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

John Lanagan alerts us to yet another NAR false prophetess, this time Lana Vawser, who has supposedly uttered a prophetic word form God…..that He never spoke.  God speaks to us through His Word, not through pretend prophets.

WOLF IN SHEEP'S CLOTHING 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

Source: My Word Like Fire


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5 Responses to “God” tells NAR “prophet” about Dominionist Seven Mountains plans

  1. richard June 3, 2015 at 2:40 pm #

    i believe you misrepresent the theology of some people here. mike bikle for one has spoken many times that in the end it will only be by the return of Christ that any flesh will be saved. your lies and criticism show your fruits, korah…..

  2. Harry July 25, 2015 at 7:10 am #

    I know the people you are talking about in this article and what you are saying is not true. Should watch out what you say and your conclusions.

  3. Jeshstgermain StG October 1, 2015 at 2:39 am #

    the new apostolic reformation is not a network, nor is it about Dominionism. I have heard some of these people preach, and their desire is that the church wakes up, LIKE in the period of the reformation, nothing else. If you maintain they are false prophets, well they’re in good company – the same was said about the old Testament prophets.
    I could go on and on like this, but I’m wasting my energy if your motive is to criticize. They could have said some things in a more clear way, but I know that our inner motives are more important than words with God. Jesh StG, Psy.D. – no, I’m not a prophet:)

  4. charles H musgrove March 31, 2021 at 5:53 pm #

    Most sincere Christians recognize that there has been an endless stream of books “explaining” Christianity—-explanation but very little demonstration. Early on in my Christian life, a pastor friend passed on an observation a seminary prof had given a class: the Bible is its’ own best interpreter. I believe that is true and that the Bible has an answer for every ? that has or may arise.
    Regarding the claims and objections to “Kingdom Theology” or “Seven Mountain” control, the ungodly influence those mtns have on our culture is not God’s fault, it’s ours, the Church, because we sat back—“…Christians should not get involved in all that nasty political stuff…”
    For a long time I have pointed out to people the failure of much of the Church to follow Ephesians 4. If Christ GAVE TO THE CHURCH apostles, prophets and 2/3 other offices, can we not see that believers have suffered and are falling short in exhibiting the Christian life to the world. There are true apostles and prophets among us but it is our (all believers) responsibility to accept and at the same time examine their fruit. In my experience most of the truly called are not out “making a name for themselves.”
    There are some plain words in scripture, like “…the work of God is to BELIEVE Jesus…”


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