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Kris Vallotton and the Apostate Church are Coming for Your Children

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Beloved, you must grasp what is going on here. Kris Vallotton and Bethel are ground zero for what we call experiential Christianity. This is where your experiences of personal interaction with the spirit take precedence over scripture. The entirety of it however is subjective by nature. That is why we insist on the verity of scripture. God's Word never changes! Our dreams could change based on how much pizza we had for dinner the night before. It is bad enough that as an adult he relies on his own interpretation of his dreams through his deceitful heart but he now wants to teach kids to do the same?

"2. Expect them to hear from God. This is so important if we want our kids to experience the reality of a relationship with Jesus for themselves. Start small with questions like, "If Jesus walked into the room right now, what would He say to that person?" By asking questions like this, we're teaching them to not only hear from God but also feel what God feels for His children, how He thinks about them and how He wants to encounter them. Let's teach our children and grandchildren to encourage one another! And, in time, ask them, "And what else would He say?" So you can impart a hunger for more of God and how to press in deeper." -- Kris Vallotton

Beloved, if you want your kids to learn how to hear from God then read the bible to them and teach them to read it on their own. Teach them how to study it and ask questions. Kris Vallotton is listening to his heart which we know is deceitful above all things created. I saw Bethel train their worship leaders to essentially meditate until they felt something spring into their heart and assume whatever it is, was from God and speak it out over the people as a prophecy! What utter blasphemy! If you feel you have heard a word from the Lord hold it up to the assuredness of His holy Word. Either way, do not drag little kids into the crazy house of Charismania.

"3. Include them in ministry. I love watching families minister together. We have a saying around here at Bethel that there's no such thing as a junior Holy Spirit. What we mean by that is children carry the power of Holy Spirit just as much as an adult would! We have kids in our Healing Rooms every Saturday praying over people who travel here from all over the world to be touched by the healing power of God. Teach your kids how to pray for the sick and prophesy. I know you'll be amazed at the way the Lord uses them." -- Kris Vallotton

The delusion is strong with this one. Mind you he is talking about children here, not youth. 95% of children cannot conceptualize sin or repentance so the notion that they have the indwelt Holy Spirit is biblically absurd. What were they saved from? Hitting another child in the sandbox with their blocks? I have dealt with so many parents bemoaning their teenagers "falling away" when the reality is they were never saved to begin with. I have seen videos of kids who "prophesy" preach and pray for healing and they were very disturbing. It was not a display of the power of God merely the power of learned behavior. Children are very good at mimicking. I remember when my sister was 5 years old singing Sweet Child of Mine but that did not mean she was in Guns and Roses. Children in healing rooms? Children prophesying over adults? Do you see any of this anywhere in the bible? Of course not because it is spiritually abusive to the child and the adults.

"4. Expose them to miracles. Sometimes we protect our kids from the challenges of life because we want to protect them from pain. I know it's the heart of any parent to want to shield our children from the woes of the world. However, if we protect our children from pain, then they don't realize when a miracle happens. We can't expect them to understand the reality of the mountain that had to move for the miracle to occur if they don't know that a mountain was there in the first place. In our family, we teach our children that not only is God faithful to us adults, but He is also faithful to them exactly where they are in life. When God breaks through in a miracle for our family, it's for all of us to celebrate and be thankful for." -- Kris Vallotton

Certainly if God genuinely provided a miracle for a family the whole family should rejoice but I take pause again at the age these children must be. Nowhere does the bible suggest children should be treated equally as adults. We shield them for a reason. The larger issue here of course is the nature of miracles that Kris Vallotton ascribes to. Bethel believes in gold dust, gemstones, glory clouds and angel feathers as genuine miracles. They have ascribed to grave sucking and have a dead raising team that claims 15 resurrections without any proof. I wouldn't want my kid exposed to such demonic forces at play.

"5. Invite angels into their lives. I pray for the angelic to be active in my children and grandchildren's lives. I also teach them to ask angels into their own lives. Matthew 18:10 tells us there are angels assigned to each child. Why is this important? Because whether we want it to or not, our children will be exposed to spiritual warfare in some way or another as they grow up, and we should equip them with what they need to understand and overcome that. 2 Corinthians 5:16 says, "So from now on we do not regard anyone according to the flesh. Yes, though we have known Christ according to the flesh, yet we do not regard Him as such from now on." We need to learn to know our children by the spirit, and not just by the flesh. The truth is that someone profound is growing up in your home. They should be able to use the gift of distinguishing of spirits (1 Cor. 12:10) to identify who to trust, who the noble people are around them and how to distinguish the angelic (not just negative spirits)." -- Kris Vallotton

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