Dr. Brown Interviews Steve Hill About the Dangerous Avalanche of False Teaching

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Dr. Brown spends two hours with international revivalist Steve Hill, discussing Steve’s new book Spiritual Avalanche, which sounds a warning about false teachings in the Body today that could destroy millions of lives. Listen live here 2-4 pm EST, and call into the show at (866) 348 7884 with your questions and comments.


Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: In God’s Kingdom everything reproduces after its own kind. Coldness reproduces coldness, compromise reproduces compromise, and fire reproduces fire! We need the fire of God!

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: No, it is not too late for revival in America, but there is no guarantee that it is coming unless we humble ourselves, turn from sin, and cry out to the only One who can send revival.



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  1. I’m not sure if people remember the drunk in the spirit/tokin’ the ghost episode that Dr. Brown did. I sent him a few links from youtube in the ask Dr. Brown a question section. I’ve seen others where they pray over water so it becomes spirtual wine, then they become slurred in speech.

    It’s pretty scary, sad, there is a fire that burns in me that HATES these lies, my frustration being that I don’t know the bible as well as I should to defend it with the confidence of a Dr. Brown.

    I spoke through one woman through Facebook, adding her through Dr. Brown’s page. She went on to talk to me about how you can’t box God in by His Word, that countries that don’t have bibles see more miracles.

    I’ve been to a church here in Colorado that had a hugh number of people in it. It was a complete counterfeit of The Holy Spirit, sadest part being that no one even knew it wasn’t The Holy Spirit, hundreds of people. But thank God that the pastor was removed (I don’t know details of how) and there is a real servant of God now in his place, he’s a guest speaker sometimes at our church.

  2. Yep.
    I knew someone who subscribed to Crowder’s teachings – literally, 90% things he said (about God) around me (even things “the Lord” supposedly showed him) were completely unbiblical and I had to “take him to task” after which discussions he would inevitably end up repenting.
    It’s so weird that there is such a disregard for Scripture in those circles and a seeming “recklessness”.
    Thank God, today my friend is seeing not only the importance of the “spiritual realm” but of Scripture (studying Scripture more seriously – though, now, he has fallen into “Preterism” lol).

  3. This is so right on, with the ’emerging church’ setting up its own supposed righteousness and relativity of affirmation. Is Christ’s wisdom from above and of the Cross somehow replaced simply to make society more gregarious? Confession of sin, repentance, obedience, and affirmation of He who lives comes back to one attempting the walk in so many ways. Companionship on the journey, that is the real challenge.

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