True Prophets are a Reflection of Jesus

“Then many false prophets will rise up and deceive many. And because lawlessness will abound, the love of many will grow cold” (Matthew 24:11-12).

Wolves, in their own environment, bring balance to nature, but when there’s a wolf in sheep’s clothing, and he’s behind the pulpit, it’s bad news because he’s only interested in fleecing the flock and then devouring the sheep.

The Apostle Peter saw it in his day, writing that “false prophets also arose among the people, just as there will be false teachers among you, who will secretly bring in destructive heresies, even denying the Master who bought them, bringing upon themselves swift destruction” (2 Pet 2:1).

In the current times, many of us can relate to the prophet Jeremiah’s words: “My heart within me is broken because of the [false] prophets; all my bones shake … because of the Lord, and because of His holy words” (23:9). God declared, “‘For both prophet and priest are profane; yes, in My house I have found their wickedness,’ says the Lord” (23:11).

If your church is not focused primarily on the Person and the work of Jesus Christ, it is not Christocentric.  That means, it is not Christ focused, and remember, Jesus said the Holy Spirit will testify of Him (John 15:26), and so God’s teachers should testify of Christ too.

True Prophets are a Reflection of Jesus

Bob Thiel Lies

On Thiels cult website he writes:

“As far as false prophecies go, Herbert W. Armstrong had misunderstandings related to WWII and sometimes pointed to dates that he should not have–and we do not attempt to defend his errors. To his credit, however, he asserted that he was not a prophet.

Thiel, you need to repent!

The Cult leader Who cried “Wolf”

A Shepard tasked with tending to a flock of sheeple near his quaint village of Wadsworth decides to have a little fun with his sheeple. “Jesus is coming! Jesus is coming!” he cries out! The sheeple prepare but nothing comes to pass. The Shepard laughs at them. He then pulls this shit several more times.

Those whose ears were likely ringing by now from the lies told by the Shepard realize that “fool me five times should be a shame on us”. The lesson learned should be: No one believes a liar, even when he speaks the truth. But then again, only fools never learn from following a pied piper!