Finneyman posted a comment · Mar 13, 2021
Those who teach about prophecy should take a open-minded look at prophecies that did not occur or God changed His planned action such as Nineveh and Hezekiah's prophesied death followed by God reversing that judgment. The truth is the Bible does NOT teach a pre-planned or pre-written future but the prayers and actions of man can a change the future outcome in accordance with Jeremiah 18 and God's abundant mercy to those who repent.
Schirduan1 posted a comment · Mar 12, 2021
My son commented about how the "Christian Prophets" were wrong on so many occasions this election cycle. Unfortunately it caused him to be more cynical about his faith and the church. These prophets who were so bold in their prophecies need to be held accountable. They are responsible for pushing many, many people who were borderline believers away. They are a terrible representative for Jesus. I have such doubts about so many of them. Again, I say they should be held accountable as in the old testament. That way if they make a bogus prediction they should lose all credibility. They are harming the witness of Jesus especially to an unbelieving world. I don't see much benefit to them. They often do more harm than good. Why is that?
Swkh310 posted a comment · Mar 10, 2021
As we have seen for the past 40 years, ANYONE can call themself a prophet. There are no qualifiers, there are no challengers. And, tragically, as we have also seen, the lemmings gladly lineup to follow them into the sea.