Anorak | Todd Bentley will kick out your sickness with the boot of Jesus (video)

Todd Bentley will kick out your sickness with the boot of Jesus (video)

by | 27th, August 2012

TODD Bentley is the US-based Canadian pastor who says violence will  cure the sick of disease.  He says: “And I’m thinking why is the power of God not moving? And he said: Because you haven’t kicked that woman in the face.” So, he did and, “I inched closer and I went bam! And just as my boot made contact with her nose, she fell under the power of God.”

Todd Benltey has been refused entry to the UK, the Home Office has confirmed. He will not be appearing at the Portadown Christian Centre, County Armagh.

Says Bentley:

“I am deeply saddened by the recent decision of the UK government regarding my entry into the country. At this point, we are thankful to God for the support from our friends in the UK who truly love Jesus and embrace the supernatural, faith and healing. Please continue to stand with us in prayer regarding this decision and our return to the UK.”

Stand. If you can…

Note: Bentley visited the UK  towards the end of 2011. There are no reports that anyone came to harm.

Richard Bartholomew writes:  This is Croydon   from mid-July:

Controversial pastor Todd Bentley, who was convicted of a sex attack on a seven-year-old when he was 14, is to hold a three-day event at Croydon Conference Centre, in Surrey Street, in August.

…The healing session was listed on the website of Folly’s End Community Fellowship Trust, which hires out the conference centre, and the church is mentioned on Bentley’s promotional material as a co-host, but pastor Dave Markee said this was a mistake and the church has nothing to do with the event.

In contrast to this not-quite “I know not the man”, a notice since removed from the Folly’s End website had the following:

3 Nights of Healing and Impartation with Todd Bentley

Folly’s End is delighted to have Todd Bentley here in the UK for 3 nights of supernatural healing and impartation.

The last time Todd was in the UK in December 2011, he packed 250 people into a 220 seater, and he prayed

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