'Then six years ago, Engle and a team went to Orlando. He began to prophesy that at the Citrus Bowl (now known as Camping World Stadium), a massive sending movement was coming, and a new breed of evangelism would break out. Engle and his team began to pray for 80 million souls in America to be saved and for 200,000 missionaries to be sent. On Feb. 12, 2018, Engle was on a trip, seeking God, when he read 2 Kings 2, in which Elisha actually receives the mantle of Elijah. Elisha basically says, "I will not leave you, Elijah, until I get your spirit upon me." As Engle read those words, the Holy Spirit gripped him, and he wrote in big letters in his Bible, "BILLY GRAHAM I WILL NOT LEAVE YOU UNTIL I GET A DOUBLE PORTION OF YOUR SPIRIT ON THE NEXT GENERATION!"' -- Shawn Bolz
So what happened to the 80 million souls and the 200,000 missionaries? Did any of this nonsense come to pass? No, instead we are presented with the guy whose idea it was to change the call to the send and the notion that he "prophesied" the switch. Whatever. The hijacking of the story of Elijah and Elisha is basically a scriptural mugging. God did not tell Lou Engle any such thing. How do we know? Because God did not include the story of Elijah and Elisha so that Lou Engle could pretend it had something to do with a mantle that doesn't exist.
"Since then, many more partners have joined, including TBN, Bethel Church in Redding, One Voice, Every Home for Christ and Burn 24-7. Engle says he has never been more sure that he is making a step in the right direction." -- Shawn Bolz
TBN has decades of false teaching they will answer for. Bethel has already been addressed. Burn 24-7 appears to be a Bethel affiliated copy of the IHOP prayer room, where "worship and prayer" never cease. You get the idea. The apostate church is the purpose driven movement fueled by the seeker friendly industrial complex. They protect the brand at all cost because it is a multi-million dollar endeavor, you know, for Jesus. Wink wink.
'"I believe there will be a move of the Spirit of God for a true impartation of courage from one generation to the next as healing and supernatural signs break out," Byrd says. "We are going to see an impartation of supernatural ministry as well as a strong practical thrust." In short, they are seeking a move of God.' -- Shawn Bolz
In short, they are looking to spread their heretical beliefs worldwide. The "supernatural" ministry is the same name we have for false signs and lying wonders. So they wish to see gold dust in Africa and glory clouds in South America. The false prophetic networks they have established in the United States, which has made Shawn Bolz a rich man for pretending he hears from God, will be replicated in other countries.
"Many of the ministries co-sponsoring The Send have ministry training schools, universities or missions programs people can join after the event. Todd White, whose ministry, Lifestyle Christianity, just bought a campus in Dallas, Texas, says The Send is about empowering everyday people to live out and share the gospel. "What we're going after is to produce people who stand in their identity, fully realizing who they are in Christ and who Christ is in them," White says. "We are going to make sure that we are making an impact individually for the kingdom of heaven. We want to see heaven full and hell empty, and the only way for that to happen is for the body of Christ to step into its calling."' -- Shawn Bolz
So we see the money scheme behind this scam. Do you know why Todd White was able to buy his new campus? Because his ridiculous university costs you 2500 dollars per semester to join. He has parlayed his recent success on the false prophet circuit to a big payday. This is still the same guy who performed the "growing leg trick" at a Korn concert in the heretical Holy Ghost movie. As we pointed out, Bethel also has such "academic" offerings at similar prices. So where the call was merely to pray and fast for a revival that never came, the send is establishing a pipeline for the false schools that the Complex has now set up across this country. Training people how to falsely prophesy and tap into the demonic under the guise of getting close to God. Then the worst part is to actually send them out as goats thinking they are sheep to infect other countries with a false christ and a false gospel -- producing false conversions. We are seeing the manifestation of Matthew 7:21-23 unfold before our very eyes.