My reaction was to not take a look past that list based on the many titles I saw of, “Prophesy update” within that list. I am worn out by the claims of “Prophets,” especially after William Irvine claimed to be one so he got every dupe’s estate handed to him doing absolutely nothing but deception to earn one penny of his overnight riches.
The Internet is jammed with “Prophesy” teachers with their hands out for cash from their fans. I think they need to stop spelling it “Prophet” and be honest by spelling it “Profit.” Not all readers on this board will bother to take a look at another “Prophet” turning his profit. And as human nature goes, some readers will buzz right over to You Tube to take a look at another ‘devil’ in action. Walter Martin used to say that his advertised presentations on Mormonism were packed to standing room only by Mormons wanting to see a real live devil. And Walter Martin was a good Bible teacher, not a devil.
And what this post might do for readers here with regard to Amir Tarfati’s videos on You Tube is to separate readers who want to see a real live devil and those who will not bother. I am one who will not bother past what look I have already given to his Prophesy update titles (only). Maybe Amir is like Walter Martin, a good Bible teacher - I already know God's word such that good Bible teachers tend only to confirm what God has already taught me from His word alone.
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