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Many of you have asked for it and now it’s here! Welcome everyone the latest addition to Justin Peters Ministries, THE JPM BLOG. Our blog will be the source for ministry news, updates, articles, videos plus live commentary from events Justin is attending and even personal notes while he on the road. Sign up now for a FREE email subscription and get all the up-to-date developments sent straight to your inbox.

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26 Responses to Welcome to our new blog!

  • Jacqueline Caldwell says:

    Hello Justin,

    I just want to let you know that you are truly a blessing to the body of christ. I thank God for you ministry.

  • jude brian albuquerque says:

    Dear Mr.Justin Peters,
    your Talk on a Call For Discernment was so revealing & the absolute truth. You mentioned John Hagee is o.k. but not the people he hangs out with. But what about Billy Graham & his Freemason association ? Why have you left this out?

    Brian.

  • I listened to Justin’s video re Word Faith. Very powerful and excellent presentation. My blog has been writing quite a lot about Word Faith and all other unbiblical organisations and false teachings. My blog also covers many other types of material. Please check it out and let me know if you can support and endorse it. Maybe we can work together?

    My blog is called Last Days Watchman on http://www.watchmanforjesus.blogspot.com

    I was so impressed with his video that I would like to see/listen to others. Do you have other recordings available?

    God bless

  • Dr. W.Gutowski says:

    Dear Justin,
    I am a charasmatic Pentocostal spirit filled Christian Psychiatrist. I just finished watching your video on Spiritual discernment.
    As a Christian I ask myself why someone would be doing what you are doing. You say that people thank you for helping them feel better about NOT being healed or in other ways being wounded by Charasmatic Christians. Sounds good but is that what Jesus went about doing? Is that what he taught us to do?
    In case you have not watched your own video; please do and ask yourself some very important questions:
    1. Why do you portray Charasmatics as if they do not read the Bible? There are lots of verses that clearly tell us as Christians to Mtt.10:8 “heal the sick (among other things) What about I cor. 2:4-5 “My message and preaching were not with wise and persuasive words, but with a demonstration of the Spirit’s power, so that your faith might not rest on men’s wisdom, but on god’s power.”
    2. Because all of the preachers that you criticize are human and do make mistakes, it does make them false prophets as you claim. What is the Bible criteria. Mtt. 7:16 “By their fruit you will recognize them.” Who made you a judge over them?
    3.Since sickness is not from the Devil, where does it come from,God? (Scriptural proof only, not your experience)
    4. I am a medical doctor who specialized in Psychiatry. I suffered from adult onset asthma. I went to all the medical specialists and kept getting worse until I almost died. I read James 5:14-16 to my Baptist pastor and he and the deacons anointed me with oil. I was miraculously healed by God. III Jn. 2 does say,”Dear friend, I pray that you may enjoy good health and that all may go well with you, even as your soul is getting along well.” Was that meant only for Gaius? That would be a very dangerous theology. What about the bok of Acts. Only for Theophilus?
    5. Prosperity not mentioned in Gal.3:13-14?
    Please be more respectful of fellow Christians but more important, be TRUTHFUL. You tend to twist peoples words.

  • Sysadmin says:

    Heard you on Wretched Radio with Todd Friel, wonderful interview. Look forward to hearing more about word faith moving.

  • Emily says:

    Now would be a great time to be writing a blog on a regular basis. It seems your Facebook presence continues to receive censorship- most of your group members can’t even access the group anymore (for whatever reason, it seems to be blocked). I know many, including myself, would love to continue to be updated, encouraged, and informed with Justin’s ministry. Thank you.

  • Pat Rogers says:

    Looking forward to following your blog. Thank you for everything that you have done in exposing many false teachers. The DVD set “A Call For Discernment” has been a blessing to us in so many ways, as we were once following these false ministries. God bless
    Pat Rogers

  • rina says:

    all the way from adelaide australia, love yr ministry enjoyed listening to u on brannon howse radio great godly guy, have family caught up in the word of faith its so grievious to watch. hope and pray they c thru it in time u don’t know if there really saved or just caught up in bad theology. rina

  • rina says:

    love the work you do justin, may god bless u in all u do i agree with u 100 per cent keep up the good work. our hearts go out to all the people who are caught up in this movement. love to hear from u.

  • debbie says:

    i recently watched your discernment overview and listened to it on the radio in Az. where i live and was very impressed, shocked and I thank God for having my eyes opened and His Holy Spirit using you to to do it! I was one of those blind Christians that was being taken in by the WOF movement! I was watching John Hagee, TBN, Jesse Duplantis, Perry Stone, Joel Olsteen, etc. etc. You are such an inspiration to me now and will continue to be—-i will talk to my church, and other people of what i have learned! I am hoping to have my church schedule you out here! You see, i am disabled and used to sit at home just flippin the channels to see what church channels i could watch instead of trying to get up and GO TO CHURCH—–and that is how I got hooked—-and i did not even bother to check out what they were saying because I thought—they are well known pastors and they would not teach against Jesus on TV like that! When God opened my eyes through you — I thought I would fall out of my chair—talk about hearesy! Anyway, thank you Justin, God bless you in your ministry and all that you are doing and what you have done for me. I will be sending you something to help you. Debbie in Christ.

  • Sharon says:

    I had asked to receive blog updates via email, but I have not been receiving any. Is the blog currently in effect?
    Thank you,
    Sharon

  • Chris and Jill Hanes says:

    We just wanted to say thank you for the teaching in a Call to Discernment. For years I have been concerned about my parents listening to TV preachers and had seen their strange doctrines creeping into the way they think and live. I ordered the DVD set and my husband and I watched them. We then in turn gave them to my parents. Justin delivers the Truth with such humility that God used these DVD’s to open their eyes. I have received phone calls from both my mother and father this morning, thanking me for sharing the teaching with them and both stating that this had “changed their lives”. I have found it so difficult to talk to them about these false teachers and doctrines, not knowing how to speak the Truth and yet remain respectful and submissive because they are my parents and this provided me the opportunity! They are both anxious to share the DVDs with friends at their church. May God bless you and your ministry and may He use you to bring up a new generation of men devoted to the Truth and the preaching of the Word. It is my prayer that God would open a door to bring you to our city for this much needed teaching.

  • Felicia says:

    It was such a surprise to receive a call back from you today and share with you my concerns and questions. I had no idea that tv evangelism was so off track. You just assume because it is ‘Christian’ and they are quoting scripture it was safe. Wow. God must of had mercy on me to cause things to take place in such a way that I found you on the internet. I hope and pray many others are helped by your clear and truthful teachings of what the Bible really says and does not say and how the ‘clouded’ message of WOF is subtly being taught in Christian churches today. Thank you for working so hard at helping people realize this.

  • Felicia says:

    Justin,
    I received the DVD’s you sent me “A Call for Discernment” and want you to know how sincerely grateful I am. I was in shock with what I had originally thought was ‘good’ information and instruction truly is not. I have always been a big fan of Oprah Winfrey as many are…however, I do remember one show where she went to Africa and gave back packs and supplies to thousands of orphans/refugees…children desperately looking for hope and assistance. And under a big white tent she was speaking to them about how she too was poor as a child and that if they ‘believe’ I think is how she described it, they too could be anyone they wanted to be…my concern at that time years ago and even now… wouldn’t it be reasonable to believe that every single child wanted to escape the poverty they were experiencing and why then only a few would be helped by her later when she opened a school. Did that mean then they did not believe? It hurt my heart to see thousands promised a way out and when only a few would be helped. Oprah had an impact on me as well when she promoted the philosophy promoted by the book and movie “The Secret”. I really believed it for many years, thinking that if I simply followed the steps I also would have prosperity, etc. After a year of practicing this philosophy and nothing changed I started to no longer doubt that it was my ‘fault’ but returned to my original childhood teachings of the Bible and the understanding that some things are and are not God’s Will. I could share my thoughts and experiences for many more pages, however, for now I want you to know how much I appreciate your work and efforts and helping us to understand we need to really rely on God and His Words in the Bible for our guidance and understanding. I have so much ‘unlearning’ to do, however, it’s been easier with your DVD’s. Thanks again and God Bless you and your new marriage.

  • Mike Yonce says:

    Brother Justin,

    I read your article concerning Santa Claus this morning which was posted on the Worldview Weekend website. I deeply appreciate your courage in writing on such a “controversial” subject. But for true Christians biblical truth should not be controversial, but rather the mainstay of our Christian lives. This article is the best I have read on the subject, because of its substantial historical and scriptural treatment, and the love and gentleness with which it was given. I pray it will be received and contemplated in the same spirit. Any faulty belief or practice we put aside can only help us and the cause of Christ.

    Also, I have watched your incredible video series on the Word of Faith movement twice and found it to be very enlightening, going far beyond what I already knew about the movement. I pray millions will eventually see it and many will find deliverance from this terrible heresy, and be delivered to the real Jesus Christ and Word of God.

    May God continue to richly bless your ministry for the education and edifying of the Body of Christ.

    Mike

  • Ian says:

    Justin, truly we must contend earnestly for the faith once delivered to the saints. That faith is the one the apostles had from Jesus Christ. Eph. 3:12 and Phil.3:9 both testify that the faith that we have is of God, of Christ. Our faith is in Christ; it is in God. But our faith is a gift from God. It didn’t come from someone else. Our faith has its source in God. Faith comes from hearing the word of God. Everything that we have of eternal glorious significance is from God; – Isn’t it?. He doesn’t give us things that don’t belong to Him; – Or does He? Our faith is from Him. If it is from Him surely it must be of Him. Peter says that God’s “divine power has given to us all things pertaining to life and godliness through the full knowledge of the one calling us through glory and virtue (2 Pe. 1:3). Faith is connected to divine pleasure, for without faith it is impossible to please God. This means that if we do have the faith He provides, we please Him. God is a God of divine and glorious, holy, perfect and endless pleasure. He wants us to share in that pleasure and faith is obviously His way in which we can enter into His pleasure. It is not possible without faith – His faith. That faith is to those who become as little children, guileless, pure and ready to believe all that Father says. For Jesus said, except you become as little children, you cannot enter the Kingdom of God. Yes, we must contend for the faith. But true apostolic faith is not bound up in denominationalism. It is bound up in Jesus Christ who is Lord over all, and who Himself is not subject to denominationalism. We have to get back to simplicity and purity. We have to get back to seeking God for Himself. We have to come back to Jesus and learn afresh from Him. In Him dwells all the fulness of the Godhead bodily.

  • Ian says:

    Justin, To be aflicted as you have and still hold on to Jesus is commendable. I understand that you only want God’s will to be done: if God wills to heal me He will, and if He doesn’t I won’t be healed.
    May I encourage to look at Psalm 103:1-5. Here the sweet singer of Israel, David, exhorts us to not forget all Jehovah’s benefits, which are all given freely. The first one is to do with forgiveness of sins, all of them (bar one). Is it God’s will that we be forgiven of our sins? What if He doesn’t want to forgive (release) us from them? How can we know? Well, we have no problem accepting this truth by faith. Thank God that He does willingly and freely forgive us from all sins (except blasphemy of the Holy Spirit). John tells us that we must confess our sins, that is identify with our mouth specific sins we are convicted of. Do we see those sins washed away, we don’t see with our physical eyes anything happening in the physical world to prove to us that our sins are washed away. This is the most important and most critical action of God we need in our lives more than any other. How can we be sure that our sins are washed away? We accept God’s word which is faithful. And we praise Him for it. When we take hold of God’s word firmly yet simply, we say what God says about it by faith, even though we do not see a physical action of washing, though we may well ‘feel’ clean.
    The second benefit David by the Holy Spirit says Jehovah gives us is healing all our diseases. There is no Scriptural prohibition on the healing of any disease like that of sin. God says all diseases without exception. Is it the same God? Has His power been depleted? Note that David puts no limitation on any of these benefits though Jesus and John address the unpardonable sin. Then we should ask, Did Jesus or any of His apostles put any restriction on any one of the other 4 benefits David sings about? How do we receive anything from God? Is it not by faith? What is the Bible’s definition of faith? Faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen (Heb. 11:6). Think on the words – substance – hoped for, and evidence – not seen.
    If you look at Isaiah 53:4, 5 you may note two things. The Holy Spirit lists two things that Jesus deals with (look into the Hebrew): He bore our sickness, and carried our pains; and He was wounded for our transgressions, bruised for our iniquities. Once again we have no problem about our sins being dealt with. But sins are not mentioned first, sicknesses and pains are, then sins and iniquities. Is God saying something to us here? Put aside all the things that modern preachers say about healing of diseases and ask the Father Himself in your closet what He thinks about it all. Peace in Jesus.

    Can we find any place in Scriupture

  • Hi Ian

    Please BEFORE you open up the scriptures check out the context and what the WHOLE passage is actually saying. For example Isaiah 53:4-6 which is completely talking about our sinful nature and NOT our bodies.

    “He was wounded for our TRANSGRESSIONS, He was bruised for our INIQUITIES, surely He bore our SORROWS and by His stripes we are HEALED …… and the Lord has laid on Him the iniquity of us all.

    The context is talking about SIN. Transgressions is everything to do with our wrong doing and disobedience to God, iniquities is to do with what we are or have become. It speaks of our sinful nature, i.e, a nature that tends/leans towards sin, sinful behaviour, perversion and general twistedness.

    This means that Jesus died to save us from our sinful nature and from every individual sins we have committed.

    He bore our sorrows which meant that he suffered in our place for all the misery caused by our sin and dealt with the darkness in our souls. All these things were done so that we could be saved from our sins and be brought into a close relationship with God.

    So the 4th element “we were healed by His stripes” in context MUST be referring AGAIN to our sinful state. It would not make sense (IN CONTEXT) in isolation of the other 3 for it to refer to natural healing but to spiritual healing. i.e, our separation from God has been healed. It is a healing of reconciliation.

    Of course, certain sicknesses are a direct result of sin and are often healed once sin is forgiven. Jesus said “is it easier to say your sins are forgiven, or say rise up take your mat and walk”. In that case Jesus demonstrated the effect of that persons sins being forgiven which was physical healing too.

    Word of Faith preachers use those verses (as they do in ALL their doctrines) out of context. they are very selective in what verses they teach on and NEVER show you the full context, but MAKE THE BIBLE say what they want it to say.

  • Gary says:

    I purchased you dvd “A call to discernment”. It was an eye opener and I have told everyone about your ministry. Do you have these facts in written form that we could purchase?

  • Don Miller says:

    Mr Peters,

    The LORD put me through some discipline and because of it I sought out a church and ended up in a very small non-denomination church last summer with 12-18 others. The pastor’s endorsement of Ken Copeland disturbed me and so I mentioned it but the pastor said Copeland needed the $20 million jet to save flight time. I didn’t agree. Just last week I began to do some study and found out where the pastor get’s some of his “theology” and I sent him emails citing heretical teachings and blatant blasphemy from Copeland and other WOF teachers.
    Thanks for your work in the body. I’ve emailed him your overview and warned him and a couple of others that teaching the SDJ lie will lead them into outer darkness. Keep the faith. the LORD is surely working through you. God Bless

  • Benita says:

    Please send me info on your South Africa Tour with your “a call for discernment” conference/teachings. Thanks.

  • C.M. Cole says:

    I just discovered your videos on UTube, possibly through listening to something else from Wretched Radio, and seeing it on the side as “possibly related” or however it’s listed.

    Wow, I cannot thank you enough for the time and attention you gave to creating those timely and important messages. The Lord will continue to use them for years, I am sure, especially since the problem increases, rather than decreases.

    I praise the Lord for the Internet, and my exposure to such great messages. I live in a rural location, and choice of congregations are very slim – many being in agreement with the “word faith” and propsperity preaching. The small church we attend is sadly lacking in the sermon department, but we pray that the Lord will use us in whatever way He can. The only bonus is that they continue to follow the Lectionary, so we do hear the Word read weekly.

  • Valeri Len says:

    I believe everything wrote was very logical. But, consider this, suppose you added a little content? I mean, I don’t want to tell you how to run your blog, however what if you added a headline that grabbed folk’s attention? I mean Welcome to our new blog! is a little plain. You ought to look at Yahoo’s front page and note how they write news headlines to grab people to click. You might add a video or a related pic or two to get people interested about everything’ve got to say. Just my opinion, it would bring your posts a little bit more interesting.

  • nancy says:

    THANK YOU ! THANK YOU ! THANK YOU ! Our Lord Jesus has used you mightily in my family, i am forever grateful for your heart towards God’s people. The way you show God’s love to people in truth and compassion is something ssssoooo needed today.
    May God keep His wonderful hand upon you and prosper you in spreading good seed and may it keep falling upon good ground.