Indeed a false accusation is a claim or allegation of wrongdoing that is untrue and otherwise unsupported by facts. False accusations are also known as groundless accusations or false allegations, or false claims.
The Bible speaks ungraciously of false witnesses; Proverbs 19:5 says. “A false witness shall not be unpunished, and he that speaketh lies shall not escape. A false witness shall not be unpunished, and he that speaketh lies shall perish.
Throughout scripture, the word from the Exodus to the New Testament speaks of a false witness who accuses and tells lies like their father, Satan. The Bible says you shall not spread a false report. Nor do we join hands with wicked men and women who maliciously twist stories to cover the dark and envious nature of their hearts.
Indeed the prophetic is grounds for spiritual wars against false accusations and master manipulators. The Spiritually pure and innocent is carrying out the gospel and with eyes and ears to see what other people do not. That said, a spiritual gift of the anointing comes with a high cost.
Indeed Jezebel and the narcissist go hand in hand and lie with false visions and speak on behalf of their crooked hearts, not God and claim it to be God. God hates a liar; their tongue is an abomination; in Proverbs 6:16-19, the verse reads in English standard, “There are six things that the Lord hates, seven that are an abomination to him: haughty eyes, a lying tongue, and hands that shed innocent blood, a heart that devises wicked plans, feet that make haste to run to evil, a false witness who breathes out lies, and one who sows discord among brothers.
Father will indeed handle those who brandish lies against His servants because their feelings are hurt. Boundaries draw a line between narcissists who pretend to be what they are not and manipulate others to believe we are lying, thieving devils.
In the bible, the Old Testament warns: Do not blaspheme God or curse the ruler of your people (Exodus 22, 28). God forbids insulting or attacking a prophet: “Touch not my anointed and do my prophet, do no harm.”
Indeed those who falsely brandish stories and claim it’s from God to insult, lie, twist, dig, scheme, perpetrate, and falsely accuse and slander have a grandiose perception of themselves, thinking they are good because they gave to the causes of the needy. Simultaneously acting out with a nasty and decisive heart and tongue in secret. To the prophets it’s not hidden; the Holy Spirit reveals to protect His own
That said, it’s wise to cut ties and set boundaries. Indeed Boundaries and cutting ties with familiar spirits are essential for spiritual and emotional health. Familiar spirits are biblically proven to be demonic entities that can be attached to people or families through generational sin, occult practices, or other means. Considerable envy is a big one. These spirits can cause negative behaviors, emotions, and patterns in individuals, families, communities, and on Twitter and social media. They pretend to be one thing, but when a prophetic person catches on to their game, narcissists lead others through lies and slander and play the victim to encourage others to see an innocent person negatively with no proof.
Indeed the mouth that speaks the stories is nine times out of ten the author of that story. They suffer mental and emotional distress; therefore, being blocked for just cause leads to smear campaigns. That said; the best thing to do is give it to God; Father will show out big for the innocent, and the guilty will reap what they sow.
Also, as soon as a person declares God told them to be falsely and accuse God’s prophets and servants, it becomes witchcraft. That is NOT God’s Holy Spirit. In scripture, Deuteronomy 18:10-12 warns against involvement with familiar spirits and other mysticism, stating that they are detestable to the Lord. In 1 Samuel 28, King Saul consults a medium to contact the spirit of Samuel, which results in his downfall.
Cutting ties with familiar spirits involves acknowledging their presence in people and shutting the door. Pray, forgive, and leave them to Christ. Woe to those who call good evil and evil good!
Indeed, a narcissist will use words such as I love you in the same sentence with backhanded comments and compliments while claiming they love the most and that no one is as loving as they claim to be. Yet sinister and full of shame. While Doubt, regret, offense, calculation, and manipulative behaviors that blame. Certainly, they are not fooling anyone that matters.
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