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Debunking Kris Vallotton and Bethel's Prophetic Protocol Guidebook

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"Ask yourself if negative words are common to you. If a high percentage of the prophetic revelation you receive is negative, you may be the problem. Occasionally the Lord will warn of upcoming dangerous or negative situations. He informs us so we might pray for our or someone else's safety. Pray until the burden lifts. Ask the Holy Spirit for a prophetic word that releases life into the situation. Remember, prophetic ministry releases grace for things to change. Prophesying the answer will uplift our spirits and come against the darkness that is threatening us. If the warning persists, we should submit the word to our leadership. Once it is given to them we must relinquish ownership of the prophetic word and let them be responsible to steward it. God will speak to them as we pray for Him to give them wisdom and guidance regarding the word." - Kris Vallotton

Yeah, no. What a frightening glimpse into the depraved mind of Kris Vallotton and the false prophets of the NAR. If you get a lot of negative or judgment words then YOU might be the problem because the false god Kris serves does not get angry. He is always love and rainbows and unicorns. Follow this logic though. God gives you a word but it is somehow deemed negative or judgmental. Kris teaches you to ignore that word and instead ask the Holy Spirit, who is God, for a different word that speaks life and isn't so mean. You cannot make this stuff up. Teaching you not only to disobey God but to then be petulant and demand a better word! It gets better though! If God insists, you know He can be a stubborn God like that, Kris says you still should not give the word but instead submit the word to church leadership, and transfer "ownership" of the word God gave you unto them. You have got to be kidding me.

Kris closes with some blather about prophesying over yourself, yet another unbiblical concept. I think we get the point though. This is some straight up nonsense beloved. Prophecy is a word from God and therefore should never be wrong. The bible says that he who is wrong has presumed to speak for God. That is not a condition I want to ever be found in. Kris Vallotton is deceived and a deceiver. He is a wolf of the highest order and needs to be marked and avoided. I will let Kris close out this devotional:

"The very nature of deception is that we do not know we are deceived! If we know we are deceived then it's not called deception, it's called stupidity!" - Kris Vallotton

Amen Kris, amen. When you figure out which one you are, please let us know.

Reverend Anthony Wade - July 31, 2020

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