Joyce Meyer is into the Word of Faith movement (Prosperity, Name it and Claim it) (see articles below). She also teaches that she is not a sinner, that the atonement of Christ on the cross was not complete, that all believers will attend the Great White Throne Judgment, and Christ had to be born again in hell.
The following are some of the false teachings of Joyce Meyer (Meyer's comments are in a teal colored box, my comments in plain text and scriptures in teal and indented).
From one of Joyce Meyer's booklets (The Most Important Decision You Will Ever Make, by Joyce Meyer, Tulsa: Harrison House 1991, chapter 4):
"During that time He entered hell, where you and I deserved to go (legally) because of our sin. He paid the price there . . . no plan was too extreme . . . Jesus paid on the cross and in hell" (pg. 35).
"God rose up from His throne and said to demon powers tormenting the sinless Son of God, 'Let Him go.' Then the resurrection power of Almighty God went through hell and filled Jesus . . . He was resurrected from the dead -- the first born-again man" (pg. 36).
"There is no hope of anyone going to heaven unless they believe this truth I am presenting. You cannot go to heaven unless you believe with all your heart that Jesus took your place in hell" (pg 37)
This "Jesus was born again in hell" message is the same message taught by Joyce Meyer's mentors and others in the Word of Faith movement:
Note: Meyer revised portions of the above booklet in her 2nd printing in May 1993 and in 1996 and changed some of the words but the same false teachings can still be found so she is still teaching the same message. The first edition was never recalled nor has she admitted any error within it.
What does scripture say about Jesus paying for our sins in hell and being born again in hell:
And a little bit later on his last breath cried out in a loud voice:
Does this sound like Jesus had to go to hell first or God sent him there after receiving him?
Did Jonah go to hell when the whale swallowed him? No. He was divinely protected by God.
Click here to see Joyce Meyer's Erroneous Teaching on the Judgment of Believers (Feb. 8, 2004)
Joyce Meyer also claims she is not a sinner ("What Happened from the Cross to The Throne?" an audio by Joyce Meyer. This is no longer available but the same message as given by Copeland/Kenyon)
"All I was ever taught to say was, 'I, a poor, miserable sinner.' I am not poor. I am not miserable. And I am not a sinner. That is a lie from the pit of hell!"
What does the bible say about this:
Joyce Meyer's show cancelled on Larry Rice's KNLC (Channel 24) due to her lavish lifestyle ($2.5 million home and the $100,000 Mercedes-Benz ) and false teachings. He also canceled contracts with Kenneth Copeland and Jesse Duplantis and considering cancelling all those who teach on the prosperity doctrine.
Joyce Meyer's radio and TV messages appear quite benign--that is until you buy her books or tapes and that is where her scriptural errors are more readily perceived. So if you are listening to her program and enamored by her teachings you might want to dig a little deeper for the truth.
Endtime Prophets gets about 3 times as many hits from people searching for Joyce Meyer than any other false teacher or false prophet on this site. It's obvious a lot of people are concerned with her teachings?
The author of this site listens to Joyce Meyer occasionally on TBN to find more false teachings but she can't even listen for 5 minutes without hearing scripture being taken out of context. If you are having concerns about her teachings just record her programs and then stop the tape and read the verses she quotes in context (read the whole chapter to see what it's really about ) and you should be able to see that she is taking scripture out of context and not following the true meaning of Scripture.
Joyce Meyer is a false teacher (along with all other Word of Faith teachers), because she is preaching a false Christ and a false gospel.
Joyce Meyer is also among those who claim Jesus Died Spiritually (along with Kenneth Hagin, Kenneth Copeland, Jan Crouch, et. al.) see : Jesus Did NOT Die Spiritually.
Joyce Meyer - False Teacher A collection of quote from Joyce Meyer exposing her false teachings.
DID JESUS DIE SPIRITUALLY? is an article by Dr. Hobart E. Freeman TH.D and is one of the best I've seen yet analyzing the "Jesus Died Spiritually," "Jesus redeemed Man in Hell," "Jesus became Sin on the Cross," etc., heresies. This article is quite long because the author goes into great detail exposing the false theology of every verse used to support this false teaching. The author does not mention names but Kenneth Copeland and Joyce Meyer are two of those teaching this heresy.
See also Jesus Did NOT Die Spiritually on this site. A collection of Quotes from Hank Hanegraaff's book Christianity in Crisis re the theory that Jesus died in Hell
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