Win Worley claims

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Ermar Reyes Luna Win Worley claims that churches that do not practice casting out of demons are out of balance in their ministry. And that miracles and submission of demonic powers was the most effective way to evangelize the pagan world

Ermar Reyes Luna [02/20/2015 8:42 AM]
what can u say about this?

Pentecostal Theology [02/20/2015 9:31 AM]
not much, but I do have plenty of questions about it

Ermar Reyes Luna [02/20/2015 3:50 PM]
what is there denominational background?

Pentecostal Theology [02/21/2015 8:36 AM]
I think he was baptist, but the Spirit led him further…

15 Comments

  • Charles Page
    Reply August 21, 2016

    Charles Page

    That would have been true prior to 70 AD

  • David Lewayne Porter
    Reply August 21, 2016

    David Lewayne Porter

    I agree, as they present and manifest. Even today, If the gifts are still active, and the fruits are still needed which come from the same Spirit then so are the effects of the Great Commission.

  • Robert Borders
    Reply August 21, 2016

    Robert Borders

    I would not model a deliverance model after that which had been practiced by Win Worley’s church in Hammond, IN. Paper bags were passed out to attendees with the expectation that almost anyone would vomit out demons during the service. Believers were taught that new demons should be ejected weekly if not daily. John Eckhardt largely followed this model in Chicago.

    • David Lewayne Porter
      Reply August 21, 2016

      David Lewayne Porter

      Crazy people twisting and distorting the True and Pure Gospel.

      But there is still a True and delivering Gospel.

    • Charles Page
      Reply August 21, 2016

      Charles Page

      passing out paper bags would be so highly suggestive which I find in a lot of deliverance ceremonies.

    • Robert Borders
      Reply August 21, 2016

      Robert Borders

      I prefer tubs of buttered popcorn!

    • Jon Ray
      Reply August 21, 2016

      Jon Ray

      Derick Prince was in the same teaching

    • Charles Page
      Reply August 21, 2016

      Charles Page

      Bob Mumford

    • Robert Borders
      Reply August 21, 2016

      Robert Borders

      If you compare the books of Derek Prince and those of Win Worley’s you do find a few areas of commonality but also a lot of differences.

    • Robert Borders
      Reply August 21, 2016

      Robert Borders

      Don Basham wrote a good bit about deliverance ministry too.

    • Charles Page
      Reply August 21, 2016

      Charles Page

      And Charles somebody
      Anyone read New Wine magazine

    • Robert Borders
      Reply August 21, 2016

      Robert Borders

      Charles Simpson. Yeah I used to read New Wine and followed the five men who headed up the discipleship movement in the early 1970’s.

    • Charles Page
      Reply August 21, 2016

      Charles Page

      Unfortunately it destroyed a marriage and family in our congregation

    • Robert Borders
      Reply August 22, 2016

      Robert Borders

      Yes the shepherding movement went sour as control freaks took control in local groups (much like happens in other groups). Fortunately the men who pushed for the movement backed away from it or at least looked for better ways to disciple people but not before much damage was done. Read also about Hobart Freeman and his movement based out of Indiana in the 1970’s and early 1980’s.

  • Jon Ray
    Reply August 21, 2016

    Jon Ray

    If you are not familiar with Worley you may want to do that

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