Judgment Of The False Prophets
They must give account to the Lord, and He will judge them harshly.
- The Lord is against the prophets who speak nonsense and envision lies (Ezekiel 13:8)
- The Lord will tear down the things that they have built (Ezekiel 14:10-16)
- God is against the deception of the prophets, divinations, magic charms, and witchcraft. He will deliver the souls of people that they have ensnared (Ezekiel 13:17-23).
- The Lord is against the conspiracies of false prophets. Those who speak heresies and schemes to gain followers, money and political favors (2 Peter 2:1).
- These false prophets love the wages of unrighteousness (2 Peter 2: 1-22). They do not differentiate between the clean and unclean or holy and unholy (Ezekiel 22:23-26). The Lord will destroy them.
- The Lord will cause them to stumble in the night and destroy their mother (those who nurture them) (Hosea 4:5).
- A prophet who prophesy in the name of the Lord when He did not tell him to speak will die, and if the prophet speaks in the name of other gods, he will also die. (Deuteronomy 18:20)
- The final judgment of these prophets is that they and their master the devil will be captured and thrown into the lake of fire. (Revelation 16:13; 19:20)
Receiving the prophetic word of God and applying it to your life is also important. Sometimes during trials or indecision persons may want a word from God. But, when they are given an answer from God if it is not what they want to hear they rejected it. The Lord said that if you do not hear His word when He speaks to you it will be required of you (Deuteronomy 18:19).
The prophets of Satan foretold terrible future events on the social media, music, cartoons, movies and video games. As Christians, we need to be filled with the wisdom of God so that we can recognize these prophecies and prayed against their fulfillment.
Too often after a catastrophic event such as 9/11 terrorist attack, people pulled up past cartoons to show that it was prophesied long ago but the people and prophets of God had no clue that it would happen.