K. House and Chuck Missler examined.
Please bear in mind that in reading this the ecumenical movement that is shown in this article is a living spiritual entity, this explores the connections and in these series of articles we do not only see ecumenical influences but we can prove how compromised Chuck Missler is that he would participate with such apostates and unbelievers.
[p470] 21. “This change of heart and holiness of life, along with public and private prayer for the unity of Christians, should be regarded as the soul of the whole ecumenical movement, and merits the name, ‘Spiritual Ecumenism’ ” (Decree on Ecumenism, n. 8)
In 2009 we have been examining Chuck Missler’s compromise ChristianNewsWire reports, Chuck Missler, founder of Koinonia House Online, has teamed up with the heretical God TV, Mike Bickle, Rick Joyner, and has been one of the scheduled guests on God TV’s “Apocalypse and the End Times” program.
Chuck Misslers was contacted but his excuses can be found here, this was a response to some one who wrote to Chuck Missler but I have placed my comments to Chuck Misslers Assistant concerning Misslers compromise.
“I had opportunity to discuss this at length with Chuck this afternoon. I purposely did not prompt him but sought his perspective and decisions on these issues. His response was “I would preach Christ and Him crucified at the gates of Hell.” He actually brought up Paul also. He said to thank you for your concern but the opportunity to minister outweighed the risk and that he fully intends to speak whatever God wants him to say.“
This is exactly what Ray Comfort said concerning his compromise.
This tells me he has not really thought about if it is pleasing to God but to compromise, isn’t this what solomon did in the Bible when God instructed him not to go after other gods, yet solomon compromised, was involved in child sacrifices, burned incense to the gods of egypt.
Solomon did a little compromise here and their, some times we all need to be reminded not to make the same mistake, like Chuck is doing.
Stephen warns in acts 7:43.
“Yea, you took up the tabernacle of Moloch, and the star of your god Remphan, figures which you made to worship them: and I will carry you away beyond Babylon.”
In a video once I saw Rory Alec promoted transubstantiation that is deep-rooted in Babylonian Mystery Religion this should be enough to keep away and especially over their association with Todd Bentley, they have already made bad press, I would suggest that Chuck comes out or he will also have made a bad name for himself amongst the discernment ministries out their they would not give it a second thought.
Your concerns won’t go for nothing. Because of your perspective, we will take our participation much more seriously than usual.
Why is it that I picked up on it, and I did not even know that Jackie had prior knowledge to this, surely if the Lord has shown this to two different people, who have not been in communication with each other, then this needs to be taken into serious thought I came across it because (FYI Only) I had been informed that Todd Bentley is coming back and will be based in the UK with Rick Joyner.
This sounds like one of those events that you must be focused 24/7. If you know Chuck at all, you know that doctrinally there is nothing you would disagree with.
If you must criticize us for our different perspective please be careful to not contradict what you know about us. Division in the body can be a victory for the enemy. Certainly there are doctrinal issues that should divide.
(my comment) There are Doctrinal Issues with the Alec’s we should separate ourselves from, Chuck is disobeying what God says in Ephesians 5:11 why have fellowship with them, shake hands with the enemy and as far as to have a contract with them, this is like slapping God in the face and shunning his word even though Chuck has been warned, this gives me no doubt in my mind the direction that Chuck has gone with this is not to be taken to lightly, but with extreme discernment and caution.
I don’t believe this is one of them. Pray for us that we may see things the way God wants them to be seen. I trust you will do what God wants you to do also.
(my comment) The Scriptures also say
Matthew 24:24 “For false Christs and (A)false prophets will arise and will show great (B)signs and wonders, so as to mislead, if possible, even (C)the elect.
It is more than Just being careful, we should not even go their, this then has led me to my further examination of Chuck Missler and this is where my investigation begins.
Chuck Missler is a featured writer in the past on Brannon Howse’s Worldview Times,we know from Brannon Howse himself in the past has proven to surround himself with known Ecumenists, such as Dr. Chuck Swindoll a known compromiser it is said “Chuck Swindoll is an ecumenist who has spoken at Promise Keepers conferences and other forums that bring together Protestants, Baptists, Catholics, charismatic, etc. In November 1996, he spoke at apostate Baylor University, which is home to many modernists who question and openly deny the infallibility of the Holy Scriptures. At the July 1994 Promise Keepers conference in Boulder, Colorado, Swindoll entered the stadium on a motorcycle to the blaring strains of the rebellious rock song “Born to Be Wild.””, Chuck Swindoll has also promoted Roman Catholic Mystic Henri Nouwen.…..This can also be found on Chuck Swindoll’s own website Henri Nouwen can be found on the Henri Nouwen website.
Brennon Howse had Chuck Missler as featured writer for Brannon Howse site, since this section was published all references to Chuck Missler have been removed from Brannon Howse website, Brannon Howse has also compromised with a Bohemain Grover and Roman Catholic named Newt Gingrich, it would now appear that Brannon Howse has changed his position on Newt Gingrich.
In Chuck Missler’s KI Student Handbook P76 Publications by Chuck Missler includes Chuck being quoted in a book of quotations, Words of Honor, Dan McKinnon, ed.;; (Foreword by Newt Gingrich), House of Hits, New York 1996.
Newt Gingrich is also supported by Calvary Chapel, Calvary Chapel Thousand Oaks, Newt Gingrich also attended a conference called, “Rediscover God in America“, Pastor Jack Hibbs is hosted in numerous Calvary Chapel gatherings this includes Pastor Jack Hibbs at Calvary Chapel Costa Mesa. Calvary Chapel’s name is now synonymous with apostacy and compromise as we have seen the example shown by Knights of Malta Jerry Boykin.
After Newt Gingrich was confronted with the question about Freemasonry, Bohemian Grove and the CFR newt Claims He’s Not A Member of Bohemian Grove, a Freemason (he is listed on a masonic website as a 33o mason), Or For A New World Order (but admites to being a CFR Member).
(Please Note this video is not a promotion of the
organisations advertised on it)
“I was never a member of the Bohemian Grove” Newt Gengrich
Chuck Missler has ties to Avi Lipkin who is also supported by Calvary Chapel acording to Global Report “These are the people who control the economy of the US and the World. These are faceless people who decide who the President of the United States will be as well as leaders of other countries. They control the banks corporations and oil companies that control the world.”
This Video clip below will conferm that – Avi Lipkin confirming his rejection of Jesus as Messiah.
Ephesians 5:11 Blog states “After you watch this, ask yourself the question “What’s an antichrist doing telling a “Christian” audience there will be a “Great Christian Revival”? Isn’t this mockery just on the surface?
This is called “walking circumspectly”, not as fools, but as wise (Ephesians 5:15)
The Holy Ghost is given to those who obey Him in Acts 5:32 –
Acts 5:32 – “…the Holy Ghost, whom God hath given to them that obey Him.”
Avi Lipkin DOES NOT have the Holy Ghost.
Because Avi Lipkin rejects Jesus as the Messiah, the Bible claims Avi Lipkin is a liar and a deceiver (as all Christ rejecters). Let’s look at those scriptures –
1 John 2:22 – “Who is a liar but he that denieth that Jesus is the Christ? He is antichrist, that denieth the Father and the Son.”
2 John 7 – “For many deceivers are entered into the world, who confess not that Jesus Christ (The Messiah) is come in the flesh. This is a deceiver and an antichrist.”
The Greek meaning for the word “antichrist” means – adversary of the Messiah
Why is Chuck Missler allowing an antichrist the pulpit? Why is Avi Lipkin saying there will be a “Great Christian Revival” as a Christ rejecter? In other audio clips, he talks to Christians in “spiritual terms” and nobody is getting it.
Satan resides among the brethren as stated in Revelation 2:13.
Stay in His word; ask the Lord daily for discernment and humility, this is key.”
Way of life David Cloud already published this statement on Chuck Missler’s endorsement of Have Heart.
EVANGELICALS PROMOTING NECROMANCY – A REVIEW OF “HAVE HEART” (Friday Church News Notes, January 27, 2012, www.wayoflife.org, firstname.lastname@example.org, 866-295-4143) – The following is a review of Have Heart: Bridging the Gulf between Heaven and Hell by Steve and Sarah Berger, which is about the death of a child. The following is excerpted from a review by T.A. McMahon of The Berean Call. Have Heart is recommended by Chuck Missler, Greg Laurie, James Robison, and others. “The first part of the Bergers’ book [contains] wonderful comfort and some sound biblical counsel. … Sadly, however, midway through Hake Heart, the Bergers take leave of their statements regarding the objective Word of God and begin introducing their subjective experiences involving their deceased son, Josiah. Dreams become a vehicle of communication between Josiah and his family and friends. … Communication through dreams featuring a deceased loved one quickly led to direct communication: ‘Only two weeks after Josiah went to Heaven, I (Sarah) made it a habit to talk to Josiah. … I would then be in instant conversation with Jesus and Siah [Josiah]’ (p. 82). Sarah declared to her son that she needed ‘to be involved with your life even now’ (p. 82). … The authors introduce many things that are allegedly taking place in heaven that are not specifically taught in the Bible.
They offer support for the legitimacy of their view experientially by adding that ‘several people in our family and inner circle of friends have experienced similar meetings with Josiah,’ including their pastor. The latter declares, ‘The next thing I knew, Josiah came into [the church] sanctuary … and he got down on one knee and bent to speak into my ear’ (pp. 99-100). Much of what the Bergers hold for their hope in heaven is not stated in the Bible. … They transfer things they love about their temporal life into the eternal realm, particularly their family relationships, and they see that relationship continuing with their deceased son: ‘We want all of us to continue to have relationship with Siah right up until the day that we are face-to-face in Heaven with him’ (p. 103). Just because someone wants it doesn’t make it so. We know that our relationships with unbelieving family members will not continue in heaven. How joyful, then, would a family unit be there with perhaps multiple missing members? Will there be family relationships in heaven? No matter what our rationale, Scripture simply does not tell us. We do know that there is neither marrying nor those given in marriage in heaven (Mat. 22:30).
One of the dangers of this book for a person who doesn’t study the Word of God for himself (which is epidemic today) is that he is disarmed by the multiple claims of biblical veracity, which give way to human speculations–which are then accepted as biblical truth. With no scriptural support, the Bergers write, ‘We know that [Josiah] can see us, hear us, and even be involved, not only in our lives but also in the lives of his friends. We are continually hearing of Siah coming to friends in dreams….The dreams are incredibly profound and always prove God’s Word, point to the glory of God, and compel us to get closer to Jesus’ (p. 104). They add, ‘We mean no disrespect to the prophets, but the idea of Siah being able to observe the choices we make here on earth is way more motivating as we seek to live for God moment-by-moment…’ (p. 107; italics added). … In their attempt to comfort those who have also lost loved ones to death, the Bergers fail to give the biblical warnings of spiritual deception, especially since their grieving state may make them terribly vulnerable to Satan’s ploys, such as transforming himself ‘into an angel of light’ (2 Cor. 11:14-15).”
This is only the first of many pages on this issue, we believe it is important to check everything we cannot take anyone for granted.