In regard to the now, open for all to see, Tikkun cooperation with the blasphemous Bethel Redding cult and its openly heretical leader Bill Johnson, a number of people mentioned to me that I had forgotten to include the so-called 'Passover "Holy" Alignment'; in which local Israeli NAR leaders met online with fellow false teachers from around the world.
In this screenshot there are NARpostle Asher Intrater, Avi Mizrahi, Senior NARpostle Daniel Juster, Diane (wife of Mike) Bickle of IHOP, Mike Bickle himself, Bill Johnson, Tikkun leader and long-time companion of false prophet Chuck Pierce, Paul Wilbur, NARpostle Rick Ridings, Mike Bickle, papal shoe-slobberer Lou Engle, NARpostle John Arnott and his wife Carol of Toronto Blessing infamy.
Apart from any other considerations the Arnott's and Bill Johnson are de facto proven false prophets; part of that group who falsely prophesied that great things would happen with Todd Bentley just 24 hours before he was exposed as an adulterer, in an affair which had been going on for some time already, before these false leaders with no discernment, and clearly devoid of the true Spirit, spoke their empty words and prophetic flatteries over him. That event, which has been dubbed the Charismatic Day of Infamy because of its devastating exposure of global senior NAR leaders for exactly what they are false prophets, deceivers. frauds and liars. has remained uneclipsed until the present Great Pseudoprophet Meltdown of 2020 when all the NAR-prophets were shown up yet again and in yet more spectacular fashion.
Generally speaking, while there might be some minor differences, on the whole we tend to associate as believers with those we whom share at least major doctrinal commonalities and a similar worldview. In other words whom we fellowship with as believers and particularly those whom we consistently co-operate with and commend reveals a great deal about us personally and our own convictions. I say this because, when you dig a little deeper you can find other Tikkun /Revive Israel leaders also endorsing Bill Johnson too, like these from Revive Israel's up and coming leader Cody Archer:
Here's Cody also endorsing Elevation Worship.
Elevation Worship is described as "a contemporary worship music band from Elevation Church in Charlotte, North Carolina. The band leads worship in weekend church services, as well as performing concerts and tours around the United States. They have previously toured with other contemporary Christian acts including Hillsong Worship, Lauren Daigle, Bethel Music, Passion, and others." (Wikipedia)
Elevation Church is of course the headquarters of the notorious Stephen Furtick, and is yet another of those vacuous prosperity-gospel, soul and wallet-emptying, Hillsong, C3, Joel Osteenlike, positive-thinking-and-lifestyle-coaching entertainment-based-churches-disguised-as-Christianity clones.
Steve Furtick and the Trinity
The Biblically orthodox doctrine of the Trinity teaches that God is three distinct, co-equal, co-eternal persons of one substance. Modalism on the other hand claims that the personalities in the Godhead are merely "apparent" and merely different manifestations of the one person, roughly analogous to that person wearing different suits of clothes or masks at different times (or even simultaneously in some forms of Modalism).
The doctrine of the Trinity by the way, is one of those non-negotiables that has been considered since the Early Church as essential to salvation; or to put it another way, wilful denial of the Trinity is a mark of someone who is not genuinely born-again in the first place.
So when we see Furtick in company with modalist heretics like T.D. Jakes and then stating regarding John 16:7 that Jesus said to His disciples that He was not leaving them but "changing forms"; what we are seeing is actually a modalist understanding of that verse and that is a damnable heresy.
But Furtick does not stop there: he also claims that God created Man because:
“God needed someone to show the world what he looked like or else he would have just been a concept. God would have been an abstract theory.”
So without Man, God is just an abstract theory? That's insane! It effectively makes Man the creator of God; and that dear friends is blasphemy. Why would anyone want to endorse such a thing? Either because they are ignorant of what Furtick teaches or they find no problem with it. Both conclusions are disturbing.