The “prophetic standards” that should be issued by charismatic leaders such as Michael Brown is to forever mark and avoid those who utter false prophecies as per Romans 16:17-18. So called NAR prophets, who pretend to speak for God, have proven time and time again that they are not only false prophets, many of them are narcissistic money grubbing charlatans. The Body of Christ is admonished to “take no part in the unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them.” Ephesians 5:11.
(Julia Duin) After an embarrassing number of wrong prophecies and bungled predictions about the 2020 election, a group of charismatic Christian leaders have released a four-page statement of “prophetic standards” to help correct abuses in the movement.
The statement, released April 29 on the newly created propheticstandards.com, is the work of 85 Christian ministry heads, preachers, academics, denominational officials, authors, revivalists, evangelists and other participants in what’s been called the prophetic movement, a subset of Pentecostal Christianity. Their signatures are attached.
The movement came into much disrepute in recent months after scores of prophets incorrectly prophesied that former President Donald Trump would win a second term, while failing to prophesy major events such as COVID-19 and the storming of the U.S. Capitol. A handful that later apologized for the false prophecies said they received thousands of angry emails, and in the case of North Carolina prophet Jeremiah Johnson, death threats.
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