Rock-Solid Orthodox Christianity

The current picture of the church is clearly portrayed by the foundational doctrines in Hebrews 6. These are 6 basic foundations: repentance from dead works, faith toward God, doctrine of baptisms, laying on of hands, resurrection from the dead and eternal judgment. Apostle Paul admonishes us to move on to perfection and not to camp in any of these areas. Historically, some mainline churches have ignored these foundational doctrines and will go in circles making no progress unless they fulfil ALL these basic foundations. Today, many are camping in these foundations. The Word-Faith Movement has camped in the second foundational doctrine 'faith toward God.' The Toronto and Prophetic Movements have camped in the third and forth foundational doctrines which include the baptism in the Holy Spirit and the laying on of hands. Many have gone into error in these camps. Today they preach another gospel. They are regular church folk who have stayed part of the charismatic church. Others have been called out of the church for many years and have entered the wilderness. They have been thoroughly taught a new doctrine and a new song. They have a different faith. A living faith that enters the Presence of Jesus behind the veil.

The wilderness truth is at the forefront of what God is doing today. He will lead these people out of the wilderness bringing forth the last and final outpouring of the Holy Spirit.

This ministry brings forth the truth of the wilderness. There is much hidden in the wilderness. The foundations are different to anything being taught today. Almost all of those ministering on Christian television are of the old order and do not have a deep revelation of the wilderness truth.

God has his chosen vessels hidden in the wilderness who have been trained and nurtured in the wilderness for decades. They do not speak the speak of today's Charismatics. They do not walk the walk of today's Charismatics. They have been truly transformed into vessels able to bear* His Presence and to enter the Promised Land of the Coming Move of God.

* Remember- the priests bore the heavy weight of the ark of the covenant on their shoulders as they went before the children of Israel through the wilderness into the Promised Land. When they grew weary - built a new cart - to climb a hill, they erred and a tragedy followed.