Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Cindy Jacobs Sounds Like a Witch



Remember she is associated with the Charismatic movement, New Apostle Reformation, Rick Joyner's Morningstar Ministries and Generals International. False religion all around. The video has some scary sneers in it, a few hand signs, and lots of false "deliverance" teachings such as binding territories and the rest.

She sounds just like a witch to me when she talks about "coming into a new region to possess the land" and about how when her airplane is landing she will bind all the powers and principalities in a region. Notice how she claims she is the one taking authority over the spirits. How much actual witchcraft is done under the guise of false Christianity? In my opinion a lot.

Read this old article, "New Apostolic Reformation: Seeking Power Instead of God's Will" where I focused on Barbara Yoder.

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

If she keeps taking authority, she will end up like the seven sons of Sceva in Acts 19:13-17. - Don

Anonymous said...

First, there are no women Bible teachers. Second, nothing of what she said, is in the Bible. So she's teaching you witchcraft.

eric le debonnaire said...

this lady does not know the Kingdom of Jesus at all , but to suffer from something quite depressive. It was hard to listen and boring too.

Bible Believer said...

I agree Don. Mess with demons and spirits "commanding" them and such and they can turn on you.

13 Then certain of the vagabond Jews, exorcists, took upon them to call over them which had evil spirits the name of the Lord Jesus, saying, We adjure you by Jesus whom Paul preacheth.

14 And there were seven sons of one Sceva, a Jew, and chief of the priests, which did so.

15 And the evil spirit answered and said, Jesus I know, and Paul I know; but who are ye?

16 And the man in whom the evil spirit was leaped on them, and overcame them, and prevailed against them, so that they fled out of that house naked and wounded.

17 And this was known to all the Jews and Greeks also dwelling at Ephesus; and fear fell on them all, and the name of the Lord Jesus was magnified.

Bible Believer said...

I agree Eric.

Anonymous said...

Why is she making all those funny faces?

Anonymous said...

The NAR, Knights of Malta and all the associated "partners" of this coven are beyond laughable. Their "strange fire"(Leviticus 10) has engulfed many.... but amazing how their doctrine is actually taken from various occultic tribes, etc (i.e. Shakers, Kundalini, etc). and yet millions are unable to discern. The delusion that is sent is truly strong indeed. as God says so. Interesting to note also that the catholic church embraces them and vice versa.

Thanks for posting, because these change agents, satan's ministers, must be outed; and the brethren warned of their existence.

Contend for the faith....

Sarah said...

This here gives a good expose on this heretical "binding and loosing" and "taking over territories" garbage she claims: http://youtu.be/4RBr8NkmeMU

I disagree with Anonymous, there ARE woman Bible teachers, but this woman just happens NOT to be one of them, LOL.

1 Timothy 2:11-15 (New King James Version) 11 Let a woman learn in silence with all submission. 12 And I do not permit a woman to teach or to have authority over a man, but to be in silence. 13 For Adam was formed first, then Eve. 14 And Adam was not deceived, but the woman being deceived, fell into transgression. 15 Nevertheless she will be saved in childbearing if they continue in faith, love, and holiness, with self-control.


This letter was written to Timothy, Paul’s spiritual son, who was in the position of leadership at the church of Ephesus. He says “let woman learn in silence with all submission.” The word silence here is hesuchia; feminine of Greek 2272 (hesuchios); stillness, i.e. desistance from bustle or language: - quietness, silence. It is interesting to note this same word is translated “peaceable” in 1 Timothy 2:1-2, when Paul said men should live quiet and peaceable lives. It is interesting that translators told men to live “peaceably,” but translated the same word to tell women to be silent. Hesuchois denotes “keeping one’s seat”. Paul was saying not to get upset, out of your seat or get stirred up about disagreements but learn in peace and quietness.


1 Timothy says “do not permit a woman to teach or have authority over a man, but to be in silence.”


Let’s take a look at this in context and in the original text. In context, this verse in speaking of the husband and wife, Paul references Adam and Eve and childbearing. Again the same words translated “woman” and “man” are translated “wife” and “husband.” In this context, I believe (as other also do) that the scripture has been misinterpreted, and is not speaking about the church, but the marriage relationship. I believe it is more accurately translated:“And do not permit a wife (woman) to teach or have authority over a husband (man), but to be in quietness and peace (silence). For Adam (the first husband) was formed first, then Eve.”


God used women to teach or “instruct” even men in the Bible. Aquila and Priscilla took Apollos aside to more accurately explain the truth to him in Act 18:24-26. Paul calls Pricilla and Aquila his “fellow workers” (Romans 16:3-5) in Christ, who risked their lives for his. This is the same term he used to describe Timothy (Romans 16:21), Titus (2 Corinthians 8:23), Demas and Luke (Philemon 1:24), Pricilla (Romans 16:3), and Euodia and Syntyche (Philippians 4:3), the last three being women.

Cindy Jacobs does NOT fall under this category, she is a false teacher/prophetess.


Anonymous said...

Sadly from her rotten theology she has opened herself to demonic oppression, if not possession. I pray she will turn to the Truth and be healed. - Don

Bible Believer said...

I agree she seems to be grimacing. I found myself wondering if she had a stroke or something earlier in life, but thinking of demonic oppression, it's almost like inside she does not believe what she is saying and the facial expressions, tell you that.

I agree about the NAR, Knights of Malta and all the "partners", this stuff is all over the place and it is occultic. She calls her followers "generals" odd how they always use that militaristic language isn't it?

Thanks for the video.

I agree about there being women bible teachers, not pastors though. Many of these women elevate themselves as leaders of the churches, etc teaching jezebel theology.

http://galatiansfour.blogspot.com/2012/05/men-and-women.html

Anonymous said...

Yeah, there is nothing wrong with women being teachers. Just as long as they are not preachers or deacons.

Generally speaking, women are to teach other women and children.

There were female prophets in the past. But, it doesn't matter anymore, since there are no more prophets.

But you never have female Preachers.

Remember, that God is the Father, Jesus is the Son. Man was created first. The wife is the helper to her husband who is the leader. The disciples were all men. And (1 Timothy 2:12-14) is absolutely talking against female Pastors.

Satan also chose Eve to tempt, not Adam. There is a reason for this.(1 Peter 3:7) "weaker vessels". Satan found some sort of weakness with woman. Otherwise, why not go directly to Adam?

1 Corinthians 11:3 " But I would have you know, that the head of every man is Christ; and the head of the woman is the man; and the head of Christ is God."

1 corinthian 14:34-35 "Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience as also saith the law. And if they will learn any thing, let them ask their husbands at home: for it is a shame for women to speak in the church."

Feminism tries to blur the God given roles between man and woman.








Anonymous said...

I don't think Acts 19:13-17 is telling a person not to command demons away. Clearly, the Holy Spirit, which dwells in a christian, has power over any demonic entity. Jesus's name is very powerful.

I read John Wesley's commentary on these verses and it says this

"Exorcists - Several of the Jews about this time pretended to a power of casting out devils, particularly by certain arts or charms, supposed to be derived from Solomon. Undertook to name - Vain undertaking! Satan laughs at all those who attempt toexpel him either out of the bodies or the souls of men but by Divine faith. All the light of reason is nothing to the craft or strength of that subtle spirit. His craft cannot be known but by the Spirit of God nor can his strength be conquered but by the power of faith."

Those jews did not have true faith in the power of Jesus alone to defeat those spirits. So the spirits overcame them. Those jews were charlatans. Snake oil salesman.

Anonymous said...

It is my understanding that this passage in Acts 19 is teaching us to stay out of the fight. Their problem was saying, "We adjure you.." v13. We are not to command anything, Jesus Christ has all the power and it is His fight. I think the outcome would have been different if they would have simply said, "In the name of Jesus Chris who is (not has) come in the flesh, leave this person/place and do not return". - Don

Sarah said...

Anonymous I guess you didn't read my comment did you? At least in full, woman can teach men, but that doesn't mean they have authority over them or that they remain their teachers. When Aquila and Priscilla taught Apollos I am sure they didn't remain his teachers. One can teach and not be a pastor or deacon, remember teaching is one of the giftings.

Scripture never says explicitly that woman should ONLY teach other woman and children.

In 1 Corinthians, was Paul establishing a law that women were to keep silent in the churches and not be permitted to speak? If you read the verse in context, you see that Paul was addressing the conduct of the church and order in a church setting. He talked about the misuse of tongues (vs. 26-28), and prophecy being in order and carefully judged. Twice he instructed those speaking to be in order or keep silent. In the Greek language used here, the same word for woman is also used for wife. And the word for man is the same word used for husband.


In context, the translators had to determine whether the passage was speaking to women in general or to wives. Women: genu, from the base of Greek word 1096 (ginomai); a woman; specially a wife: - wife, woman

Man: aner, a primary word [compare Greek 444 (anthropos)]; a man (properly as an individual male: - fellow, husband, man, sir.)


IF Paul was instructing women to keep silent in the church at all times, then he would not have instructed them to pray and prophesy with their heads covered in 1 Corinthians 11:5. The issue there wasn’t that they were speaking, but that their heads weren’t covered. They were offending their culture and he instructs them to cover their heads, but does not instruct them to stop praying or prophesying in the church. IF Paul wanted women to keep silent, he would have said so in 1 Corinthians 11.

Anonymous you wrote "Satan also chose Eve to tempt, not Adam. There is a reason for this.(1 Peter 3:7) "weaker vessels". Satan found some sort of weakness with woman. Otherwise, why not go directly to Adam?" and then you went on to write "Feminism tries to blur the God given roles between man and woman." First off, your first statement could very well be taken as sexist, for the simple that it's an alluding to Eve being to blame for Adam sinning, when in fact Adam made his own choice. Secondly, I am vehemently against feminism, but this is not a feminism issue.

You say there are no more prophets, but it depends on your definition of prophet and the fact that you are obviously a cessationist. The Bible does NOT say that the gifts of the Holy Spirit ceased, if anything people take 1 Corin. 12 OUT of context to try to justify cessationism. Furthermore, YES I can see the distaste in many regarding the gifts and how they have been perverted, Cindy Jacobs being a PRIME excellent example of how it has all been perverted. But that doesn't mean that there are no more prophets. A prophet is simple someone that can convey the gospel and the scriptures to such an extent that it brings conviction. In the perversion of the church, they have narrowed it down to a prophet only being someone who sees the future, and that isn't the sole purpose of a prophet.

Anonymous said...

I permit not a woman to teach, nor to take authority over a man. Two separate statements in one sentence, and they are both cut and dry. No interpretation necessary.

Anonymous said...

Dr. Michael Heiser has an excellent teaching on women in the new testament as part of his Gnosticism lecture. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pDyl1qrpj_Q and it starts at 2:08:14. Although I do not agree with all that Dr. Heiser teaches, the Gnosticism lecture is very good. I have shared this with Bible Believer before. - Don

Sarah said...

Wow I didnt mean to spark up hostility, nor did I think interpreting scripture was so offensive. Just an FYI I was only engaging in dialogue, wasnt trying to condescend anyone.

I dont really care one way or the other, my gifting is not teaching so its not like it hits close to home. I am just an average person who likes to study the scriptures and the words in their original meaning. After coming out of this Cindy Jacob-ish/charismatic garbage, the love to learn the Bible indepthly grew.

Wasnt trying to offend anyone. Take care :-)

Bible Believer said...

Sarah there are some who have said I shouldn't even do this blog since I am female. I do not think women can hold position of pastors or authority. My husband knows about this blog and reads the articles. I am glad you came out of the Cindy Jacob's deceptions. Agree about the change to the terms.

http://galatiansfour.blogspot.com/2012/05/men-and-women.html

Sarah said...

Bible Believer I agree with you. I have never ever once said that I think woman could be pastors. My comments were geared towards if woman can teach, not if woman can be pastors. Again, I believe the scriptures and word meanings regarding it are explicit and not eisegetical. Anyway I digress, this is obviously a touchy topic, more than I realized. Thank you for sharing the article. God bless! :-)

Kathy said...

Let us be honest here. Cindy Jacobs is a false prophetess, let alone a false teacher. And our Scriptures whose author is God, the Holy Spirit, says that a woman shall not teach a man.....and every sermon that I have heard in church from a woman in church in the presence of men, has ALWAYS contained a lie or two in it. Why is this....because it is in direction opposition to God's Word and the spirit behind these women preachers is not God, the Holy Spirit, but a familiar spirit.

Women can teach other women and be blessed through these God ordained relationships, however we are not to usurp the authority of Godly men. Key word here...Godly....and yes, there are still a few left in this country.

If we were living under the Old Testament/Old Covenant, which is what my Hebrew movement neighbors, ironically, mostly women, would like to cover us with, then these false prophets and prophetesses would have to be stoned under the Law. Praise God, our Father, for His Son, Jesus Christ, for under His Covenent even these false preachers and teachers have spared the stoning process.

The LORD faithfully delievered me out of a church who promoted these Elijah List people with their lying prophecies.....and IHOP.....and Todd Bentley....and the Kansas City prophets.....the merry-go-round list goes on and on. Praise God for His faithful in helping us to discern the spirits behind these people and their teachings.

Encouraging you to continue contending for the faith Bible Believer and Sarah!

Anonymous said...

"every sermon that I have heard in church from a woman in church in the presence of men, has ALWAYS contained a lie or two in it. Why is this....because it is in direction opposition to God's Word and the spirit behind these women preachers is not God, the Holy Spirit, but a familiar spirit."

Very well said. I also sense a different spirit in every "woman teacher". A rebellious spirit that isn't looking to obey the Lord and His ways.

Kathy said...

If I may add another observation here, women in the pastorate and on the elevated pulpit system (Nicolatian in nature) are encompassing almost every denominational variety of religion in the western sphere. Many of the those denominatios who claim to know "the truth" of the Word of God, often the charismatic and pentecostal forms of religion, also have women preaching on any given Sunday. Pastor's wives are often asked to give "a message", elders and deacons wives will give the "sermon", and daughters attending their favorite "Bible college" are asked to come and lecture the congregation.....all the while claiming this is from the holy spirit. (I will not blaspheme God, the Holy Spirit.)

So, by the religious system's very nature, if you are married to the pastor, married to those in leadership and in many cases, women are in leadership positions, or if you are related or are "good friends" or a "blind follower" of a pastor or one in leadership then you have a "special favor of man" or have an "in" so to speak, to be asked to give "a sermon" on Sunday morning.

The whole system is so contrived and manipulated by man.

All the while, the men in leadership sit there under the preaching and teacning of women.

And here is the loudest hypocrisy of all....those same men will turn around and "BLAME" feminisim for destroying our country! The absurdity of it all....and these men sitting in the pews, speak loudly from the pew benches/chairs in speaking their minds in telling us how to live our lives...even when we are NOT sinning....anotherwords, they do not have the fruits of the Spirit living and working inside of them nor the lifestyles to prove it, and yet these men do not have the "courage" to give a sermon on a Sunday morning? So they have to rely on women to come and speak for them?

The hypocrisy is so loud that it is deafening!

And for the record, I have sat under women preachers in several denominational system, and not one, no, not a one, share the Gospel of Jesus Christ in context, let alone preached on the teachings of our Savior. But then, I must confess, not many men in the pastorate teach Jesus' teachings in context any more either.

So then, the mission field is wide open here in the United States, is it not?

Anonymous said...

"So then, the mission field is wide open here in the United States, is it not?"

That is a fact for sure.

Anonymous said...

Can anyone proved the scriptures, in context, of where it says that woman should ONLY teach other woman and children. Thanks :-)

-Bill

Anonymous said...

Hei, my heart is crying because you all heng up in small things, and don`t see the forest for its trees.
Every one of us will be judge for the words we say or write before God. We need to keep what is good from everything and leave the garbage behind us like is stands in 1 Cor. 10:24"everything is permissible-but not everything is benificial...contructive."
About Cindy Jakobs folkens you need to grow opp to understand such things she said in the video clip. I believe that same personal experience it is not good to be express in public,because not everyone have the same growth in Christh, samtimes can it be give free space for misunderstandings, manipulation...like in this blog...sorry...

dean johnston said...

Ps. 1; Blessed is the man
Who walks not in the counsel of the ungodly,
Nor stands in the path of sinners,
Nor sits in the seat of the scoffers.

Be careful you gossipers, scoffers!

Rev. 12:10; Then I heard a loud voice saying in heaven, “Now salvation, and strength, and the kingdom of our God, and the power of His Christ have come, for the accuser of our brethren, who accused them before our God day and night, has been cast down.

Be careful you accusers of the brethren.

Luke 12:10 “And anyone who speaks a word against the Son of Man, it will be forgiven him; but to him who blasphemes against the Holy Spirit, it will not be forgiven.

Be careful you who are blaspheming the Holy Spirit. (Mocking and making fun of the Ruach HaKodesh)