Talking to Amanda is like talking to a brick Wells

AMANDA WELLS = FALSE PROPHET

On her FaceBook wall, we asked Amanda Wells a few questions:

“What is the difference between a seer and a prophet?
Do you see yourself as a seer or prophet?”

She answered the second question:

“I go between dreamer visionary to Political and business. Of course can [sic] prophecy [sic] into corporate purpose when I need too [sic] but [sic] see in the business/ political realm a lot [sic]”

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PROPHETIC INSIGHTS INDEED

So Amanda claims to be a prophet. This is important to establish because now it is her that needs to prove that she is of God or if she is a self-proclaiming prophetess.

We asked the first question to see if she would pass the basic test of a prophet. (We knew she wouldn’t.) However, we did not expect her to make this video in response to our question.

[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-TRhd1YZZfQ]

It’s interesting to observe how she is not really honest upfront:

“So many people have asked me about prophets and prophetic people what’s the difference between a seer and a prophet?”

No Amanda Wells. Only one person asked you. Not “many people”. Exaggeration is a form of lying. You would expect a false prophet to lie – not a true prophet. So did Amanda Wells answer our question about the difference between a seer and a prophet?

To her credit, Amanda Wells did.

PROPHETIC ANOINTING IS “AUDIBLE”; THE SEER ANOINTING IS “VISUAL”?

The false Prophetess Amanda Wells claimed there are “two streams” of the prophetic that “flow from the throne of God”. Riiight!

She claims the first one is “nabiy”. She teaches that this is a prophetic anointing that is “more audible and verbal” and “is more communicative in it’s delivery”. Wells says the type of person who operates under the “nabiy” anointing “work really well in leadership teams”.

“The other river or stream is what we can call a ‘seer’… and this involves the visual. They often receive information at one time but share it later.”

Okay – Amanda Wells has proven to be a false prophet. Clearly she knows NOTHING about prophecy in the bible or otherwise she would have given us this straight answer from the bible in 1 Samuel 9:9:

“(Formerly in Israel, if someone went to inquire of God, they would say, “Come, let us go to the seer,” because the prophet of today used to be called a seer.)”

Why did Amanda Wells make up her own theology about how prophecy works? Why was she so compelled to mislead us and others into believing lies about God and prophecy? How can she claim to be prophetic when she can’t even get something so basic right?

ROSEBROUGH REVIEWS

But Amanda Wells didn’t just get exposed as a false prophet by us. We were surprised that Chris Rosebrough from Fighting for the Faith picked up this clip and decided to critique it on his program.

Awakening

Click Here to Download this episode

Program segments:

• Amanda Wells’ Prophetic “Insight”
• Robert Hotchkin Preaches At Patricia Kings “Church”
• Steve Munsey Buttresses Benny Hinn’s “Healing” Ministry
• Sermon Review: Awakening 2 by Phil Pringle of C3

Source: Chris Rosebrough, Fighting for the Faith, http://www.fightingforthefaith.com/2015/02/awakening.html, 17/02/2015. (Accessed 09/03/2015.)

Amanda Wells – you deserve it! Receive your double portion now!



Categories: Glory City Church

3 replies

  1. ” How can Amanda Wells grow in popularity when she blatantly a false prophet? ”

    ” Exaggeration is a form of lying. ”

    Wells has two YouTube channels. The highest plays on one channel is around 700, and around 70 on the other one, but most of her videos have views way below those peaks. There are a couple of videos of her on other channels that have higher views, but I only noticed a couple over 1,000. Those figures hardly show a person who is gaining in popularity.

    Wells Facebook page can get up to 15-20 comments on the odd post. Rosebrough can easily get 50+ or 100+ comments.

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  2. Yes you evidently asked her the question about the difference between a prophet and a seer. How do you know categorically that you were the only one who asked that question? You seem fairly certain you were! Do you have people follow her around and monitor all the questions she’s asked in her question time? after all you used this statement of your knowing your the only one to call Amanda a liar. Amanda has ministered for many years taking many meetings asked thousand of questions and you know your the only one that asked that question.
    Question I asked is “who watches the “church watch central” and the like ministries” is their anyone on this earth with the help of the net that doesn’t have somebody with a negative view publishing derogatory statements about their loves?

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  3. The comment by Robin Simpson, is somewhat difficult to understand (almost as difficult to decipher as Wells’ answer to the person who asked her question originally by the look of it!) but it seems to be a bone of contention with him/her that whoever wrote that original article claimed that he/she had been the only one to ask the question. Upon reading I took it that the article was referring to that particular occasion on Well’s Facebook wall. In that instance it would appear to be a correct statement. If many, or hundreds or even thousands had asked Wells the same question on that particular occasion why were all the others then presumably deleted from her page? What astounds me is the leaping to defence by Simpson of Wells on this particular issue. Perhaps Simpson would like to address the IMPORTANT claims made by many Christians about Wells and address the lies and exaggerations in which she continually indulges. The “fans” of these false prophets and fake teachers are mind-boggling in their misplaced loyalty to heretics.

    Jeremiah 23:16 “This is what the LORD Almighty says: “Do not listen to what the prophets are prophesying to you; they fill you with false hopes. They speak visions from their own minds, not from the mouth of the LORD.”

    Matthew 7:15 “Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing but inwardly are ravenous wolves.”

    Ezekiel 13:9 “My hand will be against the prophets who see false visions and who give lying divinations. They shall not be in the council of my people, nor be enrolled in the register of the house of Israel, nor shall they enter the land of Israel. And you shall know that I am the Lord God.”

    1 John 4:1 “Dear friends, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world.”

    Matthew 24-11 “And many false prophets will arise and lead many astray”.

    The bottom line is, Wells is neither a prophet nor a seer! She is a fake, and if people were exercising their God-given gift of discernment, they could come to no other conclusion. All the wanting and wishing for these heretics to have some “magic” powers will not make it so. Anyone who is indulging in listening to this rubbish expounded by these false prophets and teachers should familiarise themselves with the Bible verses on the warnings we have of people who will bring another, or “false gospel”, into the church. But then actually opening a Bible and reading it might be a little harder work than listening to the would-be comics and entertainers who have taken up residence in our churches.

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