FALSE PROPHET ALERT.
Everyone knows the big one is coming with or without sin in California.
I’m a Christian, but whoever spoke this is a False Prophet.
Losers like this give Christians a bad name.
John the apostle was the last Prophet. Biblical prophecy ended with the Book of Revelations. Any so called prophet today is a servant of satan, not God.
Evidently you have a very different ‘Bible.’
Scripture indicates that in the LAST DAYS
sons and daughters SHALL PROPHECY; OLD MEN SHALL DREAM GODLY PROPHETIC DREAMS ETC.
I suggest you trade your faulty Bible in on an authentic one.
Re your #63: “Any so called prophet today is a servant of satan, not God.”
Truly, we have to be really careful about this stuff.
But tell me; did the gifts of the Holy Spirit as enumerated in the Book of Acts expire after the first Century AD?
I’ll have to check, as I’m a little rusty... but isn’t “prophecy” among the gifts? Did it say that St. John was the last Follower of Yeshua to have that gift bestowed upon him?
If Belevers still heal, preach, teach, discern, administer, and speak in and interpret unknown tongues, then how is it they must no longer prophecy?
(Or is it “Prophecize”?)
Isn’t it written somewhere that ... Oh!; wait; here it is:
Act 2:17 ~ “And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams:...”
That kind of sounds like it was written in the FUTURE tense, does it not? Could the future of 37AD or whenever Acts was written have been sometime around... oh, I dunno... like, NOW?
Also, just for associated ponderfication, check out:
Eph 4:11 “And he gave some, apostles; and some, prophets; and some, evangelists; and some, pastors and teachers;
Eph 4:12 For the perfecting of the saints, for the work of the ministry, for the edifying of the body of Christ:...”
Of course I really don’t know if our Brother Jedediah here is a licensed, bona fide Prophet or not without observing any of his short term prophecies coming to pass, as the Prophets of old usually had to do in order to establish their prophetic credibility back then, but I do find him to be a terribly interesting sort of chap and I’m open to hearing him out. He sounds like the kind of guy I’d like to go fishing with.
As weird as I am, we’d probably hit it off alarmingly well.
Who knows? He just might be on to something.
Stranger things have happened.