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  1. Hi jay,

    A previous post, apparently now deleted, had accused the prophet of being a false prophet.  If that accusation is false before the Lord, then that person is doing the work of Satan, accusing the brethren.  I used the term “touch God’s anointed” because it evokes David’s unwillingness to attack Saul, even when Saul was behaving with evil intent, because Saul’s right to be the king was anointed by God. 

    I have learned that prophecies are strange things.  God clearly speaks through people, but their voice and personalities come through.  In addition, a person can be a true anointed prophet, but have a personal idol of the heart that damages their understanding of a particular issue.  Modern prophets have salvation firmly in hand, if they are born again, and I believe for this reason there is a measure of grace perhaps not available to Old Testament prophets.  I could be wrong, but there is now no condemnation for those who are in Christ Jesus.  In addition, Paul, in the New Testament, appears to teach that the public testing of prophecies should be by other prophets, not every random believer.  As I am not a prophet, if I have doubts about a particular person or particular prophecy, I keep it to myself, lest the future show me to be in error and my backside gets smacked with the knowledge I have been accusing the brethren (doing Satan’s work).

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