I could be wrong, but my gut tells me that Beth Moore would take serious issues with this lady. After all, Beth Moore did have an encounter with a stranger at an airport where she was told by God to walk up to him and start brushing his hair.
But this? I don’t know…this could be a step too far for Beth Moore. This lady, who is preaching from the pulpit about submitting to the authority of God, is telling women that whether or not they have long hair signals to God whether they are under his authority or not.
“So Paul is saying right here,” lady-preacher Kim Haney says preaching about 1 Corinthians 11 and head coverings, “that anyone either a man or a woman who is praying or prophesying or has any type of spiritual involvement—this could be you in your prayer closet in the morning, this could be you at church, this could be you praying for someone to get healed, praying for someone in the hospital, praying over any type of spiritual involvement—with their hair in the wrong condition dishonors their head. In other words, they step out of God’s alignment involving the order of creation that he established in the very beginning.”
“So when you and I, when we come into the presence of God, did you know that God is looking and He is taking note on how we keep or how we don’t keep our hair?” Haney continues.
“The condition of our hair, whether it is cut or uncut, sends signals to Heaven whether or not we are under the umbrella of God’s authority structure,” says the woman preaching from the pulpit while disobeying Paul’s other commands for God’s authority structure in the Church.