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Welcome to another installment of Fighting for the Faith. My name is Chris Rosebro. I am your servant in Jesus Christ.
This is the channel that compares what people are saying in the name of God to the Word of God. So, a month or so, it was a month ago, a little more than a month ago, we did a really long episode of Fighting for the
Faith, our longest that we've ever put out, as a rebuttal to the Remnant Radio guys. I can legitimately say, looking at my production schedule,
I have more critiques of Remnant Radio slated for the days, weeks, months ahead for Fighting for the
Faith, and I believe that this is a necessary thing to do. It's not that I'm picking on them. Instead, I think that they are extremely dangerous people.
And the reason why I think they are extremely dangerous people is because of their stubborn refusal to properly apply the biblical test to people coming to us in the name of God or in the name of the
Holy Spirit, who are clearly false prophets, false teachers, and who are trafficking in and manifesting false manifestations of a thing called
Holy Spirit that isn't really the Holy Spirit, it's a false spirit altogether. And case in point, if you went into the archives of Remnant Radio on their
YouTube channel now, you will find that 15 videos are missing. 15.
And what happened to them? Well, I don't know. Remnant Radio hasn't explained why they pulled them down.
15 videos with Sam Storms talking about the history of IHOP in Kansas City, and Bob Jones and the
Kansas City Prophets and Mike Bickle, and all of these, they're kind of like ghost stories, if you would, that they claim, oh, this was all the
Holy Spirit acting to kind of prop up Mike Bickle and the International House of Prayer as this was truly, truly a move of God in a special place where God was pouring out
His Spirit for healing and prophecy and signs and wonders and things like this. And now we know that that's not the case.
In fact, we know that for decades, Mike Bickle had engaged in inappropriate sexual predatory behavior, at least that's the allegations, of multiple women from the
International House of Prayer. And on top of it, he claimed that God the
Holy Spirit told him to tell these women that he was doing these things with, that his wife
Diana was going to die and that he was going to marry this woman or these women and things like this. There's a consistent pattern, that's prophetic abuse, prophetic sexual abuse,
I'm not sure what the right term is there. And so, here's the thing, those 15 episodes were absolutely horrible because they were propping
Mike Bickle up, and in them, Sam Storms was claiming the impeccable godly character of Mike Bickle and what a man of God he is.
And then taking us through all of these little ghost stories, you know, there was apparently a prophecy regarding a thunderstorm and a heat wave and a drought and a comet and stuff like this.
That all proves that this was God talking. Well, if God was really talking at all of this, why did the
Remnant Radio guys take it down? Because what was interesting is that in their commentary in these videos regarding Bob Jones, the prophet
Bob Jones, they recognized that Bob had a significant moral failing. What was
Bob Jones' moral failing? They didn't explain that to anybody in these 15 videos, but Bob Jones would have women come into his office to receive a prophetic word from the
Lord, and he would have them undress and take off all their clothes to receive this word from God, these words from God.
And that's what he was doing, and he got caught doing it. That being said, one of the things that was said in these 15 videos, which are now gone – by the way,
I have all of them – is that they basically, Sam Storms said, well, at the time that Bob Jones gave these prophecies regarding the founding of IHOP and related it to Mike Bickle, he hadn't engaged in that behavior that required him to be disciplined.
Well, here's the thing. Mike Bickle was engaging in those things, and engaging in them for decades.
And the thing is, is that if you had applied true biblical discernment, comparing what
Bickle was saying in the name of God to the Word of God, you would have been able to identify him for the false prophet and the predator that he is.
But these men, all because they have to protect the integrity of their continuationist theology, which by the way, the earliest
Pentecostals were not continuationists. They legitimately were all cessationists. Again, read
Frank Bartleman's eyewitness account of Azusa Street, and you'll see what I'm saying.
Especially chapter 6. In fact, Bartleman explains why the Holy Spirit wasn't acting from basically the time of the 3rd or 4th century until the
Azusa Street revival and the Pentecostal revivals of Azusa Street and Parham and those guys.
Yeah, there's a whole narrative in there. And that was that the Holy Spirit left the Church. The original Pentecostals were all cessationists.
Kind of an interesting thing there. But I don't believe that the Holy Spirit ever stopped working in the
Church. The Holy Spirit's been working through all the centuries of Christianity. The Holy Spirit never left the
Church. And so that's kind of an interesting thing altogether, but I'm off topic. But what
Remnant Radio does, despite any good that they could potentially do, and they've had some good guests on, they've had some good theological topics.
I loved the interview they did with Chad Bird, and I found the recent interview they did regarding the
Septuagint to be fascinating, a very interesting interview. But any good that they potentially can be doing is legitimately nullified and cancelled by their stubborn refusal to call a false prophet a false prophet and their continual promotion of people who are obvious charlatans and hucksters.
And their refusal to call the charlatans and hucksters false teachers and false prophets and do what
Scripture says, and that is to mark and avoid them. Instead, these people say, well, you know, they're well -meaning
Christians. They're misguided and things like that, when in fact they aren't. Case in point is the topic of our episode today.
In fact, let me switch over to the desktop and pull up my web browser.
This was an episode from a month ago where they are singing the praises of Heidi Baker. They had
Heidi Baker on for about an hour on their program, talking about her mission work in Mozambique and how she helps the poor and all this kind of stuff, and just letting her tell all of her stories without any factual evidence to back some of these claims up, while claiming that, oh, her miracles have been proven by an independent third -party group.
We'll address that in a minute. And then at the very end, taking a swipe at the people who have been rightly warning the body of Christ about Heidi and Roland Baker and the false
Holy Spirit that those two traffic in. And we'll demonstrate this. And they didn't even address any of the real issues, just accused the people who've been warning the body of Christ about Heidi Baker, men like me, of engaging in slandering her and things like this.
And then this is just ridiculous. So, we'll show you what Heidi Baker is all about.
If you've never seen Heidi Baker in action, all I can say is you might want to get some safety equipment before you watch the videos that we'll provide here for you, because this is just Looney Tunes stuff.
This is not the Holy Spirit that this woman trafficked in. It's a false Holy Spirit altogether. Her pneumatology is actually heretical.
It's not just an error. It's a different Holy Spirit altogether. And the fact that Michael Roundtree and Joshua Lewis and Mr.
Miller are incapable of identifying Heidi Baker for the legitimate, dangerous, false sister that she is, is just mind -boggling.
It shows that there's something seriously wonky in their theology. And their inability to identify
Mike Bickle as a false teacher until all of these allegations started coming forward regarding his abuse, again, speaks to the big gaping holes, the blind spots in their theology.
And it's not that the Bible has blind spots. It's that they refuse to apply the actual biblical test through these people.
And as a result of it, these are willful blind spots on their parts. When it comes to wrongly identifying people as sound and solid people we can promote and call brother and sister in Christ rather than calling them to repentance.
Again, there is something really, really off with the theology of Remnant Radio. All their claims that they're doing this stuff while they have a complete inability to recognize the real charlatans in the church shows you that their theology is seriously lacking.
So, let's take a listen to Michael Roundtree. And this is near the end of their interview with Heidi Baker.
And we'll see what he has to say and we'll interact with it. And I just want to say, to those who are watching or listening out there, when you hear
Heidi Baker, and Heidi, you alluded to people who slander you on the internet. I heard about it.
You know, it happens sometimes. But like, I guess the verse I'm thinking about, it comes from Matthew chapter 11.
This will be a little bit of a closing thought because I want to respect your time, Heidi. But, and we'll also give you a chance to share a closing thought too.
So, Heidi Baker is a victim of slander. Gasp. I've never slandered
Heidi Baker. I've always proven from the receipts, this woman is not trafficking in the real Holy Spirit.
Well, we'll show that in a minute. But I think mine would be this, is you quoted that, you know, the crippled will walk, the blind will see, the deaf will hear, the poor will have good news preached to them.
It comes from Matthew chapter 11, Jesus quoting those words to John the Baptist, which is a compilation of Old Testament promises about the
Messiah and his ministry. But then as you zoom down toward the end of the passage, Jesus is being criticized and grumbled at and all this.
And you know, the internet trolls are out for Jesus. And internet trolls.
So, I'm the one being slandered here, by the way, not Heidi Baker. I'll demonstrate that in a minute. And he says, listen,
John the Baptist comes, you say he has a demon. I come, you call me a drunkard and a glutton. Essentially, people with this religious, critical spirit despise the
Holy Spirit, no matter what package he comes in, whether it's the austere ministry of John the Baptist or the very different ministries.
Like the party animal Jesus, who's a drunkard and a glutton. Like, just no matter how... Did you just call
Jesus a party animal? Jesus was not.
And the point that Jesus was making is that although John the Baptist did not drink alcohol,
Jesus did. But Jesus was never a drunkard or a glutton, ever. He wasn't a party animal.
If so, then he was sinful. And that means that he's not your savior in mind. He is in need of a savior.
So, again, watch the logic here. Oh, yeah, the trolls were out, you know, to hate on Jesus and to slander him.
And they're doing the same with Heidi Baker. God comes and visits you. You despise the package, no matter what.
But then he finishes by saying wisdom is justified by your children. In other words, the spirit expresses himself in many different ways.
And sometimes... No, that text does not say the spirit expresses himself in many different ways. You just read that into the text.
That's a form of Bible twisting called eisegesis. Because it's going to look like Heidi Baker's ministry.
And sometimes it's going to look like Sam Storm's ministry. And sometimes... No, the
Holy Spirit would never look like Heidi Baker's ministry. Let's do a little bit of a walkthrough, shall we? Again, I have been covering
Heidi Baker for more than a decade, decade and a half. And in all of the things
I've covered regarding her and the criticism I've offered, it's because this woman is not manifesting the biblical
Holy Spirit, but a false spirit altogether. Case in point, let's head over to this
Bethel moment. And this was compiled by a website called Is Not Satire.
And let's just take a look at this Bethel moment, shall we?
And I see a very strange vision right now where I see crowns within crowns within crowns within crowns within crowns within crowns.
And as soon as you take the crown off and place it on the child, I see like a pyramid of crowns upon the child's head.
And they take the largest one off and place it on another. And there's another one there. This is
Bethel. I see this. I feel like there's this. It's like a mountain of provision of anointing.
The more you give away. Grab a prophecy bingo card. This is a prophecy that she's giving. The more you will receive, says the
Lord. So right now, I'm sensing.
Now note that it says in a minute, this kid is going to have a demonic spirit imparted to him. And I think the person who put this video together is not wrong.
Let's keep going. I'm sensing really strongly. It's going to sound a little odd, but too late.
I want you to just take in the spirit realm that crown that's on your head and just place it upon someone else.
They're going to just get wrecked all over the room. Okay, don't don't do it. Don't do it like it doesn't matter.
So note the people in the audience there at Bethel, they're taking crowns, visible crowns off their heads and placing them on other people.
Do it in the most impartation. God did not tell them to do this. This is not the
Holy Spirit speaking. Most impartation that you've ever believed for right now. You're going to impart to each other.
So you're going to take it. You're going to put it on somebody else's head and watch and then say more
Lord. More Lord. Now watch what happens to the kid that she's holding his head.
Everybody place, place that anointing, that crown, that gift upon someone else's head.
Keep praying. Every single one of you impartation, legacy, legacy, legacy, legacy, legacy, legacy, legacy, legacy.
Increase your glory. Fire. So she just called down fire on that fellow.
And the bald guy right there in front of her. That's Roland Baker. There's fire placing on their heads.
Find somebody. I think he's got it. Shake a baba.
Shake a baba. That ain't tongues. That's just nonsense. That's gibberish. Now watch this guy flopping around on the floor, writhing in pain.
Fire. Legacy, legacy. That ain't the
Holy Spirit. That's a demonic manifestation. The greatest thing you've ever seen in your life.
Prophesy over them 10 times. Start to prophesy over more Lord. While he's in pain after she called down fire on this fellow, he's just writhing.
And now she's asking for more. I mean, the guy legitimately looks like he's being tormented.
Whatever. Yeah. So that's not the
Holy Spirit. Okay, let me show you. The only time we see in the scriptures anything described like what you just saw is when a demon manifests.
So in Mark chapter 9, when Jesus comes down from the Mount of Transfiguration, says when they came to the disciples, they saw a great crowd around them and the scribes arguing with them.
And immediately all the crowd, when they saw Jesus, they were greatly amazed and ran up to him and greeted him. And he asked them, oh, what are you arguing about with them?
And someone from the crowd answered him, teacher, I brought my son to you for he has a spirit that makes him mute.
And whenever it seizes him, it throws him down and he foams and grinds his teeth and becomes rigid.
So I asked your disciples to cast it out and they were not able. He answered them, oh, faithless generation, how long am
I to be with you? How long am I to bear with you? Bring him to me. And they brought the boy to him.
And when the spirit saw him immediately, it convulsed the boy and he fell on the ground and rolled about foaming at the mouth.
That sounds exactly like what we just witnessed. This is a demon manifesting.
And Jesus asked his father, how long has this been happening to him? He said, from childhood, it's often cast him into the fire and into water to destroy him.
But if you can do anything, have compassion on us and help us. And Jesus said to him, if you can, all things are possible for the one who believes.
And immediately the father of the child cried out and said, I believe, help my unbelief. And when Jesus saw that a crowd came running together, he rebuked the unclean spirit, saying to it, you mutant spirit,
I command you to come out of him and never to enter him again. Let's take a look at more of Heidi Baker.
Actually, let's take a look at her husband, by the way. We mentioned Roland. Let's take a look, a little bit of a gander at what kind of spirit
Roland Baker traffics in, shall we? There's no escape.
Now that's him, the bald guy in the center with the peach colored shirt. Resistance is futile.
Danger not in the house. What are you going to do? You don't look like you're in control yet.
One of the fruit of the spirit is self -control. Yeah. The fruit of the spirit, love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, gentleness, goodness, self -control.
Do you need prayer? I like to do all the calls first.
It's so much easier than preaching. You don't have to think. Some of you are waiting for something significant to happen.
So I don't care how many churches Heidi and Roland Baker have planted in Mozambique, the
Holy Spirit that is being worshipped and brought into those churches ain't the
Holy Spirit. And Heidi Baker, known for her drunken shenanigans. Let's take a look. Oh, these aren't isolated incidences.
This is what this woman is known for. Whoa, okay.
That isn't the Holy Spirit manifesting. That's a demonic spirit. Toast him back there.
I've watched this and I'm like, why don't they get someone else to stop him or something? And they just don't.
That's why God keeps showing up here. That ain't God. It's because they don't, even no matter what it looks like.
I mean, this looks weird. If it was me watching, I'd be like, that's weird. Oh, it's weird.
But that ain't God, the Holy Spirit. And then what about this prophecy that was given at Bethel?
Watch this. There's a call of an eagle.
There's an eagle cry. There's an eagle cry. And he's calling, he's calling, he's calling, he's calling.
I see it again. He's calling. He's calling you up, up, up, up, up, up, up. He's calling you up, up, up, up, up above the storm.
He's calling you up, up, up, up, up above the clouds. He's calling you up, up, up, up.
And God himself wants to give you eagle eyes. He wants to change the way you look at things.
And he gave me this prophetic word. This woman's a false prophet.
That's not a message from God, the Holy Spirit. For America. And I hear it even now over this school.
How? And I hear him. Yeah, this is a prophecy over Hogwarts, Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry.
Say, your destiny is not to be a chicken. Your destiny is to be an eagle.
And I want to call you up. I want to call you up to higher ground where you can see above the dust, above the storm, above the swirl.
And I want to call you to see where I'm moving on the earth, says the Lord. And I want to call you. Notice, this is a says the
Lord prophecy. God didn't say any of these words. To have wings that soar. You're not called to be a chicken that hops around with a little flight once in a while.
You're called to soar. You're called to soar on the wings of my spirit. You're called to rise up on eagle's wings, to run and not be weary, to walk and not faint.
And I want to take your eyes and I want to lift them up, says the Lord. And I want to give you the kind of vision that an eagle has.
And I want to give you power over serpents, says the Lord. You'll be able to dive down like an eagle. And if you would understand how an eagle flies,
I'm going to call you to be able to be snake killers. You're going to be able to go straight down, grab the serpent, go straight up.
And you'll fly so high that you'll suffocate the enemy. Because in the heights, in the. Is that how snakes die when they're snatched up by eagles?
The eagles fly so high that the that the snakes suffocate. The heights of my spirit.
The enemy has no power, no breath, no air. And I want to take you to higher ground, says the Lord. I want to take you to.
I would note that if eagles flew to the point where there was no oxygen enough to suffocate a snake, they would have no air to fly.
You know, their wings would have no lift and the eagles themselves would suffocate. I believe that this
Holy Spirit is quite mistaken in how eagles kill snakes, which proves that this is not the
Holy Spirit. This woman is given a thus sayeth the Lord prophecy. And clearly the Lord hasn't thus sayeth.
This is this is just nonsense. And this is what this woman traffics in. This is a false
Holy Spirit altogether. So so let me kind of give you a little bit of a heads up here.
Paul, in condemning the church at Corinth for putting up with the so -called super apostles, which were not apostles at all, watch his condemnation of the church of Corinth.
If someone comes and proclaims to you another Jesus, then the one you proclaimed, nor if you received a different spirit from the one you received, if you accept a different gospel from the one you accepted, you put up with it readily enough.
And he's not giving him a pat on the back saying, oh, how good of you. It's about time you learn how ecumenism works.
No, he's saying that the super apostles traffic in a different gospel and a different spirit.
This is not the Holy Spirit. Heidi Baker's heresies are pneumatological.
The Holy Spirit that she believes in, that she worships and gives messages from, is known as Holy Spirit, not the
Holy Spirit. It's known as Holy Spirit. And I think it's spelled in such a way that it's full of holes like Swiss cheese.
But Holy Spirit, that spirit, that's a false Holy Spirit altogether. It's a different deity, a false god.
She's trafficking in idolatry because the spirit that she's bringing is not the real
Holy Spirit. Paul then goes on to describe what happens to these people.
And he says such people are false apostles. They're deceitful workmen, disguising themselves as apostles of Christ.
And no wonder even Satan disguises himself as an angel of light. So it's no surprise if his servants also disguise themselves as servants of righteousness.
Their end will correspond to their deeds. So you can see what's going on here. And that is that Heidi Baker, the
Holy Spirit she's trafficking in, that ain't the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit never manifests in that way.
In fact, when Christ sends the Holy Spirit, the Holy Spirit has particular things that Christ says that the
Holy Spirit will do. Let's just take a look at a couple of texts in the Gospel of John. Christ says, if you love me, you will keep my commandments.
I mean, that means to guard, to reo, by the way. And I will ask the Father and he will give you another helper, a paraclete, to be with you forever.
Even the spirit of truth whom the world cannot receive because it neither sees him nor knows him. You know him for he dwells with you and will be in you.
And so I will not leave you as orphans. I will come to you, let a little while, and you'll see me no more.
But you will see me because I live, you will also live. So then note what he's saying here is that he's going to send the
Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is going to have things to do. These things I've spoken to you while I'm still with you. But the helper, the
Holy Spirit whom the Father will send in my name, he will teach you all things and bring to remembrance all that I said to you.
So for the apostles of Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit is going to give them a miraculous recall of Jesus's teaching and deeds so that they can be recorded for us in the
New Testament. And so that we can hear the words of Christ and so that we can believe and trust in him.
John says these things are written so that you might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing you might have life in his name.
And then let's see here. I think it's 16 where I need to go. Yeah, here we go. So Jesus then continues in John 16.
He says that, and when he, the Holy Spirit comes, he will convict the world concerning sin and righteousness and judgment, concerning sin because they do not believe in me, concerning righteousness because I go to the
Father, you will see me no longer, concerning judgment because the ruler of this world is judged. Note here that Jesus doesn't say that when the
Holy Spirit comes, he's going to cause you to stumble around drunkenly and the
Holy Spirit's going to cause you to writhe in pain like you're manifesting a demon.
He's going to cause you to just completely bliss out and not be able to control your body and weird things like this.
Nowhere in Scripture does it talk about that at all. The Holy Spirit convicts the world of sin and unbelief. The Holy Spirit indwells the believer, is our helper.
You'll note that the Holy Spirit prays for us even when we do not know how to pray for ourselves with groanings that we don't even understand.
So, this is the true work of the Holy Spirit. I love the Holy Spirit. There isn't a day that goes by as a
Christian that I could survive without the help of the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is a daily part of my
Christian walk and has been the entire time I've been a Christian. But that, what we see manifesting from Heidi Baker, that isn't the
Holy Spirit. That's a different spirit altogether. And Paul's rebuke to the church at Corinth applies to the guys at Remnant Radio.
So, Heidi Baker comes to them and other men have been coming to Remnant Radio, bringing them a different spirit, a different Jesus, and a different gospel.
And they put up, not only do they put up with them, they flat out endorse them because of, you know, continuationism.
You know, we got to make sure that we don't quench the spirit. You're going to quench the spirit when you refuse to actually apply the tests of Scripture for those people who are coming to you in the name of Christ, and they're not bringing you a true
Holy Spirit. And it's obvious if you just open up your Bible and compare what they are saying.
John, in 2 John, says, Many deceivers have gone out into the world, those who do not confess the coming of Jesus Christ in the flesh.
Such a one is a deceiver. Watch yourself, so that you may not lose what we've worked for, but may win a full reward.
Everyone who goes on ahead and doesn't abide in the teaching of Christ does not have God. Whoever abides in the teaching has both the
Father and the Son. So, if anyone comes to you and does not bring this teaching, don't receive him into your house.
And churches met in houses at that time. They couldn't meet in public. Or give him any greeting, for whoever greets him takes part in his wicked works.
And I would note that that's exactly what Remnant Radio has been doing.
They have been taking part in the wicked works of blatant false teachers, false prophets, and having them on, treating them as if they're legitimate and giving them credibility.
They've been participating in their wicked works, rather than rebuking them and calling to repentance for their blasphemies and for the deceitfulness of the false
Holy Spirit that they're trafficking in. So, you kind of get the idea. This is part of the reason why
I'm a little hot under the collar in this episode. But let's continue with Michael Roundtree here.
It's going to look like this or that. It's going to have a lot of different expressions. In fact, let me just back this up so you can hear it again in context, okay?
Watch what he's basically trying to do. He's basically saying, well, when the Holy Spirit shows up, sometimes it's going to look like Heidi Baker, rolling around on the ground and causing people to writhe like they're manifesting a demon.
No, it never will be that. A very different ministry. It's like the party animal Jesus, who's a drunkard and a glutton.
Like, just no matter how God comes and visits. Jesus was never a drunkard and a glutton. He was accused of being that, but he wasn't.
He was not a party animal either. That you despise the package no matter what. But then he finishes by saying, wisdom is justified by your children.
In other words, the Spirit expresses himself in many different ways. And sometimes it's going to look like Heidi Baker's ministry.
And sometimes it's... No, the Holy Spirit will never look like Heidi Baker's ministry. Ever. Ever. Going to look like Sam Storm's ministry.
And sometimes it's going to look like this or that. It's going to have a lot of different expressions. But wisdom is justified by our children. In other words, look at the fruit.
And I just want to say... David We just looked at the fruit. This is fruit. This is fruit.
This drunken slovenliness of hers, that's fruit. Her false prophecy at BSSM is fruit.
That's part of it. You can't sit there and say, well, she cares for orphans in Mozambique.
That's fruit. I would note that Islam... One of the five pillars of Islam is giving alms to the poor.
Are we to somehow say that that means that Islam is on the same level and is equally true as Christianity and is an expression of the
Holy Spirit? Of course not. Okay? So you'll note this then comes under a different category of a test of a prophet.
Deuteronomy 13 says this, If a prophet or a dreamer of dreams arises among you and gives a sign or a wonder, and the sign or the wonder he tells you comes to pass.
And if he says, let us go after other gods, which you have not known and let us serve them, you shall not listen to the words of that prophet or that dreamer of dreams.
For Yahweh your God is testing you to know whether you love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul. You shall walk after Yahweh your
God and fear him and keep his commandments and obey his voice. That's right. Heidi Baker doesn't bring us
God's voice. And so you sit there and go, well, there's documented proof that, you know, she helped that God used her to give hearing to the deaf in Mozambique.
It's been recorded by people who are doctors and they've proven that, uh, and that God performed a miracle here.
No, you just, you just documented a miracle. You haven't actually documented that God is the one who performed it.
And the reason why I say that is because God tells us that there will be false prophets who will be able to perform great signs and wonders.
And so Heidi Baker, if you would just open your eyes and compare the
Holy Spirit she's talking about and the Holy Spirit she's manifesting to the Holy Spirit found in the scripture, you would recognize that that Holy Spirit that she worships and brings is a different Holy Spirit altogether.
And it is legitimately a different God. No, there's just no two ways about it.
And, you know, this is the reason why I've been warning the church about Heidi Baker for years, and I have never slandered her in pointing out all the wicked, evil, bizarre stuff that she's engaged in and saying, that's not biblical.
It contradicts the scripture and that's not the Holy Spirit. So Michael Roundtree here is basically avoiding having to discuss all of this stuff.
And instead it's just, well, she helps the poor in Mozambique and apparently she's performed miracles to give hearing to the deaf in Mozambique.
Okay, yeah, well, we learned from TB Joshua that, yeah, proof regarding miracles oftentimes doesn't turn out to be true proof because they were just legitimately making up stuff there down in Nigeria.
But even if it could be proven, I mean, 100 % proven that, you know, that some kind of miraculous sign has occurred with Heidi Baker, that doesn't mean
God the Holy Spirit is the one behind it because Deuteronomy 13 makes it clear that false prophets would be able to perform signs and wonders.
In fact, Jesus Himself says the same in Matthew 24. Let me show you. In Matthew 24,
Matthew 24 in the Olivet Discourse, Jesus warning us about the end times says, for false
Christ and false prophets will arise and perform great signs and wonders so as to lead astray if possible even the elect.
See, I've told you beforehand. So, just pointing to a sign or wonder does not prove that somebody's true.
And Michael Roundtree should know better because the question is, is the Holy Spirit that Heidi Baker is bringing the real biblical
Holy Spirit? The answer is no. All the tests fall short dramatically on all kinds of fronts and all kinds of passages.
To the critics of Heidi out there, like, oh, she's a woman preacher, oh, look at these charismatic excesses or whatever it is,
I just want to say wisdom is justified by her children, look at the fruit. No, so he's, by the way, let me replay this, okay?
Because he's addressing me here, so I'll respond. But I want you to hear it again and watch how he's taking an actual biblical test and just brushing it aside.
But we'll take a look at what the words say. Sometimes it's going to look like this or that. It's going to have a lot of different expressions, but wisdom is justified by her children.
In other words, look at the fruit. And I just want to say to the critics of Heidi out there, like, oh, she's a woman preacher, oh, look at these charismatic excesses.
She's a woman preacher and look at these charismatic excesses. Okay, we'll talk about the woman preacher one in a minute.
We've already looked at the excesses. And by the way, I chose to show just a few videos.
The videos that I have collected over the years, I think it's more like 37 videos that I have in my database that I could easily go to to show you what a complete wingnut this lady is.
But so let me again, listen to that. It's going to have a lot of different expressions, but wisdom is justified by her children.
In other words, look at the fruit. And I just want to say to the critics of Heidi out there, like, oh, she's a woman preacher.
Oh, look at these charismatic excesses or whatever it is. I just want to say wisdom is justified by her children. Look at the fruit.
Yeah, we've been looking at fruit. And what's really fascinating to me, Roundtree, is that you are disobeying a command of the
Lord. And let me explain. In 1 Corinthians chapter 14, 1
Corinthians chapter 14, starting at verse 33, Paul writes under the inspiration of the
Holy Spirit, as in all the churches of the saints, how many of them?
Well, it says pas here in Greek. That's all of them. As in all the churches of the saints, the women should keep silent in the churches, for they are not permitted to speak, but should be in submission, as the law also says.
If there's anything they desire to learn, let them ask their husbands at home. It's shameful for a woman to speak in church.
Or was it from you? Note here, conjunction, junction. There's a conjunction here. Or was it from you that the word of God came?
Or are you the only ones it has reached? If anyone thinks he is a prophet or spiritual, he should acknowledge that the things
I am writing to you are a command of the Lord. Have you all forgotten that the Apostle Paul is an actual apostle of Jesus Christ, and as such, he can give commands from Jesus Christ?
And the command that women are to remain silent in the churches is not a command of the Apostle Paul, it's a command of Jesus.
And so, he reminds them that that's a command of Jesus. If anyone thinks he's a prophet or spiritual, he needs to acknowledge that the things
I am writing to you are a command of the Lord. If anyone does not recognize this, he is not recognized.
Yeah. So, in fact, let me do this. Hang on a second here. I'm going to do something I don't normally do, and I am going to, we're going to go to PirateChristian .com,
and I'm going to show you where this is. In my captain's log, there is a article that I wrote back in November of, actually,
I wrote it in October of 2023, and the name of it is called The Paul Side Gambit, How a Proper Understanding of Apostolic Authority Defeats Women's Ordination.
And so, I, in this, take a lot of time explaining the authority that the apostles of Jesus Christ had,
Paul being one of them, and show that this command, that women are to remain silent in the churches, is not because Paul was the original member of the
He -Man Woman Haters Club. Instead, Paul, as an apostle of Jesus Christ, can actually give commands of the
Lord. And what we, and so, we'll put a link to this down below if you want to see the kind of the extended argument of how this works.
And so, you know, that'll be down in the description. But again, note, if anyone thinks he's a prophet or thinks he's, that he should, or spiritual, he should acknowledge that the things
I am writing to you are a command of the Lord. The fact that women are to remain silent, that's a command from Jesus Christ.
And if anyone doesn't recognize this, he is not recognized. So, Roundtree really is falling short all around, if you would, and this argument of just brushing aside the command of Christ and saying, well, you know, the new critics out there, he says, you know, it's rude.
And I just want to say to the critics of Heidi out there, like, oh, she's a woman preacher. Oh, look at these charismatic excesses, or whatever it is.
I just want to say wisdom is justified by our children. Look at the fruit. Pete Yeah, that's what we did.
And we're looking at yours, too, Roundtree, and your fruit is rotten. I can't acknowledge you, because you are defying an actual command of Jesus Christ and saying it's no big deal that Heidi Baker is a preacher in Christ's church.
Pete Look at the poor who are being fed. Look at the orphans. Pete Yeah, the poor being fed. Good on them. The poor being fed in Mormonism, too.
The poor being fed in Islam as well. So, that doesn't prove anything.
Pete Orphans who now have homes. Look at the churches that are now planted. Look at the… Pete Yeah, if the churches are anything like what we saw
Roland and Heidi Baker engaging in at Bethel, these are not churches of Jesus Christ, and that's not the
Holy Spirit manifesting in those churches. Pete Deaf ears and blind eyes that are open, and you say, well, I haven't seen those. Pete Yeah, well,
Deuteronomy 13 makes it clear, and also Matthew 24 makes it clear that false prophets would be able to perform great signs and wonders.
That doesn't prove that she's truly manifesting the Holy Spirit. In fact, just a casual, obvious look at what the
Scripture says, you'd be able to see her for what she is. Roland Well, there's research about it. You can go and look it up.
The Global Medical Research Institute went out and actually did the scientific research and validated it. Or go to Mozambique for yourself.
But my point is… Pete I don't have to go to Mozambique. I've been covering Heidi Baker and her appearances around the globe for more than a decade, and all of the evidence shows that this is a woman who does not manifest
God the Holy Spirit, but a different Holy Spirit altogether. And the videos
I've given, that's just a sampling of the evidence that I have. Sampling of it.
There's nothing sound in this woman. In fact, I would note that, we'll let this roll out a little bit here, because the folks at Remnant Radio decided they were going to let
Heidi Baker teach false doctrine in the name of Jesus. In order to defend herself.
I'll explain. Here we go. Roland Look at the fruit. And Heidi, we're super blessed to just hear the stories of the fruit of the
Gospel in your life, and thankful for the way that God is… Pete That's what they are, stories. Roland …is using you. So that's my closing thoughts.
It would be to anyone that would be critical, would be just look at the fruit, and we're thankful for the fruit in your life. So Heidi, what about you?
What would be just a closing thought that you would like people to walk away with to sort of capture the message that you've been trying to share today?
Heidi I'd like to just end with, look at the beautiful body of Christ. That we can do nothing without Jesus.
Remember that. And remember the beautiful body of Christ. That I'll end with a story.
Pete So she's going to end with a story. And the punchline is going to be aimed at anyone who would be critical against her. Watch this.
Heidi Today we were in our church, and we were having testimony time. We had these two mamas coming up, and one of them…it's a good story.
It's such a good story. It really taught me about so many things. This one lady comes up… Pete So this story taught you something about many things as it relates to the body of Christ and how we're to behave towards false teachers?
Heidi She's all tattoos from her culture in northern Mozambique. She had old tattoos on her face, and she's up there, and she said, well,
I was going to eat my family. And the next…I was one of the interpreters, because at that time we had some visitors there.
So I had to interpret into one of the languages. I think it was my turn was into English. I can't remember. But I think it was into English.
So she's like, yeah, I was going to eat my family. The next guy said, yeah, I was going to eat my family.
Now I'm supposed to say, yeah, I'm going to eat my family. And then I'm looking back at the second interpreter like, wait a minute, did
I get that wrong? She was going to do what? Eat my family. And she says it again.
I'm going to eat my family, eat my family, eat my family. Then she said, I came into this church, and first time she came into the church, and she said,
I just got hugged, and I just felt love. She doesn't even know all of the full, all of it.
She doesn't understand it all theologically. I felt loved. She says something about Jesus. And then, so that's translated again, translated.
I'm third person. I'm just like, and then she just said, so now I'm not going to eat my family.
So now I'm not going to eat my family. So now I'm not going to eat my family. And I was like, whoa, come back.
Because she's trying to leave. I'm like, come back. We'll have a prayer team pray for her. And it turned out she had really, this is something, and by the way,
Al -Shabaab does stuff like this. And they are orphans, and they need to know Jesus. And they are not adopted until they receive
Jesus. We know that. But they are the lost children that he wants to come home. So I want to make that clear, too.
They are the lost children that father wants home. But this lady, and someone's got to go get them and reach them and love them.
But this lady, this lady is like, she had planned to eat her family because the witch doctors told her to eat her family.
So what is the application of this story? Wait till you hear it. Eyes would give her eyes.
The heart would give her heart. Whatever she needed, she could divide the body parts out. But when
Jesus came in her heart, she knew immediately, I'm not supposed to eat my family. And I feel like ending this little time, my little ending thoughts is, for all of you out there listening, don't eat your family.
Don't eat your family. Don't be critical of Heidi Baker. That's like engaging in Christian cannibalism.
Says no biblical text ever. Isn't it interesting? She's got a theological word from God based upon a story about a woman who was going to eat her family and then decided not to eat her family.
And so this then applies to us this way. It's time to stop eating your family. If a little mama could understand that, just barely meeting
Jesus, then maybe as his body of Christ, some of you studied, some of you educated in different fields.
I think the Lord wants to really strong. Now the
Lord wants you to do this. Watch how she moved from, I think we should stop eating our family too.
Now the Lord doesn't want you to eat your family. Encourage you all to stop eating your family. Right.
So the Lord wants you to stop eating your family. That's weird because 1
John 4, 1. 1 John 4, 1 says, don't believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God.
For many false prophets have gone out into the world. And she doesn't pass the test.
And so what's her defense? Well, the Lord would have you know that you've got to stop eating your family.
In other words, those of you who are educated, notice she pointed out the educated. Those of you who are educated in the scriptures, stop eating your family.
You stop pointing out that I don't pass the biblical test. Stop pointing out that Heidi Baker is trafficking in a false
Holy Spirit. That's eating your family. So I would note that that little bit at the end, that's flat out blasphemy.
Putting these words in the mouth of God when God, the Holy Spirit commands us to test. And since she doesn't pass the biblical test, we are to mark and avoid and warn about her.
But she claims the Lord is telling us to stop eating our family. And you know who's participated in this wicked doctrine?
It's that's the Remnant Radio guys. This is why they are so dangerous, because like Michael Brown before them, they are lending credibility to false teachers.
And then when things blow up in their face, rather than apologize, like, you know, with the 15 videos they put out regarding the
Kansas City prophets, they didn't apologize at all for that. They just quietly took them down.
Again, many deceivers have gone out in the world. Those who do not confess Christ coming in the flesh, such a one as a deceiver in the
Antichrist. So watch yourselves so that you may not lose what we have worked for, but may win a full reward.
Everyone who goes on ahead and does not abide in the teaching of Christ does not have God. Whoever abides in the teaching has both the father and the son.
If anyone comes to you and does not bring this teaching, do not receive him into your house or give him any greeting for whoever greets him takes part in his wicked works.
Remnant Radio has now officially taken part in the wicked works of a false prophet who traffics in a false
Holy Spirit, Heidi Baker. And I will not back off of it. They need to repent. They need to repent and apologize for promoting this woman and her wackerdoodle -ism.
But they won't, because they really legitimately believe that God can manifest in these goofy nonsensical ways and cause people to writhe around in pain, which is actually a manifestation of the
Holy Spirit. Not the Holy Spirit, demonic spirit. And you get the idea. So hopefully you found this helpful.
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