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.
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.
At a time when this nation should be on their knees repenting, Rick Joyner and Lance Wallnau fulfill their roles as false prophets, distracting you with lies and frivolous claims.
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?
Unfortunately, this tale of perversion and pretense is not confined to the late “prophet,” Paul Cain. There are many self-appointed “spokesmen for God” out there who are acting as enablers or participants in the most grievous types of sin. And our leaders open wide the door of the churches so that these wolves can feed off of you: body, soul and spirit.
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!
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!
False prophets and teachers at Charisma magazine and other mainstream christian publications are pulling out all the stops to ensure that the framework behind the propaganda they push stays in tact, even if it means resorting to manipulation and outright deceit. And they have YOU in their sights. Watch out, believers! The sheep clothes are coming off…
Why does God allow miracles, signs and wonders to be performed by false prophets in the “Word of Faith” and “Prophetic” camps? Is it all an elaborate ruse, or is something else afoot?
Prophetic voices like Rick Joyner, Mike Bickle, the Elijah List and other Charismatic influences are scrambling to use the death of Paul Cain, one of the “fathers” of the prophetic movement and confessed homosexual, to further a deceptive mindset and worm their way into your walk with the Most High.
But you don’t have to be another victim. Your quest for the truth starts here.
Between the years 2001-2008, I was the webmaster for the Elijah List, one of the largest distributors of false prophecy for the prophetic movement. I witnessed first hand the deception that goes on behind the scenes in what was (arguably) the most popular prophetic email ministry of the time.
How can we tell if a dream or vision is from God? Are there any scriptures in the Word that we can go to for verification? In this post, we will apply scriptural criteria to real life examples and test if the dreams and visions are really from God or are the result of “another spirit.”
Followers of the Word of Faith and Prophetic Movements use Psalm 105:15 as a trump card to cause those who question them to cower in fear of divine retribution. It’s time to silence this ridiculous threat.
False prophets at the End of the Age are people who probably have the best intentions. They may genuinely believe that they are doing God’s will and have the signs and wonders to back up their claims! But when it’s all said and done, the miraculous signs and wonders are not God’s “Seal of Approval” on their lives and ministries.
Thanks to charismatic publications like the Elijah List and Charisma magazine, “the Spirit of Python” seems to be all the rage in spiritual warfare circles. False prophets and deliverance ministers all have varying ideas as to how this spirit operates and the accompanying spiritual and physical side effects. But do they really know what they are talking about? Is the Spirit of Python really responsible for all they say that it is? What do we know about this elusive spirit serpent? What does the Bible say? What does history say? By the end of this series, you’ll know the truth.
Let’s take the time to discuss another key characteristic of Hellenism that – historically and presently – has deeply affected the faith for the worse. Not only does Hellenism fog concrete and absolute truth with abstraction, it also militantly promotes and enforces it by employing tactics such as infiltration, subversion and – if necessary – murder.
A careful look at the Word of God will reveal that the goals of Martin Luther’s gospel and that of the Kingdom of God are not at all the same. Perhaps it’s time to re-think our evangelism values and strategy.
Many Christians will be gathering together to pray against the spells of witches on behalf of President Trump, but are they in any shape to do so? Please consider this warning.