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Thursday, July 9, 2009

Master Prophet!

Now in my last post I mention there's no such thing as a prophetess. Now let's talk about "Master Prophet" Bernard Jordan for a minute. What is a "Master Prophet" anyway? Is that like a "Master Plumber?" I don't really find that designation in the Bible...

Anyway - I caught "Master Prophet" Bernard Jordan on BET early one morning when I couldn't sleep and let me tell you. This man is off the chain - you can just get lost in his website. You can order a personal prophecy, be part of the "prophecology" event (whatever that is), pay $1199 for a year of prophetic teachings, or for only $3,000 become part of the prophetic "inner circle." Now this guy is selling a soap that supposedly helps bring protection and give you a greater ability to function with intuition and in sight a special "prophetic" soap. You've got to check this out. You'll never wash the same way again.. $7 / bar, come on.

I mean let's face it- this guy has endorsements from Rev. Al Sharpton, Russel Simmons, and even Rev. Ike. How can you go wrong with that?

What I want to know is why do we get bent out of shape when a Pastor struggles with a sexual sin and finally collapses? At least he's struggled and appears to be on the path to restoration. But we let a guy like Bernard Jordan get a pass as if nothing's going on. Where's the out rage concerning his lying and stealing from the people of God?


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  1. lol. Thank God that the blood of Jesus is free.

    God has already told us to study to show ourselves approved.

    It is our responsibility to study the Word of God, and depend on the Holy Spirit for guidiance. I think the more we study, pray and depend on God alone, the less we will tend to fall prey to folks like this.

    I have to admit that in my earlier days... I was so hungry for God that I wanted to be where ever the "annointing" was. I used to run from one deliverance meeting to another.

    But I truly truly thank God that I was able to sit under some good teachings that had no fluff-n-stuff. The goal of the teacher was to preach the gospel only. Money was rarely ever mentioned.

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  2. There is one thing I wonder about...

    You know how a lot of these charlatons like to quote some verse about "if you help a prophet, you get a prophets reward"?

    ok ... now... if we are dealing with wolves in sheeps clothing, and you go and enter convenant with them (albeit in ignorance) .. wouldn't the comdemnation or sin of that wolf's life also affect you?

    Does that make sense?

    I guess I'm trying to say that a convenant can work both ways.. good and evil

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  4. I pegged this guy as a fraud and false prophet from the day I laid eyes upon him. He may have even predicted some things that have come true. I would classify them as lying wonders. True prophets of GOD do not come prophesying money, houses, cars and fame. The prophet's role si the testimony of Jesus Christ.
    The prophetic ministry turns the hearts of the people toward the LORD. He is a fraud.

    I was at work 2 weeks ago and his ministry made an unsolicited call to my workplace after 5:00 p.m.! This is ALL about money. In his commercial (TV Show), Rep. (short for repropate) Ike points to Jordan and says: "THERE'S MONEY IN THE MOUTH OF THE PROPHET!" Yeah, right.

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  5. I went to a service at Bishop Weeks church and this guy was preaching. Let me tell you that he called for people to give $900 to recieve a word. He had 2 long lines of folks. Bishop Weeks and some others were at the alter checking to make sure people were giving the amount he said before they could get a word. This is wrong on so many levels. I believe he has the gift of Prophecy but is under the influence of a foul spirit. The gift come without repentance. It can still operate but if we are out of order and under the control of the wrong spirit and have a bad motive we become a False Prophet. I feel bad for the people who are really believing this guy and falling prey. I know we all have issues and need deliverance in many areas of our live. I pray it gets better and he gets to the place of pure genuiness, motive, and Godliness before something bad happens. To many people are hurting and dont need to be ambushed anymore. This is scary. Jesus Christ is the only Master Prophet. I aint never heard of someone titling themself with this. Sounds puffed up.

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  6. THERE WERE PROPHETESS IN THE BIBLE AND THERE ARE STILL SOME TODAY SUCH AS MYSELF. MIRIAM, DEBORAH, HULDAH,AND ANNA.

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  7. I saw this man on television for the first time last night and i am nothing short of disgusted... seriously disgusted... it is shameful and not of God to prey on the concerns and worries of people for profit.
    To charge a fee for the "word of God"? seriously? and he calls himself a man of God?
    Fortunately, Jesus has already paid all the price necessary brothers and sisters. you do not need any intercessor other than our Lord and Master Jesus Christ... In John 14:6 Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me."...he didnt say anything about any "Master Prophets".. but the word of does God warn us of false prophets.. Matthew 7:15 "Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves."

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  8. I too believe this man is a fraud! His should really change one part of his name. His name should be changed to "Master Profit". Because all he want's to do is gain profits from weak souls who have been somewhat misguided on who the saviour and prophet is. Our God almighty has to be the one who gives us strength and forgiveness. Show me in the Bible where it says to call a 1-800 number for your blessings. May the true believers of God please stand up!

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  9. I saw this man on television for the first time last night and i am nothing short of disgusted... seriously disgusted... it is shameful and not of God to prey on the concerns and worries of people for profit.
    To charge a fee for the "word of God"? seriously? and he calls himself a man of God?
    Fortunately, Jesus has already paid all the price necessary brothers and sisters. you do not need any intercessor other than our Lord and Master Jesus Christ... In John 14:6 Jesus said, "I am the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by me."...he didnt say anything about any "Master Prophets".. but the word of does God warn us of false prophets.. Matthew 7:15 "Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves."

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  10. The following SUMMARIES OF OVER 1400 JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES CRIMINAL and CIVIL COURT CASES will provide the BEST and MOST ACCURATE info about Jehovah's Witnesses, their beliefs, and how they ACTUALLY practice such day to day.

    The following website summarizes 900 court cases and lawsuits affecting children of Jehovah's Witness Parents, including 400 cases where the JW Parents refused to consent to life-saving blood transfusions for their dying children, as well as nearly 400 CRIMINAL cases -- most involving MURDERS:

    DIVORCE, BLOOD TRANSFUSIONS, AND OTHER LEGAL ISSUES AFFECTING CHILDREN OF JEHOVAH'S WITNESSES

    http://jwdivorces.bravehost.com


    The following website summarizes over 500 lawsuits filed by Jehovah's Witnesses against their Employers, incidents involving problem JW Employees, and other secret JW "history" court cases:

    EMPLOYMENT ISSUES UNIQUE TO JEHOVAH'S WITNESS EMPLOYEES

    http://jwemployees.bravehost.com

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