A few years back Dr. Michael Brown invited NAR Apostle Bill Johnson of Bethel Church onto his program ‘The Line of Fire’, to address troubling issues surrounding Bethel. Dr. Brown highlighted his viewer’s concerns about a sermon by Jenn Johnson where she revealed she likes to think of the Holy Spirit as a sneaky blue genie – in fact the genie from the Disney movie “Aladdin”.
On air, Bill Johnson attempts to clear the issue up – Bethel having apparently addressed this issue directly to Jenn Johnson. This is ironic considering this is the same ‘church’ that blames the Holy Spirit for what comes out of their ‘Holy Spirit possessed vessels’ in thought, word and deed. These ‘Holy Ghost bartenders’ teach that their divine comedy pieces are designed to manifest in their believers ‘Holy Ghost laughter’ (see an example of Michael Brown doing this at the Brownsville Revival).
With the above debacle in mind, it has recently come to light that in the same sermon (where Jenn Johnson refers the Holy Spirit to a sneaky blue genie), she also told her audience that when she thinks of angels circling God’s throne she “bets that they text each other and have farting contests”.
“That’s black,” she states, knowing full well that what she’s saying is inappropriate. However, what’s even more inappropriate are those who confess to know Christ but are quick to defend the blasphemous leadership of Bethel. If Bethel followers stopped supporting immature and unqualified leaders like Bill and his daughter-in-law Jenn Johnson, their ministries would soon be confined to ‘outer darkness’.
Watch the following YouTube clip from ‘Revealing Truth’:
Source: Revealing Truth YouTube Channel, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cqZJM-uM4-4&feature=emb_logo, Premiered December 20, 2020. (Accessed December 21, 2020.)
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