I’ve shown you these clips of Beth Moore before here at Apprising Ministries. However, they are necessary to give you proper context concerning Moore’s sinful ecumenicism arrived at through her hyper-charismatic excesses where she’s confused her own thoughts with God’s. She believes her voice is His.

This is one of the inherent spiritual dangers for those who practice charismania and/or the parallel track of Contemplative Spirituality/Mysticism. Inevitably such as these fall victim to delusions and a false sense of love becoming lovers of mankind, i.e. lovers of self, a la 2 Timothy 3:2.

Here is what the Lord is saying to them — you thought that I was one like yourself. But now I rebuke you and lay the charge before you (Psalm 50:21). The sad fact is, the heart of the visible professing Christian church is following their fickle feelings rather than the Rock of God’s Word in Holy Scripture.

Now you know the roots of this sinful ecumenicism slithering throughout mainstream evangelicalism. The following clips from Beth Moore are vivid examples. First of all, they come from Moore’s 2002 series Believing God (BG); which is still promoted today by Lifeway as you’ll see here:


Let me remind you here that Lifeway is the publishing arm of the Southern Baptist Convention, reputed to be the largest Protestant denomination in the United States and this LifeWay-sponsored BG Online Bible Study is from over a decade ago. So. ask yourself: Is what I’m about to see in line with the Reformation?

Yet because the SBC makes a profit from it, we’re safe to assume that what you’re going to hear from Beth Moore is somehow also in line with the SBC’s nebulous principles. You see, the rather vague document known as The Baptist Faith and Message about as close as you get to actual SBC doctrine.

Its Idol of Autonomy is a convenient escape hatch from confronting false doctrine. With this in mind then, watch as Beth Moore tells us God gave her a literal vision where she claims He allowed her to see “the Church, as Jesus sees it” Himself:

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If one is unbiased, the following should now be crystal clear: 1) Beth Moore is talking about the universal Church, i.e. the Body of Christ; 2) she’s also claiming extra-biblical revelation via a literal vision that she testifies God showed her, and 3) it supposedly enabled her to see the Church as Jesus views it.

I encourage you to keep all of this in mind now as you watch the next video clip. It’s actually taken from a section of BG after God allegedly gave Beth Moore that literal vision  affording her the ability, in a “particular dimension,” to see the Body of Christ exactly as Christ Jesus does.

Watch as Moore illustrates the vision concerning “something different” she sees “God doing” in the Church; i.e.“the body of Christ.” You’ll clearly see that she does include the apostate Roman Catholic Church, which long ago anathematized the Gospel of Jesus Christ, among her Christian denominations:

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No way around it; Moore includes the Church of Rome in the Body of Christ. Yesterday in SBC’s Ed Stetzer As Regular Host Of TBN’s Praise The Lord  I showed you the following clip of quasi-elder Beth Moore on James Robison’s Life Today Wednesday February 26. ((, accessed 3/4/14.)) Remember, Moore preaches to both men and women.

What you’ll witness was originally recorded last year at Robison’s Awaken Now (AN) conference; and note that AN was the featured resource the day the program aired:


This is an example of the charismania I’ve been speaking to you about because in no uncertain terms we’re told what you’re about to hear from Moore is divine revelation; in other words, “what the Holy Spirit is saying.” And further, that those of us who oppose false teachers of this phony unity are scoffers:

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One of the things Beth Moore would go on to tell us is: “Unity will be called defection.” ((, accessed 3/4/14.)) That’s why I made the time to show you once again that—contra the Reformers—the “spirit” speaking to those like Beth Moore and James Robison preaches unity with the apostate Roman Catholic Church.

Which brings us to the following clip at the beginning of Moore’s Wednesday February 26th program:

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No one in this room is in as severe a drought than the one who cannot remember the last time you cried a tear for a broken world. That’s drought.

What if we got courage enough to go, “Bring back my tears for the lost. Bring back my tears for the captives, those imprisoned, those dying on planet earth.

Bring back my passion for what you, Jesus, are passionate about.” (source)

Beth Moore sounds very pious with the impassioned plea concerning tears for the lost. Don’t be fooled by people like this who’re seemingly more concerned with pleasing people than telling them the truth. Well, I wonder: Where are your tears for lost Roman Catholics held captive and imprisoned by Rome’s false gospel Beth Moore?

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