God sealed prophecy. He plainly stated that He did in the books of Daniel and Revelation. If we believe that God tells the truth, we must also believe that prophecy is sealed.And yet every minister on earth seems to have claimed that he understands prophecy. We are left to wonder why ministers are compelled to contradict God on this point. There must be some overwhelming need ministers have to make their claims.”Look at me, Mamma!”Early experiences formed the personalities of ministers. In this, we are all the same. We wanted our mother’s attention and for her to adore our antics. Some children did anything to get their mother’s attention.Some people continued to demand their mother’s attention after they grew up. Some ministers still have a need to be the center of attention. Their mothers have turned into congregations and television audiences.Televangelists think that their entertainment is so important that it is worth billions of dollars from their audiences.In order to validate the worthiness of their television programs, hosts invite prophecy ministers who claim to have divinely given prophecy that will dazzle audiences. But, we already know that God sealed prophecy, so whatever the minister has to say is just more… Read full this story
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