THE MOVE formerly Body of Christ, formerly Movement of God: Sam Fife - People Magazine Investigates TV -
133,770. This is ... the move of God in which God is bringing forth a many-membered manchild to govern the world, through whom Christ will govern the world during the millennium that is to come. Therefore, we are in God’s school of Divine Government, and God is training us as one many-membered man, teaching us, training us, preparing us to be the government through whom the Spirit of Christ will govern the world. The way that he is teaching us and training us is by letting us practice on one another, by teaching us to govern one another and to be governed by one another after the order of Melchisedec, which is a theocratic spirit government order. Sam Fife
133,771. Therefore let all men know, that in this dispensation of the fullness of times, God is going to fulfill His purpose to bring together into one, all things that are in Christ, both in the earth and in heaven, and make of all the twos, one new many-membered man, who lives after the order of Melchisedec. When He has finished preparing this many-membered man, He is going to purge the earth of every other man by His Judgment Day. and there will come in a new age, and a new earth, with a new man living in a new order, where every member is so dead to self that he lives unto the rest of the Body, and that order shall perpetuate eternal life. Sam Fife, One Corporate Man p22
129,062. Sam Fife was the prophet, the messenger, of God. (Cults: The Move & Abuse) People Magazine Investigates s2e4: Movement of God
129,063. He believed that any problems people had were caused by demons. (Cults: The Move & Abuse) ibid.
129,064. They beat her. They abused her. (Cults: The Move & Abuse) ibid.
129,065. In the mid-1970s shocking news reports of a fanatical religious group known as the Move begin to surface across the United States. (Cults: The Move & Abuse) ibid.
129,066. Sam Fife, a former Country & Western singer and ex-Baptist preacher, started a non-denominational charismatic Christian group. (Cults: The Move & Abuse) ibid.
129,067. Fife’s group was also known as the Body of Christ and the Movement of God before settling on the Move. (Cults: The Move & Abuse) ibid.
129,068. A travelling ministry helped spread his message. (Cults: The Move & Abuse) ibid.
129,069. ‘They all held me down and started paddling me.’ (Cults: The Move & Abuse) ibid. survivor