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In response to some questions today, here’s what Dr. Peter Wagner himself says about the New Apostolic Reformation: http://www.charismanews.com/opinion/31851-the-new-apostolic-reformation-is-not-a-cult
As I read Dr. Wagner’s above article, I wondered why someone hasn’t either tried to, or been successful at,* getting state governors together to strenghten them, and to encourage them to stand against the gay agenda, for isn’t it they that can decide to either sign or refuse to sign into law, such things as gay marriage?
I assume there’s nothing in heaven that goes contrary to God’s design and order of things.
* At least, why haven’t I heard of such a thing?
I’ve heard it said once, “What power the Church has, if we only knew it!” It seems that all things are ours, if we could only receive them.
lol Dr Brown refuses to take a day off in fact, a public holiday is a disappointment – any time away from the radio is a monumental inconvenience lololz
i would like to hear more about this character Yeshu padam and how exactly we know for sure he is from God and not man – i’m a little skeptical, but if God talks to him unequivocally that would be woooow
I love Sabbath rest, and I love serving God at every opportunity He gives me. I trust you feel the same?
To find out more about my friend Yesupadam — we’ve worked together closely since 1993 — go here: http://lncministries.org/
Off topic. Dr Brown (and others) check out this urgent message from a pastor who attended the Strange Fire Conference and was disheartened of what he heard.
The youtube video is going viral:
It would be interesting if you could have this faithful pastor on your show and talk about his burden from a pastoral perspective.
Sincerely Magnus Nordlund, Sweden
In Dr. Wagner’s article, he starts out by saying that the movement is not a cult and that they believe the Apostle’s Creed.
I was thinking today that I have never heard speaking in tongues with interpretation in a church that believed (and recited) the Apostle’s Creed.
And I was involved with a cult, or what many called a cult, who never recited the Apostle’s Creed, and seemed to not want anything to do with it, but there, in every meeting, in every location, there was always speaking in tongues with interpretation, or prophecy, for the building up of the church.
And now, I wonder why that is. I suppose there are many reasons.
I wonder how many churches there are of those who recite the Apostle’s Creed, that do indeed speak in tongues and interpret during their regular meetings.
Some questions seem to arise.
1. Did God pour out the baptism of the holy Spirit in a cult much more than he did in churches that have the Apostle’s Creed, and if so, why?
2. Is it a matter of correct instruction on the gifts of the Spirit, more than a matter of certain doctrinal beliefs?
3. Is it that some churches hold to their doctrinal beliefs to their own….what? I don’t have the word…to their own lack of being able to receive some of God’s gifts?
4. Could there be something in the way they hold their doctrines that might prevent them from receiving some spiritual gifts from God?
Why herein is a marvelous thing. Romans 11, I’m thinking.
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