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Revival and Restoration Group: Another Coconut Monkey Trap

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I remember one time in the 'chapel' at Indiana and LCM was up the front 'heart sharing'. He began playing with a very expensive turquoise looking bracelet around his wrist, slightly pulling his sleeve up to show it off. I immediately felt nauseous. I spoke years later to Wayne Clapp about this and he mentioned he had had a similar experience. LCM,VPW...they were 'packing something' alright ! My guess is many of those demons they show cased in AOS....kinda makes me wonder about the Kenneth Copelands, Creflo Dollar, Hagen etc...

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2 hours ago, waysider said:

That's probably why he enlisted the aid of armed bodyguards or why, on at least one documented occasion, a loaded gun was kept under the podium in the BRC..

Way, or perhaps VPW had some mentally unstable body guards.

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2 hours ago, Allan said:

I remember one time in the 'chapel' at Indiana and LCM was up the front 'heart sharing'. He began playing with a very expensive turquoise looking bracelet around his wrist, slightly pulling his sleeve up to show it off. I immediately felt nauseous. I spoke years later to Wayne Clapp about this and he mentioned he had had a similar experience. LCM,VPW...they were 'packing something' alright ! My guess is many of those demons they show cased in AOS....kinda makes me wonder about the Kenneth Copelands, Creflo Dollar, Hagen etc...

Nah. If these guys had really believed all that shtuff about devil spirits and the *law of believing* they wouldn't have felt the need for armed protection. Gun culture was really big in The Way back in the 1970's. Why is that? Could it have had something to do with VPW's ties to radical white supremacy groups? "Believing for thee, handguns for me" should have been their motto.

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On 1/17/2020 at 9:03 PM, JohnR said:

I like the total of 1 comment at the very bottom of their web page. But I must say...I really like the comment. LOL :biglaugh:

Welcome back, John.

I hope you've been well.

Did you ever get any feedback on from your comment on the R&R website? 

Any idea how many people go there to listen to their ramblings?

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Hello, John R.  

 

I think they're so used to NOT having a chance to comment, to NOT having a voice, that few know there's an option to comment or reply, and about as many know they can check to read if there HAVE been comments. 

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"YOU have hurt so many, many people when you were top leaders in TWI and I have never heard any public apologies! I can give you specific examples in case you forgot what you have done to harm people through the years. You were awful, horrible people who blindly followed grave error while quoting these same scriptures to the lives of those good people you cast out."

 

Just in case they decide to delete the original, here's the comment cut-and-pasted.

https://revivalandrestoration.org/teachings/the-mystery-living-and-real

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I don't come here that often any more...is this 'Revival & Restoration' group another splinter group? New as of 2017? Just another bunch of 'enlightened' knuckleheads

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3 hours ago, Oakspear said:

I don't come here that often any more...is this 'Revival & Restoration' group another splinter group? New as of 2017? Just another bunch of 'enlightened' knuckleheads

Pretty much.

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When they supposedly tried to confront the twi bod, the claim was to try to change twi.  This might be believed, except....

-Someone mentioned plans to start up some other group over a year before the big meeting.

-Someone registered the domain name "revival and restoration" several months before the big meeting.

They already had plans for a new group before they ever met with the bod.  Don't fool yourself into thinking otherwise.

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On 2/11/2020 at 3:47 PM, Oakspear said:

I don't come here that often any more...is this 'Revival & Restoration' group another splinter group? New as of 2017? Just another bunch of 'enlightened' knuckleheads

If you're interested, they've been discussed in several threads.

"Splintering and Subjugating as night follows day." Splinter Cults are WORSE not better."  "Revival and Restoration."  "R&R Group- too late, sycophants already taken." Might this be why the moneyhands were M&A?"    There may have been others.

https://www.greasespotcafe.com/ipb/topic/24900-splintering-and-subjugatingas-night-follows-day/

https://www.greasespotcafe.com/ipb/topic/24827-splinter-cults-are-worsenot-better/

https://www.greasespotcafe.com/ipb/topic/24457-revival-and-restoration/

https://www.greasespotcafe.com/ipb/topic/24586-rr-group-too-late-cult-sycophants-already-taken/

 

https://www.greasespotcafe.com/ipb/topic/24458-might-this-be-why-the-moneyhands-were-ma/

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