Nuggets from Occult Invasion |

Dave Hunt

Today’s avowed revival is led by false prophets who dare to say that it is legitimate for prophets in training to make mistakes. But according to the Scriptures, if someone says “Thus saith the Lord” and is wrong, that is no mere mistake to apologize for; that is blasphemy! John Wimber, until his recent death, taught how to do signs and wonders and how to prophesy, and charged a stiff fee for attendance at such seminars. And some of the techniques the Vineyards still use, such as moving one’s hands slowly back and forth a few inches from a subject’s body to feel for hot spots to see where God is at work, or letting one’s mind go blank and speaking forth whatever thoughts come, open the door to the occult. Biblical prophets never learned techniques.