This is a really good blog from a Norwegian author I have seen from time to time.
It covers Israel and Middle East conflict, and false teaching and deception that happens in some churches today. A particular strange cult he has covered is worshiping of corpses in Catholic churches.
It is concerning to read this blog’s report of the ICEJ desiring Catholic support:
I hope and pray that the ICEJ will swiftly repent of this error and avoid the coming judgment of God as written in Revelation 17.
that is troubling. I’ve not noticed that one. I was troubled when they invited false teacher and new ager David Herzog.
I’ve got some friends who work at ICEJ, I’ll message them.
They have just took on a new director. They are normally a great ministry.
I mentioned before on your blog that the ICEJ had Cindy Jacobs as a main speaker at the last Feast of Tabernacles in Jerusalem:
I wouldn’t trust her under any circumstances:
I fear that true discernment and vision at the upper echelons of the ICEJ is lacking now and probably has for a while. David Pawson gave a word from the Lord at the 2011 Feast (which I heard in person) to the effect that the organisation had come to a crossroads. Looking back at what has happened since, this word was spot on.
yes you already mentioned it twice.
Have you thought about messaging your concerns directly to ICEJ?
Yes I have thought about that and have decided not to as I don’t think it would achieve anything. There is enough about Cindy Jacobs in the public domain without me needing to send links about her to ICEJ HQ. I am not saying that her presence is the main issue, it is more that her presence indicates (to me, at least) a decline in discernment within the organisation, as I said before. I won’t say it a third time….. 😉
ok sure. I visited several of my friends who work at the Embassy. I had lunch in their canteen. I liked the fact that Jurgen the director was so friendly and approachable and was happy to introduce himself and chat to anyone new. Hes now left due to ill health. I do think a polite letter telling them their concerns would not be a bad idea.