My last post gave reasons why people join the New Apostolic Reformation (NAR) movement. Now I list some reasons people leave the NAR movement. Here are the top four reasons I have identified, based on my conversations with former NAR followers.
Do you think God won’t allow you to be deceived? Think again.
Many of the prophets in the NAR movement are actually telling their followers that they don’t need to worry about false prophets.
Is being crazy the mark of a true prophet?
That’s what Kim Clement — one of today’s so-called prophets — would have you think. When he and his fellow “prophets” come under fire for their bizarre prophecies, they defend themselves by saying that the Bible prophets were also viewed as crazy.
Is being logical unspiritual? That’s what modern “apostles” and “prophets” want you to think. (Part 2 of a series on Brain Stoppers — tactics used by “apostles” and “prophets” to keep their followers from thinking)