Curry Blake on What Not To Say and Do!

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Curry Blake on What Not To Say and Do!

Curry Blake the General Overseer for John G. Lake ministries with a smashing video on what NOT to say and what NOT to do to expose yourself further as a false teacher.

The saying:

He quotes Smith ‘punch people in the stomach to heal them’  Smith Wigglesworth:

“If the spirit didn’t move me, I moved the spirit.”

Gosh, what power he must have had that he could forcibly move God.  What manipulative con artists and smooth talkers.

Angus Buchan constantly mentions Smith Wigglesworth as being a great man of God.

Todd Bentley used to punch people in the stomach as well to supposedly heal them.

Curry Blake and Kobus van Rensburg

I hear Curry Blake made an appearance at Kobus van Rensburg (Spirit Word Ministries) 

The Conclusion:

All these false teachers spread out like a spider’s web, each strand linking together. The message might be the same, it might even differ here and there, it might even seem like an entirely different message. But the centre of the web is the false Christ, the antiChrist, Satan. He takes the truth and splits it, twists it and manipulates in to a billion different ideas.

But it all comes from him and it all leads BACK to him.

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Deborah (Discerning the World)

Deborah Ellish is the author of the above article. Discerning the World is an internet Christian Ministry based in Johannesburg South Africa. Tom Lessing and Deborah Ellish both own Discerning the World. For more information see the About this Website page below the comments section.

39 Responses

  1. Johan says:

    I used to be a big follower of Curry Blake a few years ago.

    I even had a few blog posts with summarised teachings and quotes from him.

    I had been giving a few teachings in MP3 format and a few PDF’s that I also shared with my readers, but being careful to always point people to the JGLM ministries’ online shop.
    One day, Curry Blake himself (supposedly), commented on my blog and warned me to take the resources down as the blog is receiving traffic from Google and taking people away from the JGLM official pages.

    Needless to say the blog doesn’t exist anymore and I have since grown a lot spiritually to such a degree that I no longer follow Blake.


  2. Nate says:

    Johan wrote:

    I have since grown a lot spiritually to such a degree that I no longer follow Blake.

    I guess you did grow some. But I suspect you did not listen to him carefully enough because if you did, you would have never followed Curry in the first place.

  3. Hi Nate. The apostle Peter also grew spiritually when he stopped his nonsense to not eat with Gentiles.

  4. James says:

    The man gets results! Anyone willing to criticize Mr Blake may want to review Matthew 7:5. I seriously doubt anyone whining in this thread is courageous and selfless enough to give their life in service to God to this degree.

  5. James. First do your home work by searching the Scriptures to be able to discern Curry Blake’s teachings and then come back to make some sensible comments.

  6. Donald Summerlin says:

    What classifies Curry Blake as a false teacher of the Gospel, and who says so?

  7. Donald Summerlin

    Curry Blake is so obviously false. He preaches Latter Rain Manifest Sons of God doctrine. Please read about it over here.

  8. robert R dunsing says:

    [Deleted by DTW – you are NOT a little god]

  9. lord_thank_you says:

    Congrats on the work you’re doing thru-out this blog. It is our Christian duty to expose the agents of satan (Ephesians 5:11) and not to withhold information from our brothers/sisters seeking the truth (Ephesians 4:25).

    Beware indeed ! Curry Blake is a very well-disguised wolf. I’ll explain:

    • Blake teaches with a type of reassuring authority & pleasant humility, while appearing not to seek money nor fame. None of his so called ‘healings’ are boasted thru video recordings posted to social media. Blakes church is relatively small, and never intends to be a mega-church. This is a stark contrast to the blatant arrogance, fame seeking, and love of money we see with others like Copeland, Hinn etc.
    • At first Curry Blake seems full of good-will & innocent. And I can fully understand how his DHT programme makes it into so many youth fellowships, house churches, and into some discerning born again churches. We also studied him & his DHT in our congregation – and our pastor still stubbornly does – even after I’ve revealed all this to him. Please pray that God opens his heart to the truth.
    • However I must warn you that Curry Blake is deep into the occult. His allegiance to satan is discretely displayed all over his youtube sermons (background decor), facebook page (his shoulder emblem in cover picture), website, and by his predecessors (more on this below).
    • The most blatant is their nights templar ‘ministry’ logo (as seen in the video). On they’ve updated the logo a few years ago – to make the cross straight (less obvious secret society affiliation ?). But their orignal logo is a carbon copy of the night templar cross – search it yourself online.
    • Lets pause a second…. for anyone saying ‘yeah nights templar so what’. I really pray that God reveals to you how satan is working thru freemasonry to deceive the Church & the world at large. But first you have to know the roots of the nights templar secretive satanic cult :
    • There’s many other occult imagery on their their website like ‘the tree of life’ (pagan healing belief system), the ‘blue rose’ (rosicureanism / druidism) – notice that none of this imagery is found in the Bible.
    • I’ve also noticed a small “E=mc2” in one of their DHT branding pictures. This seemed out of place for a supposed Christian ministry. Perhaps there’s a link to new age, or ‘Christian science’ – another freemason cult initiative to deceive those just beginning to break free.
    • Also, Curry Blake was cooperating with the Oral Roberts ministry back in the 1990s. Oral Roberts became a big freemason wolf disguised as a Christian (check out ORU satanical statues and building shapes).
    • Then there’s Curry Blake’s predecessors: the fact that Dowie was giving lectures in a freemason temple in Australia (before moving to USA), even quoting a famous freemason poet – this shows a strong satanic poisoning in this ministry, starting all the way back with Dowie. Dowie also claimed to be the return of John the Baptist (ie Jesus). That should be enough for everyone to steer clear – but not Curry Blake apparently. Then there’s John G Lake: aside from the investment scams, the murder charges, the blasphemous ‘little Gods’ teachings, John G Lake also set up the Apostolic Faith Mission of South Africa, which still uses as its logo the nights templar cross/crown. So it appears indeed that the freemason/templar spirit has been passed on from these two frauds all the way to Curry Blake.
    • His ‘Dominion Church’: ‘dominionism’ teaches that we have to take over the world (eg governement and countries) in preparation for the coming kingdom on earth. However the bible does not tell us about a ‘kingdom’ awaiting jesus upon his return – quite the opposite. Dominionism sounds more like a ‘one world’ preparation for the antichrist.
    • Finally, Curry’s teachings are firmly centered around the assertions that “God never intends for us to be sick”, and that “suffering is always from the devil”. This teaching goes totally against 1 Peter 5:10; Romans 8:28; John 11:4 and many more

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