Sunday, August 24, 2014

Oprah Denies Jesus Christ: Longer Version

One commenter shared this video with me. I decided to share it, because I have only seen the shorter versions where it's limited to Oprah rather then the audience members telling her she is wrong. Remember the days when they allowed audience participation in talk shows? That sure ended fast didn't it?

 I think that is Betty Eadie nodding in agreement with Oprah.

 Oprah has interviewed Betty Eadie before. She is the lady who wrote the NDE experience top book, "Embraced by the Light". The two men in the video are right about Oprah advancing the spirit of the Antichrist. I am glad about their warning regarding how desperately wicked the human heart is. So many lost people go on about those with "good hearts", not understanding the gospel.

One thing about the NDE stuff, many of the teachers in it, will on the surface advance a New Age version of "Christianity". They will use "Christian" terms with New Age, luciferian concepts.

NDE's are false


Anonymous said...

I used to watch Oprah fervently in my younger days and actually enjoyed her personality and show. I was born again in Christ Jesus in 1995 well into my adult years and our LORD began working in me as I grew in Him through the power of His Word via God, the Holy Spirit. In a matter of years, television became less and less of a priority as the Spirit was convicting me and repentance was required of me in asking for forgiveness for watching such wickedness and filth. Praise God, I am now at peace and very content not watching, nor having anything to do with the worldviews promoted via television which are antichrist, and am happy in the presence of my peers who choose to have entire conversations around the latest "TV show" all the while I have no idea what they are visiting about. Alleluia and Amen!

Getting back to Oprah....when I watched her show, I actually liked her and respected her reaching out to the poor with her resources of mammon. In our churches, we have great wealth, but instead of giving it to the poor amongst us and the least of these as we are commanded to do by Christ Himself, we consciously choose to spend it on bigger buildings (that we don't need), digital church signs (that cause an accident while you wait in the middle of the road to read the full sentence....which takes a minute or so), donuts and coffee to make an already overweight congregation fatter, Sunday School materials that are written by the Joyce Meyers, the Beth Moores, the Todd Bentleys, and the flying spaghetti monster (and then you are chastised/corrected by a male elder when you have the children crack open their Bibles and read verse upon verse, in context, what God, our Father is telling us...I speak truth here, folks!), we pay the pastor, we pay the janitor, we pay the youth group leaders and their expenses (including paying the courthouse for their "bus driver's license", we pay the landscapers and lawn mowers, we pay the snow removal "volunteers", and the busybodies in our churches go around and solicit money from us and give to those who are "strapped for cash...the ones that eat out several times a week, buy new homes and new things for their homes, the ones who spend foolishly".....all the while the least among us have to go to the welfare offices for housing and food, and thrift shops for clothing and furniture.

Where oh where is "the church" in taking care of the least of these? Have we neglected our faith responsibility and turned our brothers and sisters in Christ over to the "government systems." And we feel good about ourselves because we sit in "the institutional church every week, listening to a banging rock band sing praise songs until our ears hurt and our heads throb, we hear a shallow sermon about the wonders of the pastor and his great family, and praise and blessings from pew sitters that center around "God is so great because I won a digital camera at the prom drawing-(not kidding here)....the most Christless testimonies I have ever heard (I'm in a charismatic/Pentecostal/Baptist church/social group), and before and after the service I can eat as many donuts and pastries as I desire until the sugar and grease comes out of my pores..........

....all the while listening to the youth group teens talk about their "third heaven experiences" because most of the women in the church are Mike Bickle, Todd Bentley, John Wimber, Kenneth Copeland, and Sid Roth followers/fans/groupees who have indoctrinated their children into new age/age old mystical revelations.


Anonymous said...

Please bear with me here concerning my point is this....yes, Oprah Winfrey has been a huge catalyst in promoting a new age/antichrist worldview and is deceiving many for the masses do not understand the spirit of the age or what god she is speaking of for that matter.

What I find so astounding is that as Christians, we find the exact same teachings in our churches and when a believer points this are told "You don't know anything because we have been Christians longer than you," are disciplined because you don't follow their Diotrephes of this day.

Oprah gives her money to assist the poor, we in church give our money to assist ourselves in "looking better" and "filling our bellies full" to attract more people to this synagogue of satan, where we can make people followers of ourselves, rather than our LORD Jesus Christ. And the people love it so. God, please forgive us for who are we really serving?

Another flavored coffee anyone?

Anonymous said...

Hi BB,

I've been afraid to post here after the TruthinLove post battle. If she post a response, I will say nothing this time.

Oprah has grown up in the church, but the love of money has overtaken her. You can google "Barbara Winfrey" and read of how cruel Oprah treated her.

"I tell you the truth, it is very hard for a rich person to enter the Kingdom of Heaven." (Matt 19:23)


jl, humble slave of El Elyon.

Steve Finnell said...


Is it possible to deny the purpose of faith, confession, repentance, and water baptism and still be saved?

John 8:24 'Therefore I said to you that you will die in your sins; for unless you believe that I am He, you will die in your sins."

Is it possible for men to assert that they believe that Jesus is the Son of God and then profess that their belief has nothing to do with their salvation; and still have their sins forgiven? Is purpose denial compatible with salvation?

John 3:16 "For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him shall not perish, but have eternal life.

Can men assert they that believe in Jesus, but it has nothing to do with them receiving eternal life? Is purpose denial compatible with salvation?

Romans 10:9 that if you confess with your mouth Jesus as Lord, and believe in your heart that God raised Him from the dead, you will be saved;

Is it plausible that men can confess Jesus as Lord and believe in the resurrection and then proclaim it has no effect, and is not essential for them to be saved? Can they still be saved? Is purpose denial compatible with salvation?

Acts 2:38 Peter said to them, "Repent, and each of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins; and you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit.

If men say I repented (that is, I made the commitment to turn from sin and turn toward God) and I was immersed in water, however, repentance and baptism have nothing to do with forgiveness of my sin? Is that a valid repentance and baptism? Is purpose denial compatible with salvation?

Mark 16:16 He who has believed and has been baptized shall be saved; but he who has disbelieved shall be condemned.

Can men proclaim that they believed and were baptized in water, and then profess that they believe that faith and baptism were not essential in order for them to be saved? Can that kind of faith save anyone? Is purpose denial compatible with salvation.



Bible Believer said...

How do you define "purpose denial"?