Rick Joyner: Jim Bakker is a Prophet, “Plus”…..

Joyner has recently been in over-drive when it comes to issuing his special video “bulletins”. Not since he used this same venue to routinely defend Todd Bentley and (ultimately) “re” promote Todd’s ministry, do I recall receiving so many email alerts linking to the latest video “bulletin”. The one mentioned below is the latest…

Since the Japan earthquake, Joyner has been posting half-hour long “special bulletins” on a regular basis seeking to explain what it all means – he has posted five to date and I have watched every one. Mostly they consist of Joyner talking in circles and rambling on vaguely about signs and prophets and what have you …

but today Joyner began discussing something that caught my attention: namely, that Jim Bakker is also a prophet who foresaw 9/11, Hurricane Katrina, and the earthquake in Japan..  (more and video at RWW)

I noticed Bakker has continued the practice of offering strange ‘love gifts’ to supporters of his ministry.

Steve Lumbley (ApostasyWatch) linked to a recent message posted by JD Ellis at EndTimeDelusion. I hope you will check it out.


There’s nothing that whets the appetite of an internet prophet/watchman more than natural disaster. The catastrophic events in Japan are providing the self-appointed watchmen with more fodder to pass on to their listeners as “proof” that God’s hand of judgment is upon the land because of unrepentance for sin…

You can hear the obvious excitement in their voices when they discuss it. Each new disaster will be the “Big One”, that will prove beyond doubt they are truly modern-day prophets of God, and for the good of ourselves and our families, we should listen to and support their ministries, so they’ll keep us informed about how to escape the effects of the “judgment.” Reliance on God’s word alone is not something they actively encourage.

See, Disaster and the False Teachers


5 comments on “Rick Joyner: Jim Bakker is a Prophet, “Plus”…..

  1. The guy is selling survival food on his website! Hahaha!

    They even have an offer where you can buy seven years of the stuff.

    Are people insane?

  2. Kyle says “I have watched every one”
    Someone give him a medal!

  3. […] Dei Gloria – Rick Joyner: Jim Bakker is a Prophet, “Plus”….. – as the Miz says in the WWE […]

  4. I actually was watching him on TV one day where he was selling the disaster food, water bottles that had certain straws that purify the water and you could literally “Drink from a mud puddle” and be ok. He was also selling the iodine pills to combat the radiation. They admitted that the pills should never be taken unless it was an absolute emergency but why worry people when the threat isn’t really there? They wanted an outrageous amount of money for all of this. I can buy much of that stuff, if need be, at my local Wal-Mart.

  5. prophecy is supposed to guide the church and not extend beyond revelation,by that I mean it is only to magnify revelation. if they don’t keep all the commandments of god then there is no light in them-false prophet. lord lord have we not prophecy in your name–god will say I never new you, you did not do my will(obey me, keep my commandments)

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