Presence Conference 2016: “Whoring for Phil Pringle by Twisting God’s Word.”

Chris Rosebrough opens his program today with this announcement: “Staying under the “prophetic holy orders” umbrella we listen to Samuel Rodriquez at the Presence Conference talking about having a “mantle” and not being afraid to use. And then Phil Pringle basically says something that’s head-scratchingly bizarre and weird, you have to hear it to believe it. And then we’re going to listen to a series of guys at the Presence Conference, coming back to Samuel Rodriquez, J. Johns and then Louie Giglio. Louie Giglio was one of the Presence Conference speakers, and boy, did he, wow, talk about engaging in bible twisting in order to fleece people and teach for shameful gain the things he ought not to teach… think Giglio is solid? No! He’s a total sellout.”

Titus 1:11 “They must be silenced, since they are upsetting whole families by teaching for shameful gain what they ought not to teach.”

Now as you listen, you’re going to get examples of just what kind of fleecing took place at this conference, examples of the “really press you hard for money” segments. These examples demonstrate how the keynote speakers were called on by Phil Pringle to fleece and manipulate the audience by “really pushing the screws down hard on them” and using false doctrine to achieve that purpose. Apologising for using the term, Chris Rosebrough points out that these men, particularly Giglio, were “whoring for Phil Pringle and twisting God’s Word in order to do it.”

I Have a Mantle and I’m Not Afraid to Use It


00:05:49 Todd Bentley Back to the Future Mantle Dream
00:16:47 Samuel Rodriguez I Have a Mantle and I’m Not Afraid to Use It
00:18:54 Phil Pringle God Has Done His Part
00:23:07 Presence Fleecings by Samuel Rodriguez, J. John and Louie Giglio
01:07:34 Craig Groeschel Preaches at Osteen’s Building
01:27:28 Sermon Review: I Am A Sheep by Robert Morris

Source: Chris Rosebrough, Fighting For The Faith, Published 5/5/2016 (Accessed 5/5/2016)

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  1. I listened. Yay Chris Rosebrough.

    Sent from my iPhone


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