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Our relationship with God must benefit the broken, homeless, fatherless, and poor. Using examples from the life of the prophet Elijah, Kris Vallotton teaches on restoring the nations by fighting fatherlessness. There is a Malachi mandate on all of us to turn the hearts of the nations back to God.

Referring to Zechariah and several other key figures in the Bible, Bill Johnson emphasizes the need for creativity amidst a time of spiritual warfare. Creativity isn't just about craftsmanship, it's about the spirit of wisdom and excellence behind all that we do. When we become who God designed us to be, it reveals a perfect Father to an orphaned planet. Now is the time for childlike wonder and creative dreaming. 

Isaac chose to lay down his life for a word he hadn't heard directly from the Lord. He was so connected to his father Abraham that he fully trusted his leading. Gabe Valenzuela teaches on the importance of intentional relationships. When we guard who we give a place of influence in our lives, God can then step into His place of intimacy. 

Kris Vallotton teaches on the coming reformation. Collectively, we are going through a metamorphosis that is rooting us in Heaven. The systems we have created for previous seasons won't be able to carry us into the next season.

Being a strong man means allowing others to lean on you for safety and security. Brian Johnson teaches how Jesus was the perfect model for manhood. With this message, learn to be a shelter for those around you and a foundation for them to build upon. 

Audio translated by Bethel Media Translations.

https://www.bethel.tv/en/podcasts/donate

Havilah Cunnington teaches on the importance of focus. Keeping your gaze on Jesus will give you the focus to build what's needed around you. God has positioned you to illustrate the Kingdom of Heaven to this generation.

Audio translated by Bethel Media Translations.

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Kris Vallotton addresses old sermon claiming he's seen restored virginity in young people

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Senior associate leader of Bethel Church and co-founder of Bethel School of Supernatural Ministry in Redding, California, Kris Vallotton has clarified clips from a 2014 sermon on sexual purity in which he claimed to have "seen thousands of people's virginity restored" after they recently went viral on TikTok.

A TikTok user named Rachel Spears created a 57-second compilation of Vallotton's sermon framing his teaching as misogynistic after posting it on YouTube on Sept. 11. In the clip, which has since been removed from YouTube, Vallotton makes comments about human sexuality before making the claim he's heard reports of girls' virginity being restored. 

"I wrote a book called Moral Revolutions, I've seen thousands of people's virginity restored," Vallotton claims in the sermon to students at the School of Worship in 2014. "I've got hundreds of emails about girls' hymens being restored. Hundreds. It's not typically something you tell your pastor."

He recalled one girl telling him: "'By the way, I had a creative miracle. ... God restored my hymen."

Days after the clips from his sermon went viral, Vallotton explained in a statement that his team had removed the edited lesson from YouTube for review.

"This past weekend, we uploaded an old teaching that I shared with School of Worship students from 2014 to my YouTube channel," Vallotton stated. "Someone who I do not know created a short, 57-second video using select soundbites from that teaching, and posted the clip on social media. Understandably, anyone who saw that short video would be confused as the full context was completely missing."

He pointed his followers to watch another video on YouTube in which he discusses sexual purity with his wife, Kathy, along with Cole and Caitlin Zick, directors of purity advocacy organization Moral Revolution.

"We felt led to further address the topic of sexual purity and bring clarity to this teaching, as well as address some of the concerns and feedback we received. There are certain topics and conversations that the Church has often pushed under the rug or whispered about in a corner," he said.

"Sexuality is one of these topics that has been disregarded and avoided in the Church for years. Yet, I feel it is vitally important that as a Church we bring clarity and truth to a subject that the world has perverted and religion has shamed."

Vallotton said the clips were taken from a half-hour video he posted to YouTube and that it was edited down from the two-hour teaching session.

He said that many years ago, he and his wife led a youth group class in a local gym started with the county probation department. As a stipulation for the course, Vallotton said that he was told he couldn't "bang them with the Bible." 

"It started with a six-week class, and what they were doing is they had all these kids that had violated their probation as juveniles," he said. "They basically made a rule that said, 'Your parents have to come to parent training' because they traced back their kids' behavior to their families."

The program started with 36 kids on probation. During the program, Vallotton said they would spend about an hour letting kids play basketball and volleyball. In the last half hour, they presented a 30-minute teaching. 

During that time, he had to talk to a co-ed group of young people after witnessing young males touching the breasts of a young female while they played basketball. The young girl, he said, didn't stop the males from touching her inappropriately, so he intervened.

"That very first night, the Lord gave me this whole teaching. It's in the book Moral Revolution if you ever want to read it. [It's] about this ring and really it's a story about nobility and purity and the restoration of virginity," Vallotton said.

He said he used a fictitious story to talk about sex with the group because he couldn't use the Bible.

"I'm telling this story and about how God has created us to have sex inside of marriage. And it came out of this fiction story that I made up and about the restoration of that. When we get [to] the climax of the night, where this guy fights for and works for this ring, in the end, it turns out to be a parable. We call it 'Parable of the Ring,' the restoration of virginity," he said.

"The girl who I told the story of getting grabbed, a point of that story was she was raised in a drug home, she didn't have a dad. This was all normal. That was the way they behaved. She wasn't trying to stop them from doing that. This was a big joke and funny."

He added that he used that story to let the group know this isn't how women should be treated.

"When we got to the end of that half-an-hour story, and the climax of that story is that God actually created you to live your sexuality out in covenant because the world perverts sex, the religion shames it, but the Kingdom celebrates it. God is the one who created sex," he continued. "It was His idea. To not celebrate sex in the right circumstance is crazy."

He said that the specific girl that he mentioned told him that night in tears that 'No one ... ever told me about this."

"That was one of the motivations of us staying with those kids for five years," Vallotton said. "We didn't get paid for it. We won two community awards. We saw so many kids come to Christ." 

He added that they had 36 kids "weeping" in the gym that night not because they were being shamed but because they were "actually for the first time being envisioned [and saying], 'This is why I have a sex drive years before I am supposed to have sex inside of marriage.'"

"It wasn't the old '90s religion, like, 'Let's shame people,'" he contends. "It was the opposite of that. It was like, 'This is a vision for why God said no because God is the one who created sex.'"

With the rise of the #MeToo movement, Vallotton said he understands how some might be concerned over the comments, and some will question a man who is talking about women. He added that he has been "very excited" about the #MeToo movement because he thinks it's "time for women to stand up." 

"We are seeing morality now, even in Hollywood and the business world," he stressed. "It's been pretty exciting, but it also has the side effect that [people are asking], 'are you shaming women' and 'are you bringing that old religious shame into the whole world of sexuality?'" 

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HOW TO DEAL WITH OFFENSE: YOUR QUESTIONS ON MY LATEST SERMON ANSWERED

By Kris Vallotton•03 Sep, 2021•

I am deeply concerned by the offense that I see boiling over in the hearts of the Church today! In the midst of these tumultuous times, I feel it is extremely important to lay down our offenses, examine our hearts, and protect our innocence. It can be easy to take on bitterness, resentment, and unforgiveness when our world is divided, personal opinions are loud, and the stakes feel high. Yet I’d propose that the Lord is asking us to protect our innocence and purify our hearts. Because this has been weighing heavily on my heart, I recently shared a message with Bethel Church on a Sunday morning in regards to protecting our innocence and guarding our hearts from offense. It’s important to note that the message I shared was just as much for me as it was for everyone. As I opened my Bible that morning and began to preach the Word you could feel the relevance of the word settle into people’s hearts as the Holy Spirit ministered across the room. There is not just one road that leads to the fast track of a virtueless life. Small pit stops in arrogance, entitlement, offense, bitterness, disillusionment, unforgiveness, lack of gratitude, and self-will are pathways to the pitfall of lost innocence. We see this in the life of David, starting in 2 Samuel 11. We are pulled into the heated and pinnacle moment in King David’s life in 2 Samuel 11; the beloved king is faced with the temptation of a beautiful woman while at war with his enemies. In a fleeting moment David commits adultery with Bathsheba, the wife of Uriah, one of his greatest men. When David found out Bathsheba was pregnant with his child, the reality that faced him and the shame that plagued him sent him scrambling to cover his mistake. He attempted multiple times to have Uriah lay with his wife Bathsheba so he would be known as the father of the spurious child. David even stooped so slow that he got Uriah drunk, hoping that Uriah would go home to his wife. Yet Uriah had better character drunk than David had sober — he refused to lay with his wife while the king's men and the whole Israelite army was at war with their enemies. When all of David’s attempts failed, he plotted the death of Uriah, ultimately killing one of his greatest warriors in order to cover his wrongdoing. As we can see throughout David’s journey, innocence isn’t lost by one virtueless act, but rather death by a thousand paper cuts or multiple pit stops in arrogance, offense, and unforgiveness. When offense, bitterness, entitlement, or unforgiveness take root in our heart, weeds begin to grow. If you do not pull the weeds and tend to the garden of your heart, the fruit of your heart will wither and weeds of offense will grow over. I’d propose that one of our greatest responsibilities is to care for the health of our heart; to tend to the weeds of bitterness, offense, unforgiveness and so on. Proverbs 4:23 says: “Above all else, guard your heart, for everything you do flows from it.” I challenge you to consider the areas of your heart where weeds have grown over and need pulling today. Invite the Lord into those places and to heal your heart from the pain. In this week’s video blog I answer questions that were submitted in regards to the sermon I preached on Sunday, August 22, 2021 on overcoming offense and living a life of innocence.

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HOW TO DEAL WITH OFFENSE: YOUR QUESTIONS ON MY LATEST SERMON ANSWERED

Question 1: How do we protect our innocence and guard our hearts and be present at the same time?

In order to protect our innocence we must first give up our judgements. We need to humble ourselves and loosen the grip on thinking we know why everyone makes the decisions that they do. I want to challenge you to consider the factors your leaders face, not just political leaders, but church leaders, school leaders, bosses, etc. Leaders make decisions that often affect a large group of people and if we assume we know their motives behind the decisions they make instead of recognizing the information and knowledge about their choice, we lose an opportunity to love them well and protect our hearts. 

Question 2: Does forgiveness mean not judging the person for what I forgave them for?

First we must acknowledge there are two kinds of judgement. One form of judgement is when you are making decisions between what is right and wrong. We make these kinds of judgments all day long; whether we should speed up or slow down at the yellow light, or eat another bowl of ice-cream. Then there are the kinds of judgements where we condemn people or think we know the intention of someone’s motives. But, the truth is only the Lord knows someone’s heart. What I am getting at is that we can forgive someone and judge their action as wrong, but we are not to condemn someone for their wrongdoing.

Question 3: How do you authentically love someone if you don’t like them? 

As a believer we are called to love the unlovely; this is our job. Yet, the Lord knew in our own human ability this would be incredibly challenging. This is why He sent His son so that we would have connection with Him. John 14:20 says, “On that day you will know that I am in My Father, and you are in Me, and I in you.” The Heavenly Father loves the world, and because He lives in us, we have been given access to His agape love. I’d propose that when we tap into the love of Christ for someone we can actually access our human compassion for the person. You might begin to ask yourself questions like, “I wonder what their story is” or “What are the events in their life that have caused them to make that decision?” The Lord will begin to reveal the gold in the unlovely, because they are His children that are made in His image — there is something to love in each one of them. 

Question 4: As a leader how do you accommodate all the different views and opinions in one Church? 

As a Church leader it is not my job to get everyone to do the same thing. My God-appointed job is to love people, teach people about Jesus, and expand the Kingdom. Now, if I teach you noble values and the scriptures and it doesn’t affect the way you vote and the choices you make I am not sure I’ve done a very good job. But, let me be clear, it doesn’t mean you’re going to vote the same way I vote. This is the beauty of the Body of Christ, there is diversity in thought, and beauty in our differences and still we can gather together with one heart and one vision to worship the King and bring heaven to earth. 

My prayer for you this week is that you would begin to experience the agape love of God. That the areas of your heart that were once offended and burdened with arrogance or bitterness would be overcome with the love of God and you would experience the compassion the Father has for each and every one of His children. May we grow and be known by our love for one another. 

Sours: https://www.krisvallotton.com/how-to-deal-with-offense

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