Some Random Sound Bible Doctrine Thoughts on Passion 2019.
1. Some Sound Bible on Christine.
2. Six reasons not to follow Christine Caine.
3. In addition, Christine Caine endorses practice of pagan/witchcraft as seen here in Batterson’s Circle Making book blurb–
4. Definitely at the leading and cutting age of the great apostasy of the falling away is the false teachers and preachers of the Word of Faith movement.
5. Did you see Passion 2019 yesterday on TBN, a rare look into so called worship that normally adults above college age and non-passion preachers are not allowed to attend? Mrs. Caine is an excellent story teller and tells some good Bible stories, but is a bad example for youth and a possible basket case. Her main point is for the youth to take a risk, and gives the personal illustration of the hour by her foolish move on the ski slope. Risk is what Satan wanted Jesus to take in the temptation to cast Himself down from the temple top. (Jesus said unto him, It is written again, Thou shalt not tempt the Lord thy God.) Here are just some of the sound doctrine Christian comments and info about her:
6. The straight out of the wiles of the devil Word Faith Movement.
The Word of Faith movement grew out of the Pentecostal movement in the late 20th century. Its founder was E. W. Kenyon, who studied the metaphysical New Thought teachings of Phineas Quimby. Mind science (where “name it and claim it” originated) was combined with Pentecostalism, resulting in a peculiar mix of orthodox Christianity and mysticism. Kenneth Hagin, in turn, studied under E. W. Kenyon and made the Word of Faith movement what it is today. Although individual teachings range from completely heretical to completely ridiculous, what follows is the basic theology most Word of Faith teachers align themselves with.
At the heart of the Word of Faith movement is the belief in the “force of faith.” It is believed words can be used to manipulate the faith-force, and thus actually create what they believe Scripture promises (health and wealth). Laws supposedly governing the faith-force are said to operate independently of God’s sovereign will and that God Himself is subject to these laws. This is nothing short of idolatry, turning our faith—and by extension ourselves—into god.
7. A little sound Bible doctrine on the WOF, word of faith movement of Christine, Joyce Myer, and Beth Moore, and how it got started.
“At the heart of the Word of Faith movement is the belief in the “force of faith.” It is believed words can be used to manipulate the faith-force, and thus actually create what they believe Scripture promises (health and wealth). Laws supposedly governing the faith-force are said to operate independently of God’s sovereign will and that God Himself is subject to these laws. This is nothing short of idolatry, turning our faith—and by extension ourselves—into god.”
8. Since the falling away now is obvious, when we see such massive seemingly revivals of the Passions 48,000 youth, it must be a desperation work of Satan.