Mike Bickle’s Romantic Jesus

In light of the recent joining between IHOP and other ministries also involving kids, I thought it would be good to link this article from Critical Issues Commentary.

Please, if you have children be ever so careful in jumping the gun in this “missions” quest. Pray and seek the guidance of the Holy Spirit. The Lord would never want one of His to become so entangled in the false practices going on with IHOP and the rest. The links provided will take you to the rest of the article.

Prayerfully,

mk

Mike Bickle’s Romantic Jesus
IHOP’s Bridal Paradigm
ISSUE 107 – July / August 2008
Recently I was given a CD of Mike Bickle speaking to a youth group at the International House of Prayer (IHOP) Passion for Jesus Conference in Kansas City. Bickle is full of zeal and passion as he speaks of the “Bridegroom Jesus” he has found in the Song of Solomon through “spiritual interpretation.” The message is central to his ministry as IHOP sees this new revelation of the “Bridal Paradigm” being extremely important for individual Christians to grow in God …
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5 thoughts on “Mike Bickle’s Romantic Jesus

  1. M’kayla:

    Just a quick clarification/correction: The article, “Mike Bickle’s Romantic Jesus” was written by K. Jentoft, not Bob DeWaay. K. Jentoft writes occasionally for Critical Issues Commentary. The other article in the same issue # 107 of CIC, titled, “Mike Bickle and International House of Prayer: The Latter Rain Redividus” WAS written by Bob DeWaay.

    http://cicministry.org/commentary/issue107.htm

    Keep up the good work! All of us on our journey “out” of deception and error in the church greatly appreciate your hard work and diligence to post articles, keep the blog going, moderate comments, etc.

    Be Blessed!

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  2. If you are interested in IHOP, there is a blog called gospelmasquerade written by a former IHOP student. Interesting personal take on the inner workings there.

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