Facebook can be a great tool for spreading a message, preaching the gospel or staying in contact with your loved ones, but is it really a reliable source of growth? Can it really change your heart?
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.
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!
Like most of the doctrine that we learned growing up, our concept of the salvation process was formulated within a framework that, in my view, cannot really be backed up with Scripture. This framework made it easy for debates such as “once saved always saved vs. losing your salvation” to thrive in and confuse the church. This framework is flawed.
1 Corinthians 14 is the “go to” chapter of the bible that dispensationalists use to explain the differences in prophecy between the Old and New Testament. This errant theology flies in the face of our Unchangeable God and plays right into the ethos of the false prophet. Let’s take a closer look at this overused, and much abused, chapter.
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. [Read More]
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.
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? [Read More]
The relationship between a false prophet and a sinful nation hasn’t changed in over 2,000 years. Sinful people instruct the prophet to speak what they want to hear and the spineless prophets eagerly oblige.
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.