Do you really know what they believe about the gospel and Jesus Christ? I would ask you to consider watching this video and listen to what they teach on how Jesus Christ paid the price for sin and what was needed for Him to do to accomplish salvation for humanity. Now, maybe you know what they teach and are aware that they are false teachers. But sadly many Christians listen and follow them as leaders in the church, and they are being deceived with a false gospel and even a false Jesus.
Some people believe exposing false preachers within Word Faith Movement such as Joyce Meyer, Bill Johnson of Bethel Church, Todd White, Kenneth Copeland, Benny Hinn, and others who teach false gospels is being critical and judgmental. However, the Bible the encourages Christians to expose false teachers and false doctrines. Therefore exposing Joyce Meyer’s false teachings that Jesus went to hell, that Jesus suffered and was tormented as a man in hell, that Jesus tasted spiritual death and was spiritually dead, that Jesus separated from God the Father, that Jesus atoned for sin in hell, and that Jesus was not the Son of God until He was raised as the first born again man is of the the upmost importance biblically.
Exposing Bill Johnson of Bethel Church is needed today as many Christians are not aware of his false teachings. Bill Johnson is a false prophet and false apostle of the New Apostolic Reformation movement who teaches that Jesus went to hell suffered for sin there, that Jesus separated from God the Father, and that Jesus was born again is important for Christians to be aware of. Bill Johnson of Bethel Church also has other false teachings that he has taught stating that Jesus was not God on the earth, that Jesus set aside His Deity, and Bill Johnson has stated those who believe Christians can be sick have a different gospel, a false gospel!
Exposing Todd White is important today because he is misleading many younger generations with a hip charismatic influence that is emotionally based rather than biblically grounded. Todd White is a disciple of Kenneth Copeland and is a false charismatic preacher, teaches that Jesus went to hell and suffered in hell for sin, that Jesus was separated from God, that Jesus made atonement for sin in hell, and that Jesus conquered sin and Satan in hell when He was resurrected. Todd White has many questionable and false teachings concerning the gospel and Jesus.
Exposing Kenneth Copeland is needed because for many years he has been deceiving many Christians with heretical teachings that are not biblically sound in the faith. Kenneth Copeland is a false teacher, false preacher, false prophet who has been deceiving Christians for many years, and he got a lot of his influence from Kenneth Hagin. Kenneth Copeland and Kenneth Hagin teach that Jesus was separated from God the Father, that Jesus died a spiritual death, that Jesus went to hell and suffered in hell as a man, that Jesus was tormented by the demons, that Jesus Christ was the first born again man to rise from the dead. Kenneth Hagin has been exposed as the father of the Word Faith Movement, and Kenneth Hagin is a false charismatic preacher who has lead many people astray over the years. There are many within the Word Faith movement that reject that Jesus died upon the cross and paid the price debt paid in full atonement through His shed blood and physical death.
Some other known false teachers and preachers within the Word Faith Movement and the New Apostolic Reformation movement are Benny Hinn, Todd Bentley, Peter Wagner, Rick Joyner. Within both these false movements are false doctrines teaching that Jesus Christ did not pay for full price for sin on the cross, He did not pay the full price with His blood, that He had to die and suffer in hell for atonement for sin, that Jesus died spiritually and tasted spiritual death, that Jesus was not God in the flesh but only a man. They also teach what is called the wealth and health prosperity gospel which they claim by Jesus stripes we are healed and should not be sick or have diseases, and they claim to be the mouth of God and contradict the Word of God.
Wake up church, be alert and on guard against false teachers. This information is to inform you and to expose these false teachers, show what they teach and believe about the gospel for salvation, and why you need to know. Exposing false teachers such as Joyce Meyer, Bill Johnson Bethel Church, Todd White, Kenneth Copeland, Benny Hinn, Todd Bentley, Peter Wager, Rick Joyner is not fun, it does not win friends, and you may not be happy with this information. The Word Faith Movement and the New Apostolic Movement are false and leading people astray, be careful, seek the Lord for discernment, and examine your Bible.
In the Bible Jesus taught to be careful of false prophets Matthew 7:15. Paul warned of false teachers in Acts 20:28-31, Galatians 1:6-9, 2 Corinthians 11:3-4 and 2 Corinthians 11:13-15. Peter warned about false prophets in 2 Peter 2. The Bible is full of warnings against false teachers, false prophets, false apostles, etc.
If you have questions about what was shared concerning exposing Joyce Meyer, Bill Johnson of Bethel Church, Todd White, Kenneth Copeland, feel welcome to post some comments. This is shared not in hate but in love so that you are informed, and to expose false teachings of the Word Faith movement and New Apostolic Reformation movement. There are many solid biblically grounded articles and videos out there that demonstrate many of these things stated.
The gospel message is that Jesus died according to the Scriptures, shed His blood, died upon the cross and paid the price debt paid in full, was raised physically 3 days later, and all who trust full in His finished work will be saved. Jesus did not become sin, Jesus was not separated from God the Father in hell, and Jesus was not the first born again man (Luke 24:44-47; John 3:16-18; Romans 3:19-31; Romans 10:9-13; 1 Corinthians 15:3-4; 1 Peter 1:3-12; 1 John 1:7-9; 1 John 5:10-13).