Johnson tries desperately to deflect responsibility by constantly referring to this "journey" theology. Well we will get some things wrong? Some things you may not do so well? You have told the world that you are believing in faith for something Jesus never promised. You have leveraged scripture way out of context to appear biblical when you most certainly are not. Instead of shepherding this grieving family and your church of thousands, you are leading them astray. Maybe the parents survive this horrific loss with their faith intact but what have you taught everyone else in the process? What will they do the next time someone they love dies? Will they hold a seven-day resurrection service and then walk away from God when Jesus says no? The miracle you reference with Jaxon Taylor involved a living child who was healed, not a deceased child who was resurrected. Like I said in the first devotional about little Olive -- there are always victims of false teachings. How many in the world will dismiss the church as lunatics when this public resurrection plea goes unanswered? Once again beloved we call for prayer for this family who should be grieving. We pray for those trapped in the dangerous teachings of Bill Johnson and Bethel Church. We pray they come out from among them and into the glorious light of Jesus Christ.
Reverend Anthony Wade -- December 20, 2019