Rhema Bible Church – Hands of Compassion, Curses you!
I was sent an email by someone who showed me something rather shocking regarding Rhema Bible Church’s Hands of Compassion.
She said: “I was looking at drug rehab centers and came across Rhema Bible Church’s Hands of Compassion website, a drug rehab center run by Pastor Alan and Pastor Xana McCauley. Rhema Bible Church is run by Pastor Ray Mccauley.
As you scroll down the page you are introduced to Hands of Compassion. People who would search for a rehab center are people with serious dependency issues, be it alcohol, drugs etc. On the front page they have a prayer for addicts, a pray that is supposed to be a Christian prayer but when you read it carefully you will see that this is a prayer to another god.
The first lines of each paragraph of the prayer are curses that you would pray over yourself, and these curses are hidden in plain sight. Notice the words in CAPITAL letters.”
The prayer says:
May God bless you with DISCOMFORT
at easy answers, half-truths and superficial relationships
so that you may live deep within your heart.
May God bless you with ANGER
at injustice, oppression, and exploitation of people
so that you may work for justice, freedom and peace.
May God bless you with TEARS
to shed for those who suffer pain, rejection, hunger and war
so that you may reach out your hand to comfort them and to turn their pain into joy.
And may God bless you with enough FOOLISHNESS
to believe that you can make a difference in the world
so that you can do what others claim cannot be done
to bring justice and kindness to all our children and the poor.
This is a very sneaky prayer, it’s not a prayer to God to bless but a prayer to ‘another god’ to in fact curse you.
People who are already vulnerable will attend Hands of Compassion for spiritual guidance and this is what they get from going there: discomfort, anger, tears and foolishness.
“Hands of Compassion is a Christian Community headed by Ps Alan and Ps Xana McCauley. Started in February 1987, and based in Johannesburg, they have chosen to live simply. The emphasis is on Recovery, Restoration and Reconciliation.” — https://www.handsofcompassionsa.org/
Beware of Rhema Bible Church and their bible school. Ray MacCauley started Rhema Bible Church —https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ray_McCauley after attending Kenneth Hagin Rhema Bible Training Center in Tulsa, Oklahoma during 1978/9. Kennith Hagin was an American Charismatic preacher. He is often referred to as the “father” (or “granddaddy”) of the “Word of Faith” movement. —https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kenneth_E._Hagin#RHEMA_Bible_Training_Center
Ray MacCauley is co-chair of the National Interfaith Council of South Africa (NICSA). NICSA comprises members from various religious groups in South Africa including mainstream Christian groups, African indigenous churches, Jewish, Muslim, Hindu, Pentecostal and charismatic Christian churches —https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Interfaith_Council_of_South_Africa