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Trust the plan! But trust in God’s plan, not in any plan spoken by a mere human. God already has a plan for the End Times, as revealed in Revelation. Destroying the devil and all his evil servants is part of God’s plan, and that includes any satanic cabal.


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Hello Readers, hope all’s well. Time for another End Times post.

Today I present another post on the QAnon conspiracy movement. But today I’m focusing on one of the prophecies (or predictions, if you prefer) QAnon has made. One that didn’t come true. And what do we call a prophet who makes a prophecy that doesn’t come to pass?

A prophet who makes a prophecy that doesn’t happen is a false prophet. They don’t speak the LORD’s Words.

Though there have been many QAnon prophecies/predictions that didn’t come true, there was a major one recently that didn’t happen. So that’s what I’m talking about today. Let’s get right into it.

That Didn’t Go as Prophesied ….

Although it won’t go online until February, I wrote this post on January 21, 2021. Yesterday, the U.S. inaugurated their new president, Joe Biden, into office. And Trump is no longer the U.S. president. This event, which under other circumstances would be nothing more than a routine change of power, held great significance for the QAnon conspiracy theory movement. Except the event didn’t play out the way they’d been expecting.

I’ve written about the QAnon conspiracy theory before in Part 69 and Part 70. Please check out those posts, especially Part 70, if you want to know some more about QAnon. You can also research QAnon online yourself, but you need to be careful, because this conspiracy theory is a demonic deception. QAnon content is laced with subliminal witchcraft, and you can get sucked into and trapped in the false demonic fears it perpetuates. It’s better in my opinion to leave it alone.

Anyway, how was the inauguration of Joe Biden significant to QAnon?

QAnon followers were convinced that the inauguration event was actually a trap for Joe Biden and other democrats. They believed the extra security in Washington D.C. was there so the military could arrest Biden and others, and install Trump as the true president of the United States. They believed the inauguration was a trap Trump was using to arrest the members of the Satanic pedophile cabal that secretly runs the world, expose them, expose election fraud, and resume being president of the United States.

Well, needless to say, that didn’t happen. I read my news this morning, the day after the event, and I saw nothing about that. This elaborate prediction, which many QAnon followers believed in as true prophecy, was only fantasy. The prediction or prophecy, whichever you prefer, did not come true.

Now, when a prophecy doesn’t come true, what does that say about the prophet who spoke it?

If you love reading God’s Word, you already know the answer.

One False Prophecy = One False Prophet

The most important Scripture passage on false prophets is found in Deuteronomy 18. Here, the LORD Himself tells us the easiest and most sure way to identify a false prophet.

In Deuteronomy 18:21-22 the LORD makes it crystal clear that if a prophet speaks a prophecy, and that prophecy doesn’t come to pass, then he is a false prophet who wasn’t speaking the LORD’s words. The LORD says to ignore that prophet’s words. In other words, one false prophecy = one false prophet. A true prophet of God must have a 100% prophecy success rate!!

So let’s read Deuteronomy 18. First, the LORD says that He will indeed raise up prophets among the people. These true prophets will speak what God tells them. What they say comes straight from the LORD and must be obeyed. But false prophets do not speak words from the LORD. And anything less than a 100% prophecy success rate is how we identify them.

(17) The Lord said to me: What they’ve said is right. (18) I’ll raise up a prophet for them from among their fellow Israelites—one just like you. I’ll put my words in his mouth, and he will tell them everything I command him. (19) I myself will hold accountable anyone who doesn’t listen to my words, which that prophet will speak in my name. (20) However, any prophet who arrogantly speaks a word in my name that I haven’t commanded him to speak, or who speaks in the name of other gods—that prophet must die.
(21) Now, you might be wondering, How will we know which word God hasn’t spoken? (22) Here’s the answer: The prophet who speaks in the Lord’s name and the thing doesn’t happen or come about—that’s the word the Lord hasn’t spoken. That prophet spoke arrogantly. Don’t be afraid of him.

Deuteronomy 18:17-22 (CEB)

Yikes! Verse 20 lays out a harsh penalty for false prophets! But QAnon prophets need not worry, even though they were proven to be false prophets on inauguration day. Deuteronomy is in the Old Testament, written long before Jesus arrived and taught us to turn the other cheek, to forgive, and so on. We don’t put false prophets to death anymore. But we also don’t allow false prophets to speak unchallenged.

Anyone who makes a prediction/prophecy that doesn’t come true is wrong. But anyone who makes that false prophecy in the LORD’s name is a false prophet. Once they involve the LORD’s name it changes everything. Now they’re claiming to speak what the LORD Himself says … and they’d better be right, or else.

This is why we must test every spirit (1 John 4:1). Although 1 John 4 is about how to identify an antiChrist spirit, the message “test every spirit” still applies to any false prophet. We can’t believe everything we hear from prophets, because there are too many false prophets. We must test the spirit—we must weigh their words carefully against Scripture.

(1) Dear friends, don’t believe every spirit. Test the spirits to see if they are from God because many false prophets have gone into the world.

1 John 4:1 (CEB)

So in this case, the spirit of QAnon has been tested, and it has failed. The QAnon prophecy for inauguration day on January 20, 2021 did not come to pass. This means it was not the word the LORD had spoken. Someone in QAnon was either a) making stuff up, or b) deceived by Ba’al or other demons of deception and false prophecy. When I look at the QAnon movement, I have to say that B seems more likely. QAnon is a demonic deception, based on lies of demonic origin.

It’s also important to note that the QAnon movement has much more than one false prophecy in their record. Many Q predictions never came true. They have made many false prophecies. Yet some still believe.

Now some in the QAnon movement are prophesying about a new date, March 6 of this year. If I remember correctly, that is. It’s sometime in early March. This is the new date for when the mass arrests of conspirators and cabal members is supposed to happen.

Well that’s convenient, isn’t it? Their first prophecy didn’t come to pass, so they simply pick a new date in the future and keep waiting. So QAnon can keep moving the date and keep their false prophecy nonsense going forever, right?

That’s exactly why we can’t allow them to do that. It’s called moving the goalposts. When someone makes a false prophecy that doesn’t happen, if the false prophet is allowed to make an excuse and keep moving the date for when this thing will happen, they can continue their demonic deception forever.

We need to confront false prophets and shut them down as soon as they make one false prophecy. Remember the simple rule of Deuteronomy 18!! One false prophecy = One false prophet!!

If we don’t shut false prophets down right away, they will continue deceiving people with demonic lies. It’s our duty to protect people from demonic deceptions, if it’s within our power to do so. And this time, it is. So we need to take this duty seriously, because listening to false prophets comes with a heavy cost.

In 1 Kings 13, we can see what happens to those who listen to false prophets.

Where False Prophets Take Us

The story of 1 Kings 13 is a cautionary tale. It teaches us to beware of those claiming to have a message from God, from angels, and so on. Because anyone saying that could easily be lying. If we believe someone claiming to have a message from angels (etc.), and violate God’s Word by following this person, we could die!

Of course that doesn’t need to happen, if we learn the lesson of 1 Kings 13. So let’s take a look now.

It starts with an unnamed man of God (a prophet) arriving in Bethel. He gives Jeroboam a sign, and although it isn’t to Jeroboam’s liking, events unfold in such a way that Jeroboam can’t deny the man of God is a prophet. All this is in verses 1-5.

Jeroboam’s hand was frozen by the LORD, and he asked the prophet to bend it back with the LORD’s power. That’s in verse 6, where we will start our reading:

(6) The king said to the man of God, “Plead before the Lord your God and pray for me so that I can bend my hand back again.” So the man of God pleaded before the Lord, and the king’s hand returned to normal and was like it used to be. (7) The king spoke to the man of God: “Come with me to the palace and refresh yourself. Let me give you a gift.”
(8) The man of God said to the king, “Even if you gave me half your palace, I wouldn’t go with you, nor would I eat food or drink water in this place. (9) This is what God commanded me by the Lord’s word: Don’t eat food! Don’t drink water! Don’t return by the way you came!”

1 Kings 13:6-9 (CEB)

So the man of God (the prophet) had an instruction straight from the LORD. Don’t eat food or drink water. Go to Bethel, do the thing, and don’t return by the way you came. Keep that in mind.

Let’s continue. An “old prophet” was living in Bethel and heard about this unnamed man of God. He went to go catch up with the man of God and talk to him.

(10) So the man of God went by a different way. He didn’t return by the way he came to Bethel. (11) Now there was an old prophet living in Bethel. His sons came and told him everything that the man of God had done that day at Bethel. They also told their father the words that he spoke to the king. (12) “Which way did he go?” their father asked them. His sons had seen the way the man of God went when he came from Judah. (13) The old prophet said to his sons, “Saddle my donkey.” So they saddled his donkey, and he got on it. (14) He went after the man of God and found him sitting underneath a terebinth tree. He said to him, “Are you the man of God who came from Judah?”
“I am,” he replied.
(15) The old prophet then said to him, “Come home with me and eat some food.”
(16) But the man of God answered, “I can’t return or go with you, and I can’t eat food or drink water with you in this place (17) because of the message that came to me from the Lord’s word: Don’t eat food! Don’t drink water! Don’t return by the way you came!”

1 Kings 13:10-17 (CEB)

Alright, now comes the really important part. The old prophet lies to the man of God, and says that an angel told him to invite this man of God to his house for food and water. The man of God believed the old prophet, and he ended up getting killed for it. Let’s read:

(18) The old prophet said to the man of God, “I’m also a prophet like you. A messenger spoke to me with the Lord’s word, ‘Bring him back with you to your house so that he may eat food and drink water.’”
But the old prophet was lying to him. (19) So the man of God went back with the old prophet. He ate food in his home and drank water. (20) Then as they were sitting at the table, the Lord’s word came to the prophet who had brought him back. (21) He cried out to the man of God who had come from Judah:
“The Lord says this:
You rebelled against the Lord’s word!
You didn’t keep the command that the Lord your God gave you!

(22) You came back and ate food and drank water in this place.
“But he had commanded you: ‘Don’t eat food! Don’t drink water!’
Now your body won’t go to the grave of your ancestors.”

(23) After he ate food and drank, the old prophet saddled the donkey for the prophet he had brought back. (24) The man of God departed, and a lion found him on the road and killed him. His body was thrown down on the road. The donkey stood beside it, and the lion also stood beside the body. (25) Some people were traveling nearby, and they discovered the body thrown down on the road and the lion standing beside it. They entered the town where the old prophet lived and were talking about it. (26) The prophet who brought the man of God back from the road overheard. He thought: That’s the man of God who rebelled against the Lord’s command. The Lord has given him to that lion that tore him apart, killing him in agreement with the Lord’s word that was spoken to him.

1 Kings 13:18-26 (CEB)

So the unnamed man of God, a prophet, got killed for disobeying what the LORD had told Him. I know it seems harsh to modern readers, but it’s an important lesson we need to learn from.

The man of God didn’t get killed for eating food and drinking water. He got killed for disobeying God’s instructions. And he was deceived into disobeying the LORD by a liar who lied about receiving a message from an angel. This man of God listened to a false prophet, was led astray, and died because of it. A cautionary tale for the rest of us.

Test every spirit. Don’t believe everyone with a prophecy. Don’t believe everyone claiming to speak words they heard from God, angels, or whatever. Test the spirit of every prophecy. Listening to a false prophet leads us astray into disobeying God. And disobeying what we know God has already said will lead to our death. Listening to false prophets leads us into sin and Spiritual death. We must take this threat seriously, and test every spirit.

That, and we must read Scripture. God’s Word already tells us what we need to know—we don’t need to go looking for prophecies from humans.

Trust the Plan

“Trust the plan!!”

That’s what many QAnon followers were saying in the lead-up to January 20. As Biden’s inauguration grew closer, and he still wasn’t arrested, some QAnon followers were getting nervous. Would Biden be arrested on time? Or would he be sworn in as president? “Trust the plan,” other followers would assure them. Trump had a plan, they said, and everything would work out according to the QAnon prophecy.

But it didn’t. So now what? Now what will QAnon followers do? The answer is very simple: Trust the plan.

Trust the plan! But trust in God’s plan, not in any plan spoken by a mere human. God already has a plan for the End Times, as revealed in Revelation. Destroying the devil and all his evil servants is part of God’s plan, and that includes any satanic cabal.

Trust the plan. God’s plan. Listen to God, not man!!

God has a good plan for the End Times, which ends in Revelation 21 and 22 with the creation of God’s new, perfect world. A true paradise. This plan, revealed in Revelation, is infinitely better than anything a human hero could do. So trust in God only, not humankind. Let Him worry about taking down the satanic cabal, which I’m sure exists in some form (see Part 73). I’m sure it exists, but I’m also sure that only God can take it down. Revelation says nothing about human heroes rising up to destroy Satan’s servants.

Revelation is inspired Scripture. Inspired means it came straight from God. QAnon is something from the internet, something a human created. Listen to God’s Inspired Scripture—not what you hear on the internet!!

No matter what, listen to God and His plan, and nothing else. When someone claims to know His plan, we must test the spirit of what they say, every time. Because the danger of listening to a false prophet is extreme. Don’t believe me? Read 1 Kings 13, and see what happens when we believe everything we hear.


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