"Likewise, if I say that I had a vision of an angel, or encountered one or even spoke with one, but you haven’t doctrinally or experientially, come to terms with the reality of angels being in our midst, then you may not attribute it as valid. You may even tag me as someone who worships angels, seeks them for counsel, ministers under the power of, or misrepresents them in some way. In the case of the angel called “Emma,” who I described as having mother-like nurturing qualities, some have automatically assumed that my doctrine is that I believe in female angels. This has never been the case!
For whatever reason God chose to show me this angel in a female persona, He did. This isn’t to say that the angel was female. Angels are spirit and appear in many forms. Perhaps that’s the form God chose this angel to take for the purpose of the revelation He gave me. They are spirit beings of light, created out of God’s glory, without gender, and appear in whatever form God chooses to send them to us."
By now you know the drill. Please leave your answer in the comments section below. Please no google searches or cheating.
The visionary who saw "Emma" is none other than Todd Bentley, one of the leaders of the "Florida Healing Outpouring." This statement comes from a letter Bentley wrote on June 8, 2008, defending himself from charges of heresy. In responding to his critics, Bentley only proves them to be correct. Click here: Biblical Foundation for Revival « Christian Crunch
My question is "who would believe this guy?" Sounds like a load to me. But then thousands flock to his "ministry."