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Re: The Truth About NAR and 7 Mountain Theology

After listening to all that Ed, do you see why it's concerning that there are many, such as Michael Brown, saying it is just "conspiracy theorists" giving these warnings about the so-called prophets and apostles who are popping up everywhere? Michael Brown never seems to know what's going on with these "prophets and apostles", he always pleads ignorance, while endorsing them at the same time.

Here is the Golden Sword Prophecy that Barbara is talking about towards the end of that program, given by Carol Arnott. Michael Brown endorses Carol and John Arnott, despite it being very easy to find information about them within minutes which should concern any true believer. On youtube, they have a video where they are praising the Pope and talking about how he is so much like Jesus. I've posted that one before, but here it is again:

If there is ever a huge NAR confernece somewhere, look for John and Carol Arnott. They are often there, along with the rest of the big names in the NAR.

So how can all this just be something made up by "conspiracy theorists"? It's all in plain view for anyone who cares to open their eyes and take a look at it all. It may take a little extra searching to start connecting all the dots, but that's still easily doable.

All that said though, I'm pretty burnt out talking about all this. I run across very few that really care. But that's sad I think considering what Barbara Hansell said in that program, and I believe this is true: "The NAR is made up of thousands of networks, churches, ministries, self appointed apostles and prophets, and individuals with common beliefs and agendas. And as you know, there is no membership but if your church aspires to the teachings and practices of NAR, then you are basically involved and a member of it and if you are believing some of these things and are practicing them, you are a member as well. So basically it is a false movement that is basically taking over Biblical Christianity".

Everywhere I look, people are being taken in by this movement in some way, even some of my own local churches I have been involved with, as well as family members and friends. So in my opinion, I think people like Michael Brown are very dangerous as they keep trying to assure everyone that there is nothing to be concerned about other than these wacko Conspiracy theorists getting all in a wad over nothing. So the agenda is to silence those Conspiracy theorists since they are getting in the way of this amazing movement of the Holy Spirit, the movement that will "throw away the old sword, in favor of the new sword". In other words, the movement that will throw away God's word in favor of the "new revelations" brought by all the so-called prophets and apostles.


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