Sunday, March 16, 2014


Tell me what you think of this.

Their kickstarter page speaks of the "kingdom power" which is a major red flag to me.

Dead-Raising training? Didn't anyone teach those who can raise people from the dead the wrongness
of Catholic iconography?

I got that link off the official Dead Raiser Facebook page.

Is nothing sacred anymore?

The leader Tyler Johnson claims to have raised 11 people from the dead. {hmm 11}
Then there is this website where they offer their "services".

There is a reference on this page which troubles me, "train others in the revelation of Christ, the One That is Abundant Life".

"They hope to see a DRT started in every city in the world, so that nobody could die without being prayed back to life.
    Tyler is a graduate from Bethel’s School of Supernatural Ministry, spent many hours in the International House Of Prayer prayer room, recieved a BA at Biola University, was discipled by Floyd McClung, and has had the honor of speaking at conferences with some of his heros such as Bill Johnson and David Hogan." 
There was someone I knew once who told me there were Pentecostals claiming they could raise the dead. I do not know much about this topic. This one was new to me.

Raising The Dead: Evangelical Christians Want To Practice Resurrections

I believe God can perform miracles but there are plenty of counterfeits out there.


Anonymous said...

I wonder if this coincides some how with a new series on ABC called Resurrection where the dead start coming to life. We are programmed by the media as well as false teachers. I can see them working together. I haven't seen the show. I just read a description of it last week. We have a billboard on the freeway advertising it and I was curious what it was about.

Luca said...

Bible Believer,what do you think of the human cloning?

Ephesians 511 Blog said...

In the small video clip of the Richard Oliver clip, he mentions he is on the Apostolic Council for Global Legacy. When you look at the "Partners" section it lists "John and Carol Arnott" of the "Toronto Blessing Holy Laughter" days.

globallegacy DOT com/about

Steve B said...

"unlocking the resurrection power" stinks of levels of enlightenment and new age teachings.

Maybe you have to be a 33rd degree free mason to raise the dead?

If 'I' have to unlock the power...then its no longer God is it?

Lillianna White said...

Wow, interesting.
And yes, I notice this phenomena too, they all coincide in a synchronicity even though they are in secular and 'Christian' domains, all of these things converging into the apostasy platform that the antichrist will ascend upon, drawing all the divergent streams of the masses towards. (there is a science to it) (;
When you see so much including the big picture and the little details falling into place, it all just makes click.

Anyway, hello to Bill, I look at your blog a lot too!

FaithGuy3 said...

I don't know if this "ministry" exists anymore, but 5-6 years ago, when I was just a window-shopping Churchianity guy, for some reason I became interested in St. Birgitta's "ministry" on the internet.

Pretty much - they masqueraded as an end times ministry, but most of what they did was magic parlor tricks. Which is why they were very popular.

If they really "raised people from the dead", they probably STAGED/FAKED the whole thing to look real. It's a lot like a magician - where they make an illusion look 100% real.

Anonymous said...

BB - Reminds me of a post you did on Brian Welch not too long ago where he said he wished he could kill some Christians, pray and bring them back to life ...... is this a new fad for the false christianity?

Bible Believer said...

I think it does go with that show Resurrection, definitely, the programming is all merged together. Think about the zombie meme, that is Satan's version of "alive" dead people too.

Bible Believer said...

Yes this all seems to have Toronto Blessing Connections. I agree about the seeking after power. If you all want to see something really strange and occultic taking over these churches kind of related to these topics, is the concept known as "grave-sucking". This necromancy is coming out of Bethel church and other ones as well.

I did an article years ago on here, where I talk about how NAR apostles etc, are doing basically overt occultic witchcraft with a Christian veneer.

Bible Believer said...

Yes I thought of Welch's statement too, they definitely could plan parlor tricks in these false churches and stage fake heart attacks and deaths and some of the false preachers "raising them from the dead".

Lillianna White said...

and then there is that item about the antichrist dying and being raised from the dead in Revelation, and the whole world wondered after him...

but wow, these things are lining up!

Anonymous said...

This is old news too, been exposed, matter of fact the clip was even put into a video that was done to expose IHOP and the whole NAR.

You obviously do not know much about the charismatic movement cause it IS related to Toronto. Furthermore, this Welch connection is absurb, if you guys cannot discern that Welch was being mocking and sarcastic towards regular "Christians" then that flew over your all's heads. Its obvious he did not mean the statement regarding this, or literally, but to discredit the "relugious" christians. Any chance he gets he insults "regular religious" christians. Anyway, I think sometimes you guys look too much to shadows to make your connections. Sorry to say.

Anonymous said...

Yes. It's obvious Welch mocks biblical Christianity. We are well aware of that.

And it's rather hypocritical of Welch to mock Christians as much as he can when he makes a point of saying don't judge him.

Welch is new age - that's why he went on the Eckhart Tolle supporter Nikki Sixx's radio show and said its all about doing what YOU want to do. He isn't about doing God's will.

I pray that you ask for wisdom and discernment from God, not man. The time is short.

Jesus said that the one who does Gods will is the one that is saved, the one that Jesus makes his home with. Wake up before it's too late.

Lillianna White said...

Oh, so there is a 'justifiable' way to talk about killing Christians? Well excuse us!

Just because they are of the 'regular' variety (whatever that means?!? so now regular is bad?!) anyway, then it's 'religious' Christians that it's okay to kill?!? (that was not implied, nor obvious, by what he said, but even given, what is wrong with the word religious until you define it? it has multiple meanings, but that tends to go over the heads of some...) So, love your enemies no more? (if it were even to be lowered to that level of enemies at some point along the way here...), then it's regular-religious Christians, so it's okay to aim the gun at that target then? Just trying to get this right here... Where in the beatitudes does it say: Bless those who persecute you... but aim the crosshairs of your rifle at the 'regular-religious' disciples... !

That welch fellow is full of darkness, anyone who stands up for him is highly suspect too!

'If ye can't take it, then don't ye try dishin' it out.'
Common sense manual, chapter 8, article 7.3.

Brethren, let us remember what is said in Ephesians 4;29:
"Let no unwholesome word proceed from your mouth, but only such a word as is good for edification according to the need of the moment, so that it will give grace to those who hear."

Anonymous said...

'Any chance he gets he insults regular religious Christians'.

Why would a real Christian do that? Please don't be deceived by Welch. He promotes his own man-centered - not Christ-centered - religion.

Welch is very religious. He worships self.

He says it's about being yourself, doing what you want to do, it's not about being good, nor pleasing God. Welch says christ changes you and makes you a better you.

Ephesians 5:10 - And find out what pleases the Lord.

Galatians 5:22-23 Lists the fruit of the spirit - one of which is goodness.

Mocking and insulting people who love God's word and want to live by it is something that the enemy does.

Anonymous said...

What is sad, too, is that Welch fans can't tell that Welch mocks and insults them as well! Welch does not tell the truth about the gospel. He backs the drunk in the spirit stuff with Crowder, deceiving so many kids - and adults. So Welch mocks Jesus as well.

Another example - Welch had a cartoon about the footprints in the sand on Facebook. In the cartoon Jesus says his footprints are not there because he likes to levitate sometimes.

This is not funny. It's mocking God.

2 Peter 2 comes to mind about false teachers and what their fate is. This is no time to be gullible, listening to men and worshiping men, over Jesus Christ. I agree, Welch is full of darkness. Just watch the video of him playing the song Am I Evil with Rob Zombie.

Welch shows you what he's about. Don't be fooled.

Lillianna White said...

Trust me, if it looks like evil, and it sounds like evil, and it smells like evil, it's evil.

No shocker there.
There is NO excuse for joking about killing anyone, let alone any sort of Christians. If regular means regular and religious means sanctified, then I am one of those Christians he is joking about killing (and if my discernment gage is correct, it's really not a joke at all). I think he's a satanist. That is the # 1 rule for the church of satan; do what you will (follow what you want to do over everything else, so flesh, ego, greed, etc. rule for them) while Jesus says to deny ourselves and pick up our cross DAILY to follow Him. We have been crucified with Christ, our selfish desires put to death. (See Ephesians 5-6, Rev. 1-3). Polar opposites. Do not be deceived; even satanists have infiltrated the popular 'Christian' culture and church life, etc. with the intention to lead astray.

Follow Jesus, not man or self.

Bible Believer said...

"if you guys cannot discern that Welch was being mocking and sarcastic towards regular "Christians" then that flew over your all's heads. "

Thanks to my other commenters for standing up to that comment.

Who thinks making jokes like that isn't a sin?

It is, no matter who it is.

I have the personal opinion that Welch is a knowing deceiver too.

Galatians 6:7-9

King James Version (KJV)

7 Be not deceived; God is not mocked: for whatsoever a man soweth, that shall he also reap.

Anonymous said...

I just saw this video of Brian Welch. He says god is love and he is love drunk. His voice and mannerisms are really weird. He shows how he gets to stay at all these high end hotels and fly first class because life is so good. He's rolling around in a shower half the time. At the 3:20 mark he says Jesus loves our souls like a husband loves his wife's naked body.

Welch looks like he is possessed by an evil spirit.

It's on the Ephesians 511 blog - someone left the video in the comments at the end.

There truly is a darkness overcoming Christianity.

Anonymous said...

Dear Bible Believer,

I found a direct link to Welch's video:

He said he has been put down so bad by God's people who don't understand his ways or his heart.

But then he goes on to mock Jesus.