"Holy Ghost Reborn" is the second film in the "Holy Ghost" series released by Bethel Church in Redding, CA.
Tim Wirth and I reviewed the first "Holy Ghost" film and that review is freely available on You Tube here: I am sorry to say this but Bethel is clearly a cult of Christianity holding to most of the teachings of the Latter Rain and Word of Faith.
I pray for the young people in that church that they will come to know Jesus Christ as their Savior and thus come to know the true Holy Spirit. Part 4 - Addendum is part of a 3-DVD series by Sandy Simpson reviewing the film "Holy Ghost Reborn".
But the charges levied on people for conferences and speaking engagements is often excessive.
A minister of God can ask for support and deserves it if they are being diligent in their study and proclamation of the Word.
But experiences and feelings often come with a price today and that is not right. "We all make mistakes, so don't judge lest you be judged." We even hear the word "mistakes" being substituted for the word "sin" in many presentations of what I have termed "Gospel Lite" today.
They have demonstrated repeatedly a manipulative atmosphere targeting young people in particular while preaching rank heresy.
This new film is a continuation of those false teachings and practices.
When what they promised does not happen the person is blamed that they did not have enough faith.
This often destroys the faith of people who fall into the traps of these snake oil salesmen.
Today we often hear the word "mistake" coming from pulpits, and especially in defense of false teaching and false prophesy. So is it proper to substitute the word "mistake" for the word "sin"?
We'll look at the problem of one word "mistakenly" being used for the other.
There are many false teachers on TV these days who peddle the word of God for profit.
They make promises of healing that do not come true by claiming if they are given a financial gift the person will receive healing and riches.