Danger-Prophecy Without Permission

Danger-Prophecy Without Permission Danger! prophecy without permission. Prophets should avoid low-level prophetic words and seek the safer high levels of spiritual accuracy. Presumptuous prophets prophesy because they can, but should they? Does a prophet need permission to prophesy? If one prophesies by faith alone is he or she in danger of tapping into a spirit of divination? If a prophet that has not been granted permission to prophesy and yet does, is he guilty of sin?

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Strange Fire - Trying the Spirits

Strange Fire - Trying the Spirits

Strange fire could include unusual manifestations such as gold dust, feathers, gems, and people barking like dogs and roaring like lions.  Some experiences are vivid and compelling, but not from the Holy Spirit. The solution is trying the spirits with Biblical truth. A search through the Scripture gives no evidence that the Holy Spirit used any of these things to confirm God's Word. Others say female angels are healing people. Again, there is no evidence of the existence of female angels in the Word of God.

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False Prophets - Avoiding Jezebel's Followers

Avoiding Jezebel's ProphetsFalse Prophets from Jezebel's prophetic ministry can prophecy false words that can get you killed. Jezebel was the daughter of Ethbal, king of the Sidonians. Her father was the high priest of the goddess, Ashtoreth a female deity. She was given to wed Ahab, king of Israel, to form a covenant between the two nations. Jezebel was a wicked queen. She set out to murder the prophets of Jehovah by the thousands. The few that remained hid themselves in caves. Others compromised their prophetic ministries and gave themselves to her.

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