Posts Tagged: NAR

Deuteronomy 18:20 – The Prophet Who Presumes

Recent years have seen the rise of a whole class of so-called prophets and apostles.  Their lineage comes from what has previously been known as Dominionism or Kingdom Now theology.  These New Apostoloic Reformation (NAR) adherents are generally considered to be part of the hyper-charismatic movement.  They believe in the gifts of the Holy Spirit,…

Exodus 23:32-33 – The Snare of Other Gods

From the very first when God called His children out of Egypt, the most important commandment He gave was that they should follow no other gods but Him.  This was so important that Yahweh enshrined this ordinance as the first two of the Ten Commandments in Exodus 20:3-4: “You shall have no other gods before…

More Q Quandaries

I like Q.  That said, I have serious Biblical reservations about Q’s end game, as I’ve previously detailed.  (Here is one such post: https://garyritter.com/the-q-quandary-part-1/.) The bottom line for me is that in the natural, from a political and cultural perspective, Q is doing some very good things.  He has exposed the Deep State for the…

What Are We Praying For?

This post will probably cause many people to disagree with me because it runs against the grain of what people want.  They think they’re in line with God’s purposes; they use Scripture to justify their position; they pray intently.  Yet, their desired result continues to slip away. What is this unpopular position I hold that’s…

The Q Quandary – Part 1

The rise of Q and his public resistance against the Deep State has sent its globalist-minded minions into a frenzy.  Social media—when they even allow posts about Q—usually place warning labels to the effect that Q is an unproven tool of those who hold to far-right conspiracy theories.  Q has united people of many different…

Pastor Dana’s Prophetic Dreams

As a Bible prophecy guy, I look at the world through a Biblical, prophetic lens.  That means I read what the Word says and apply it to what’s going on in the world.  That’s called exegesis.  The opposite of that is eisegesis, where one takes preconceived notions and reads them into the text.  This leads…