“God” tells NAR “prophet” about Dominionist Seven Mountains plans

The New Apostolic Reformation is not an organization. These are networks of “apostles” and “prophets” who believe the Second Apostolic Age is here. This means the age of denominations has passed and it is these “anointed” apostles and prophets who are to govern the church.

From the NAR we have such luminaries as C. Peter Wagner, James Goll, Mike Bickle, Bill Johnson, Mark Chironna, Brian Simmons, Cindy Jacobs, and many others.

These people are Dominionists–they believe Christ cannot or will not come back until Christians have taken control of the earth.

Cindy Jacobs actually told a rapt congregation that the Lord’s Prayer is really about Dominionism. [1]

NAR adherents believe gaining societal control for Christ means dominating the Seven Mountains (spheres) of Culture.

Now, just as “God” showed Cindy Jacobs the Lord’s Prayer is about Dominionism, Lana Vawser, another false prophet, is claiming God told her this:

“Suddenly I heard the words ‘Seven mountains of culture’ (media, education, arts, religion, business, government, family). ‘I want to release My people into these seven mountains to bring LIFE to these mountains and see My nation TURNED AROUND, but My people must be in position.'” [2]

The Seven  Mountain mandate is an NAR construct.

But “God” had more words for Lana Vawser:

“I am calling My people to come before Me and to ask Me what part they have to play in the seven mountains of culture. For I am releasing My people that are positioned in great acceleration into these mountains in the United States to bring about a demonstration of MY GLORY STORY! My STORY of reconciliation, of repentance, of restitution, of restoration, of rebuilding, of healing.

“I am releasing specific Kingdom keys right now into the hearts of My people with specific insight into how I will use them in this nation to bring about great change. It is NOT over. The story has not reached the end. I want to do something new, something glorious, but My people must enquire of Me and not abort that which I want to release. My people must continue to cry out.” (emphasis Vawser’s and “God’s”) [3]

It is apparent the NAR recently made great progress in terms of exposure and influence in the Assemblies of God denomination through the Empowered21 organization’s recent Jerusalem gathering. [4]

Non-Pentecostal Christians should not be casual about the NAR, because this movement may well enter the unlikeliest of churches and denominations through politics and other means. [5]

Source Notes:

1. http://mywordlikefire.com/2015/05/16/god-showed-cindy-jacobs-the-lords-prayer-is-really-about-dominionism/

2. Lana Vawser, United States, You are Pregnant with a Glory Story and Destiny Gates are Opening, Elijah List Newsletter, 5/25/15

3. Ibid.

4. http://mywordlikefire.com/2015/05/21/assemblies-of-god-exposed-to-new-apostolic-reformation-through-empowered21/

5. Marsha West, http://www.renewamerica.com/columns/mwest/111011

New Apostolic Reformation leader’s unstable foundation

For such men are false apostles, deceitful workers, disguising themselves as apostles of Christ. (2 Corinthians 11:13)


Since C. Peter Wagner essentially founded the NAR, and has mentored Cindy Jacobs and many others, it is important to briefly examine his own theology—which is, frankly, a train wreck.

Wagner is willing to work with “apostles” who don’t believe in the Trinitarian God. Wagner has acknowledged there are some NAR leaders who are Oneness Pentecostals. [1]

Thus, when Wagner writes about a “lighter doctrinal load in the Second Apostolic Age” [2] this apparently extends to cooperating with those who hold to the heretical Oneness understanding.

Wagner himself aligns with open theism, the blasphemous belief that God does not necessarily have foreknowledge of all things. [3]

New Apostolic Reformation figures such as Mike Bickle of IHOP-KC, Bill Johnson of Bethel Redding, Chuck Pierce, Cindy Jacobs, James Goll, Mark Chironna and others have not brought unity, but a Dominionist garden of aberrant teaching, a fascination with visions and dreams and alleged prophecies—prophecies which, in contradiction to scripture, are not even expected to always be accurate.

The NAR is all about Wagner’s “lighter doctrinal load,” and all too often, the revelations of a false “Holy Spirit.”

1. C. Peter Wagner, Changing Church: How God Is Leading His Church Into The Future, (Published by Regal Books From Gospel Light, Ventura, Ca., USA 2004), pp. 157-158
2. Ibid., p. 152
3. Ibid., pp. 153-154

Fake (or demonic) Glory Feather Cloud from an “Apostolic and Prophetic” ministry

“Look at the feathers, man! Look at the feathers!” (52 seconds in video)

Jeff Jansen leads Global Fire Ministries International, which is described as “Apostolic and Prophetic.” [1] The website claims, “Jeff flows in a strong prophetic and miracle healing anointing that releases the tangible Glory of God everywhere he goes.” [2]

Jansen’s alleged glory feather cloud is somewhat similar to the glory cloud (?) which occurred in Bill Johnson’s church some years ago. [3]

There is another similarity as well. In 2012, Bill and Beni Johnson each contributed chapters from their own books to The Physics of Heaven. Co-authored by Ellyn Davis and Bill Johnson’s personal assistant, Judy Franklin, with the Foreword by Bethel’s Kris Vallotton, the book is shocking in terms of its New Age/quantum mysticism implications.

Referring to the eleven contributors to The Physics of Heaven, co-author Ellyn Davis stated:

“[The contributors of the book] all agree that the next move of God will cause a shift at the deepest level of who we are—perhaps the very “vibrational level” that the New Age movement has been exploring. They also all agree that there are precious truths hidden in the New Age that belong to us as Christians and need to be extracted from the worthless.” [4]

Co-author Judy Franklin wrote, “This book is just a precursor to the revelation that God is going to give us when He releases a new, transforming sound.” [5]

As noted in The New Age Propensities of Bethel Church’s Bill Johnson, The Physics of Heaven “describes what God is supposedly going to bring about. A theme of the book is that God may somehow bestow incredible power on believers through vibrations/sounds/frequencies/energies, with “sound” mentioned a number of times throughout the book.” [6]

Note the commonality with Jansen’s expectations. Jansen wrote,

“The sound of the roar of the Lion of the Tribe of Judah is being released upon this generation. It will change and restore everything it touches right down to the core structure or subatomic level. That sound creates breakthrough, which enables transformation in regions, revealing the true intentions and purposes of God. Now, in our time, a generation must wake up from its slumber and rise to release the fresh, new sound of Heaven on the planet.” [7]

Jansen predicts,

“In this season, a new sound is being released upon the earth again, and that sound is ushering in a new era in the glory of God in nation transformation. The Lion of the Tribe of Judah is roaring again, unleashing His furious sound through a supernatural family.” [8]

New Age “Christianity” continues to rise.

For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but wanting to have their ears tickled, they will accumulate for themselves teachers in accordance with their own desires, and will turn away their ears from the truth and will turn aside to myths. (1 Timothy 4:3-4)

Source Notes:

1. http://globalfireministries.com/jeff-jansen-ministries

2. Ibid.

3. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ew0Dk1qdAa4

4. Ellyn Davis, The Physics of Heaven (Crossville, TN: Double Portion Publishing, Kindle Edition, 2013), Kindle location: 477

5. Judy Franklin, The Physics of Heaven, op. cit., Kindle location: 188.

6. http://www.lighthousetrailsresearch.com/blog/?p=15508  (Go to: Quantum Sounds?)

7. Jeff Jansen, Unleashing The Furious Sound of Glory: The Roar of Power and Love That Transforms The Earth, Elijah List Newsletter, 5/22/15

8. Ibid.

Assemblies of God exposed to New Apostolic Reformation through Empowered21

A few comments, observations, and a question or two for Assemblies of God General Superintendent George Wood and his E21 co-chair, Billy Wilson of Oral Roberts University:

Sit under the teaching, gifting, and anointing of the world’s top Spirit-empowered pastors, leaders, and teachers. –E21 promotional for Jerusalem 2015 event [1]

In the past few years we have seen a dilution of biblical doctrine occurring throughout the Body of Christ. Now, it seems anything called “Jesus”—The Shack and Jesus Calling come to mind—is welcomed without question by huge numbers of Christians.

Is the same thing happening in terms of the Holy Spirit? Are increasing numbers in the visible church beginning to place less emphasis on doctrine in order to facilitate Spirit-empowered unity?

This brings us to the Empowered21 organization:

“Could the world experience a second Pentecost? That’s the hope of a global movement called Empowered21, with organizers setting their sights on Jerusalem, where the first Pentecost took place.” [2] (bold mine)

A second Pentecost?

Empowered21’s Vision Statement explains the organization’s highest goal: “That every person on earth would have an authentic encounter with Jesus Christ through the power and presence of the Holy Spirit…By Pentecost 2033.” [3]

The E21 organization is now positioned to guide millions of Pentecostals and Charismatics around the globe. Visibility and influence is accelerating through two key E21 gatherings, the first in Amman, Jordan (May 15-16); the second in Jerusalem (May 20-25).

As noted, E21’s Global Council is co-chaired by Billy Wilson, President of Oral Roberts University, and Dr. George Wood, General Superintendent of the Assemblies of God.

Assemblies of God leader George Wood’s high level involvement in Empowered21 means Assemblies of God participation at these events is a certainty. The Jerusalem events will be live streamed over the internet, and literally millions of AG members could be watching.

According to Global Council co-chair Billy Wilson, “We are serving the entire Spirit-empowered movement from charismatic Catholics to non-denominational Christians to historic Pentecostals, uniting them together for a fresh outpouring of God’s Spirit in our generation.” [4] (italics mine)

Charismatic Catholic Oreste Pesare is an E21 Global Council Leader. [5] Pesare heads the International Catholic Charismatic Renewal Services, (ICCRS) and still bows to the Pope, and to Catholic teaching. [6]

Pesare notes, “We are Catholics. Our faith is not just based on the Holy Scriptures but also we have a tradition in the Church so the popes and the bishops and the institution of the Church…codified things to the people of God through documents.” [7]

Thus Empowered21 is ecumenical in nature.

While a number of E21 Leaders (Word of Faith preacher Kenneth Copeland and others) are problematic, the focus here will primarily be on those who are under the New Apostolic Reformation umbrella, either in E21 Leadership or as speakers/teachers at E21’s Jerusalem2015 Conference.

The Jerusalem gathering almost seems designed as a public relations bonanza for the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR), and this global exposure could serve to draw many Christians who are unfamiliar with the teachings of this movement.

Spreading like black oil upon a blue sea, the NAR seems poised to flow far beyond Pentecostal and Charismatic circles.

What exactly is the New Apostolic Reformation?  It “is a new religious movement led by men and women who claim to be prophets and apostles. They claim they have authority and functions akin to those of the Old Testament prophets and Christ’s apostles. All Christians are expected to submit to their leadership and receive their new revelations. In this way they plan to form the church into a miracle-working army. This army will transform society and prepare the way for God’s kingdom to be established on earth,” states R. Douglas Geivett. [8]

Pay close attention to yourself and to your teaching; persevere in these things, for as you do this you will ensure salvation both for yourself and for those who hear you. (1 Timothy 4:16)

The Assemblies of God denomination officially opposes a number of major NAR teachings including Dominionism (the belief the Body of Christ will take control of the earth before Christ returns), [9] and strategic level spiritual warfare (that demonic hierarchies or principalities in a specific area must be identified and prayerfully combatted before the gospel can effectively progress). [10]

Furthermore, Assemblies of God rejects the very bedrock teaching of the NAR, that modern day apostles and prophets must govern the church. [11]

With so many powerful NAR figures in key positions, why is Assemblies of God leader Dr. George Wood the Global Council co-chair of Empowered21? What kind of message does this send?

A highly placed source states AG leadership feels it is important to be involved in order to have biblical impact on those at the E21 event. This is admirable, but it seems a certainty the conference will increase NAR’s sphere of influence.

Continued participation in the NAR-favored E21 renders Assemblies of God official opposition to NAR theology meaningless and irrelevant. A number of AG churches are already receptive to NAR concepts and personalities. 

…Christians should flatly reject the New Apostolic Reformation’s teachings and those who choose to be associated with it. – gotquestions.org

Can two walk together except they be agreed? (Amos 3:3)

NAR heavyweights Bill Johnson and “prophet” Cindy Jacobs are in E21 Leadership, [12] and Jacobs herself is a high profile teacher/speaker at the conference.

Cindy Jacobs was not only a featured speaker (along with George Wood and four others) at the Amman, Jordan event, but is the co-chair of the Jerusalem2015 Prophecy and The End Times Ministry Track. [13]

Here is a good example why Christians should be very concerned that she has such prominence in E21. Several years ago, speaking before a rapt audience, Cindy Jacobs put her heretical NAR spin on the Lord’s Prayer.

According to Jacobs:
1. “…and God showed me [The Lord’s Prayer] was a prayer and every part of the prayer is an element on how to reform and transform a nation.” [14]

2. The Lord’s Prayer “is the prayer of intercession that will help bring into manifestation the original Genesis Mandate to fill, subdue, multiply and have dominion in the earth.” [15]

3. “So we have authority to reverse the Genesis curse of poverty and death. Not only do we have the power to do so, we have the mandate. You have to understand this.” [16]

4. “This was our commission in the Garden and it never changed…and so, because we didn’t understand our commission sin came into the world and it began to deteriorate the ability we had to steward the earth.” (emphasis mine) [17]

“Dominion theology consistently usurps Millennium promises and tries to apply it to the present age in order to justify its agenda to transform society into the Kingdom of God on earth,” writes apologist Al Dager. [18]

So Jacobs, a false prophet, will be leading the Prophecy and The End Times Ministry Track, despite her aberrant NAR eschatology.

She is also prominent in the How To Pray And Intercede Effectively Ministry Track, [19] even though she believes cities and nations must have demonic strongholds identified and attacked through prayer before the gospel can be effectively delivered.

While this is not to dispute the existence of territorial spirits, nowhere in the Bible do Christians come against hierarchical or territorial spirits in order to remove them from areas. In the Bible, God’s people prayed that people, not territories, would be delivered from demonic spirits.

This NAR prayer strategy has changed the understanding of many in terms of spreading the gospel.

The founder and Grand Poohbah of the New Apostolic Reformation is C. Peter Wagner. It was C. Peter Wagner who first declared the age of denominations had passed, and the Second Apostolic Age had finally arrived, when apostles and prophets could once again govern the Body of Christ.

C. Peter Wagner also got the ball rolling in terms of strategic level spiritual warfare. He writes, “When the demonic obstacles are cleared away, the church can grow. Unbelievers are no longer blinded by the god of this age, and they can hear and respond to the gospel.” [20]

This approach has been implemented by the NAR in numerous locales. Referring to the effort in Resistencia, Argentina, Wagner states, “[O]ur friend Cindy Jacobs helped design and manage the strategic-level spiritual warfare phase of the project.” [21]

While Jacobs is the co-chair of the Jerusalem2015 Prophecy and The End Times Ministry Track, the other co-chair, Tom Hess of Jerusalem House of Prayer, is an NAR apostle. [22]

The co-chair of the How To Pray And Intercede Effectively Ministry Track is NAR mover and shaker, Faytene Grassechi. [23]

Becky Fischer, who “energetically promotes NAR teachings through her organization, Kids In Ministries International,” [24] is co-chair of E21’s Jerusalem 2015 Your Sons and Daughters Ministry Track.

You might remember Fischer from the documentary, Jesus Camp.

Incredibly, the NAR has even been given the co-chair of a Ministry Track about raising our children in the Lord.

You see what a problem this is? Even if these people do not say one contrary thing, they are still being introduced to potentially millions of Pentecostals, and with Assemblies of God leader George Wood as Global Alliance co-chair, approval and acceptance is virtually guaranteed.

How many invitations are going to be extended to Jacobs, Grassechi, Fischer and others based on their time at the Jerusalem conference?

Desire for manifestation of the gifts of the spirit, and for spiritual experience—a Second Pentecost?—should never trump doctrine. Nor should the desire for spiritual unity. Yet this is just what appears to be happening through Empowered21.

E21’s “welcome aboard” to allegedly charismatic Catholics, is in direct opposition to the Bible. The dominance of NAR in E21 should concern Christians who do not believe the Body of Christ should be ruled by modern day apostles and prophets who churn out false predictions and decrees with astonishing regularity.

The NAR has, all too often, offered revelations of a false “Holy Spirit.”

E21 events have been scheduled some years into the future. Unless something changes, Empowered21, with its goal of spirit-empowered unity, will ultimately serve as a powerful springboard for NAR teaching and influence.


(Bonus: Here is an excellent article concerning: AG position papers on NAR theology)

Source Notes:

1. E21 Jerusalem2015 promo
2. http://cbn.com/cbnnews/insideisrael/2014/March/World-Ready-for-a-Second-Pentecost-Outpouring/ (Chris Mitchell of CBN reported May 31, 2014)
3. http://empowered21.com/about/vision-statement/
4. What Is Empowered21? How a global initiative to emphasize the work of the Holy Spirit began at ORU, Danielle Parker Stoltz, ORU Fall 2014, Excellence Magazine
5. http://empowered21.com/about/leadership/
6. Charisms and the growth of the Church, Oreste Pesare iccrs.tv/Dettaglio.php?id_liv3=159
7. Ibid
8. http://www.thegoodbookblog.com/2015/apr/29/gods-super-apostles-an-interview-with-doug-geivett/#
9. Assemblies of God Position Paper, The Kingdom of God, PP_The_Kingdom_of_God.pdf
10. Assemblies of God, Spiritual Warfare (Attacks of Satan), http://ag.org/top/Beliefs/topics/sptlissues_spiritual_warfare.cfm
11. Assemblies of God Position Paper, Apostles and Prophets, pp_4195_apostles_prophets.pdf
12. http://empowered21.com/about/leadership/
13. http://www.jerusalem2015.com/ministry-track-test-2/
14. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6VuDNWWeqzM#t=148
15. Ibid.
16. Ibid.
17. Ibid.
18. Albert James Dager, Media Spotlight, “The Response: Texas Governor Rick Perry Calls For Revival” http://www.sitelevel.com/query?crid=10c4ba683069178d&query=dominionism&SB=GO

19. http://www.jerusalem2015.com/ministry-track-test-2/
20. C. Peter Wagner, The Book of Acts: A Commentary, (Published by Regal from Gospel Light, Ventura California, U.S.A., 2008), pg. 257
21. Ibid., p. 256
22. http://www.alternet.org/story/145796/heads_up%3A_prayer_warriors_and_sarah_palin_are_organizing_spiritual_warfare_to_take_over_america
23. Marci McDonald, The Armageddon Factor: The Rise of Christian Nationalism In Canada, (Published in Canada by Vintage Canada, a division of Random House of Canada Limited, in 2010), p. 269
“…feature the key figures in the New Apostolic Reformation from Faytene Krykow [Grassechi]…” p. 269
24. R. Douglas Geivett and Holly Pivec, A New Apostolic Reformation, (Published by Weaver Book Company, 1190 Somerset Dr., Wooster, OH in 2014), p. 27

The demonic origin A.A.’s 12 Steps

“[He] knew little of psychics and had heard nothing before this of my adventures.”–A.A. co-founder Bill Wilson, from his official A.A. biography, Pass It On, pg.277

“Do not seek out mediums and spiritists; do not seek out and be defiled by them. I am the Lord your God.” (Leviticus 19:31)

Author Richard Burns, better known as Dick B., has been churning out books and articles on the alleged Christian origin of Alcoholics Anonymous for years. The prolific author has written Anne Smith’s Journal, Dr. Bob and His Library, and many, many others. Regrettably, in his numerous books, Dick B. has never acknowledged the demonic origin of the 12 Steps.

His books, however, have deeply influenced the Body of Christ. People frequently justify A.A. attendance with statements like, “Well, Alcoholics Anonymous was originally Christian.” Or, “The 12 Steps are based on the Bible.” A common misconception is that one or both Alcoholics Anonymous co-founders, Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith, were Christians. click here to continue with article

C.S. Lewis warned about A.A. co-founder’s spiritualism

A.A. cofounder Bill Wilson’s well documented communication with evil spirits is sometimes disbelieved.

C.S. Lewis believed it. When a concerned Tony Guggenheim wrote Lewis a letter informing him of Bill and Lois Wilson’s biblically forbidden activities, C.S. Lewis wrote back, “This is necromancy. Have nothing to do with it.” [1]

Lewis was clearly horrified the A.A. cofounder was involved in spiritualism.

His letter gives good advice regarding these biblically prohibited practices. This is good advice, too, regarding A.A. and the 12 Steps.

Source Notes:

1. Susan Cheever, My Name Is Bill, pg. 207

AA’s spiritual Broad Highway invitation contradicts Christ’s warning in Matthew 7:13

There are three A.A. Big Book references to a broad spirituality.

1) “We feel we are on the Broad Highway, walking hand in hand with the Spirit of the Universe.”– AA Big Book, pg.75 (bold mine)

2) “We found that God does not make too hard terms with those who seek Him. To us, the Realm of the Spirit is broad, roomy, all inclusive; never exclusive or forbidding to those who earnestly seek. It is open, we believe, to all men. When, therefore, we speak to you of God, we mean your own conception of God.”– AA  Big Book, pg.46-47 (bold mine)

3) “If our testimony helps sweep away prejudice, enables you to think honestly, encourages you to search diligently within yourself, then, if you wish, you can join us on the Broad Highway. With this attitude you cannot fail. The consciousness of your belief is sure to come to you.”–AA Big Book, pg. 55 (bold mine)

Yet, this is just what Christ warns us about:

“Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the way is BROAD that leads to destruction, and there are many who enter through it.” (Matthew 7:13)

The AA Big Book is basically the AA “bible,” and millions of people have gone down the broad way of destruction because of such teaching.

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The Grand Poohbah of Deception

I am sort of resigned, at this point, about poisonous movements entering the church where they are defended rather than biblically examined.

But, just this once, can we just admit it? Alcoholics Anonymous teaches precisely what Jesus Christ warns against: The Broad Way.

According to the Alcoholics Anonymous Big Book (the A.A. “bible”), “We found that God does not make too hard terms with those who seek Him. To us, the Realm of the Spirit is broad, roomy, all inclusive; never exclusive or forbidding to those who earnestly seek. It is open, we believe, to all men. When, therefore, we speak to you of God, we mean your own conception of God.” (pg. 55) (Bold mine)

The Lord tells us, “Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the way is BROAD that leads to destruction, and there are many who enter through it.” (Matthew 7:13)

Since the twelve steps have nothing to do with Christ, neither sin nor biblical repentance is addressed. This, of course, is very appealing to the flesh. The Steps address “wrongs,” “making amends,” and “moral inventory,” but one inserts one’s own moral code within the context of these Steps. Because of these Steps, millions believe they are right with “god” and man.

Give credit where credit is due. The false church will have (has?) emergent and contemplative roots, but we have not yet realized the spiritual destruction Alcoholics Anonymous has birthed.

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NAR influence in National Day of Prayer??

The influence of the New Apostolic Reformation is everywhere, it seems, including Assemblies of God. [1]

Over at Spirit of Error, Holly Pivec asks, “But has the National Day of Prayer been hijacked by the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR)?” You may want to read this. Click HERE

Holly Pivec and R. Douglas Geivett are co-authors of GOD’S SUPER-APOSTLES, a very helpful book dealing with the aberrant theology of the New Apostolic Reformation.

Among the book’s reviewers are George Wood, son of Assemblies of God General Superintendent George O. Wood, and Tim Challies. HERE is the link to the book, if you wish to learn more. Once you are at Amazon, scroll down for reviews.

Source Notes:
1. http://mywordlikefire.com/2015/04/21/on-paper-assemblies-of-god-rejects-key-new-apostolic-reformation-teachings/


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Stop me if you’ve heard this before

Alcoholics Anonymous has spread the concept of a generic god, and convinced many there is no need for Christ–for the Higher Power is already accessible. Why is any of this important? If you are a Christian, and believe the Bible is the Word of God, it is clear the Lord hates the worship of false gods. We are not to join such a thing. We are to be separate in our worship.

All the media articles and pro-A.A. authors and praises from A.A. proselytes can’t change God’s command. What does He tell us:

Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers; for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?

And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?

And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people.

Wherefore come out from among them and be separate, saith the Lord… (2 Corinthians 6:14-17)

If you are a Christian attending A.A., and you say to yourself, “Well, I don’t worship false gods,” the Lord doesn’t want you worshiping alongside those who bow to false idols.

Never in the Bible will you find an example where the Lord allows His people to worship Him in a religion where He is just one option of many. Josiah threw the false gods out of the temple; our wise (?) pastors of today bring them in by allowing A.A. in our churches.

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