26 February 2014

No One Has Seen God the Father . . . Except Jesus Culture's Kim Walker-Smith


So not only has Kim Walker-Smith seen Jesus Christ and God the Father, but she also fills the Kim-shaped hole in God's heart. Kim Walker-Smith's testimony here is blasphemous. What ought to be of great concern to the Christian, however, is that this is the mindset behind the music and teaching of Jesus Culture, a group that is extremely popular among young, professing Christians. Parents, protect your children. Pastors, guard your flock. Christians, be discerning.

Further Reading
Jesus Culture and Judah Smith to Join Piper, Moore, Chan and Others at Giglio's Passion 2013
Thank You, Lord. Reader Is Led "to the Truth I Tried to Reject"
Bad Doctrine Yields Bad Fruit . . . and Bad Comments Defending Bethel Church

11 comments:

  1. Is there suppose to be a video for viewing...I can't find it. I have refreshed my page several times and nothing comes up...just a blank space.

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    1. Hi Susan...Dump your history and cookies! Should be able to streamline the video afterwards.

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  2. So someone claims to have a vision of heaven, and shares it during an interview/video and this somehow it damnable?

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  3. it seems your criticism may be a little over the top. It appears from watching the clip that she is relating a dream she had. Not necessarily the same thing as actually seeing something. Did the sheet actually get lowered to peter or was it in a dream? i understand your apparent distaste for the Jesus Culture group, but please be intellectually honest with your criticism. otherwise we cannot value your insight on other items.

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  4. Geez, what the heck is wrong with people? Do they really think we will swallow this garbage? Did she have a "toke" on the Holy Spirit before seeing God?
    It all just gets more bizzare.
    Sometimes I think "christians" are simply bored, always looking for the next exciting fix.
    They are never satisfied with the truth of God's word.

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  5. Creepy and bizarre. ....makes God look like a 3 yr old.

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  6. Kim Walker-Smith is stating this dream/vision in a way that she wants the listener to believe that this is what happened to her. She's stating it as truth. She wants us to think that Jesus & God the Father is as she portrays them. This is why there is criticism to her statements, what she speaks is blasphemy. No one has seen God the Father & cannot say what He's like other than what the Bible reveals. Those caught up in IHOP will nod along to everything she is saying as if it needs to be tacked on to the back of the Bible. She is leading gullible people astray because she's not telling her vision as a fictional event, but as an experience as a result of being apart of IHOP. How special they must think she is, how close to God that He would show her these things. In reality, if she did have a vision/dream at all, I'll go out on a limb & call it demonic.
    IHOP is all about the experience & this is the fruit of that cult.

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    1. How are IHOP and Jesus Culture related? Don't know much about either. Thanks.

      -Deborah

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    2. As far as I know,Moses spoke with God face 2 face,as a friend speaks to his friend,Isaiah the prophet saw God high and lifted up but it did not say that he saw him face 2 face.Abraham entertained the Lord outside his tent,Jacob wrestled with the Lord but it does not say that he saw him faced to face,Enoch walked with the Lord but it does not say that he saw him face 2 face,There are countless other examples in the old testament.Now 4 the best one,didn't Jesus say that no man has ever seen God face to face except for him, oh boy what is this stuff all about?If Jesus says no man has seen God face 2 face except him than something is wrong here,I think it is quite clear what Jesus is saying,I'm going to stand with him.Please correct me if I shared anything wrong here especially the words I wrote about the o.t characters,I just want the truth,the whole truth and nothing but the truth so help me God.

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  7. I don't think the criticism is over the top. If you go to Youtube and search for this video, you will find it in its entirety. She is actually conveying two different times she says she saw a vision. Once while worshiping in the sanctuary and another time while she was reading her Bible a couple of weeks later. Nevertheless, no man has seen God, that's what the Bible says. It doesn't specify whether or not it would be in person or in a dream, it just says that no man can see God and live.

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