Beth Moore Predicts God Will Unite All Sectors of Christendom
Pulpit & Pen has been covering evangelical darling, Beth Moore, for quite some time. While taking a lot of heat last year for claiming that God gave her a vision that Christians and Roman Catholics would be united, she has kept her head low and gone under the radar. Moore has been criticized for embracing Word of Fath pastrix, Joyce Meyer, and partnering with her for speaking engagements. She regularly preaches to crowds that include men, having no regard for the biblical role of women in the church.
Yet, Beth Moore, a Southern Baptist, has taken on a new show on the heresy television network known as TBN. She has doubled down on her ecumenical “vision from God.” Claiming that God is going to unite all “sectors of Christendom” in a new movement that’s going to change the way Christians do things, she says that “the old ways of doing things aren’t working anymore.”
In an interesting twist of scripture, she says that “we must come to God barren in order to miraculously conceive.” She then sets the stage for her revelation, proclaiming,
Do we want something that can only be conceived by the Holy Spirit? I believe if we stay apart…we will not see this downpouring. We’re so spread out that a drop is falling there and a drop is falling here. Until the body of Christ unites, there will be scattered showers on planet earth. But once we unite in common purpose to see salvation to the ends of the earth…now we’re talking.
She then asks the congregation to pray with her that,
God would begin to start working in such a way, in all sorts of streams and traditions throughout Christianity, that he would pick out key people, and he would cause them to have such a hunger, they cannot stand but to cry out to God to do it for them…What would happen if we began praying ‘God go throughout Christendom, into every denomination, every single sector, every single part all over the world, go in.
And then she gives her prophecy, that she “believes with all of her heart,”
I believe, that out of his great mercy, God is about to push this envelope with us…Listen, test the spirits and pray about this to see if it is so, but as clearly as I know how to discern what he has laid upon my heart I feel like I am bringing it to you as I understand it. But I think what we will see, if not now, very very soon, is him pushing this point with us, over and over and over, because I think it is very possible that what has satisfied you before will no longer satisfy you now.
Clearly, she doesn’t know how to discern, because while she is giving lip-service to measuring her words against Scripture, there is nowhere in Scripture that teaches that God is going to unite every branch or sector throughout Christendom. In fact, she mentions no Scripture at all to substantiate her revelation, in actuality, Scripture teaches the opposite (Romans 16:17). We can be clear that God has not laid this upon her heart. She is clearly teaching a false prophecy. While stirring up the audience’s emotions, you can see people shaking their heads, and almost in tears, while sucking up this garbage she’s spewing from her mouth. It’s very sad that so many people are being deceived by this liar, masquerading as an angel of light. God is not going to use false gospels in false “sectors of Christianity” like Roman Catholicism, to take salvation to the ends of the earth. God is not going to save people through a false Jesus.
For the time is coming when people will not endure sound teaching, but having itching ears they will accumulate for themselves teachers to suit their own passions, and will turn away from listening to the truth and wander off into myths. – 2 Tim 4:3-4
Beth Moore is a false teacher.
[Contributed by Jeff Maples]
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