For there shall arise false Christs, and false prophets, and shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch that, if it were possible, they shall deceive the very elect. — Matthew 24:24

We’re watching prophecy unfold before our very eyes. The New Apostolic Reformation is lifting up a generation of self-appointed, self-anointed apostles who believe they’re on a mission from God to take over the world.

Sarah Leslie of Discernment Ministries, publisher of the excellent Herescope blog, joined us to talk about this movement–its history, its beliefs, and the links between these new apostles, mainstream evangelicals, New Agers, and political power brokers. It doesn’t take a prophecy scholar to see this leading to the one-world church of the Apocalypse.

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  1. Hi Derek.

    Found you after reading Hearken the Watchmen, who I found by listening to Chuck Missler, who I found after searching about Christian views on nephilim, after listening to Steve Quayle and Tom Horn on their several hour broadcast on the subject. I found out about Steve Quayle by listening to Alex Jones’ radio show, who I discovered by searching out documentaries on what I now understand to be the real truth on what’s going on today, who I found by watching Loose Change, before which I read an incredible book called the Shock Doctrine by Naomi Klein. I stumbled on her after realizing that slavery still exists, after watching the catalyst for this whole journey, a movie called Amazing Grace. What a ride these last few years have been.

    I used to go to a church whose is intimately linked with the Wagner Institute, up here in BC Canada, so hearing your teaching on Dominionism I fully understand. Funny how it wasn’t quite so clear a few years ago. At this point my family and I are not “attending”, but instead, seeking, waiting, worshipping, interceding. Thank you for your teaching and podcasts – great listening and learning while driving. May God bless you awesomely as you continue to wait on Him in these, somewhat, exciting times. I get excited when I realize most of the Bible takes place under a persecuting government.

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