28 December 2011

Beth Moore is Seeing Visions & Moving Mountains with Her Words

Yes, that's right, God is speaking to Beth Moore and giving her visions:

And, interestingly, that supposed vision of the "Church as Jesus sees it" includes the Roman Catholic "denomination:"


In this clip, we hear Moore teaching a little bit of positive confession as she talks about God teaching her to move mountains with her words.


HT: Apprising Ministries

SEE ALSO:
Beth Moore Recommends "Jesus Calling" Book Claiming Direct Divine Revelation (Apprising Ministries)
SBC Lifeway Bible Teacher Beth Moore Praising Apostate Mystic and Contemplative Prayer (Apprising Ministries)
James MacDonald Thinks Beth Moore Studies are "Pretty Phenomenal"

6 comments:

  1. I had seen that clip of her saying Jesus took her up and showed her the world in HIS dimension a few days ago. I was impacted greatly by it: horrified, aghast, astounded would be words to describe my thoughts and feelings when I heard that from Mrs Moore... and days later I am still feeling that way.

    She literally said that God somehow mentally or emotionally or spiritually (Whether it was in the body or out of the body I do not know) took her into a dimension above the world to show her how Jesus sees His bride, effectively saying she was seeing thru Jesus eyes. Didn't satan do that to Jesus, take Him up and show to Him all the world's kingdoms? (Mt 4:8) Didn't the Lord lift up Paul and show Him things, but which no man is permitted to tell? (2 Cor 12:4). Apparently women are, though.

    We don't need to listen to individuals who say they have had a vision of being lifted up into His dimension, when Jesus came into OUR dimension to tell us, all of us. I'm grieved daily that people increasingly show us by their acceptance of heaping up these teachers who tickle the ears that His intrusion into our dimension was not enough. Now we must go to His, and come back and tell.

    I see these things being said from people within what was once a conservative denomination, and I see and hear others even in churches around me here in GA saying similar, and I wonder, 'have they all gone mad??' but the answer is yes, I fear. It is as though as the Lord lifts His hand the delusion that will come upon the whole world is infiltrating even now (2 Thessalonians 2:9-12).

    If you don't mind I think I'll post the clip of Mrs Moore saying God showed her the church thru Jesus eyes in His dimension on my blog and write about it, seeing as I've written about Mrs Moore previously, this would be (another) good follow up.

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  2. Remember the saying “Wonderful things in the bible I see especially those put there by you and by me”~~

    Beth Moore is doing the classical taking texts out of their contexts. I see more and more people doing this because they are not reading the entire passage.

    Didn't Jesus just finish telling us where to put our faith?? It's just before Beth lifts the verse out of context. the most important part of the context-"In GOD"-
    Mark 11:22 "Have [f] faith in God," Jesus answered. Mar 11:23 "I tell you the truth, if anyone says to this mountain, 'Go, throw yourself into the sea,' and does not doubt in his heart but believes that what he says will happen, it will be done for him.


    Thanks for posting this and having a heart for people who need to turn back to having their hearts fully devoted to the pure word of God and not in people..

    that they may see their error and repent and be restored to the joy of God's salvation

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  3. Beth Moore would be wise to look up Romans 16:17-18. Who is she serving with her lies and deception? Obvious to those that actually read the Bible and take it word for word, as opposed to her "visions". She is a tool of the evil one.

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  4. Elizabeth,
    I saw your post at your site and have to thank you for posting it - it is well done. I see that Ken Silva picked it up as well. Ken made the video clips above (hence the "HT" back to Apprising). Of course, nobody likes it when someone speaks against the "anointed" Beth Moore, as I'm sure you've already discovered. Get ready to receive some...interesting feedback, if you haven't already!

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  5. JM,
    Yes, unfortunately more and more people are taking Scripture out of context. When they do that they can avoid the truth, conviction, and can continue to follow their own sinful and deceitful hearts, but do so with so-called "biblical" support. How sad and tragic.

    Anonymous,
    Amen.

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  6. EBenz, thank you for checking the blog and for the compliment. Any comment I get can't be any worse than I've already received from my church leadership...the reaction I received inured me to any future vitriol. In 'Blogville they say - that the blogger's heart grew three sizes that day. And then - the true meaning of contending came through, the blogger found the strength of *ten* bloggers, plus two!'

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