“If what a prophet proclaims in the name of the Lord does not take place or come true, that is a message the Lord has not spoken. That prophet has spoken presumptuously. Do not be afraid of him” Deuteronomy 18:22
Your best guess now?
Prophecy is an exact prediction of the future because it comes from God. Not your best guess now. We ask you – do Phil and Chris Pringle insert their own teaching, and peddle their own flights of fancy, from their carnal hearts when they “prophesy”? Are they prophesying correctly under the power of the Holy Spirit, or are they operating under a spirit that is not from the Lord?
On a recent episode of “Fighting For The Faith” Chris Rosebrough compares this duo’s “prophetic” utterances in light of scripture and basic logic.
Patricia King Claims She Averted WWIII
• Patricia King Claims She Averted WWIII
• Mike Bickle’s False Prophetic Claims
• Phil Pringle’s False Prophetic Claims
• Sermon Review: Winter is Over by Chris Pringle of C3
Source: Chris Rosebrough, Patricia King Claims She Averted WWIII, Fighting for the Faith, http://www.fightingforthefaith.com/2015/03/patricia-king-claims-she-averted-wwiii.html, Published 12/03/2015. (Accessed 20/03/2015.)
The body of Christ are to be grateful for the ministry of watchmen willing to speak plainly and call out these false prophets & prophetesses, holding their feet to the fire of God’s Holy Word. This should be done for the preservation of precious faithful believers whose own testimonies are held up to the scrutiny of the world.
An earlier false prophecy given by Phil Pringle:
“I believe New Zealand is about to have in 2005 a revival that will eclipse any kind of revival it has ever had in the history of that nation. I believe by the power of the Holy Spirit New Zealand is about to have a touch from Heaven. A touch from Heaven and the finger of God is poised in the heavens. I see it I see lightening bolts coming out of the Long White Cloud. I see feet running through the streets to get to meetings. I see things happening that have never happened before people running to church in New Zealand. I see them running through the streets of Wellington. I see them running down and the wind is blowing. They are pushing against the wind they are trying to get to churches. There are people running in Auckland down Queen Street to get to church. People are running They are desperate, some are full of fear some are full of faith. But they are running to church. This is going to happen in New Zealand 1000’s and 1000’s of people running to church – running It’s probably not ever happened in New Zealand before. Amen, Here endeth that prophecy – Praise God”
With false prophecies like the one above so common these days, there’s a great need for critical thinking and careful discernment – in fact biblical integrity has never been more important than it is today. We are all called to be discerning, it’s a gift not just meant for a select few. Every Christian has a duty to discern between truth and error. We are commanded in 1 Thessalonians 5:21 to test everything.
Are the rambling words of Chris Pringle in the sermon review able to be tested against God’s Word? Did she really have a vision of Christ? Is so, why did this Christ need to tell her who he was? Did her face shine so brightly afterwards, she needed to veil her face? Is she lying ? Or is she deceived?
What are your thoughts about Phil and Chris Pringle’s “prophetic” manifestations? Are they true prophets or are they carried off by their own flights of fancy?