End Time Warning – False Prophets
Since starting my full time ministry two years ago, I’ve been exposed to something that I knew was happening, but I wasn’t aware of how rampant it how become. Yeshua warned us that in the last days there would be a lot of false prophets, false teachers and preachers running around the world. While some of these are well meaning men and women who want to do something for the Father, some of these are the lowest form of human beings: they are people who are preying on the emotions of ignorant Christians.
There are a whole lot of self called people out there wearing titles like pastor, though they don’t have the call or a church; they call themselves evangelist, though they don’t evangelize; they call themselves prophet, though Yehovah never called them and they only echo what they hear someone else say; and some call themselves bishop when they don’t meet the biblical criteria to even hold this office. Folks this is wrong and it is also very dangerous. It also causes the world to laugh when they hear these people speak.
In these last days, it’s becoming more and more urgent that when we listen to anyone, we need to weigh what they say against the infallible truth of the Word of the Almighty. We need to look at what they say and whether or not they are 100% accurate when they say they’re speaking for Yehovah. The cold hard truth of it is this, according to the Bible, Yehovah’s test of a prophet is that what they say comes to pass, all the time. Deuteronomy 18:22 (NASB77) " When a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the thing does not come about or come true, that is the thing which the LORD has not spoken. The prophet has spoken it presumptuously; you shall not be afraid of him.” This verse says about all that can be said. If it doesn’t come to pass, they weren’t speaking for Yehovah.
I want to urge all of you who will read this blog to be very careful who you listen to and who you follow. It’s very dangerous to put your full faith and allegiance in any man because, as we’ve seen numerous times in the past few years, any human can fall or circum to temptation. Any human is capable of injecting things into the text to make it say what they want it to say. One can take a few passages out of context and they can start a new religion or some new religious sect.
Friends, all of us need to be careful and need to check the Scriptures to insure we’re being taught by someone who is called, anointed and speaking the true words of our Father. We need to spend time in prayer, spend time searching the Scriptures and keep our eyes open for false prophets, teachers, pastors and anyone else. It is real easy to pull the wool over the eyes of someone who doesn’t know the material. It is very easy for someone with a nice voice, a pretty face or someone who has a dynamic personality to get people to follow them for all the wrong reasons. Don’t be led into some cult or some movement that isn’t ordained and blessed by the Father in Heaven. Read your Bible and pray on a daily basis. Check what you’re being taught against the truth of the Bible.
One last thing before we say bye for now. I’ve noticed that a lot of people seemingly are worshiping or idolizing men and women who are preachers and Gospel musicians or “entertainers.” This too is very dangerous because we aren’t to worship or idolize any human. That man or woman on that stage isn’t the object of our worship: they’re a servant like any of the rest of us. They are not a super star; they are not to be held any higher than anyone else. Do not allow yourself to worship or idolize anyone or anything because Yehovah, the Creator of all, is the only one worthy of our worship, our praise and our devotion.
Thanks for your time and please, take this short message to heart. Don’t follow anyone who isn’t preaching the pure truth of Yehovah’s Word, and don’t follow anyone with a spirit of worship or an attitude of them being an idol. The cost for not listening to these words of advice could be your immortal soul.
Blessings and peace to you all,