Swkh310 posted a comment · Apr 17, 2020
Is it “prophet” or “profit”? Either way, I don’t believe a word of it.
neptune posted a comment · Apr 17, 2020
Brown wrote ". . . prognosticators or predicters." That should be "predictors." Guess he forgot to run his spell-check? ;) Brown also wrote: "According to this prophecy, the virus began in a Chinese lab and would be highly contagious." But wait a minute—when exactly was that prophecy given? We've known the "Chinese lab" theory for at least a couple of months now. That's not exactly new. And "highly contagious" is debatable—many experts believe that the virus is not much more contagious than the flu. Also, it would be helpful if Brown had distinguished between the various types of "prophetic" gifts: 1) the prophecy that's one of the 9 gifts of the Spirit; 2) the "full-time" prophets mentioned in Eph. 4:11; and 3) the "motivational" gift of prophecy mentioned in Romans 12:6. In theory, anyone can operate in any of the 9 gifts of the Spirit—they don't "belong" to any specific believer. On the other hand, very few people are called to be full-time prophets (part of the "fivefold" ministry). As for the final category, many believers have the "motivational" gift of prophecy, which is the ability to perceive or discern. Anyway, this is a very interesting topic. And I hope that the prophecy about Covid-19 ends up being true.