Little Girl Blasphemes God, Calls Down the Rain
If you’ve never heard of Rodney Howard Browne, that’s probably a good thing. His church, in Tampa, FL, is a New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) charismatic church that regularly blasphemes the Holy Spirit. Recently, at Browne’s church, a little girl that appears to be about 12 years old took the stage to “preach” to the congregation. During the seven minute video, this girl repeatedly tells her audience to “be a funnel,” and to hold their hands up in the air, because they can’t receive the water unless your “funnel is open.”
There is no mention at all of Jesus Christ in this so-called sermon. This entire charade is pure blasphemy. You can see the audience getting into it, while Browne, himself, is standing on the stage directing this young child into this sinful idolatry. He tells her to “speak in tongues,” in which she began to babble the same, unintelligible nonsense over and over, in what appears to be a drunken stupor with her eyes squinted and a peculiar slurred speech (did they slip something in her drink?), while she was cheered on, and told that this is “how it’s done,” and “what it’s about.”
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One thing we can be certain about is that this little girl was, sadly, not receiving an outpouring of the Holy Spirit, but of a completely foreign spirit altogether. This is not of God. While they may have been “funneling” something, it wasn’t blessings from God.
Unless Browne repents, he’s going to have a rude awakening some day when he realizes what he’s done.
It would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck and he were cast into the sea than that he should cause one of these little ones to sin. – Luke 17:2
[Contributed by Jeff Maples]
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