Wednesday, July 20, 2011

Lausanne and 7 Mountains Dominionism

Watch the video to understand this post, first.

Three men are named in the video: Bill Bright, Loren Cunningham and Frances Schaeffer
All three have had involvement with the National Day of Prayer and with the Lausanne Movement. [see here, here, and here]

Hey why wouldn't these two things [The Lausanne Movement and 7 Mountains] be tied together?

Lausanne is Billy Graham's outfit. I exposed it here: "The Lausanne Movement: Bringing Evangelicals Into the Antichrist Fold".

I found this website called God Conversation, they seem to be secularists and rest who reject "Christianity"probably rightly offended by all the power-mongers doing evil but sadly not knowing true Christianity] but they were RIGHT to connect the 7 mountains to the Lausanne Movement:

Read more at their website, they write out and compare the goals and aims of the Lausanne Movement and match those to the 7 Mountains Initiative.

Briefly summarized (see full text below), the objectives of The Lausanne Movement over the next ten years include:

There would be no wall of separation, as government would be based on absolute "biblical truth" and no pluralism.
The workplace will become an evangelistic mission field.
The media will be saturated with "the biblical worldview."
There will be an increasing Christian message in arts, music, movies, plays and other forms of entertainment.
Science, technology, and healthcare will embrace "biblical truths." Healthcare will embrace "the sanctity of human life;" i.e., no termination of pregnancies and no assisted suicide.
Christians are encouraged to attend or teach at secular universities in order to influence them with "biblical truth." Christ-centered schooling is honored as a form of academic excellence.
Everyday conversation and culture will be filled with the Christian viewpoint, where Christ is the truth of the universe and the center of all human life.

7 mountains of influence eh?

One thing about Satan's workers I've noticed is they do announce what they are doing in front of everyone's eyes. They understand that most are spiritually blinded and will follow anyway unless they are being led by the Holy Spirit. Scripture tells us that 7 mountains of anything denotes evil and the Antichrist kingdom.

Rev 17:8 The beast that thou sawest was, and is not; and shall ascend out of the bottomless pit, and go into perdition: and they that dwell on the earth shall wonder, whose names were not written in the book of life from the foundation of the world, when they behold the beast that was, and is not, and yet is.

Rev 17:9 And here [is] the mind which hath wisdom. The seven heads are seven mountains, on which the woman sitteth.


michelle said...

I think so many people will "latch on" to a popular teacher or idea without investigating and testing it for themselves. I think this is why so many false teachers have huge followings despite not teaching the truth.

Anonymous said...

They satisfy itchy (lustful) ears. Deep down inside, they know that if they seek the Word without this leaven, that they will find they believe a lie. The Dark cannot abide the Light. Anon. #1

Labby said...

Rick Joyner of MorningStar Ministries teaches this. I think it sounds good on the surface, but it is sort of an aggressive strategy to teach.

I believe those 24 hour praise and worship sessions also relate to this because it is to "take over" that particular city for God. I believe that is the purpose similar to marching around a city praising or praying for it.

Ultimately these Christians desire to dominate and when the time comes, they will try to dominate other Christians who do not follow their agenda.

Bible Believer said...

Hey Jesus Christ was offered the kingdoms of this world by Satan and of course said No, for those who seek after cities, and rest, they are doing the bidding of Satan. You are right they desire to dominate. I have said many times, that the ones real Christians will have to fear, will be the followers of the Antichrist, who believe themselves to be Christians. Consider that the instigators of the Inquisitions believed they were killing for "god".

Bible Believer said...

I mean fear in the case of knowing those who will place them in danger, we should fear no man...

Bible Believer said...

I agree Michelle, of course many do not have the warnings of the Holy Spirit never having been saved, and some surely are disobedient choosing the things of this world and the preachers of the world.

Anonymous said...

A man named "Stott" who was one of the founders of the Lausanne thing is being reported today as having died.

Anon. #1

Bible Believer said...

Thanks for that news, yes he was one that had a lot of influence with Lausanne and also advancing the ecumenical agenda along.

"There was a now desire on the part of New Evangelicals to be united with ritualistic Anglicans, who were essentially Roman Catholic in belief and practice; and liberals who believed in a fallible Bible. Leading Evangelicals, such as John Stott and J.I. Packer, endorsed the statements from these. John Stott, who chaired the first conference at Keele, made clear that the conference was accepting not only Anglo-Catholics and liberals, but Roman Catholics also: “All who confess the Lord Jesus Christ as God and Saviour according to the Scriptures and therefore seek together to fulfill their common calling to the glory of one God, Father, Son and Holy Spirit have a right to be treated as Christians, and it is on this basis that we wish to talk with them.”6"

Anonymous said...

What about this "the Response" thing going on with Gov. Rick Perry? I hear it is an ecumenical extravaganza. Anon. #1

Bible Believer said...

I'll have to look into this.

They have this circle of protection thing going too from the "Left"

Sounds good like they want the poor helped, but we know the score...

Notice the globalism thing that is advanced too as America's politicians team together in threatening the old and disabled with starving in the streets but these leftist churches tell Americans to keep feeding the entire world as they tell disabled veterans and the like no more money for you. The Catholic church is in on that one too.

Hmm I looked up the Response thing, looks like another politician using religion. I sometimes have wondered if the Bildenbergers have selected Perry as the "one", just like Obama.

They will use "Christianity" to help the wealth clean-out be complete, as they have programmed people to blame the poor, disabled, old in this country, instead of the TRILLIONs of dollars sent overseas.

It's always nauseating to watch this political-"Christian" parade.

I'll post on that later.

One thing the NWO never wastes a crisis....

Anonymous said...

Somebody gave me this site. Don't know how good it is. I've never heard of the guy or this ministry, but he talks about this "the Response" thing:

If you feel this is not a good site, as I have only read two of the articles which were very good, feel free to delete these links, BB.

Anon. #1

Bible Believer said...

I've seen some concerns aired about Brannon Howse, who is the writer of those articles.

See here...

But I'll leave them up for folks to read.

Anonymous said...

He claims a couple of years ago he repented of "Americanism", all that patriotic stuff with Christianity. But it does seem strange that he is still promoting a book or dvd entitled "reclaiming culture" by this other teacher, yet talks against dominianism. Something is definitely not right. He seems to be saying one thing, but does not stop promoting questionable folk by showing their books, dvd's, and pictures, political figures and dropping their names. You'd think that he would clean up his site if that were the case, wouldn't you? He's either in it, or is unwilling to drop that stuff simply to promote himself. Not good, not good. Anon. #1

Bible Believer said...

Yeah that is a MAJOR contradiction. Possibly could be controlled opposition? Why advance the "reclaiming culture" nonsense while saying you are against Dominionism? Essentially it is the same thing.