Say No To Charismatic Divination: It’s Not Prophecy! by Pam Sheppard

18 Nov

“Divination within the organized church community is called “prophecy” or discernment. Power hungry folk aim at controlling the lives and destinies of gullible people. Pulpits are filled with diviners and soothsayers—“charismatic hype masters”—that have no other message but one that caters to our flesh. Like the occult card layers, the divination of old has progressively worsened in our time because the “church community” is flooded with countless pseudo-prophets as it sweeps across worldwide Christendom, it leaves some devastated people in its path.

Has any one spoken a word into your life that you now know was not from God?”

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3 Responses to “Say No To Charismatic Divination: It’s Not Prophecy! by Pam Sheppard”

  1. allencheryl November 18, 2015 at 11:34 am #

    Thank you for this much needed message. From 2000 to 2015 I received the same so called word from multiple sources in multiple places. Because of the frequency and consistency of the message, I assumed it must be from God. Nothing could have been further from the truth. I thank God for positioning me to hear and learn His truth.

    • Pam Sheppard Publishing November 18, 2015 at 1:17 pm #

      Hi Cheryl. You are welcome. Just know that you are,on a public blog and not in the .rescue 2 group. If you need help getting there, let me know.

  2. tinalynn8 November 18, 2015 at 10:32 am #

    Reblogged this on Endtime Ebook Library.

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