Kathryn Kuhlman's "Last youth generation" prophecy

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ResidentAlien

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Anyone heard of Kathryn Kuhlman? If you look at the lineage of prophets and healers starting in the late 1800s, she's always in the list, and is considered to have had a powerful anointing.

In the following video, besides the fact that her prophecy is as false as they come, what else do you notice about her?

 

ResidentAlien

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I have something in mind. I just wanted to see if anyone else noticed it before I give my opinion.
 

arthurfleminger

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Anyone heard of Kathryn Kuhlman? If you look at the lineage of prophets and healers starting in the late 1800s, she's always in the list, and is considered to have had a powerful anointing.

In the following video, besides the fact that her prophecy is as false as they come, what else do you notice about her?


Benny Hinn's ministry was modeled around Kathryn Kuhlman's ministry. Fact is that benny Hinn is a false healer, dragging in the big $bucks$. And Kathryn Kuhlman was a fraud also. She wasn't a true prophet in any way shape or form. Was she a legitimate healer, with the help of the Holy Spirit? Not a chance. You can easily find Kuhlman's false prophesies on Google. As for her healing, read below:

She had many false healings/prophecies
A thorough examination of 23 of her publicly reported healings by a medical doctor (Healing: A Doctor in Search of a Miracle, William A. Nolen MD 1974) showed zero true healings in the long run. These people examined were not those that merely thought they were healed, but actually were confirmed by Kuhlman’s prophetic word. One example is a “woman who was said to have been cured of spinal cancer threw away her brace and ran across the stage at Kuhlman’s command; her spine collapsed the next day, according to Nolen, and she died four months later.” (Ibid. pg 228). An interesting story that documents how Philip Yancey nearly lost faith because of a Kuhlman event (2). Doctor Nolan was a Christian and said of Kuhlman “[her] lack of medical sophistication is a critical point. I don’t believe she is a liar or a charlatan or that she is, consciously, dishonest. I think that she believes the Holy Spirit works through her to perform miraculous cures. I think that she sincerely believes that the thousands of sick people who come to her services and claim cures are, through her mini-strations being cured of organic diseases. I also think–and my investigation confirms this–that she is wrong.” (Quotes and facts are from an article in McCall’s 9/74)
 

arthurfleminger

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Anyone heard of Kathryn Kuhlman? If you look at the lineage of prophets and healers starting in the late 1800s, she's always in the list, and is considered to have had a powerful anointing.

In the following video, besides the fact that her prophecy is as false as they come, what else do you notice about her?


Exercise care with false prophets. I remember the false prophet, Hal Lindsey, and his book 'The Late Great Planet Earth' in which he predicted the end of the world is imminent. He backed up his prophecy with many Biblical Scripture passages. Turned out everything he wrote was not true, a lie. But he made some big bucks with the book. Last I saw a few years back, Lindsey had his own TV spot on prophecies. Still prophesizing and never being correct or admitting he was a fraud. And yet, he still had many followers.

BEWARE FALSE PROPHETS, THEY ARE NOT FROM GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
 

arthurfleminger

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BTW, one of the worst frauds, when it came to faith healing and prophesizing was none other than Oral Roberts. He was a con man from the get go. His fraud is easy to look up on the internet. But he wasn't all bad. He did manage to make $hundreds of millions$ with his fraud. Bernie Madoff would have been proud of Oral.

SO MANY FALSE PROPHETS AND THEY ARE NOT FROM GOD!!!!!!!!!!!
 

ResidentAlien

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Okay, here it is. If no one else wants to say it, I will: she looks demon possessed!
 

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Exercise care with false prophets. I remember the false prophet, Hal Lindsey, and his book 'The Late Great Planet Earth' in which he predicted the end of the world is imminent. He backed up his prophecy with many Biblical Scripture passages. Turned out everything he wrote was not true, a lie. But he made some big bucks with the book. Last I saw a few years back, Lindsey had his own TV spot on prophecies. Still prophesizing and never being correct or admitting he was a fraud. And yet, he still had many followers.

BEWARE FALSE PROPHETS, THEY ARE NOT FROM GOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

It's still going on, sadly.

There are people claiming all kinds of eschatological "prophecies" and some even predicting how many years or decades we have left! It's crazy....

Prophecy was about revealing God's will and heart for His people, warnings were given with hope of repentance , always leading back to a heart of love. ..It isn't the same thing as fortune telling which is what so many of them are doing now....making predictions ...
 

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Anyone heard of Kathryn Kuhlman? If you look at the lineage of prophets and healers starting in the late 1800s, she's always in the list, and is considered to have had a powerful anointing.

In the following video, besides the fact that her prophecy is as false as they come, what else do you notice about her?

I saw her in person in Oakland CA
 

Jackson123

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When Benny Hinn come to my country, some people say about a million people come, my cousin say he come and among the people that fall when he pray. My cousin think it was Holy Spirit. And yes I read about his false prophecy. It is scary.
 

CS1

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Anyone heard of Kathryn Kuhlman? If you look at the lineage of prophets and healers starting in the late 1800s, she's always in the list, and is considered to have had a powerful anointing.

In the following video, besides the fact that her prophecy is as false as they come, what else do you notice about her?

that was not the last word prophecy of her LOL secondly, the bias of the person who created the video did not even show the whole service. What she said before that and why does have meaning, in that day many others have said this was the last generation and even before that.
 

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When Benny Hinn come to my country, some people say about a million people come, my cousin say he come and among the people that fall when he pray. My cousin think it was Holy Spirit. And yes I read about his false prophecy. It is scary.

I think what is scary are those like Benny Hinn have a lot of followers. There are some terrifying bizarre "prophets" on YouTube or Facebook but most of them don't have a huge following and tend to be followed by certain sects (e.g. White garment churches, SD A, Holiness movement, JWs etc) but BH has been received by many mainstream formerly solid churches. Those churches rightly would scoff at the "oddballs" in their white dresses saying the vaccine is the mark and will cause a zombie apocalypse, but they will welcome many other false teachers who call themselves evangelical... It's scary but Jesus and Paul both warned us...
 

ResidentAlien

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When Benny Hinn come to my country, some people say about a million people come, my cousin say he come and among the people that fall when he pray. My cousin think it was Holy Spirit. And yes I read about his false prophecy. It is scary.
If you watch some of Hinn's "healing" services closely, and the people getting "slain" in the spirit, you'll notice that if someone has their eyes open, he'll just wave his hand and the person usually goes down. If they have their eyes closed, he touches or pushes them; or when he waves his hand he says "touch." In other words, the person has to see, feel or hear him.

Hinn doesn't have any miraculous powers—from God or Satan either one. If it was the Spirit, it wouldn't matter if a person had their eyes closed or not, the Spirit could still impact them. Hinn's just a clever stage performer who has honed his craft after years of practice.
 

CS1

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Benny Hinn's ministry was modeled around Kathryn Kuhlman's ministry. Fact is that benny Hinn is a false healer, dragging in the big $bucks$. And Kathryn Kuhlman was a fraud also. She wasn't a true prophet in any way shape or form. Was she a legitimate healer, with the help of the Holy Spirit? Not a chance. You can easily find Kuhlman's false prophesies on Google. As for her healing, read below:

She had many false healings/prophecies
A thorough examination of 23 of her publicly reported healings by a medical doctor (Healing: A Doctor in Search of a Miracle, William A. Nolen MD 1974) showed zero true healings in the long run. These people examined were not those that merely thought they were healed, but actually were confirmed by Kuhlman’s prophetic word. One example is a “woman who was said to have been cured of spinal cancer threw away her brace and ran across the stage at Kuhlman’s command; her spine collapsed the next day, according to Nolen, and she died four months later.” (Ibid. pg 228). An interesting story that documents how Philip Yancey nearly lost faith because of a Kuhlman event (2). Doctor Nolan was a Christian and said of Kuhlman “[her] lack of medical sophistication is a critical point. I don’t believe she is a liar or a charlatan or that she is, consciously, dishonest. I think that she believes the Holy Spirit works through her to perform miraculous cures. I think that she sincerely believes that the thousands of sick people who come to her services and claim cures are, through her mini-strations being cured of organic diseases. I also think–and my investigation confirms this–that she is wrong.” (Quotes and facts are from an article in McCall’s 9/74)
First off Kathryn Kuhlman was not a fraud. There is much well-documented healing BY God not her through her ministry.

Benny Hinn is no Katheryn Kuhlman. She can not be blamed for Benny Hinn no more than Jesus blamed for picking judas.

yes her theology was not perfect, BUT it was not the devil healing people it was God. I laugh when those suggest the devil was healing people when HE is a murderer, stealing, killing, and destroying. God used this woman and that is as far as I need to go with her on that.
 

Jackson123

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I think what is scary are those like Benny Hinn has a lot of followers. There are some terrifying bizarre "prophets" on YouTube or Facebook but most of them don't have a huge following and tend to be followed by certain sects (e.g. White garment churches, SD A, Holiness movement, JWs etc) but BH has been received by many mainstream formerly solid churches
Yep, I read about sda keep wrong about Predicting end time. And in my country have good hospital and help a lot of poor.
 

CS1

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Yep, I read about sda keep wrong about Predicting end time. And in my country have good hospital and help a lot of poor.
Just so you know Katheryn was not SDA she was raised Methodist.
 

Lucy-Pevensie

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These heresy-hunting threads are getting tiresome. It's just promoting division.


 

Aaron56

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ResidentAlien, have you ever witnessed a true miraculous healing or have been healed yourself?
 

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Anyone heard of Kathryn Kuhlman? If you look at the lineage of prophets and healers starting in the late 1800s, she's always in the list, and is considered to have had a powerful anointing.

In the following video, besides the fact that her prophecy is as false as they come, what else do you notice about her?

I'm that generations she is talking about, I am 63 years old. I think she could possibly be correct, I feel the Second Coming will be in my Generation
If she is a false prophet who are we to judge. I leave all judgement up to Father. He only knows the true heart. She has gone now. She will stand before the great white throne. Father have mercy on us all.