The second revolting point here is the clear inference Johnson is making regarding the victims of Mike Bickle. When he says the true intention of this scandal was for Satan to take out the ministry then he is saying the devil is behind the victims. That exposing the truth in Kansas City is somehow a scheme of the devil. I will again provide a different view. When a man builds a ministry empire while lying about who he is and what he is doing to young women, I would say the devil is using that man and his ministry. The notion that God somehow needs IHOP or this false 24-7 prayer movement to reach the rest of the world is biblically stupid. God did not build IHOP - Mike Bickle did. God did not want IHOP built - Mike Bickle did. God did not flourish IHOP - man did, by following Mike Bickle. Stop over-spiritualizing everything.
The third vile thing here is that God wants to preserve a movement birthed in lies and sexual abuse. He does not. This is the agenda, however. Everyone involved or weighing in outside of those representing the victims, are solely concerned with preserving IHOP and the 24-7 false prayer initiative. Just consider the sheer lunacy of what Johnson is claiming God is saying. That Bickle simply has to step aside, keeping his salvation and heavenly rewards, so that God can take this utterly corrupt ministry and just install a different head of the snake? God does not operate like this beloved. He does not need IHOP. He never asked for 24-7 prayer as school credit. He never spoke to Mike Bickle, or Bob Jones, or Paul Cain. It was all lies. The resulting fruit therefore is rotten. God is not trying to save it. He does not need to. He is God.
From here, Johnson's dream involved other ministry leaders. This included Corey Russell, whom he believed had "been given authority to raise up intercessors for revival and Israel," Lee Cummings, who "had the authority to convert through intercession the sons of Ishmael who I knew were not only Arab people but also Charismatics who divorced the Word from the Spirit," and Brian Williams who was being given the authority to "impact the government through intercession and birth and send end time missionaries around the world." With a powerful dream like this, Johnson took the time to consult with other leaders and decide how he should properly go about sharing this information with the public. The two other key players in the dream included an entire group of people in Asia who would pray for the salvation of Israel, and Allen Hood, whose gift was not a crown but a "book of remembrance from Malachi 3:16-18" to "gather families...and teach them to fear the Lord." With that, Hood would spend his days committed to the Word found in Zechariah 2 and 3.
Wow, so God gave Johnson specific names of individuals and the roles they must have moving forward? Yeah, I'm not buying it. The current IHOP leadership is slandering Allen Hood every day. Realize what is happening here. Someone came to Jeremiah Johnson and said that they needed this short list of people to take over from the fallen Bickle, so Johnson crafted this fake word from God to not only assure everyone that their chief moneymaker Bickle, would be all right but who the leadership wants to take over the cash cow that is IHOP. Not a peep about the victims. Not a word from the Lord regarding the 8-10 victims Bickel has left in his wake. Not a word about the latest revelation of a second confirmed woman that Bickel admitted to five inappropriate contacts with sexually where she touched him, but he did not touch her. That's your heaven bound, heavenly rewarded man of God Jeremiah. Please. Maybe you should go back to false prophecies about Donald Trump.
'"I have been privately praying and weeping through this prophetic dream I received back in November 2023. I have not had permission from the Holy Spirit to release it publicly until now. I also sought counsel from several leaders concerning the timing and ramifications. May this bring clarity, hope and the fear of the Lord in the midst of so much turmoil and despair. Maranatha! Come Lord Jesus!" Johnson wrote.' - Jeremiah Johnson
Johnson tries to make himself sound so pious here but, in the end, we can see through this façade. Realize what he is saying here. God gave him this message in November but then for some reason, did not give him permission to "release it." What utter garbage. Why the delay? So, he could vet the "word" through other Charismaniacal leaders? So, God gave you a word, but you thought it best to first ask other men what they thought? Who cares what they think? Did God give you the word or not? Mercifully this false prophecy concludes:
Instead of giving a direct opinion on the entire scenario, Johnson provided seven points of prayer.
Pray for Mike Bickle