For many centuries, the church has adhered to the belief that there are “true” prophets and “false” prophets. Believe it or not, this is not entirely correct. If you want to gain a deeper understanding of how the Father views, works with and works through the prophets, grab your shovel and let’s dig a little deeper.
Statistics say that 40-50% of all marriages end in divorce. This is supposed to be true in the world AND in the church. Why? I’ll give you a hint. It’s not the fault of the Women’s Liberation Movement, Hollywood or even “the Spirit of Jezebel.” It’s not because of “the Great Falling Away.” The blame lies much closer to home fellas. Put on your big boy pants … this is gonna hurt. Are you man enough to take it?
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!
Christians are taught to cherry-pick scriptures out of Galatians and Colossians to justify their celebration of Christmas and Easter. They don’t realize these verses in context actually promote the celebration of the biblical feasts, not their pagan substitutes.
Yeshua told us that false prophets would deceive many in the last days. Who are these “scripturally-certified” false prophets? This page will show you.
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.
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. #elijahlist
People often ask me why I am so convinced that the modern day prophetic movement is a false and/or deceptive movement. Let me tell you…
The western church has spent all kinds of energy going after homosexuality, abortion and Harry Potter, but has unknowingly ignored the most ancient form of witchcraft that permeates her very culture, allowing an altar of sin to remain undetected and operable within.
The late Kim Clement, who had had guest appearances on TBN and possessed a HUGE online (and offline) following, was the Elijah List’s “star performer” (with Todd Bentley being a close “runner-up”), so it is still in their best interest to promote him every chance they get. Count on it… wrong or right, if Kim came out with a “word from God,” the Elijah List will promote it. It’s just a given. [Read More]
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. [Read More]