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.
There’s no question that Billy Graham left a legacy – but just what kind of “legacy” are we talking about? Sure, thousands – if not millions – may have walked the aisle and asked Jesus into their hearts in his crusades, but will it matter in the Kingdom?
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.
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.
The “wheat” and the “tares” are becoming more and more obvious, as we approach the End of the Age. As painful as it may be to face, not everyone who is claiming to be our “brother and sister in Christ” is truly our family. What’s the difference between the “wheat” and the “tares”? This post will tell you…