I searched for anything by Ray Hughes on the subject of sound and healing, and came across this set of teaching CD’s on the Elijah list by Ray Hughes, JoAnn McFatter and David Van Koevering entitled: Quantum Physics, Music and the Prophetic. But they cost $70 for the complete set.
But David Van Koevering has a number of short videos on YouTube, so here’s one (Light, Sound and Matter) where he mentions Ray Hughes being healed of ringing in his ears using a frequency machine and where he says, and I quote, “God is going to raise up an army, within the church, for alternative medicines… you have in your congregations people that are already talking about frequencies. You’re looking at a man who is more concerned about frequencies for health and healing than I am frequencies for communications.”
Clearly, he believes that science is showing how God designed the universe to function for our health. The question is, is this true. Count me as skeptical on this.
I also found that Dr. Michael Brown interviewed Steve Hill on his radio show on Tuesday (available here). At 12:45 into the podcast, Steve Hill says this:
This just came in from a major leader of a major church that’s spreading everywhere. This is a direct quote.
“If you’re not having fun it’s not God. He set you free to have fun. If it’s work, you’re under the law. Grace is nothing but fun. You don’t have to pray an hour a day. Your pastor doesn’t so why should you? It doesn’t matter if you pray or fast. You can’t make anything happen. It was already finished on the cross. You can’t bind or loose anything. Nothing you do matters. All you have to do is let things happen and then enjoy life.”
Now Steve Hill doesn’t name this leader, but I think his point is that this is not a fringe group that is saying things like this. And that was my point in mentioning Beni Johnson in my last post — not to attack her, but simply to say that, in her case at least, that the idea of sounds and frequencies can produce healings is also spreading to major leaders.