In June of 2014, my friend James Bynum and a small group of Christians stood outside a Benny Hinn show in San Jose, CA. James and the group were there to warn attendees not to subject themselves to the heretical and blasphemous teachings of Hinn. They were there to lovingly and truthfully proclaim the law and the gospel to all who would hear and listen.
I’ve known James and his lovely wife, Diane, for years. James is one of the kindest, gentlest, most loving, and sincere men I know. And he would be the first to object to the compliment I just paid him.
James preaches the authentic gospel. He loves the Lord and he loves the lost.
At the 45:20 mark in the below video, James is approached by a group of young people from the Bethel Redding cult. James’ interaction with the group speaks for itself.
Watch and listen closely. Would a Bible-believing, Jesus-glorifying, gospel-teaching church produce and encourage this kind of behavior and these kinds of beliefs in its people? The obvious answer is no.
See and hear for yourself. Again, forward the video to the 45:20 mark.
While what you just watched is an abomination out of Bethel Redding, it is no way an aberration out of Bethel Redding. This kind of behavior is commonplace among people who belong to the Bethel Redding cult, as well as people around the world influenced by the false and demonic teachings of Bethel Redding.
If you are reading this and you are either a member of Bethel Redding or are in any way influenced by the teachings of Bethel Redding, flee. Please, for the sake of your soul, come out of there.
Bethel Redding is not readying people for eternity. Bethel Redding is manipulating people into believing a false gospel, a false Jesus, and false spirits.
Are you ready to stand before God to give an account of your life? Are you sure?
Please watch this.