Does Scripture say there will be a Revival in the last days or Apostasy? This collection of articles from other sites and scriptures will hopefully explain that question.|
An online book only available in Adobe Acrobat pdf format, Anointing Or Apostasy - The Latter Rain Legacy by Charles S. Graves gives a history of the Latter Rain movement exposing the apostasy of the Third Wave, New Apostolic Reformation or the Saints Movement, The Elijah Company, Joel's Army etc.
Are you aware that the word "anointing" means Christ in the Greek? This is why so many Pentecostals running down the RIVER toward the NEW THING, in the LATTER RAIN no longer need Christ himself. They now have this anointing. But is it really of God??? Read all about it in IMPLICATIONS OF THE NEW ANOINTING by Bill Randles.
Does Scripture promise us revival in the endtimes? Does scripture indicate that Christians should all gather together under one head (other than Christ)? Is it scriptural to call those of other faiths brothers and sisters in Christ? All those questions and more will hopefully be answered in Ecumenicalism's Scriptural Flaws by Lori Eldridge.
A very good article exposing the real agenda behind the so called "revivals" is The New Thing by Tricia Tillin. It explains how Gnosticism is the key to the end-time religion of the Antichrist, i.e., revealed knowledge via secret tradition or direct revelation. Tricia also shows how this revival movement is tied in with Masonry and other forms of Mysticism such as in false humility and the worship of angels and how Toronto, Brownsville and the Latter Rain tie into it all by promoting leaders who claim to possess the wisdom of the ancients, i.e., those through whom the "anointing" flows.
Ten Reasons to Reject Kingdom-Dominion Teachings by Tricia Tillin. This movement is also called Restoration Theology, i.e., the Church must bring the world to it's knees before Christ can come back. This group also preaches Replacement Theology, i.e., the Church has replaced Isreal in God's eyes and all the Kingdom promises meant for Isreal are now destined for the Church instead.
Deception in the Church is a web site with a plethora of links to ministries exposing the flaws in an endtime revival.
Ecumenicide is a short article by Jackie Alnor of the Christian Sentinel that decrys the fact that even well-known Christian apologists are now buying into world-wide revival movements and compromising the gospel for the sake of unity.
Jeannette Haley's article Gold Dust shows how the gold dust that is appearing in churches today, via the Manifest Sons of God movement has occultic origins.