When God speaks, He does so with authority. He issues no 'lesser' revelation. His words are full and final and they stand for eternity. This is why His Word is so precious. It is unchanging, and it is the sole authority for the Christian. In the Bible, God has revealed all that the Christian needs to know in matters pertaining to life and godliness (2 Peter 1:3). In this Word, He has revealed to us His Son, our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. He is the Living Word (John 1:1) and He is the final Word (Heb 1:1–2).
Any claim that is made, then, that God continues to speak outside of His Word and deliver direct, personal revelation is one that must be considered with great seriousness. After all, if God always speaks with authority, then such revelations must be perceived to be as inspired as Scripture. Any private prophecy, voice, dream or vision that is claimed to be from God must find a place in the back of our Bibles and our Bible 'reading plans' must be extended to include these words. Mustn't they?
Read more: http://www.worldviewweekend.com/news/article/why-beth-moore-and-not-me-danger-claiming-receive-direct-revelation
In a recent sermon, Pastor Mike Abendroth discusses the Sufficiency of Scripture & the problem with False Teachers Like Beth Moore who claim to hear from God outside of His Word. Full sermon here.
Chris Rosebrough (@PirateChristian) analyzes Beth Moore's "Prophecy" RE: a future outpouring (see video below) and demonstrates that Moore is a dangerous false prophet.
Beth Moore the Mystic - Apprising Ministries
Remembering the enticing appeal of Richard Foster and Beth Moore’s Be Still film - Lighthouse Trails
Beth Moore: God Teaching Me To Move Mountains With My Voice - Apprising Ministries
Can Faith Move Mountains? - Bible Q&A with John MacArthur
Beth Moore Led a "commissioning" for 11,000 Women (and men) at Unwrap the Bible Conference by Elizabeth Prata
What could be wrong with learning to “hear God’s voice”? - One Way Jesus