Friday, April 18, 2014

More Blood Moon Spiritual Separation: Michael Boldea Goes Rogue

In my eight years of eschatological research, I’ve come to trust only a few prophetic sources, due to their truly gifted ministry or life. I trusted David Wilkerson, and Demitru Dudeman until they died. I trust Mark Biltz, Jonathan Cahn, Henry Gruver, and Michael Boldea. I don’t trust Jan Markell, Rapture Ready, The Prophecy Club, Steve Quayle, Paul McGuire, and many others because they pander to rapture extremists, and preppers, or they detest Sabbath-keepers. I’ve chewed-through quite a few prophets to arrive at a trusted group. As of today, one prophet may be broken-off my trusted list.

I don’t know if its jealousy or hatred, but I’m noticing a new spirit amongst the prophetic club. As HaShem gives more power and influence to Jewish believers in Yahushua, the standard Christians are becoming embittered. My theory is that as we’re coming to the end of the Christian age, it’s time for HaShem to increase his blessings to Jews that embrace Sabbath, Torah, and renewed sacrifices at the Third Temple. It looks like those that haven’t been enlightened are reacting. Ouch!

What of the True Gospel? By Michael Boldea

“Up until a couple days ago the gospel du jour had to do with blue moons or red moons or blood moons or some hyper spiritualized thing someone borrowed from some long lost pagan mystics while they were still dancing around fires in loincloths. I don’t even know who came up with it, I just know I got allot of e-mails warning me that the moon would bring with it much global chaos, more than likely sparking the third world war, and I should, forthwith and without delay, get to my safety pod.”

Michael, those “pagan mystics” were the faithful Hebrews of old, as they kept Torah by observing the moon for seasons and omens. I don’t care if your grandfather was Dumitru Dudeman, this shows the wrong spirit. If you’re asking for HaShem to break your prophetic mantle, I’m sure that he will do so.

At this point Hananyah the prophet took the crossbar off the prophet Yirmeyahu’s neck and broke it. Then Hananyah, in front of all the people, said, “Thus says Adonai: ‘In just this way will I break off the yoke of N’vukhadnetzar king of Bavel from the necks of all the nations within two years.’” The prophet Yirmeyahu left them; but then this word of Adonai came to Yirmeyahu, after Hananyah the prophet had broken off the crossbar from the neck of the prophet Yirmeyahu: “Go and tell Hananyah that Adonai: says, ‘You have broken the crossbars of wood, but you will make in their place crossbars of iron. For here is what Adonai-Tzva’ot, the God of Isra’el, says: “I have put a yoke of iron on the necks of all these nations, so that they can serve N’vukhadnetzar king of Bavel; and they will serve him; and I have given him the wild animals too.”’” Then the prophet Yirmeyahu said to Hananyah the prophet, “Listen here, Hananyah! Adonai has not sent you! You are making these people trust in a lie! Jeremiah 28:10-15 (CJB)

If you’re interested in other good prophets forsaking the truth, please read I Kings 13.

Adonai-Tzva’ot says, ‘When that time comes, ten men will take hold — speaking all the languages of the nations — will grab hold of the cloak [tzit-tzits] of a Jew and say, “We want to go with you, because we have heard that God is with you.”’” Zechariah 8:23 (CJB)

To me, in this verse, tzit-tzits are a veiled reference to the Torah and mitzvots (commandments). I recommend that you reach for tzit-tzits, and not a false prophet’s dirty underwear.


No comments:

Post a Comment