Justin Peters Ministries, which has been critical of Beth Moore in the past, took an even firmer stance against the Belle of the Southern Baptist Ball by posting an article on their Facebook page and asking the question whether or not Moore is demonically possessed.
The ministry, which is one of the finest ones we could recommend, typically focuses on bringing the power and might of the scripture to bear on NAR and Word of Faith wolves and wolvettes. They do occasionally branch out, however, and have thrown a few discernment nuggets her way, but never anything quite this explicit.
We’ve written about Moore before but have not explored such a possibility that Lifeway’s golden goose had bits of Beelzebub inside of her, chalking up her claims that White Supremacy is Running Rampant in “Much of the Church” that People Shouldn’t preach the Gospel at Protests, that Women Can Be Pastors and Trash-Talking John MacArthur to regular old paganism.
The article, written by Elizabeth Prata, gives two reasons why Moore may be under the devil’s spell:
“Reason #1 for my question: Beth Moore is not a Christian. How do I know? She is a rebel against God. She preaches at pulpits, she preaches a different Jesus, she accepts alleged personal direction from God in voices & whispers, she prophesies (and falsely, too), she refuses correction, she lives a feminist, un-Titus-like lifestyle, and she is unrepentant and unteachable. (1 Timothy 2:12, Revelation 2:20, Galatians 1:6, 2 Corinthians 11:4, Jeremiah 23:21, Proverbs 5:12–13, Titus 2:3-5). No one can do those and other sins for so long without repenting. No one can do those sins as a teacher and not be disqualified. The Spirit would not allow it. Remember, unsaved people are under satan’s jurisdiction as slaves to sin. (Romans 6:16, 19). They can be entered by him as satan did to Judas or into others by one of his demons.
The second reason she may be filled with Satan’s scamps is:
Moore wrote in the preface to her book When Godly People do Ungodly Things, a scenario that adds up to possession. She wrote:
“Unbeknownst to me, He’s been writing each chapter on my heart for several years. When the messagefor this book was complete (in His estimation — not mine!), God compelled me to ink it on paper with a force of the Holy Spirit unparalleled in my experience. He whisked me to the mountains of Wyoming where I entered solitary confinement with Him, and in only a few short weeks, I wrote the last line.”
When someone claims a force entered her and wrote the book without her knowledge or mental consciousness, then forced her to put ink to paper, and then made the editing decision of when the book was finished, sounds like possession
If indeed it’s true, we pray the horde of metaphorical swine get here soon.
The article seems to have not gone over well, however, with the majority of friendlies on his Facebook page saying that the article goes too far, questioning why Peters who allow such a strong statement to stand his page, and those less than on Twitter doing likewise.
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