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“Indeed, all who desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted, while evil people and impostors will go on from bad to worse, deceiving and being deceived.” 2 Timothy 3:12-13
This is Mark Kelsey parading ‘Prophet’ Phil Pringle at this years Presence Conference.
Please read below how the video went out of it’s way to misinform and deceive people about Pringle, his prophecy and the so-called ‘revival’.
Amazing Distortion Effort Made By C3 & Prophet Phil Pringle (Part 1)
Amazing Distortion Effort Made By C3 & Prophet Phil Pringle (Part 2)
Amazing Distortion Effort Made By C3 & Prophet Phil Pringle (Part 3)
Amazing Distortion Effort Made By C3 & Prophet Phil Pringle (Part 4)
Amazing Distortion Effort Made By C3 & Prophet Phil Pringle (Part 5)
So what happened? Has Mark Kelsey seen through the prophetic nonsense of Phil Pringle? Just recently, Mark Kelsey prayed this prayer.
After hearing the above, one has to ask the question to Mark Kelsey:
Why is Mark still praying for a revival when his “incredible leaders” prophesied that they should be currently in an international revival?
if you spent as much time praying for revival, and preaching the Gospel you wouldny have time for this nonsense , if God were to send a revival , how would you know know? it could take so many forms not just seats in a building. Just as in the days of Jesus- He to was mocked on a regular basis and judged on what He said all the time by those watching- just like you. 1000 new converts in established churches per month is awesome, dont you think, how is your church doing ? i hope you are doing 100 times that we need you at your best
Phil Pringle is a False Prophet said:
“[…] if God were to send a revival […]”
“If”, Andrew? “If”? Phil said that there *would* be a revival – but there hasn’t been, has there? You know what that makes Phil, don’t you? That makes him a false prophet. And what of the revival that Phil “prophesied” about in New Zealand, Andrew? Did that ever take place?
“[Jesus] was mocked on a regular basis […]”
And did Jesus drive a BMW, Andrew? Did any of his disciples own a Mercedes-Benz? Are you pleased to know that your “tithes” are ensuring that Phil Pringle and his loyal lap dogs can live in style? But you be sure to keep on giving your money to C3, now – you know that Phil says you’ll be “cursed” if you don’t.
Warragamba Dam overflowed again this past week. Surely Pringle proclaimed a prophecy about this latest overflow at the Presence Conference in April?
Illegally blonde said:
Matthew 7:15 “Beware of the false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly are ravenous wolves.”
“False prophets are not simply wrong teachers, propagating a different philosophy or alternative theology. They are spiritually dangerous and we should not expose our souls and minds to their perverse, poisonous influence. These purveyors of error and heresy are spiritual beasts and far more deadly than any physical ones. Peter warns that they are “like unreasoning animals. . . . reveling in their deceptions . . . enticing unstable souls” (2 Peter 2:12, 13, 14; cf. Jude 10). Therefore, perfectly understanding all this, Jesus’ admonition to “beware of the false prophets” is not merely a mention of something but a warning to be on guard against and keep our minds away from what is spiritually harmful.
For the benefit of His listeners, it was natural for Jesus to compare false prophets with wolves. In Palestine, wolves roamed the landscape seeking to prey upon stray or lagging sheep. When a wolf found a defenseless sheep, it attacked quickly and tore the sheep to pieces. Just like those merciless and ferocious animals, false teachers are always seeking new victims.
Jude’s letter warns against false prophets and tells how we can safeguard ourselves against them: “Keep yourselves in the love of God, waiting anxiously for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ to eternal life” (v. 21). Our first priority is to be right with the Lord, living in a place of divine fellowship and sound teaching. Then we can warn others of false prophets and carefully rescue them from the damning influences (Jude 22–23).” John Macarthur
But why do people today continue to ignore Christ’s warning, a warning demonstrating His deep love for those who are His?
Rather than, “test everything; hold on to the good”, the churchgoers today rush to see/hear the latest speaker, read the latest book, follow the latest fad –
Apart from the book of Philemon, we see warnings about false teachers in all the NT books, evidence that God takes serious issue with those same false teachers.
It’s timely to remember that one of the most frightening verses in all of Scripture comes from Jesus Himself. Speaking of the religious leaders of His day, He says in Matthew 15:14 “Let them alone; they are blind guides of the blind. And if a blind man guides a blind man, both will fall into a pit”.
2000+ years later, is this something to consider? Or are you bent on living your “best life now”?