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In a moment, in a twinkling of an eye,at the last trumpet.
1 Corinthians 15:52

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In a moment, in a twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet.
1 Corinthians 15:52

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In a moment, in a twinkling of an eye, at the last trumpet.
1 Corinthians 15:52

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Is he a False Prophet?

In light of many issues in our country with obscene events of prophetic abuse and many more degradations of the Most Holy God and His Holy Place. One must confront this evil that seeks to capture us all under the illusion of a better life here on earth as if this is home, to capture us in its web of seduction, worldliness, the love of money, self-worth, sexual immorality, the perversion of truth and to strip us naked (Rev. 16:15) before the great second coming of the LORD JESUS CHRIST.

This ungodly lie of the devil that he sends through his prophets of the last days to seduce the saints to forsake the truth and all that is godly, setting his prophets out as embattled soldiers devouring every form of truth and all that we hold dear about Jesus and His word, crushing the fibre of our faith in exchange to glorify so-called ‘Man of God’, ‘Papa’, and ‘Prophet’. This poisonous fume of lies comes at the dawn of the greatest era of our generation; the Great Day of His Second Coming. What am I talking about? There are true prophets and there are false prophets. False prophets? Yes our Lord Jesus warns that many of them will come in the last days (Matthew 24:24). Let’s get this out of the way: there are false prophets. Indeed, they are here.

Most of us would shun away from calling someone a false prophet. This is understood, first because these false prophets are leaders of many, second, they have an elderly authority with them, third, a desire to refrain from being judgmental exists so one must apply spiritual discernment (1 John 4:1) and consider the appropriateness of calling someone a false prophet. One must look at things in light of the damage false prophets have caused, taking away from Christ, His Church, to a gospel centred around such prophets which thing is not from the Spirit of God. The love for truth is thrown to the garbage bin because of these movements while at the same time the affectionate love of worship of Jesus Christ is trodden underfoot by the same. We can’t simply watch and do nothing.

Stay with the Word, this is what the Word says “when a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the thing does not happen or come to pass, that is the thing which the LORD has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously; you shall not be afraid of him” (Deut. 18:22).The prophet must centralize the glory of Jesus Christ and His commandments and love, diminishing his glory; and love God’s people. With this guidance, one can be safe to make a judgmental call especially when it matters the most to openly state whether a person is a true or false prophet. He can’t be both. To be cautioned, one must be prudent because some of the challenges prophets faces are very circumstantial and hence a stringent adherence to the voice and leading of Holy Spirit before making judgments of this nature should be applied.

I hope you’re awaken to this truth and encouraged not to be afraid to be a soldier for Jesus. In adding to this, according to the bible, we are compelled by God to point out the sin and even the sin that is in the church; to conceal sin is in itself a form of sin, it’s a doorway for evil to continue without being checked and can be a form of temptation to the concealer. We are in the last days and it is imperative to grapple around wisdom and spiritual guidance to know how to be set apart from false churches for God in Christ Jesus. False prophets are here. We can’t simply watch and do nothing. God forbid.