A Sad Goodbye

A sad good bye to Torben Sondergaard and TLR. I’ve removed them from my recommended ministry page.

I can no longer follow or recommend that ministry. He has been drawn away into political partisanship that has blinded him and has drawn him into delusion.
For much of the past year I’ve enjoyed and even promoted Torben and TLR, but his continued devotion to Trump and conspiracy claims shows he has been seduced away from the Kingdom of God to promote a different agenda.
Until he recognises this and repents I’ll have nothing more to do with his ministry.

And yes I have made many attempts to address him personally, but have received no response, and may even have had my comments blocked on his YouTube channel.

He clearly did NOT understand the prophetic significance of what he himself recognised as a prophetic sign on TLR’s former property in North Carolina.

(My text added to TLR photo)

Sign of the Times

Here is a question asked on YouTube by Torben Sondergaard, a man I respected and whose teachings I’ve found helpful.

“..for people all over the world. If Trump loses, who will save you this time?”


Sadly it seems he’s fallen for the evangelical’s golden calf.

Recently he posted the photo below on his various social media sites, labelling it a “prophetic picture”. I agree with his assessment of the photo, but wonder whether he really understands that prophetic significance and the warning it gave.

I’ve added the text.

(And to answer his question : JESUS is the only Saviour we need and our trust should ONLY be in Him. )

Trust no other god.

The first term of Trump was an opportunity for evangelicals to repent and turn to God after seeing the kind of President they had chosen. A second term, if it should happen, will be judgement.

After this election Trump will no longer need to pacify his ‘evangelical’ supporters. They will be of no further use to him.

This post is not an endorsement of any other politician or political ideology.

It is a warning not to be deceived. The way to ensure that is to keep focused on JESUS and HIS Kingdom, not worldly politics, politicians and poltical ideologies.

Demonic and Fleshly Manifestations in the Church

Torben Sondergaard:

In this video, we mention that it is right now not important for us to address names of ministries or churches where we see this. We focus, rather, on what the problems are. We hope that by doing this, many out there will start recognizing all this, and will rise up against it. We don’t say any of this with a Pharisaical or anti-manifestation attitude. You who know us, know that we believe in the power of the Holy Spirit, as you see in our movies: https://tlrmovie.com . So we’d like to make clear that we are for the work of the Holy Spirit, and we fully believe in a miracle-working God, and that people can experience God! We often see God doing amazing things! However, the Bible is very clear that we should learn to discern what is from God and what it not. The Bible is also very clear that we are called to cast out demons when that is needed.

Under Attack

Torben Søndergaard and The Last Reformation have been taking the gospel on the road and disciplining believers through a tent mission and a convoy of motor home/ RVs.

All along the way they’ve been resisted. This is the latest and most vicious attack.

Where Have All the Demons Gone? (2)

It’s stating the obvious when I say I’ve recently posted several videos of Torben Søndergaard’s ministry.

I’ve done that because  he is the only one I’ve seen so far, doing, encouraging, and teaching what Jesus actually commanded His disciples to do, with a gospel that includes a strong message of repentance and the need for baptism in both water and Holy Spirit.
In other words, a gospel in line with the very first message preached by the apostle Peter on the day of Pentecost. A gospel repeated throughout the book of Acts.

Not surprisingly Søndergaard has been the target of cessationist heresy hunters who love painting anyone who believes in the ongoing validity of healing and deliverance, as part of a gospel accompanied by confirming signs (as foretold and commanded by Jesus), with that condemnatory “NAR” broad brush.

Anyone who takes the time to TRUTHFULLY consider Søndergaard’s ministry and teaching will soon recognise the lying nature of those accusations.*
Is he always right? Probably not, but I find the important truths in his teaching and practice far outweigh any concern over any minor doctrinal quibbles and questions I may have. I see far more serious error being widely taught and accepted elsewhere that seems to get little opposition.

The following videos illustrate something of what I wrote about in my previous post regarding demons and deliverance.

* Compare the “cut to the heart” response resulting from Peter’s speech in Acts 2 with the “cut to the heart” response later in Acts 7 to a similar message delivered by Stephen.

Acts 2:

“When the people heard this, they were cut to the heart and said to Peter and the other apostles, “Brothers, what shall we do?”
Peter replied, “Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ for the forgiveness of your sins. And you will receive the gift of the Holy Spirit… Those who accepted his message were baptized, and about three thousand were added to their number that day.

Acts 7:

When they heard these things they were cut to the heart, and they gnashed at him with their teeth. But he, being full of the Holy Spirit, gazed into heaven and saw the glory of God, and Jesus standing at the right hand of God, and said, “Look! I see the heavens opened and the Son of Man standing at the right hand of God!”
Then they cried out with a loud voice, stopped their ears, and ran at him with one accord; and they cast him out of the city and stoned him. And the witnesses laid down their clothes at the feet of a young man named Saul. And they stoned Stephen as he was calling on God and saying, “Lord Jesus, receive my spirit.”

Which way should you or I respond when confronted by the kind of truths expounded by Peter and Stephen?