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Beth Moore - Below is a video of Moore's "vision" on the back porch and seeing the church from Jesus' perspective from another dimension.
*For some reason, the source for this video has been removed since the time of this review, but the transcript is below.

Transcription: "… to beg to differ with people that are ten times smarter than I am. But I want to say to you - I see something different than that. I see God doing something huge in the body of Christ. I do not know why I have had the privilege to get to travel around, see one church after another, one group of believers after another, inter-denominationally, all over this country, but I have gotten to see something that I think is huge. And I'll also suggest to you I am not the only one. And tonight I'm going to do my absolute best to illustrate to you something that God showed me sitting out on that back porch. He put a picture – I've explained to you before I am a very visual person – so He speaks to me very often in putting a picture in my head. And it was as if I was raised up looking down on a community, as I saw the Church in that particular dimension - certainly not all dimensions, not even many - but in what we will discuss tonight, the church, as Jesus sees it, in a particular dimension."

The following review is by David Sheldon

Unfortunately, as Beth Moore travels around, she is observing the willingness of people to come and hear her talk about experientially based extra-canonical visions that she has "seen" rather than hear someone articulate the Word of the Living God via Scripture. This is a very SAD thing that is happening in the church. In actuality, it is a BIG deception happening in the visible church. Here is what the Westminster Divines said about extra-biblical revelations in the Westminster Confession of Faith.

Westminster Confession of 1647 – Chapter 1 – Of the Holy Scripture VI. The whole counsel of God, concerning all things necessary for His own glory, man's salvation, faith, and life is either expressly set down in Scripture, or by good and necessary consequence may be deduced from Scripture: unto which nothing at any time is to be added, whether by new revelations of the Spirit, or traditions of men. Nevertheless we acknowledge the inward illumination of the Spirit of God to be necessary for the saving understanding of such things as are revealed in the Word.

However, in our day and age, if someone "just received it" from God – sensually, mystically, directly – it is more special? Is this young, restless and reformed? Evidently the answer for many is "yes" especially with the "help" of Dr. John Piper who is giving charismatics as Beth Moore (and others) his okay via his interactions behind the scenes(Or On Video). The HUGE thing that "God" is now doing is moving many in the visible church FROM the sole authority and sufficiency of the Holy Scripture and a closed canon TO "fresh and somewhat authoritative revelations of the Spirit." That actually would not be the God of the Bible doing that unless you believe there is a "third category" of the "spirit's work:" Old Testament, New Testament, and "on-going and not quite as authoritative testament" like Piper articulates. But, that is not Scriptural and it is not reformed either. I wonder who the "others" are that see this HUGE thing happening in the visible church so that Beth feels secure and comfortable in saying what she does? Hmmm.

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