'"In other words, there needs to be deeper desperation in our heart," Brodeur told Dr. Steve Greene on a recent episode of "Greenelines" on the Charisma Podcast Network. "Desperation needs to come from the understanding that even though God is doing amazing things in our generation, we're still not actually seeing the breakthroughs we have been praying for in so many areas. The desperation among many believers simply isn't there." Brodeur, who is praying for and working toward a billion-soul harvest worldwide, says that begins in the local church. Pastors need to create a Spirit-filled environment to mobilize every member of their congregation. Through Pastor's Coach, Brodeur is teaching 1,600 pastors to do just that.' -- Charisma News
Yes, you read that right. Michael Brodeur markets his services to teach pastors how to replicate his heresies in their churches. It will result in more spirit led churches but it won't be the Holy Spirit leading them and this is plank two in the platform for the great end times apostasy. More and more churches will fall into these patterns of Charismaniacal free-for-alls like Bethel. More people rolling around on the ground screaming shaka baba! The goal here is to teach them to mobilize every member of their congregations to join the spreading of this cancer worldwide -- which is the third plank. First you set the vision for global dominance. Next you train unsuspecting pastors who have already bought into the purpose driven heresies to replicate this vision and third you have them focus on developing all congregational resources to achieve your global dreams. This is the blueprint for how the apostate church will lead the way to a global apostasy that the bible speaks of. For the final paragraph, we dive a little deeper:
'"What we have to understand is that the churches are not just for the purposes of Sunday morning services," Brodeur says. "We need to rethink the way we're doing church. -- Charisma News
So we come to the foundational heresy that the NAR teaches. That church is designed for the lost. You may want to sit down for this one beloved but this is untrue. Acts 2 teaches us that the church is meant for the saints. It is how we are fed and grow up into the fullness of Christ. Do we want the unsaved to visit? Or course because they will hopefully hear the Gospel and that is the only thing that can save them. Gearing the church to the lost however makes zero sense as the things of God are still foolishness to them. That is why you see so much carnality and secularism in church today -- it is the only way to draw and keep the unsaved. At what cost however? You falsely convert them because you did not present the true Gospel and you starve your sheep in the process. We need to rethink church in that the Gospel needs to be present every single week. Brodeur and the NAR seeks to do away with God's design and replace it with a false gospel to produce more false converts, who will scour the globe to create more sons of hell unwittingly.
We need a reformation of the local church to mobilize every member according to their God-given destiny and calling. -- Charisma News
This is the fourth plank in scheme. It is going to be difficult at best to motivate goats to make more goats so you sell them the purpose driven life. You convince them that this is their supernatural destiny. The notion that God has given everyone in the church the exact same dream destiny thingy to go and spread heresy to the ends of the earth is obviously not biblically supported. Sometimes our God given "purpose" is to be a good Christian right where we are. To be the best spouse we can be. To be the best parent we can be. To be the best employee we can be.
Once we do that, we make every single member a reproducer or a disciple maker, not just a disciple. That's the point at which we can start to begin a massive harvest."' -- Charisma News
The nagging question is a harvest of what? This blueprint is ambitious and zealous but it is grounded in false theology, driven by false prophecies, and delivered by false converts. It will only result in one thing beloved and that is the great end time apostasy. Do not take this as a downer. The truth is always revealing and often growth only comes through pain. The message is not hopeless. We hold the keys to the kingdom of Almighty God in our hands when we pick up the bible. It doesn't need false signs and lying wonders. It doesn't need an army of the lost to tell people they are found. It doesn't need to be driven by purpose because it is the purpose. It is the beginning and the end. It is the Gospel of Jesus Christ and if we keep preaching it faithfully then as Michael Brodeur sails to the ends of the earth like a lunatic wielding a sword perhaps we can see that one soul get saved and if we silence our busy lives long enough we might just hear the sounds of all of heaven rejoicing for that prodigal who has come home.