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C3 states the 9/11 prophecy was given to Philip Andrew Pringle on the 31st of December, 1998.

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Although C3 tried to portray the tallest buildings in the world to be the famous twin towers, they were wrong. After the twin towers were built in 1970-1971, the Sears Tower was completed two years later. The Sears Tower was the tallest building until 1998.

The Petronas Twin Towers were built in Kuala Lumpur and completed in 1998. These were the tallest towers in the world from 1998 to 2004, preceded by the Taipei World Financial Center in China in 2004. However in 2007, C3 and Philip Pringle had the audacity to link this false prophecy to the 2001 World Trade Center tragedy.

In 1998 he said, “I can see the tallest buildings in the world crumbling to the ground”. So he should have seen the Petronas towers crumble right? If he was wrong – shouldn’t he correct his prophecy?

In 2012, Phil Pringle offered no correction to this prophecy and goes along with the belief that the Twin Towers were the tallest buildings in the world.

Pringle stated,

“And, you know ah, in 1998 you’ll recall we had in an OZFIRE meeting, (Presence Meeting), I gave a similar thing about the two tallest buildings in the world coming to the ground and after that, a financial melt down. And ah- then streams of people would start coming into the house of God. And that actually happened in all kinds of ways.” – Phil Pringle, Ps Phil Pringle: Heartbeat – Servanthood, http://www2.myc3church.net/videos/ps-phil-pringle-heartbeat-servanthood, C3 Oxford Falls, Morning Service, 04/03/2012.

Yet it was only last year that C3 had their 2011 Kuala Lumpur Conference and used the Petronas Twin Towers for their advert. (Yes we know in that advert that the bible does not usually read Matt 16:18 in that New Age light).

(Source: http://vision2020conference.com/vision.php)

Didn’t Phil Pringle see “the tallest buildings in the world, crumbling to the ground”? Why did he advertise them to market his 2011 Kuala Lumpur Vision 2020 Conference? If these buildings are still standing, if his church saw them while they were at the KL Conference, shouldn’t they be questioning if Pringle is a false prophet?

What also makes this a false prophecy is what was attached to it: the promise of revival. While he didn’t say the word ‘revival’, there is no doubt this is what he is implying. But although in 2012 Pringle says, “then streams of people would start coming into the house of God. And that actually happened in all kinds of ways”, how can he reconcile that claim with this claim he made in 2011?

Pringle Claims There’s “Still Not A Revival In Australia” And “Around The Nations Of The World”

So who is not telling the truth here? Phil Pringle or Phil Pringle?

The last thing that makes this prophecy false is this weird statement He made on behalf of God,

“As you enter into covenant with me this day, I will bring blessing upon my house…” (2:00)

We can actually rule out this is NOT the Spirit of God speaking through Phil Pringle. Christians are under the ONE and only covenant with God. That covenant was made through Christ on our behalf. This is why we have the Lord’s supper. This is so we remember Christ’s words, “This is my blood of the covenant, which is poured out for many”.

For Pringle to boldly make such a claim on behalf of God, is wicked. Jesus will not bring us into a contract of works where His atoning blood will be discarded. Has Pringle no shame in disregarding the covenant of God while ‘prophesying’ on God’s behalf?

This prophecy Phil pringle made in 1998 is a false prophecy. If you have an objections or thoughts in how we’ve handled this critique on Pringle’s 1998 prophecy, please email us at c3churchwatch@hotmail.com.