Sunday, December 12, 2010

December 10th Show: Right and Wrong Kingdoms

"And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come. – Matt 24:14
Jesus was very clear of what this gospel of the kingdom was. He said, “My kingdom is not of this world.” His subjects are the citizens of the kingdom who are not of this world either. They are the strangers and pilgrims who are rejected by this present world and wait for the return of the King who is to set up His kingdom. In the meantime the god of this world is satan and his subjects are ruling.
The Roman Catholic Church historically believed that their Magisterium with the pope as the head and vicar of Christ ruled over the secular powers as Christ’s representatives on earth. They did not believe in the kingdom to come but wanted the kingdom now. Their hierarchy of so-called priests, cardinals, and popes ruled over one another; a total reverse of Jesus’ instructions that His disciples would not lord it over one another.
Today the NAR, New Apostolic Reformation with C. Peter Wagner at the head, are in a struggle with the ruling powers and principalities of this world to “take it for Christ.” They are putting the cart before the horse and joining with other “Christian” organizations to try and put their own people in power such as Sarah Palin. In their selfish ambition, they desire to rule over others in their new hierarchy of apostles and prophets.
One of their so-called prophetesses had a vision of the horses she said God is releasing to bring them the power to accomplish their takeover. Her silly prophecy was published by the Elijah List, the umbrella group of today’s false prophets whom Jesus prophesied would be in abundance before His return.
“Many are saying that they feel a tangible change and excitement in the air,” wrote Elijah List publisher Steve Shultz. “God is up to something BIG, even for this year we're still in. ‘Wow’ to this prophetic word of the hour by Eileen Fisher. It's a must read for the Body. The Spirit was hovering all over her as she gave it... that's for sure. Like Eileen shares below: this land is getting ripe and ready for revival and God's horses of revival are being released. (emphasis in original)

And then Eileen Fisher’s prophecy that she gave November 16, 2010 at the Prophetic School of the Holy Spirit in Colorado Springs, CO, that says in part:
“You are releasing Your horses of revival. They are carrying the anointing, Father, in the saddle bags of glory and mercy. Father, we thank You for the horses that are being released by the Spirit tonight. Father, we thank You that they are going to go throughout our land. Their hoofs are going to go in the Spirit and are going to stomp and crush the plans of the enemy. We thank You that they are coming with fire in their mouths and that they are going to breathe down and melt and dissolve the plans and the schemes of the enemy. We thank You that the saddle is empty because You are putting Your Bride on that saddle. Your Bride is going to learn to rule and reign.”

Yet, the only horses these people are going to see are the four horsemen of the apocalypse who come to carry God’s judgment upon them and all those who dwell on the earth after the true church is taken out of the way in the rapture.
Charles Spurgeon predicted that “a time will come when instead of shepherds feeding the sheep, the church will have clowns entertaining the goats.” Well that day is here.
These new false apostles and prophets are too many to list. However, if you saw the group of men and women who commissioned Todd Bentley to be the vessel of the third wave of the spirit in Lakeland, Florida, you can see the leaders. They include Rick Joyner, Che Ahn, Bill Johnson, Wendy Alec, Wes & Stacey Campbell, John & Carol Arnott and others. To identify the NAR leaders who are truly cult leaders, here is a list of their traits: (Source: )
1) They believe that God is restoring the office of prophet and apostles to the church.

2) Claim that they alone have the power and authority to execute the plans and purposes of God.

3) Believe they are building a new foundation for a global church.

4) Believe they will literally establish the Kingdom of Heaven on earth.
Believe in the formation of Joel's Army.

5) Place an inordinate emphasis on angels and the supernatural.

6) Claim extra biblical revelations that can not be scripturally proven
(progressive revelation).

7) Claim that God is doing a "new thing".

8) Frequently say that those not accepting their teaching are "Putting God in a box".

9) Teach that we should never question their authority.

10) They use the term "Touch not God's anointed" frequently when questions are raised.

11) They peg those that question their authority as bound by religion, legalistic, divisive, narrow minded, rebellious, and demonic.

12) Place a greater emphasis on dreams, visions and extra-biblical revelation than they do on the word of God.

13) They believe they will be the corporate incarnation of Christ.

14) They believe they will execute judgment upon those who oppose them (up to and including death).

15) They believe in a one world religion operating in sync with a one world government.

16) They believe in complete unity and believe that there is nothing they can not accomplish through this unity.

17) They believe they can bring Heaven down to earth.

18) They believe that we will be perfected here on earth (manifested sons of god).

19) They believe in aggressively organizing small group networks.

20) They believe in the organization of apostles under pre-eminent apostles.

21) They believe that ALL local churches must be under the authority of a regional or trans-local apostle.

22) They believe each city must have an apostle who has extraordinary authority in spiritual matters over other Christian leaders in the same city.

23) They consider themselves divine, little gods and equal to Christ.

24) They consider themselves the "Defenders of the Faith".

25) Place a great deal of emphasis on mysticism and hidden knowledge
26) Do not believe in the rapture (or believe the wicked are the ones that will be raptured). Most of them believe in Preterism.

27) Stress unity over doctrine and reject the literal interpretation of the Bible.


  1. Thank God, He brought me out of that deception!

  2. Please pray for me and my church. Some of its leaders are steeped into this stuff. It tears my heart apart. BTW, we are a Nazarene Church.

    - Michael