Happy New Year . . . and another false prophet is exposed.

Happy New Year . . . not so much for Pat Robertson, though.

Now that 2007 has passed, so has Pat Robertson’s credibility–if he’s even had any left after endorsing a pro-homosexual, pro-abortion candidate for president (see this post).

When he’s not endorsing presidential candidates that he has no business endorsing, he’s madly uttering false prophecies like a pre-1975 Jehovah’s Witness! Watch Pat Robertson in 2006 make his prophecies for 2007 (that failed to come to pass) in the video on this link.

Here’s some of the exchange from this video between Robertson and his co-host on the 700 Club:

Pat Robertson: “I have a relatively good track record, sometimes I’ve missed but–”

Terry Meeuwsen: [Interrupts] And without doubt every year as you seek God, I guess this is His promise to all of us, but as you go away and seek Him for the coming year God shows you some amazing things.”

No Terry, he has uttered presumptuously in the name of God things that have not come to pass. According to Deuteronomy 18:20-22 this means he’s met the criteria of a false prophet. He’s admitted to being a false prophet and you have glossed over that.

If I expose Mormonism for their false prophecies and Jehovah’s Witnesses for their false prophecies, then I would be a dishonest hypocrite to ignore or give a pass to Pat Robertson for his false prophecies!

In the above linked video he announced that in 2007:

It would bea year of extraordinary miracles.

It’s going to “seem to the people like Heaven has come down to earth.”

“There will be some very serious terrorist attacks.”

“There’s a possibility that–not a possibility, a definite certainty that chaos is going to rule.”

“It’s going to happen, and I’m not saying necessarily nuclear, the Lord didn’t say nuclear, but I do believe it will be something like that. That’ll be mass killing, possibility millions of people, major cities injured.”

“We should expect miracles beyond our wildest fantasies in the first six months, and after, then chaotic.”

Read the Scripture for yourself Terry:

But the prophet who speaks a word presumptuously in My name which I have not commanded him to speak, or which he speaks in the name of other gods, that prophet shall die. You may say in your heart, “How will we know the word which the LORD has not spoken?” When a prophet speaks in the name of the LORD, if the thing does not come about or come true, that is the thing which the LORD has not spoken. The prophet has spoken it presumptuously; you shall not be afraid of him.

Deuteronomy 18:20-22

For additional, check out this article.

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piper-pic.jpg This is the meaning of the word “propitiation” in . . . Romans 3:25. It refers to the removal of God’s wrath by providing a substitute. The substitute is provided by God Himself. The substitute, Jesus Christ, does not just cancel the wrath; He adsorbs it and diverts it from us to Himself. God’s wrath is just, and it was spent, not withdrawn.

– John Piper

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When the pure Word of God just won’t due in your busy entertainment-driven life.

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For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but wanting to have their ears tickled, they will accumulate for themselves teachers in accordance to their own desires, and will turn away their ears from the truth and will turn aside to myths. 2 Timothy 4:3-4

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john-macarthur.jpg If church history teaches us anything, it teaches us that the most devastating assaults on the faith have always begun as subtle errors arising from inside the body itself. Living in an unstable age, the church cannot afford to be vacillating. We minister to people desperate for answers, and we cannot soft-pedal the truth or extenuate the gospel. If we make friends with the world, we set ourselves at enmity with God. If we trust worldly devices, we automatically relinquish the power of the Holy Spirit.

– John MacArthur