Thursday, August 5, 2010

How 8 per cent can Impose Their Agenda on the Other 90 per Cent

"Lance Wallnau explains why Christians must take dominion over the Seven Mountains of Culture in order to bring about the return of Jesus Christ."

"Today, a new trend is emerging in the faith at work movement.... the idea that the culture is shaped by seven mind-molders, or mountains, in society. They include business, government, media, arts and entertainment, family, religion and education. If we, as workplace believers, can influence each of these areas for Christ, we will win the culture of our nation."  Reclaiming the 7 Mountains of Culture, Os Hillman.

Is the Seven Mountains Mandate currently being rehearsed for political prime time? The wheels have been greased and the list of interconnections of organizations and personnel could go on and on. There appears to be no stopping it. The New Apostolic Reformation leaders are now being welcomed into the mainstream evangelical world, with all of the credibility and esteem that goes with that sacred cow status. It now appears perfectly acceptable to stand on the same podium with the Todd Bentleys and share political platforms with those who openly proclaim a grandiose vision to gain control over the seven power centers of the culture.  Source

NOTE:  Developments in the fulfillment of Bible prophecy are now so widespread and indisputable, that now we just really know.  On every hand groups, movements and churches are pressing ahead, as prophecied, to gain control of the state which will mean the final, decisive blow to church-state separation in the United States - their numbers, influence and effectiveness are increasing daily.  "People are now settling to rest, imagining themselves secure under the popular churches," "but the day of God is rapidly approaching. Its footsteps are so muffled that it does not arouse the world from the death-like slumber into which it has fallen."  SpTEd 107.

"The solemn fact is to be kept not only before the people of the world, but before our own churches also, that the day of the Lord will come suddenly, unexpectedly."  SpTEd 107.  "Silently, unnoticed as the midnight thief, will come the decisive hour which marks the fixing of every man's destiny, the final withdrawal of mercy's offer to guilty men."  GC 491.