Tag Archives: prophecy

Identifying False Prophecy

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God still speaks through people. Prophetic gifts are celebrated throughout the New Testament, and Paul even instructs the Church to “eagerly desire gifts of the Spirit, especially prophecy.” (See 1 Corinthians 14:1.) The Greek word used for “eagerly desire” here means to burn with zeal, to strive after, and to actively pursue. Surely believers today […]

Lance Wallnau’s Response to My Recent Article about Donald Trump

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With 770+ Facebook shares and climbing, I suppose it was inevitable that Lance Wallnau would eventually see my recent article, American Elections, Donald Trump, and God’s Secret Prophetic Strategy. (If you haven’t read it yet, today’s response isn’t going to make much sense; so you may want to do that first.) It’s flattering, really, to have […]

American Elections, Donald Trump, and God’s Secret Prophetic Strategy

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[EDIT: A couple people have told me that I wasn’t descriptive enough when I talked about the tiger dream. I thought I was clear, but I have added a bit more detail to help people understand what I was trying to convey. March 12, 2016.] It is with fear and trembling that I write these […]

Are You Concerned about a Financial Collapse?

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My phone has been buzzing with news updates about the recent dips in the stock market, and many of my Christian friends have been abuzz with concerns about an apparently prophetically-foretold financial collapse. In their estimation, all signs point to some sort of American economic catastrophe that is supposed to happen in September this year and discipline […]

A Word to the Church about the Supreme Court Ruling on Gay Marriage

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Today the Supreme Court of the United States issued a ruling by a narrow majority to legalize same-sex marriage in all 50 states. The full ramifications of this are not yet known, but as we process this news in the coming days, I believe we need to keep our focus in the right place. It’s […]

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