Not listening to false teachers "Carnival preachers"  

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markamastroianni
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March 24, 2020 9:37 pm  

Here is something that has been on my mind.  False preachers have a kind of tone or some way they speak that is eerie.  I remember Brother Bryan doing a video on "Proof that Saved Christians can't obsessively listen to False Teachers".  I generally stay away from preachers not approved by Brother Bryan or any other of the brethren.  When they do videos exposing the false teacher, there is a definite deceiving spirit there in the mouth of the false teacher.  I remember Brother JT doing a video exposing someone who said, "IS come" is the archaic version of "has come", or something to that nature.  I know the other brothers have noticed something off in the way these false teachers speak, if they have seen expose videos.  

The Spirit of God has a voice.  Great is the mystery of godliness. "To him the porter openeth; and the sheep hear his voice: and he calleth his own sheep by name, and leadeth them out." - John 10:3

"And I heard a voice from heaven saying unto me, Write, Blessed are the dead which die in the Lord from henceforth: Yea, saith the SPIRIT, that they may rest from their labors; and their works do follow them." - Revelation 14:13

The Holy Spirit inspired and translated every jot and tittle in the KJV.  If you look at what a jot and a tittle is in the Hebrew language it is very subtle.  However, the Spirit of God chose the English language to be the perfect translation of the word of God for Man.

There is also a voice to the spirit(s) that inhabit many of the false teachers out there.  They seem very loud.  I remember a video Brother Bryan did on "The Falling Away".  This was a video from back in 2014.  It was actually made on my Birthday! 😀 Around 9:20 mark in the video, Brother Bryan said that the falling away began with the early revival movements in the U.S.  He goes on to say it was "carnival preaching" and the loud yelling on stage to get people to come to the Lord.  People would seize and convulse at these things and claim it was the power of the Holy Spirit.  

I wasn't around during the revivals.  My point is, I do hear that same "carnival atmosphere preaching" and yelling and slamming of the pulpit in Steven Anderson's voice.  There is definitely some kind of spirit there at work that is not the Holy Spirit.  I am not in ministry by any means.  If I was, I certainly wouldn't act or talk like an angry baboon.  These types of spirits that come from "carnival preachers" are loud as the Bible says.  

"And in the synagogue there was a man, which had a spirit of an unclean devil, and cried out with a loud voice,-Luke 4:33

"And when the unclean spirit had torn him, and cried out with a loud voice, he came out of him.- Mark 1:26

I understand speaking up if someone didn't hear you during a video fellowship stream.  However,  these "carnival preachers" seem to be yelling the entire sermon.  This also brings up the church building topic that I won't go into now.  

I am glad I stay away from false teachers. In this world as it is now, they shall wax worse and worse; convincing people that the way they preach is biblical.  I can see the falling away speeding up.  I hope the catching away isn't too far away. 

 

 

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KJV_Vancouver
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March 24, 2020 10:07 pm  

Some of the video's mentioned, and other's of potential interest:

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