It would be more than gullible to vainly imagine that there are not scammers in every industry. In this late hour, just as we were long ago forewarned, “Many false prophets” are beguiling and making merchandise of “many” who are not rooted and grounded in sound doctrine as all believers are to be (Matt. 7:15; 24:4-5, 11, 24).
This so-called “Bay of the Holy Spirit” would be more accurately called “Bay of Pigs.” It’s another gimmick “revival” stunt staged by none other than John Kilpatrick and company, including Nathan Morris.
Toronto, Brownsville, Lakeland, and now this Bay of Pigs “revivals” are nothing more than contrived scams to draw thousands of biblically illiterate dupes down there and bring attention to themselves and “make merchandise” of the people just as the Bible says false prophets do. John Arnott, Todd Bentley, John Kilpatrick, and all the other wolves who participated in this hyped up gimmick “revival” are to be marked and exposed for their folly for which divine judgment will soon fall.
“But there were false prophets also among the people, even as there shall be false teachers among you, who privily shall bring in damnable heresies, even denying the Lord that bought them, and bring upon themselves swift destruction. 2And many shall follow their pernicious ways; by reason of whom the way of truth shall be evil spoken of. 3And through covetousness shall they with feigned words make merchandise of you: whose judgment now of a long time lingereth not, and their damnation slumbereth not.” 2 Peter 2:1-3
First off, John Kilpatrick has never repented from his first sham “revival.” Kilpatrick is a false prophet who is a businessman and knows how to get a crowd of gullible, naive people to flock to his church building which then means they will give their monies. Brownsville was not a true revival, but rather was totally conjured up and counterfeit. As seen in the book of Acts, a true move of God always begins with obedience to the command to “repent.” (Acts 2:38; 3:19; 17:30; Matt. 3:2; 4:17, etc.). This biblical mandate was absent from Brownsville and therefore there was no “refreshing” from the LORD but rather devil spirits (Acts 3:19). Don’t be fooled – “be not deceived” – God has not and never will change. Men have one core problem – sin – and the only redemption from sin that brings man to God is repentance. No repentance – no blessing from God. Period.
It’s quite the situation to behold just how easy it is to stage a so-called “revival,” making it look like “God is moving,” and draw people by the thousands. Due to the biblical illiteracy of the masses today who claim to be saved, whenever any slick, smooth-talking novice who sounds convincing struts himself about with a microphone, they are captivated, seduced, mesmerized, and brought under that demonic spell. Oh, and if the slick-talking decoy man has a British accent, he will draw even more naive ears. Satan is laughing at these pawns.
Of this perpetual line of false “revival” and the associated escapades, Mark Judy writes:
“It is MAN-driven, period………There have been some courageous preachers who have gone there to confront John Kilpatrick & call him out on his apostasy, but hey, money talks louder than truth………This is just another MAN-MADE snake oil ‘Come & Get Your Miracle’ scam, and too many people are spiritually deceived to know the difference…. We mistake emotional fervor and hype for anointing. There is no judgment or discernment! There is no accountability. The only concern these people have is the ‘power’ of the prophetic utterance in that moment. It is a paid performance pure and simple! Forgive us Lord!…”
If you have discernment and/or do your homework, you will discover that this whole thing is staged just as Brownsville was.
It is utterly heartbreaking to see just how ungrounded so many of these people are who flock to see and support these scam wolves. To start a “revival,” all you need to do is get a slick-sounding guy who sounds like he knows what he’s talking about, play some good music in the background, and WHAM you’ve got a “revival.”
Most people who claim to be Christians don’t even know Acts 17:11 much less use it to discern. Do YOU know what that truth says? Have you memorized and put it into use daily, or will you be deceived and damned also?
In the first 10 seconds of this video, the true disciple of Christ knows this man is a wolf. The Bible never instructs anyone to “follow the Holy Ghost.” In fact, Jesus specifically says “Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for HE SHALL NOT SPEAK OF HIMSELF; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come. 14 HE SHALL GLORIFY ME: for he shall receive of mine, and shall shew it unto you.” (John 16:13-14)
Jesus says “Follow ME.” Any questions?
Bible truths such as dying to self, denying self, taking up the cross, the blood of Jesus, studying and learning sound biblical doctrine, walking in personal holiness, being ready for Christ’s soon return, etc., are never to be heard in these contrived, gimmick, scam, circus act “revivals.” “Seducing SPIRITS and doctrines of devils” always work together (Galatians 1:6-9; 1 Timothy 4:1-3).
The Way this All Works
“Here’s a Biggie……..PLEASE, PLEASE……..someone, anyone, show me from God’s Word—-not a verse torn out of context, either; that’s a big no-no—–Show me from God’s Word where God tells us to expect and look for ‘REVIVAL’ ……. Because I will show you, that there are 2 worldviews in operation in Christianity today, and have been, for decades……..One view leads to total deception, one to enduring until the End….. Worldview #1 says we are guaranteed a worldwide ‘revival’ …..that obviously leads whoever believes it to look at everything through THAT set of glasses……….. Worldview #2 says that we are guaranteed a worldwide Deception, and those who pay heed to that worldview will see things in the context of that….. SO, the million $$$$$$ question is, Which worldview does Scripture set forth???????????????????” Mark Judy
God’s Word tells us that in the last days, the days in which we live, there would be a worldwide great falling away and not large revival (2 Thess. 2:1-3; 1 Tim. 4:1-3; 2 Tim. 3:13, etc.).