Before we get to Protestia’s piece, you should know that Jeremiah Johnson is one of many so-called NAR prophets who predicted falsely that Donald Trump would win the presidency. The NAR maintain that they are modern day “apostles” and “prophets.” People who are involved in this movement place a greater emphasis on dreams, visions and extra-biblical revelation than they do on the scriptures. Many leaders in this cult, yes, it’s a cult, declare that they experience visits by angels, some of them even claim they’ve had face-to-face conversations with the Lord Jesus. According to John MacArthur the NAR “is a rapidly expanding movement being generated by some of the same old troubling false teachers and false leaders that have been around in Charismania for decades, always dishonoring the Holy Spirit, always dishonoring the Scripture, always claiming miracle signs, wonders, visions, dreams.”
Now to Protestia’s piece:
Charismatic prophet Jeremiah Johnson has announced he is suspending all online ministry for the next two weeks, a decision he made after he was “visited by the Lord in a very significant way” following the fallout from falsely prophesying that Trump would win re-election and then subsequently offering a public apology.
Last seen running and flipping into the baptismal font, Johnson posted on his Facebook page that he’s recognizing how much his action can impact the body of Christ, either for good or evil, and that he’s shutting things down while he meets with staff members so they can “unpack the radical shift that God is asking in its next season.”
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