Prophecy True Or False L.A.M. Norman Oetker Missionary “The Light Amidst the Mong” Hmong Thailand, Reynosa Mexico, English Class, St. Charles Missouri US.
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Eventually, another way of looking at current events.
A letter was written by a person who says he is a “Prophet.” One who has “God’s direction” about fore telling the “Future,” for all of the Christians Worldwide. All of Christianity is to embrace his private interpretation of his writings as being from God and therefore “ABSOLUTE!” as to his interpretation of a singular chapter in part, of the Bible.
A note, there are roughly over one thousand eleven hundred chapters in the Christian Bible, over thirty thousand verses, and others say, there are over seven hundred thousand words. Those words in this discussion here, are only a handful.
As one reads this Prophet’s conclusions, of tying current events with Bible symbols, it is open for discussion by others and to be finally judged by other “Prophets,” as to be from God and therefore, the “Truth.”
This factor is not mentioned, in this Prophet’s statement’s, on the contrary, according to the information given for over twenty years, there aren’t any other Prophets mentioned, as to asserting to this Prophet’s accuracy and truth in “Prophesying” of the past and to his current statements, as being
“True, And From God And, For All To Believe.”
The Internet is only in a very small portion of the global population, and of that there is only a minuscule part that would happen to be in this chat forum at any given time.
Now, we could guess maybe, God, will give others- in all part’s of the world- that this is the correct interpretation of these verses. Furthermore, all preceding Christians, Pastors, Sunday Teachers, all current Bible colleges, all current Christian Theologians, that have a different opinion, and along with their scriptural reference are in fact incorrect.
That an obscured “Prophet,” for the most part has it correct.
The primary purpose of a Prophet is to be a messenger for God.
In the final analyze, there is no need for defending God are the things He has said, in the “Full Christian Bible Of Both The Old And New Testaments.”
There will be no further revelations of what has already been given in the Bible about Prophetic Events.
In short, no one will be adding to the revelations given by the Holy Spirit, of the symbols used of persons, events, nations or whatever it might be referencing to in the Bible, of the now New Testament of the Christian Bible.
These future events will unfold on God’s timetable and no one else’s.
In the, “heading to a conclusion of events.” This has been talked about throughout the ages.
For example, there is a school of thought that the book of Revelation was fulfilled at the fall of Jerusalem, in the early stages of Christianity.
Moreover, there have been many that have predicted the end, and their view of preceding events that where current which were in fact false.
Another important consideration in a Prophet’s Prophecy.
God selects a Prophet to use, God fully knows the speaking abilities of those He chooses.
The way in which a Prophecy is spoken, with it’s dialectical colloquialism is exactly what God had intended to use.
If one needs to change, and further enhance supposed words from God, Red Flags need to be raised.
New Testament Prophet’s are not solo individuals, selected exclusively by God, for a word to all, on the contrary, the Bible is very clear on prophecy, that “ALL” prophecy is to be judged by other “Prophets,” as to being a “True Prophecy.”
All solo Prophets, who do not abide by this Bible fact are indeed, “False Prophets.”
In a Bible School Class, on the subjects mentioned in Revelations 13, there are varying view points on exactly who the characters are, that are being symbolized in this chapter.
Again, with one stating this is the meaning, and another stating their view, which is just as compelling, along with their scriptural references.
There is no scriptures given by God to an individual for his or her own private interpretation.
God has established a check and balance with all Prophecy spoken by one who says that he or she is a Prophet or Prophetess, and that is, that it will be judged by other Prophets, as to it being a true “Prophecy.”
Those Bible teachers, that correlate into today’s events with the characters or symbols from the Bible or only speculating in close proximity of maybe something coming from their own private interpretations of the Bible and it’s certain verses.
The final conclusion, is it’s just another bible student expressing an opinion on certain passage.
Today, 2009 FEBRUARY, we Christianity, are not in the “Final Days.”
The events spoken of in Revelation will be seen, plainly, by all.
Now, “Today,” is a time of “Grace,” which is unmerited favor given to man by God, that man, in fact, can come to the saving knowledge of Christ and the Cross, Forgiveness, and Salvation.
A ““Word Of Warning!”” Whenever you hear someone say this is the final warning, “that you need to repent or be lost, that is not God.”
This day, this time period, is “Grace.”
God’s Love, for His created beings, He, God, did not send his Son “Jesus,” To Condemn Mankind! On The Contrary, Jesus Came To Save.
Prophecy True Or False L.A.M. Norman Oetker Missionary "The Light Amidst the Mong" Hmong Thailand, Reynosa Mexico, English Class, St. Charles Missouri US.