False Prophets and Prophecy
Since the inception of this site, I have written many different posts on prophecy and false prophets.
This teaching and commentary comes from first-hand experience, ladies and gentleman.
I was involved in the prophetic movement, as well as an employee of the Elijah List for 7 years. Being in this position allowed me to interface with many of the popular prophetic celebrities that are still making waves today.
I was also able to obtain a behind-the-scenes perspective as I observed, and sometimes participated in, the activities and drama of a “prophetic ministry.”
The many posts that you see below are a result of God healing my spirit and renewing my mind according to His Word.
Seven years of regret is sometimes hard to fathom for me, but more and more I am able to see the Master’s Hand at work, as others are healed (and warned) by the result.
I pray that these posts will be a blessing to you all.
In this video, Juanita Bynum mercilessly rails against the sheep. Look, folks, if the spirit behind this woman doesn’t make you nauseous, the sheer insult to your intelligence and sense of humanity should get you fired up.
I shouldn’t have been shocked at this video …. not in the slightest. Still, when I viewed Kenneth Copeland unabashedly playing into the hands of the “one world religion,” it left me with a sinking feeling in my stomach. Twenty-four hours later, I’m still a little dazed.
Have you ever sat and listened silently to a prophet or prophetess expound upon what seemed to be the latest of an endless series of dreams or visions? Were you tempted to question the veracity of their encounter(s), only to be silenced by echoes of “touch not God’s anointed” coursing through your mind? Believe me, I have. Let me tell you what God’s Word has to say about false prophets and their dreams and visions.
Ever since I wrote my "Working for the Elijah List" testimony, people have asked me "Where are the Real Prophets?" Quite honestly, up until the last couple years, I didn’t have a clue! I just knew who they were NOT! Well, I’m happy to say that I’ve found them… they are alive and well and they are NOT on TBN!
People have done hours of research and written books about the differences between Old Testament and New Testament prophets. Well, I’m sorry to burst their bubble, but in their efforts to appear educated, they have contradicted the Word of our Unchangeable God.
Most false prophets are unwitting accomplices to a diabolical plan. As they continue to churn out support for a false image of the Messiah, they have no idea that they and their listeners are actually assisting Lucifer in his plan to deceive the world.
The influence of Python in the Greco-Roman world was greatly enhanced by the expansion of Hellenism (Greek philosophy, culture, values). This worldview stands diametrically opposed to the concrete truth of YHWH’s commands and greatly affects not only the way we see the world, but also our view of worship.
Right in the middle of the Festival of Sukkot, the “Awaken the Dawn 2017” gathering in Washington DC is going to fan a resurgence of the heart of Korah. Worship leaders, speakers and congregants alike will attempt to offer praise to the God of Moses, while hiding a heart that longs for Egypt and it’s idols. Watch this unfold!
The Oracle at Delphi was a major prophetic voice between 7th century BC and 4th century AD. It’s not mentioned at all in the bible, but it greatly affected the culture and worldview of those who lived during that era. What (or who) exactly was the Oracle at Delphi and how did it affect the Greco-Roman empire? How is it related to the Spirit of Python mentioned in Acts 16?
To those who feel compelled to follow, and fit within, the current (and failing) church paradigm …. consider. You are not called to make the best out of a bad situation. You are called to follow the King and prepare His Way. This is the very essence of the Spirit of Elijah …
Kim Clement just declared his allegiance to the papacy. I can’t say that this is very surprising as Christian religious leaders and figureheads are falling on their knees like dominoes to kiss the proverbial ring of the pope and fall in line with the prophesied one world religion.
Todd is one of the major players behind the up ‘n coming Awaken the Dawn conference and has been featured at the Azusa Now “revivals”, TBN, CBN, Charisma Magazine and (surprise, surprise) the Elijah List. But is he legit, or just another servant of the papacy?
A few days ago, Charisma Magazine released an article by Cindy Jacobs entitled “How to Prophetically Lay Siege to a City.” In this article, Mrs. Jacobs shares what she feels is God’s strategy for defeating satan’s influence in our cities so that the long-awaited revival can finally arrive. Unfortunately, in her zeal for “storming the gates of hell”, she overlooks (and as a result, disobeys) one of the most important commands of the Bible.
The turning of “the hearts of the fathers to the children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers” means so much more than what the mainstream church believes. In fact, the whole point of the text is purposely bypassed in favor of the traditional interpretation. Come learn the truth about this overused, yet completely misunderstood passage.
The Old Testament prophets knew there would come a day when the likes of Bill Johnson, Kris Vallotton, Graham Cooke and Rick Joyner would come and deceive many! They likened these prophetic imposters to “little foxes” who destroy the fruit of the vine. If we compare these foxes to the false prophets of our day, we will see that absolutely nothing has changed! It’s the same game. Check out the final installation in the “Haven’t We Prophesied In Your Name?” series!
Azusa 2016 may have been an event organized by men, but it was orchestrated by the Spirit of Elijah. As the false prophets strove for a “unity” that involved a consolidation with the Mother Church, YHWH’s true prophets dropped to their knees and asked the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob to reveal Himself. And He answered . . . with fire!
False prophets and their followers love to convince those watching that the Holy Spirit is moving upon them by putting on an outward show of jerks, quakes, nonsensical phrases and other odd “spiritual manifestations.”
Sometimes, the show is an outright lie – they are completely faking it. At other times, an actual spirit is pulling the strings. And sometimes it’s a little of both. Trying to discern just what is going on can be pretty difficult.
This article will attempt to lend some clarity to this phenomenon.
After confessing to having knowledge of Paul Cain’s predatorial tendencies for the past 15 years, Rick Joyner attempts to salvage Paul’s reputation as a prophet, as well as his own reputation, by appealing to commonly taught misunderstandings of spiritual gifts and spiritual father figures.
Because of the Deuteronomy 13 test, those with opened eyes are trying to discern between “true” and “false” prophets by the signature words “Come and let us serve other gods,” only to be shut down because nobody who claims to be a prophet – not even the worst offender – would say something so heinous.
But is that really the criteria Deuteronomy 13 is telling us to use? Or is there more to the story? … Let’s do a deep dive into this important passage!