Further building on our series – the Titus Technique,
“One of the NAR, an Apostle of their own, said,
“advice for all Christians: Judge Ye Not … Love One Another.”
You might be thinking, so what? Who cares if an NAR Apostle said the above?
When we look at the Jonestown tragedy which resulted in the massacre of 900 people, it’s only then that society asks the question – how could people be fooled into taking orders from someone who clearly was a cult leader?
However cults like the People’s Temple/Jonestown were not birthed in a vacuum. We didn’t compare the theology of the Jim Jones cult to the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) until an NAR Apostle made the comparison.
Evidence suggests that the New Order of the Latter Rain (NOLR) Apostle/Prophet William Branham helped create the platform that gave the world Jim Jones. It was the NOLR who created the Voice of Healing Movement in the 1950s, the Charismatic Renewal Movement in the 1960s and the Shepherding Discipleship Movement (SDM) in the 70s. And we observed Jim Jones preaching their healing gospel, preaching the ascension gifts (five fold ministry), end-times church governance, their little gods heresy, etc.
Since the inception of the NAR’s Charismatic movement to this very day, what is the NAR mantra about judging?
“Judge not lest ye judged.”
You might want to think twice about parroting this mangled scripture.
It appears this was a Jim Jones jingle: “Advice for all Christians: Judge Ye Not, love one another.” The phrase can be seen towards the bottom of this 1956 Peoples Temple advert.
If people use the phrase ‘judge not’ (out of context) on you, let them know this was the ‘Jim Jones Judge-Not Jingle’ with this meme.
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