In New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) theology, their mission is to infiltrate, take over, transform and control the nations to establish the kingdom of heaven here on earth. This is called the Dominion Mandate.
In NAR theology, it’s taught that a divine God-like generation (aka New Breed), will emerge to lead the Army of God (Joel’s Army), the true end-time church to transform the world, vanquishing evil and leading the world into a global awakening and global end-time harvest to usher Christ’s return. Bobbie Houston has actually taught the Dominion Mandate and the New Breed theology, her concepts echoed in some of her Hillsong campaigns.
These doomsday theologies are also evident in Hillsong’s mission statement. Brian Houston hopes Hillsong’s “heartfelt praise and worship touches Heaven and changes earth” and he is “committed to raising, training and empowering a leadership generation to reap the end-time harvest“. “YES, THE CHURCH THAT I SEE COULD WELL BE OUR CHURCH – HILLSONG CHURCH.” [Source]
Since Brian Houston’s cult-like vision Sunday sermon ‘You Are the One’, there has been a spike of NARcissism and a worsening development of a ‘Messiah Complex’ in Hillsong leadership around the world.
Recently, Christine Caine exhibited this mentality on Instagram, claiming, “WE ARE the ones we’ve been waiting for.” Biblically speaking, this kind of talk is attributed to the satanic litany of divine ‘grand delusions’ in Genesis 3 and Isaiah 14. Chris Rosebrough pointed out Brian Houston subconsciously paralleled this similar satanic litany in his sermon ‘You Are the One’.
Nevertheless, it worth pointing out that Christine Caine also stated that “We will wait no longer because WE ARE the ones we’ve been praying for and waiting for.” You will find that only in the NAR they are “praying for and waiting for” the divine generation of the New Breed to “rise up” and to be “of positive, faith filled influence that truly believes the best is yet to come.”
While Christianity teaches that the Jesus will return for a faithful remnant, the faithful church will be few and the love of many will grow cold. However, when you examine the eschatology of some of the most dangerous cults, they promote the idea Christine Caine is promoting – they want the world to put their faith and hope in their accomplishments and movement – not in Jesus Christ.
Christine Caine wrote the following on Instagram,
Some words I said @propelwomen in Sacramento last week— thanks @life.builders.by.juliehamilton for capturing & posting. ・・・
WE ARE the ones we’ve been waiting for. We wait no longer for someone else in our generation to rise up as a creator of change, a creator of positive, faith filled influence that truly believes the best is yet to come and that we are living in the days when lights will shine the brightest in spite of the darkness. We wait no more for someone else to stand up in the name of truth, faith, & love. We will not stand around and let generations go down the pipeline aimlessly with no hope, no direction. We will wait no longer because WE ARE the ones we’ve been praying for and waiting for. Now is the time to leave behind our brokenness, our shame, our limitations–and focus on living our one & only live in the fullest way possible EVERY SINGLE DAY! Now is the time to rise up & lead others out of the darkness into the light. Don’t wait for someone else. That someone is you. #christinecaine#propelwomen
Source: Christine Caine, Instagram, https://www.instagram.com/p/BYmBt6_nugC/?taken-by=christinecaine, Published 04/09/2017. (Accessed 05/0/2017.)
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