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. [Read More]
Yeshua said that you will be able to discern between true and false prophets by looking at their fruit. Discerning good fruit in a prophet is simple when you understand the relationship of the grape and the fig to the nation of Israel.
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 bible says that miracles, signs and wonders follow the believer, but are also part of the end time deception. How can we tell the difference?
Taking on the nature of their father, the false prophets will arrogantly claim to be enlightened ministers of the Gospel. They want you to think that they are people who have tapped into the spiritual resources of the heavenly realm, but no matter how hard they try, authentic prophecy always seems elude them.
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.
Rather than lead you into a deeper walk of obedience, a false prophet will lead you away from the Father’s commands, enticing you with “fresh revelation”. [Read More]
The events of 2 Thessalonians 2:1-12 are happening as you read this. Now, is the time has come for you to make a decision… and what you decide will determine your eternal destiny. [Read More]
Parables were never meant to be cute, little anecdotes fashioned to help you digest a heavenly message. They were meant for those with ears to hear. [Read More]
Supernatural signs and wonders did not stop with the book of Acts, so why would He NOT show up at Bethel? How do I know this isn’t God? Good Question. [Read More]