You Can Unlock the Supernatural from the Courts of Heaven! (For $139.00)

Got an extra $139 laying around? The Apostle Robert Henderson will grant you permission to:

Unlock the Supernatural from the Courts of Heaven!

And if you think this is gonna be just another flakey conference don't worry, this conference features some heavyweight theologians like: Patricia King, Che Ahn, Randy Clark, Mark Chironna (who is sporting a new scholarly-looking beard and a cool Bill Johnson-style shirt!) and The Apostle Robert Henderson himself.



Here's the Apostle Robert Henderson talking about how to get rich-oops, I mean unlocking wealth... but I'll save you the 28 minutes of worthless blathering. Wanna get rich? Charge a bunch of people $139 to "unlock the supernatural from the courts of heaven!"

By the way, if this sounds like the prosperity gospel to you, don't worry about it, because Dr. Michael Brown says it's not!

The Prophet Bob Jones: "A Three Foot Tall Being Rang My Doorbell"

In this video interview, it only took about two minutes for the late "prophet" Bob Jones to prove himself to be a delusional nutcase on the order of cult leader Joseph Smith. Amazingly, Bob Jones is at the very heart and center of the New Apostolic Reformation; his "prophetic words" are responsible for establishing many of the major ministries associated with the NAR.

Patricia King Can Ascend to Heaven

Patricia King claims she has the ability to ascend into the heavens, and she has apparently received study notes that she describes as almost complete dictation from the Holy Spirit on how you also can "ascend into the heavens." Perhaps she could take some videos of heaven on her next visit?

Instead of teaching people at her "glory school" she could could simply show us heaven itself! Of wait, she can't charge a fee if she doesn't have a "glory school."

According to Patricia King, the Bible isn't clear enough on our ability to ascend to heaven, so she needed some Holy Spirit dictated notes to make up for where the Bible is lacking. 

We know the Bible isn't lacking of course. We really don't need whatever Patricia King's vast imagination can conjure up. In fact when you see her lips start moving, it's probably a good idea to run away as fast and far as you can!

My dear brothers; eventually some new teachers will bring new teachings into the Church. Among their beneficial ideas will be the practice of “ascending to heaven” on an ongoing basis. And these new teachers will sell their services in what will be called “Glory Schools.” You must follow these teachers and ignore the previous teachings of the Bible.
— Said No Apostle Ever

Have you had enough of these false prophets? Read this and find some relief:

The Hyper-Charismatic House of Cards-Let It Fall and Be Free

Prophetess Patricia King Approves of Eliphaz and God Does Not Approve

Self proclaimed prophetess Patricia King recently cited Eliphaz as a source of truth. The problem is that God said his wrath was kindled against Eliphaz because he didn't speak what was right concerning God.

She cites Job 22: 28. If you go to the beginning of the passage, you see that Eliphaz is speaking:

Then Eliphaz the Temanite answered and said: “Can a man be profitable to God? Surely he who is wise is profitable to himself. Is it any pleasure to the Almighty if you are in the right, or is it gain to him if you make your ways blameless?
— Job 22: 1-3 (ESV)

"Prophetess" Patricia King views him as a source of truth. What does God have to say about Eliphaz? Look at Job 42:7

After the Lord had spoken these words to Job, the Lord said to Eliphaz the Temanite: “My anger burns against you and against your two friends, for you have not spoken of me what is right, as my servant Job has.
— Job 42: 7 (ESV)

God's wrath was kindled against Eliphaz because he had not spoken what was right concerning God.

The whole basis for Patricia King's "decreeing and declaring" rests on someone God wasn't really happy with. The false teaching that says we can "decree and declare" (or "speak") things into existence comes from the Word of Faith movement-not the Bible. 


Amazingly, attributing the power of God to humans is a form of blasphemy. Only the sovereign God of the Universe can do that! On top of that, believing you can speak things into existence is a practice from witchcraft-not from the Bible!

For those of you who think it's mean and unloving to criticize Patricia King (or any other popular teacher) here's a list of Bible verses to consider: Shocking Stuff You're Not Supposed to Know.

Also, here's an important article that will help you be more discerning and a lot less gullible: Defusing Demonic Dirty Bombs.

Patricia King Will Help Find You a Spouse! (for only $79.00)

Patricia King has a new teaching program for sale at XPMedia: Finding Your Mate.

(ScreenShot from Patricia King's Website)

(ScreenShot from Patricia King's Website)

Thought for the day: If you wanna send $79.00 to Patricia King so she can help you follow the mystical trail of breadcrumbs that will lead to your eventual marriage... well, we don't have a lot of hope for the success of your resulting marital relationship.

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"In Jesus Name, The Bar is Open!!" -Patricia King

According to Patricia King, there are many barrels of wine in heaven. How does she know this? Because she's been there. "Wooooooo! There was barrel after barrel after barrel after barrel after barrel of wine!"

In the following video, the "prophet" Patricia King mangles God's Word and tells this audience that they can all get drunk the right way-God's way. After three and a half minutes of nonsense, she really gets to the main point of her message:

"In Jesus name the bar is open! The wine cellar is open, just come on in and drink, drink, drink, drink, drink, drink, drink, drink, drink as much as you want! Because we can live in the house of wine! You know what, that banqueting table scripture in the Song of Solomon? That's a house of wine! Come on!"

Do not get drunk on wine, for that is debauchery, but be filled with the Spirit, addressing one another in psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, singing and making melody to the Lord with your heart, giving thanks always and for everything to God the Father in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, submitting to one another out of reverence for Christ.
— Ephesians 5:18

Patricia King is associated with The New Apostolic Reformation. Her "prophetic word" was used as the focal point for a sermon at Bethel Church recently (instead of the Bible); Chris Rosebrough talked about it on a recent episode of Fighting for the Faith.

For those who think it's mean, judgmental and un-loving to criticize Patricia King (or any other popular teacher) here's something just for you: Shocking Stuff You're Not Supposed to Know.

Finally, here's an important article that will help you be more discerning and a lot less gullible: Defusing Demonic Dirty Bombs.