God showed Cindy Jacobs The Lord’s Prayer is really about Dominionism

One of the things that this movement does is to take an OT concept or principle & redeem it or reclaim it as valid for today. When in reality it has already been ‘overruled’ as irrelevant. Because, the nature of Christ’s sacrifice has dealt with the problem ( which is sin ) once & for all.

In this way the cross is undermined & the Gospel of Christ Jesus not only misrepresented but denied.

This is a very very serious error… Please don’t be fooled..

Supporters of this movement will say & have said: Theology is not important”. Look & see just how far, if we add that thinking to our mindsets, people can be led astray from the centrality of a risen saviour.

2 thoughts on “God showed Cindy Jacobs The Lord’s Prayer is really about Dominionism

  1. So enjoyed the Cindy Jacobs post and listening to this live recording! It never ceases to amaze me the number of people who have either grabbed hold of Dominion doctrine and espouse it, or, although not in complete agreement with their doctrine, in the name of “unity,” they include Dominion speakers in their conferences. The empowerment 21 Conference taking place right now in Jerusalem is an example. Bill Johnson is one of the speakers amongst many traditionally Pentecostal pastors and leaders. The Empowerment 21 Conference, which is convening in Jerusalem right now, is an example of this admixture … Bill Johnson is one of the speakers amongst many Pentecostal ministers at this Conference. It makes no sense to me whatsoever. I personally believe the Dominion movement could result in most of it’s entourage following the antichrist. My prayer is that Penecostal leadership would make a stand and denounce once and for all the hyper Charismatic Movement.

  2. In Ephesians 2:15 it says, “having abolished in his flesh the enmity, even the law of commandments contained in ordinances; for to make in himself of twain one new man, so making peace”. And in Colossians 2:14 it says, “blotting out the handwriting of ordinances that was against us, which was contrary to us, and took it out of the way, nailing it to his cross”. These verses say it all. That indeed Christ’s sacrifice on the cross is a once and for all sacrifice because He knew that no man can perfectly follow the law of commandments in the Old Testament. Only Jesus can. But then again, many in our time & generation tend to abuse the grace that was given to us through faith in the name of Jesus Christ. Some thought that because we are now under grace, they no longer are careful with their walk with the Lord, which is sad to my opinion. Although as believers in Christ, we still can slip once in a while. But not to the point of not knowing how to return and repent before the Lord.

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