'As a seer, Healy says he believes angels "respect the reality" that they don't exist as an intermediary between human beings and God, but that they exist as servants of God who are partnering with God for His purposes. "I do hesitate to do anything that would put an angel between me and the Lord to feel like I have to do a certain thing," he adds. "But one thing I do see constantly is when people are doing the things that God has designed them to do, angels are constantly partnering with them. "It can be things of traditional ministry like leading worship or preaching or praying for talks or things of that nature," Healy says. "But it's also in all the other godly things that we are called to in our life that we don't always think of angels in this way. Many of us are called to be in the world and to bring God's kingdom to those that we think of as non-ministry areas. Even though the whole world belongs to God and doing anything good in the world is an expression of God's kingdom. So, I see angels partnering with that."' - Charisma News
Dear Lord, Bethel's theology is so pervasively bad they cannot see their own stupidity. Angels do not "partner with God." Just like we do not partner with God. Healy tries to sound so sane talking about his insanity. He is so special that he would not dare to do anything that would put an angel between him and God? Are you serious? How serious is your theological dementia if you believe this craziness. He then furthers the Bethel "bring heaven to earth" talking point/heresy, Healy now pretends that angels are partnering with us to bring God's kingdom to "non ministry areas," also known as the NAR seven mountains mandate. He of course sees angels partnering with this. How absurdly convenient that his "gift" of seeing angels always seems to confirm his heresy. Mercifully, this madness concludes:
"In essence, if you, as a believer, are partnering with God to do what He has called you to do, then having angels at your side to help you with your kingdom tasks is one of the benefits that come along with the partnership. "If I'm partnering with the purposes of God in my life, He is undoubtedly prepared and has sent angels to partner with those purposes," Healy says. "So, rather than being concerned about 'Should I tell an angel to do that?' I think it's more of an aspect of, 'Should I be doing that? Should I be stepping out in authority in this particular area?'" Healy says we must continue to look for opportunities to partner with angels, and with their help, God will send those opportunities to bring us heavenly help to do His will." - Charisma News
Except you are not partnering with God. You should be obedient to God. Jesus once lamented why bother calling Him Lord if you are not going to do as He says. This extended theology of Bethel is the age-old sin of Lucifer. If you think you are so special as to partner with the Creator of the entire universe, then it is no wonder you think you can also command angels! The purpose driven heresy also makes an appearance here. The purposes in our lives are to be obedient to God, stay humble, and take care of the neediest in society. Your purpose is not to serve in the Parking Lot Ministry at the local mega-church. The real damage is that when you so casually turn angelic beings into our lackeys who are always hanging around looking for work, then you diminish the supernatural. You humanize what God intends for supernatural. I once had an experience where myself and two other brothers from my old church thought we may have been ministered to by angels one night when closing the church building. It remains a distinct possibility and the uniqueness of that night remains palpable. Do you know why? Because it is the only time since I was saved that I had such an experience. It is not cheapened by this "it happens all the time" nonsense.
Blake Healy does not see angels at all. How can we be so sure? Because he is in charge of a bogus supernatural school under the administration of Bethel Church. There is no way God would be "partnering" with a rabid heretic to convince you to also partner with Him. He is the Creator. We are the created. That is the relationship beloved. If He is not Lord than you are not His. Do not fall for angel grifts and cons. Mark and avoid.
Reverend Anthony Wade - August 29, 2023