At a conference in California recently, Beth Moore tells her audience of this vision she claims God put in her head of a Bus stop a half hour away from her house. She explains that God told her to go there, and that when she got there, God would show her who to give some money to.
About halfway through her manic rambling, she admits that she was thinking to herself, “what if I’m making this up?” She then proceeds to calm her soul by telling herself that God wouldn’t be disappointed with her for, essentially, ignoring his commandments in Scripture and following her heart.
This video is a perfect example of what Jeremiah 23:26-27 talks about,
How long shall there be lies in the heart of the prophets who prophesy lies, and who prophesy the deceit of their own heart, who think to make my people forget my name by their dreams that they tell one another, even as their fathers forgot my name for Baal?
Now, Beth Moore has had some crazy visions and prophecies in the past, but this one, coupled with her frenzied demeanor, is by far the most outlandish claim she’s ever made in the name of Jesus. You have to see the rest to believe it.
For more commentary on Beth Moore’s prophecy, see here.
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