Did this pastor hear from God?
Is Donald Trump God’s man of the hour?
John Kissinger [08/18/2015 5:50 AM]
already discussed but go ahead – say what you think http://www.pentecostaltheology.com/trump-shall-become-gods-trumpet-to-america/
Billy Monroe Poff [08/18/2015 7:10 AM]
I have my own opinion on whether or not he indeed did hear from God on this, but opinions are just that…opinions. The truth of the matter will be revealed in whether or not what he says comes to pass. Test any word that man speaks as “the voice of God” by seeing whether or not what he says #1) lines up with the Word of God and #2) if it comes to pass. If it does not come to pass, then without a doubt it was not the voice of God that spoke, thereby destroying the man’s credibility as being able to hear and distinquish the voice of the Lord. If it does come to pass, then take heed. Simple as that….wait and see…
Timothy Carter [08/18/2015 7:37 AM]
Billy Monroe Poff please explain what you mean by TEST and LINES UP WITH THE WORD OF GOD ? Lets say for example you are standing by and you hear a person shouting out…hummm…something like…”Jesus Christ is going to come back driving around in a Chevy. He will hutch His Bride to the bumper and drag her through the stumble.”. What would you do? Charles Page Peter A Vanedever
John Kissinger [08/18/2015 7:40 AM]
yes Billy Monroe Poff this is an interesting and very significant for Pentecostalism today position. Pls elaborate if you have some new prophetic insights to this topic!
Billy Monroe Poff [08/18/2015 8:01 AM]
Just got to work. Will reply when I get back home this evening. Hope you all have a blessed day in the Lord!
Billy Monroe Poff [08/18/2015 8:47 PM]
Greetings. Timothy Carter and my other friend, (sorry I don’t know how to type your name on my English keyboard to tag you) All I was saying is that when I hear (or read) someone speak (or write) a prophecy, I am always at first skeptical unless I know the person personally and am aware of their integrity in spiritual matters. And even then, I always look at the prophecy through skeptical eyes first and then keep it in mind to see if it will come to pass. I have heard many many prophesies spoken that never came close to coming true. So this tells me that the person that spoke it did not hear it from the Lord, for if something comes from the voice of God, then it WILL surely come to pass. That doesn’t mean that the person who spoke it is a bad person or lacking spiritually. Sometimes very well meaning people have a hard time distinguishing the voice of the Lord apart from their own inner thoughts. Back when Obama was elected as president, a very well respected preacher prophesied to Sarah Palin and told her that the Lord had anointed her and she was going to win the election. Of course, we know that was not the outcome. So, when he prophesied that over her, I didn’t ridicule him (and still don’t) I just quietly waited to see if it would come to pass. The Bible tells us in 1Jn 4:1 “Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits, whether they are of God; because many false prophets have gone out into the world.” And even in this, I am not saying that this particular prophecy that started this thread is or isn’t from God. All I’m saying is to remember it. And wait and see if it comes to pass… Then it will be evident as to whether it was from God or not. Blessings to you my brothers!