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“Verified” Lakeland Resurrection from the Dead was a Lie and Todd sold it as true

Posted by Job on July 21, 2008

 Submitted by ministry supporter.

“Verified” Lakeland Resurrection from the Dead was a Lie

Thanks to poster ’Arise My Love’ for pointing this video out here 

From 6.20 minutes onwards on the video explains how the Fresh Fires Ministries passed through their ‘audit’ process an email, and Todd Bentley read out this same email of an alleged raising from the dead, without even attempting to check out any of the facts, let alone verifying them.

Update 17th July: despite explictly being told the story was false, they haven’t retracted this story from their website or verbally.


3 Responses to ““Verified” Lakeland Resurrection from the Dead was a Lie and Todd sold it as true”

  1. Shirley said


  2. Chadwick said

    Could Todd Bentley be another Jim Jones? In the early stages of his ministry there are striking similarities between Bentley and Jones. In 1955, Jones was prayed for a Latter Rain Pentecostal Conference by O.L. Jaggers who pronounced that he had a very special prophetic calling on his life. Years later when he founded the People’s Temple, Jones used faith healing to draw the masses much in the same way Bentley has in Lakeland. It may be a little premature to say Bentley is treading the same course as Jones, but I think it is a possibility we must be aware of. After all no one ever thought Jones would go to the extent he did by getting 918 people to commit suicide through drinking kool-aid laced with cyanide. Bentley’s claims show that he is very dangerous spiritually as he has placed much emphasis on angels, third heaven experiences, and has claimed experiences where his spirit left his body which is known to New Agers as astral projection. Could Bentley be even more than just a spiritual danger? Could he be leading his followers down the same course that Jim Jones led the People’s Temple in 1978 to the greatest mass cult suicide in history? I am drawing the comparisons and revealing Bentley’s false teachings at

    Quenching Discernment

    Jim Jones and Todd Bentley

    Bentley’s Visions and Experiences

    Bentley’s Connections to the Prophetic Movement

    The Voice of Healing Movement

    The Latter Rain and Word of Faith Movements

    Holy Spirit Breakout or Pagan Invasion

  3. momo said

    i am at loss for understanding to see how this attempt to expose a “lier” benefits the church. i would understand if he was actually lieing. but this video only tries to give evidence that he COULD be lieing. it’s videos like this that cause fractures in the unity of the church. Calling someone out publicly with undertones of cynicism and ridicule has the same motives that fuel the fire of religion and false humility. good job, whoever thought it was a good idea to try and “protect” people from the possible lies of a man trying to give God glory for doing crazy things. People are not stupid, sometimes they’re ignorant, but they know when the Spirit of God is trying to speak to them, and God will use the good and the bad, to reach peoples hearts. although, maybe i misread the intentions of this video, and what the person was trying to communicate? I’m ok with being wrong, so just fill me in on whatever it is i missed. but if you ask me, this negative outlook on what could be something amazing is just as lame as if it were all a lie. Negativity is not a fruit of the spirit. Discernment of the spirits is.

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