What is Dominionism?

So many speak of Dominionism of late–and not in a good light. It wasn’t enough that we are invaded by a number of esoteric movements within the Christian faith such as, The Word of Faith, Prosperity; now we have to deal with this snare.  The thing is, we can attend a service, without the knowledge of the Shepherd’s fundamentals.

Does it matter? Yes and no. If we allow ourselves to get drawn into intellectual, scholarly arguments about who is a “Dominionist”, or a number of other labels, are we serving the Lord? Basically, a Dominionist is deemed to believe that we Christians need to usher in the Kingdom before Jesus returns. It is clearly a foolish premise. I am certainly not going to begin labeling anyone as a Dominionist; but, I am going to stick to my ‘first love.’

I have unwittingly been drawn into what I thought was Christ centered or Bible-centered churches in the past; yet, I could not put my finger on my discomfort. Lo and behold I found heresies as their foundations. I am getting pretty good at discerning within one or two services. It can be subtle.

Churches that place the cross, Jesus as the ONLY way, the Word, the Great Commission, in second place are pervasive. They may not appear this way at first blush; but, they are far from what Jesus intended in founding His Church at Pentecost. They may be in error; but, should we go out on a rampage condemning them publicly? Should we cause division and confusions among the sheep? Should we be self-righteous or engage them kindly? Just put your discernment hat on and let the Holy Spirit guide you.

Listen to this video and learn what this movement is. We must be discerning in choosing an assembly or fellowship as this age closes. There is always mercy from the Lord for the sheep; but, we can lose that mercy if we knowingly continue to frequent a church were God is not present. This is who we want to be close to. Right?

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Actor J.C. experiences crucifixion willing to lose his life for Jesus

Miraculous backstory to the actor who played Jesus in Mel Gibson’s, Passion of Christ. Is it a coincidence his name is Jim Caviezel? This actor is truly a blessed Believer, witnessing to the whole crew and Hollywood, willing to give up his life in the role. Indeed, he almost lost his life during production.

As he hung on the cross, a violent storm brewed and lightning struck him. Listen to his precious testimony from the midst of a vile industry.

An anointing may have been present during the production. Behold backstage events and commentaries.

Blood of Jesus discovered with only one Y chromosome

Astonishing and exciting news for our time!

Ron Wyatt had blood analyzed he discovered while excavating below the site of our Lord’s crucifixion. He took the blood to the best lab in Israel. The results of the reconstituted white blood cells were astounding.

“Mr Wyatt, this human blood only has 23 chromosomes from the mother and one Y chromosome from the Father (everybody has 46 chromosomes equally from the mother and the father). It’s not a human male,” the lab technicians reported.

“Who’s blood is this?” the lab technicians asked.

Wyatt responds tearfully, “It’s the blood of your Messiah.”