Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Beware of Seeking Supernatural Experiences for Their Own Sake

The Lord helped me make some connections today about the influence of the Kundalini spirit. This is a spirit that mimics and poses as the Holy Spirit with supernatural manifestations, but is really an evil spirit. Glynda Lomax talked about it recently, and Nathan Leal just addressed the Kundalini manifestation in the Lakewood Revival in 2008 (it's in the first 10 or 15 minutes):

This morning I was feeling perplexed by the editor of a website that consistently puts out a mix of prophecies, some of which I would judge as from the Lord and some I believe are false. I and many others have made comments about this problem but the feedback was met with a wall of resistance. It’s like there’s a spirit of confusion operating there. I’ve seen this elsewhere and it perplexes me.

Well yesterday some people were commenting about a prophecy from Sadhu Sundar who said that God appointed Trump to make America great again, etc. In a comment I noted that Sundar openly admits to engaging in necromancy, which is making contact with dead people. Sundar claims his spirit gets caught up in the heavens and he visits “councils” where he communes with dead prophets from the Bible, which is where he gets his prophecies: 


Well, necromancy is a form of sorcery and the Bible says it’s an abomination:

"There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch. Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer. For all that do these things are an abomination unto the Lord.” – Deuteronomy 18:10-12

An example is when King Saul consulted the witch of Endor and asked her to bring up the spirit of the prophet Samuel. However, in my opinion, Sundar doesn’t actually commune with dead prophets. I think he astral projects into the second heaven where he encounters spirits who pose as deceased prophets, but are really demons and fallen angels.

Anyway, the editor of the website refused to publish my comment. Not the first time, but still I was perplexed. Why all the resistance to using biblical discernment?

Then I watched the first part of Nathan Leal’s message about the Lakewood revival and the major Kundalini spirit outpouring there. The leader of that “revival” is named Todd Bentley. It came to mind to search the website for that name. Lo and behold, an article appeared from 2013 written by the editor in which he praised the Lakewood revival and said he attended it for several evenings. Some comments below the article were critical, but the editor insisted we need more manifestations of “God” like that.

I believe the Lord showed me the root of the problem. This person was infected by a Kundalini spirit at the Lakewood revival and is still today passing on its influence and confusion to the body of Christ.

We all should pray for discernment and that people under influence of this spirit would repent and be delivered.

One final thought: Just because an experience is supernatural doesn’t mean it’s from God. The devil has his counterfeits and they are coming into full bloom in these end times. Jesus said his sheep hear his voice. We can trust him to show us what is of him and what is not. Jesus said we will do greater works than him. But we must seek first his kingdom and his righteousness. If we are seeking supernatural experiences for their own sake, that’s a slippery slope into the world of the occult.

1 comment:

robin b said...

I found this article very helpful. Thanks. Robin B
You may also find the prophecy I received last night beneficial.