Bishop Jamie Englehart

Myths & Misconceptions






Lucifer and the devil, God, and control, union vs. separation, awakening to Light, Life, and Love, and approaching scripture through sonship; in this conversation, Bishop Jamie Englehart breaks down myths for truth and sheds light on many of our religious misconceptions that have been built upon separation.

Jamie’s understanding of the Kingdom of God, the New Covenant, and the heart of the Father is evident in every word he speaks.

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Derek Turner Follower of Jesus, in love with @sarahjturner, father to @caro.turn & @kaaatters, owner of Milo, pastor @rivercharlotte. Amazed by Grace

Jason Clark is a writer, speaker, and lead communicator at A Family Story ministries. His mission is to encourage sons and daughters to grow sure in the love of an always-good heavenly Father. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their three children.

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  1. Benjy

    A couple of thoughts/questions here after listening to Bishop Jamie..

    Should we infer that the ‘slave’ writers (whom God breathed upon by the way) believed Satan committed the (Noah’s Flood) instead of God? Further, that Satan sent fire and brimstone upon Sodom and Gomorrah instead of God?

    See Psalm 2 as well.

    Regarding the Serpent in the Garden: the Lie was ‘ye shall NOT die’ in response to Eve’s concern that God said ‘the day ye shall eat of THAT tree…ye shall die’.

    That was the murder. That is the kicker.

    Finally, the Bishop suggests the demonic forces(?) are physical as opposed to angelic entities. To be sure, Jesus defeated Satan at the cross and ensuing resurrection, but Jesus did NOT abolish Satan’s existence nor presence in the world.

    Your Bishop would disagree on this.

    See 2nd Corinthians 4:4. Paul is writing years after Christ defeated satan at the cross and ascended up to heaven.

    4:4–“In whom the god of this age has blinded the minds of the unbelieving, that the light of the gospel of the glory of Christ, who is the image of God should not dawn upon them..”

    We haven’t talked about the Antichrist in Revelation, have we…

    How would your bishop treat(and shocked you don’t even ask these vital questions, Jason) a scripture like..”but rather, fear him who has the power to kill the body AND cast the soul into hell”.

    Or you could have run by the Bishop the meaning of the words of Jesus: “Not everyone who says ‘Lord! Lord’! shall enter into the kingdom of heaven”, or, ‘depart from me ye workers of iniquity; I NEVER knew you’’!! Or..’cast the unprofitable servant into outter darkness ..where there is much weeping and gnashing of teeth’.

    I couldn’t believe my ears when your bishop suggested ‘Baruch’ suggested it meant (in Genesis) that God bowed the knee (!!!) to his creation!!

    And the books were opened..and the Book of Life—for your bishop to suggest this scene is relegated to just the Jewish people is nothing short of phenomenal …..

    Anyway—I have 10 more minutes to hear of this Bishop podcast, but thought I’d get these thoughts out immediately…

    Thank you for your time.


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