Mission General: “Stop giving money to TV-station Vision Norway”

Rolf Kjøde warns people not to give money to claimed to be Christian TV Chanel who support World of Faith preachers.

Secretary General Rolf Kjøde in Normisjon warns Christians about World of Faith preachers.

Normisjon is on of the biggest Lutheran Christian mission ministry in Scandinavia, responsible for sending out  200 full time ministers.  Secretary General Rolf Kjøde warns people not to give money to the controversial TV-station Vision Norway.

The reason behind this warning, is editor Jan Hanvolds use of American faith healer Thurman Scrivner.  Kjøde brans Scrivers preacing as “extreme”, “dangerous” and “unbiblical”.

“He guides cancer patients not accept medical treatment, and put disabled people into extra pain by his claim that sin is the reason behind their disability”, explains Kjøde.

“Scriver is a prophet of prosperity”, warns Kjøde in the the magazine 3:16.

Dont use your money on this TV-chanal. There are many good projects people can support, to reach sickly and weak people with the gospel”, proclaims Kjøde.

“There is freedom of expression in Norway. I can not stop him from warning people from supporting this TV-station”, is the reply from editor Jan Hanvold.

Source: Norwegian Christian Daily Vårt Land.

My comment:

TV Editor Jan Hanvold.

Thanks to freedom of expression, Vision Norway can continue to transmit their TV-signals.

There is no one who can stop them regardless of how many false teachers or false prophets that surface on the TV-screen.

Not even systematic false teachings and massive deception can bring and end to this charismatic World of Faith TV-station.

As long as thousands of “Christians” continues to fund this falsehood, with an editor who took his Biblical education at Oral Roberts World of Faith University, in Tulsa Oklahoma.

Jesus warned us that many shall come in His name, and deceive even the elect, if possible.  Vision Norway is a brilliant example of this prophecy of our Master being fulfilled in our generation.

One thought on “Mission General: “Stop giving money to TV-station Vision Norway”

  1. “He guides cancer patients not accept medical treatment, and put disabled people into extra pain by his claim that sin is the reason behind their disability”, explains Kjøde.”

    My Comment: Though I put my faith in Jesus Christ 100%, that does not mean we should stop seeing doctors. As an infant, and all through my life, I’ve had asthma. Yes, I’ve prayed that Christ heal me, but until he does, I will still be seeing a doctor for it and taking my albuterol.

    My son recently had some kidney tests done. I prayed constantly for his healing. Yes, God has said to me that he is watching my kids, because in this day and age, it is something I pray for. But I still took my son to the doctor. The doctor has said my son is fine (thank you Jesus), but my son also has asthma.

    My point being, you can have tremendous faith in God, but it is important to see your doctor, so he can properly ascertain what kind of medcines you should take.

    There are several verses in the bible, which reference medicine/doctor.

    Isaiah 38:21 Now Isaiah had said, “Let them take a cake of figs and apply it to the boil, that he may recover.”

    Jeremiah 8:22 Is there no balm in Gilead? Is there no physician there? Why then has the health of the daughter of my people not been restored?

    Luke 10:34 He went to him and bound up his wounds, pouring on oil and wine. Then he set him on his own animal and brought him to an inn and took care of him.

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