Vic Hall thinks he is the modern Apostle Paul

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Vic Hall thinks he is the modern Apostle Paul

Post by Faith Hopegood » Fri Dec 07, 2018 3:03 pm

If you want proof of what goes on in Vic Halls mind then have a read of this statement from the BCF website.
Lampstand churches
Jesus is speaking from heaven through His messengers, and is restoring His administration that is suitable for the fullness of times.
In his letter to the Ephesians, the apostle Paul declared that God has made His purpose known to us ‘with a view to an administration suitable to the fullness of the times, that is, the summing up of all things in Christ, things in the heavens and things on the earth’. Eph 1:10.
The Bible reveals that the administration that is suitable for the fullness of times is the administration of presbyteries in the right hand of Christ and lampstand churches.

The early church
During his ministry, Paul pioneered lampstand churches among the Gentile nations. He also established an apostolic administration, which included men such as Timothy and Titus, to function within the presbyteries of these lampstand churches.

The church in our day
The apostle John saw that this administration of stars and lampstand churches has been sovereignly initiated and endorsed by Christ for the church age. Rev 1. It is the only administration that is suitable for the fullness of times. Every other man-made administration and self-righteous mode of ministry will not endure the persecution that will confront the church in the days just ahead of us.
In our day, the Lord is restoring the administration of lampstand churches which will overcome the spirit of antichrist in the world. More importantly, however, this administration will accomplish the purpose of God in heaven and on the earth.


So, from his own hand, Vic Hall believes he is the modern day Apostle to the worlds church. Vic also believes he is on the same level as the Apostle Paul and Apostle John of Revelation! It is all there, you just have to read it. Pretty breathtaking stuff.

When reading anything from the Christian Fellowship, you have to remember they always change definitions and meanings of words. Always. They use jargon to which are attached special meanings for the "in-crowd".

Vic Hall, and all the CF elders, are taught, believe and proclaim to others that they are the modern "messengers of God". Not just in a modern pastor or minister sense, but in a biblical sense. I think it would be fair comment to state that pastors, ministers, bishops etc are indeed messengers of God, people who bring Gods word and care for the flock etc. But BCF believes in something much much stronger. (Remember BCF always change definitions). BCF believe that Vic Hall and CF elders ARE the messengers mentioned in the bible and are at the SAME level as the Apostles Paul and John (men who were divinely inspired to write the bible books as we know them). This might seem a small distinction but it is a HUGE leap in beliefs and doctrine.

See the first sentence uses "His messengers". Vic then goes on to link messengers with administration, summing up all things in Christ. See how cunning Vic is when he uses words such as presbyteries, lamp stand churches, administration of stars. Then there is the link whereby Vic gets the Us vs Them cult process happening whereby he says "Every other man-made administration and self-righteous mode of ministry will not endure the persecution" thus making the argument that if BCF or Vic Hall ever come under persecution of any kind then, in their minds, this proves they are doing Gods work. Again, this is a huge leap to make. Vic Hall and BCF are criticised and persecuted by the numerous ABC, A Current Affair, national newspaper reports because they destroy families and peoples lives and behave like a cult! Somehow this just doesn't compute in their collective minds!

In their minds : "persecution = means we must be doing gods will, we are right"

Vic Halls heretical teachings are summed up with his quote "administration of stars and lampstand churches has been sovereignly initiated" thus reinforcing his king complex, and this quote: "In our day, the Lord is restoring the administration of lampstand churches which will overcome the spirit of antichrist in the world. More importantly, however, this administration will accomplish the purpose of God in heaven and on the earth".

To interpret this Vicspeak - Vic is a messenger of god at the same level as Paul and John in the bible. Anything that Vic says is divinely inspired (god complex) and thus, if you disagree or criticise Vic (god) then you are speaking against God. Thus anything that Vic says or does, no matter how wicked, damaging or bad, is ok because Vic is god and what god does must be right because vic/god/messenger are one and the same! Also because Vic/god is divinely inspired, no one can speak against him and anyone who does speak against him must be from the devil!

Thus Vic has set himself up in a little kingdom that listens to no-one and no-one can speak into it. In truth, vic/god is the one in complete rebellion and sin. If any group of teachers or other ministers came to Vic and said "you are preaching heresy" they would be shown the door. If you want any further proof, look at the fruit of vic/god, the trail of destruction of lives (now in its thousands), and fleecing the flock of its money are constant testimony to the bad fruit and bad teachings of BCF.

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Re: Vic Hall thinks he is the modern Apostle Paul

Post by Paul Kovaks » Sat Dec 08, 2018 11:56 am

Vic certainly believes he is (or is at least in line) to be a last day one of the 12 apostles. But I think, deep down, Vic knows he's getting too old for that because:

THE BCF website is now (for the first time) stating their belief in the '42 year period' of the end (= the 'last hour' prophetically in the 1000 year = 1 day scheme). While we were still there in 2016 they hinted that we were about to enter this period.

Be that true or not, that's why they are expecting to see last day apostles. But even Vic realises he's probably too old to be a last day apostle for 42 years . .

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Re: Vic Hall thinks he is the modern Apostle Paul

Post by Faith Hopegood » Sat Dec 08, 2018 3:37 pm

Thanks Paul, that is an interesting concept - the last hour. I have never heard of this idea before. After a bit of thought I figured that the 42 years is 1000 years divided by 24 hours = 41.667 (rounded to 42 hours). Numerology of the bible and an interest in number connections was always a big part of the BCF theology.

It is interesting to hear that BCF was "hinting" about this in 2016. Does this mean they were preaching/teaching about this concept of the "final hour" in Sundays or bible studies?

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Re: Vic Hall thinks he is the modern Apostle Paul

Post by Paul Kovaks » Sat Dec 08, 2018 5:02 pm

It was in a rare series of bible studies on end times based on Vic's new look at it. A lot of it made reasonable sense but to me it's just a theory.

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