(Protestia) Two weeks ago, a woman attending James River Church’s faced scrutiny and worldwide skepticism after releasing a video claiming that three of her toes that were previously amputated were miraculously regrown during a healing service Bill Johnson was speaking at. Lead pastor John Lindell co-signed the miracle, recounting, “As the ladies prayed for Krissy over the next 30 minutes, all three toes grew, and by that point, were longer than her pinky toe. Within an hour, nails began to grow on all the toes.”
With skeptics clamoring for proof, even creating a website https://showmethetoes.com, Lindell later noted he had no interest in talking more about it or providing evidence to doubters, saying, “(I’m) protecting sheep who are vulnerable… that’s my first concern, it’s for her. So, you know, if that bothers you, I’m sorry.” Lindell has frequently claimed that miraculous healings commonly occur at his church, including people with inoperable brain cancer and deafness.
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CRN’s homepage contains a list of professing Christians to keep an eye on. Scroll down to WARNING. The list contains those to mark and avoid (Rom 16:17-18) such as Bill Johnson.
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