by Mario Murillo | Jul 24, 2022 | Spiritual discernment | 250 comments

“I did see Elvis, and the first time I did, I was being taken in certain areas of Heaven, and (sic) this beautiful garden there was a chapel…not a massive chapel, there are smaller places if you want to go there…and I heard music. I was with the Holy Spirit at this time, and He moved the door open. There was also an angel with me. I guess they think I might get lost in Heaven, that’s just a joke, you can’t get lost in Heaven. But they moved this door open and I could hear the music and it was Elvis playing, and he was playing to Jesus Christ.” – from a video interview on a Christian website
Discernment has left the building.
This self-proclaimed prophet also claims that she saw Robin Williams and Michael Jackson. She further claims to have visited heaven, at will, thousands of times. She saw tame dinosaurs, children riding a T. rex, a massive roller coaster that was named ‘The Rush’, and a mountain made of Jell-O.
Mario, you may ask, why are you writing this? There are many reasons. To understand my first reason, look at our current crisis and how close this nation is to disaster. Will America ever heal from the ravages of the last few years?  We have yet to feel the total impact of the pandemic, our moral landslide, division, and hatred. Many experts wonder if we will come out of this alive.

Mario, you may ask, why are you writing this? There are many reasons.

Then there is the chilling notion that all of this was bought and paid for. Did a handful of people—who own much of the Earth—plan these calamities in order to beat America into global submission?
Our freedom hangs by a thread. This is a time for repentance, fervent prayer and mass soulwinning. So, my first point is simple: Even if these things were true—why would God, in such a desperate hour, be telling us about Elvis, Jell-O, and T. rexes?
The next reason is that I am a soulwinner. Many of the things that are said, in the name of prophecy, make us look crazy to outsiders. Those I am trying to reach need to know I am in no way a party to these kinds of claims. These shenanigans are used by our enemies to discredit the Gospel.

These shenanigans are used by our enemies to discredit the Gospel.

The next reason is that these “prophecies” distract Christians away from the frontlines. They turn soldiers into spectators, seeking a fresh word. Some “prophets” give out words every day. They are turning the prophetic into a daily horoscope. And the greater catastrophe is this: thousands have put away their Bibles in favor of these daily “prophetic” messages.
Real prophets are willing to rebuke the king. True prophets do not waste their gift on flattery or meaningless predictions. Those who are listening to the Holy Spirit feel the urgency of the hour. They are sounding the alarm to marshal the Army of God to action.
Prophets call out evildoers and religious hypocrisy. Their voice is raised under the balcony of wicked rulers, not in the comfort of Christian safe-houses. Prophets are the dread of evildoers—not the delight of bored believers seeking a “fresh word.”

Real prophets are willing to rebuke the king. True prophets do not waste their gift on flattery or meaningless predictions.

Moses rebuked Pharaoh.  Samuel rebuked King Saul.  Nathan rebuked David.  Daniel rebuked Nebuchadnezzar.  John the Baptist rebuked King Herod.  
Right now, the harvest is great and the laborers are few. The distractions generated by false prophets are reducing the number of available vessels to do the real work. Right now, we should be getting organized against the Democrat agenda—not chasing fantasies. At this moment, we should be preaching fire and reaching out to the millions of desperate souls who are ready to harvest.
But my final reason is the greatest. The Bible commands leaders to put an end to these false teachings. Paul told Timothy, “As I said when I left for Macedonia, please stay there in Ephesus and try to stop the men who are teaching such wrong doctrine. Put an end to their myths and fables, and their idea of being saved by finding favor with an endless chain of angels leading up to God—wild ideas that stir up questions and arguments, instead of helping people accept God’s plan of faith” (1 Timothy 1:3,4 TLB).
Notice that Paul did not name the false teachers. Sometimes he did, (as in 1 Timothy 1:20), but in this case he did not. No matter how much people scream for me to name names, I will not.
It grieves me beyond words that I had to write this. I have prayed and waited for other leaders to do their duty. I have wondered where the adult supervision is for this segment of the prophetic movement.
I remember Elihu, who remained silent as long as he could, waiting for those who were older and more qualified to correct Job, to finish before he began.
“So Elihu, the son of Barachel the Buzite, answered and said: “I am young in years, and you are very old; therefore, I was afraid, and dared not declare my opinion to you. I said, ‘Age should speak, and multitude of years should teach wisdom.’ But there is a spirit in man, and the breath of the Almighty gives him understanding. Great men are not always wise, nor do the aged always understand justice” (Job 32:7-9).

The final word on this woman is that her teachings about heaven are not the only problem. She literally overrules scriptures. Here are only two examples:

Paul said. “But know this, that in the last days perilous times will come”

She said, “But this is not the day of ‘perilous times.’ It’s not the day of God’s wrath. Stop saying that.”

Jesus said, “Because narrow is the gate and difficult is the way which leads to life, and there are few who find it.”

She said, “then it talks about that path and how narrow it was. Not today! Today that road is broadened to truth…”

I know I am going to lose some of you. I realize that there will be a firestorm of criticism. You will hear a lot of bad things said about me. I will be called hateful and even threatened with curses for daring to speak against “God’s prophets.”
I thank God for true prophets. I believe in them and I believe in the prophetic. It is because of the awesome power of true prophecy that we must expose the false.
Look closely. You will not see or hear from any of my critics a rational defense from the Word of God for these fables. And that is the only thing that should matter.

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STEVE & LAURIE MARTIN - LOVE FOR HIS PEOPLE FOUNDERS My good wife Laurie and I (45 years in October 2022!), through the ministry of Love For His People we founded in 2010, give love and support for our friends in Israel and in other nations with friendship, humanitarian aid, and social media support, along with Steve's messages, and our Ahava Adventures trips to Israel. Steve has also authored and published 34 books. We live in the Charlotte, NC area. We have four adult children, spouses, and eight grandkids.

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