False prophets are people who claim to be prophets of God yet are not genuinely operating under His authority but Satan’s. They may be using their influence to mislead people into believing their own personal agendas or to lead people away from the teachings of God while using scriptures. In contrast, real prophets are people called and sent by God to bring His message and truth to the world. They are faithful to His commands and strive to live a life of holiness so that they can effectively represent Him.
A false prophet will say things like, the Lord said, “he will bless you suddenly.” A false prophet will send letters and say that the note is specifically for the person, yet mail hundreds of thousands and say God told them to send and ask them for money to manifest the scriptures for blessing. Scripture reminds us that false prophets will come, yet we should not be alarmed since God is in control (Matthew 7:15). He will ensure that truth is revealed and those who choose to follow Him will be blessed. Real prophets can be found throughout the Bible, from Moses to Elijah and many in between though to today. They obey God’s commands and are enabled to speak His truth with love and justice. In the community, real prophets can bring about peace and understanding, while false prophets may be a source of discord and confusion.
Ultimately, God’s anointed prophets are able to bring people to a better understanding of God, His Word, and His Kingdom, while false prophets can lead people away from His truth and into error. Often the focus is on money, even their Bible studies are about money. It’s a diviners tactic to give the people false hope and they come running to it day after day yearly. Yet, unfortunately, the blessings never come and they continue to send money to pay for them. did you know the moment a person starts to pray false prophesy under the guise that they hear from God in order to gain personal wealth that they tap into the occult. You will often hear them say that they were taken to the third heaven. Wherever they stand, there is the Lord, a false prophet will speak gibberish and call it tongues in front of a congregation and then tell the people the word is powerful yet they’ll be no interpreters. The people have been coerced and manipulated to believe they are not as special in the church as the false prophet on the stage. Therefore, they don’t question false false Preachers and Pastors and take their word for truth. Bewitched by the world when scripture says God takes the worldliness out of us
The Bible is clear that if a person speaks in tongues, an interpreter must be present for the message to be understood by those in the congregation. This is stated in 1 Corinthians 14:27-28 which says, “If anyone speaks in a tongue, let there be only two or at most three, and each in turn, and let someone interpret. But if there is no one to interpret, let each of them keep silent in church and speak to himself and God.” This passage emphasizes the importance of having an interpreter present when a person speaks in tongues, as it is the only way for the message to be understood by those in the congregation. Yet congregations are manipulated and are afraid of the forgery of authority masked with excessive wealth.
The office of the Prophet is a bold, loving, and fearless one, often without worldly wealth. We travel and share the message of Christ, teaching, and warning with selflessness and joy. As mentioned in Hebrews 13:7, “Remember your leaders, those who spoke to you the word of God. Consider the outcome of their way of life, and imitate their faith.” Proverbs 11:14 tells us, “Where there is no guidance, a people falls, but in an abundance of counselors there is safety.” The prophets of old, and even today, guide and lead with their wisdom, knowledge, and faith. They serve as an example of courage, strength, and obedience to God.
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