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Mike Johnson Says God Chose Him to be a “Moses” Leading America Through a “Red Sea Moment”

by | Dec 7, 2023 | Apostasy, Cult, heresy, News, Politics, Religion, Social-Issues, The Church, US, Video | 0 comments

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I’ve wanted to remain positive about the newly-elected Speaker of the House, Mike Johnson. Johnson has been hailed as a Bible-believing Christian who holds to biblically based policy positions and will help steer the nation back to a more traditional biblical ethic on contentious issues such as marriage, abortion, and LGBT stuff. And that may still be the case. But at what cost?

A few weeks ago, we reported that Mike Johnson held a flag outside of his office that has been co-opted by and has become a symbol representing alignment with the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR)—a movement that believes in a modern-day restoration of Prophets and Apostles. The fruit of this movement is anything but good as it seeks to take dominion over every aspect of society through despite its theological aberrations and strange fire. The movement claims direct, divine revelation and inspiration from God Himself.

It has become abundantly clear that Johnson has now aligned himself with this movement. In a recent video clip that has emerged on social media, Johnson claims that God told him directly that he was to become a Moses-like figure leading America through a “Red Sea moment.”

“The Lord impressed upon my heart in the last few weeks…that something was going to occur. The Lord very specifically told me in my prayers to prepare, but to wait,” Johnson said during a speech at the National Association of Christian Lawmakers.

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“To prepare for what? I said to the Lord. You know. I had this sense that we were going to come to a Red Sea moment in our Republican Conference and the country, in large. And, Look, I’m a Southern Baptist I don’t want to get too spooky on you…but you know, the Lord speaks to your heart. And He had been speaking to me about this and the Lord told me very clearly to prepare and be ready…for a Red Sea moment.”

He then explained how he thought that the Lord was going to allow him to “be an Aaron to Moses,” but then it later became clear, after the Lord kept telling Him to “wait,” that the Lord was choosing him to be Moses.

But here’s the thing, this is totally absurd, cult-like, and heretical. The Lord did not tell him this and to set himself up as some kind of Moses figure is actually quite blasphemous. He is ascribing words to the Lord that He did not speak. As much as I would like to have God-honoring Christian leaders in this nation, this level of arrogance and self-idolatry is not something we can get behind.

If he makes good policy decisions that benefit the nation, I will support them. But this kind of rhetoric is not becoming of a Christian who believes the Bible is sufficient and authoritative. This is becoming of a man who believes he is a prophet and has set himself up as a type of Christ when this nation needs moral clarity and gospel truth, not confusion and false teachings.

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