TD Jakes: ‘That’s the Spot Where Your Water Turns to Wine, Let it Out, Let it Out’

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T.D. Jakes is best known for false teaching on the Trinity. He teaches a heresy known as modalism, which denies the biblical teaching of One God, Three Persons, and instead replaces three distinct persons with three separate manifestations.

In this video below, you can see this charlatan telling a man to “let it out, let it out” over and over, then he says, “that’s the spot where your water turns to wine.” Of course, it was only Christ who performed that miracle, and it certainly wasn’t in response to a false prophet yelling “let it out.”

This is pure emotional manipulation.



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