Bethel Magic Ritual to Defeat Racism

As many of you will already know, Bethel “church” has become little more than a vehicle for occultic rituals and overblown declarations of supposed apostleship.

It is probably one of the worst examples today of what’s gone wrong in the churches.

Bethel is already notorious for such practices as “fire-tunnels” [see here] and “grave-sucking”. [see here]

It is so lacking in discernment that when a coven of witches went to the church to get prophetic words spoken over them, they were told nothing but positive things and were actually encouraged to continue in their witchcraft. Seriously. Read about it: Bethel Church Tells Witch that She’s “On the Right Path” and “God is So Proud of Her!”

Astounding Heresy

This video – done in a humorous way, but very serious in intent – is by Spencer Smith. His website here explains that the Smith family are missionaries to Kenya. They are members of Lighthouse Baptist Church, Shepherdsville, Kentucky.

In the video below you will see footage of a ritual by all the leaders, banging a wooden staff onto the stage three times to banish “the spirit of racism”. This is based – as you will see and hear them affirm – on Gandalf in the movie Lord of the Rings.

4 thoughts on “Bethel Magic Ritual to Defeat Racism

  1. Hi Tricia, be cautious with Spencer Smith. He’s someone who just seems to be against everything and everyone, and from one of his videos that I’ve just come across, he seems to be a KJV only adherent.


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    • Thanks Tim, I don’t know him, but I picked up during this video that he’s anti-spiritual-gifts, not that that makes him a bad person but it went into my mental notebook. In general, as you know, the best idea is not to “follow” anyone but to depend on the word of God and the Spirit of God to develop a good understanding of truth.

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  2. There is a clue in the name.
    While “Bethel” means house of God, it’s not a name used in the NT, and in the latter parts of the OT it is described and condemned as a place of idol worship.

    “Seek me and live;
    do not seek Bethel,
    do not go to Gilgal,
    do not journey to Beersheba.
    For Gilgal will surely go into exile,
    and Bethel will be reduced to nothing.”
    Seek the Lord and live,
    for he will sweep through the tribes of Joseph like a fire;
    it will devour them,
    and Bethel will have no one to quench it.

    Considering that last line, I find it interesting that Bethel at Redding is one of the groups that sees baptism in fire as a good thing to be sought and desired – completely ignoring the context of the only two times such a thing is mentioned in scripture.
    (Matt 3:10-12 and Luke 3:9, 16-17)


  3. Some of the most sobering words in Scripture:

    21 Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.

    22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?

    23 And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity (Matthew 7:21-23, KJV).


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