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Re: Warning against institutionalized religious Dogma.
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Re: Warning against institutionalized religious Dogma.

Well, at least the people you mentioned in your post all believe in the deity of Christ. That's more than Ed does. I'm not a fan of any of them, but I am not quick to call them out as false either. While they may not have it all right and I certainly do not agree with everything they preach, I believe they may be saved and God may be using them. I did get somewhat impressed with Kat Kerr as she seemed to be right on with her Trump prophecy. Until then I pretty much had given up on listening to prophecies because most of them turned out to be false. My interest in prophecy renewed during the Presidential Campaign. I started listening because I thought it would be interesting to see who was right and if any of them seemed like they were really hearing from God. I do believe in prophecy for today, but trying to find the true ones seems like trying to find a needle in a hay stack. It's too bad that most of it is false prophecy. I guess it is too many people trying to impress people instead of really hearing the voice of God. I'm still following Mark Taylor and examining what he is saying about his prophecies. Some of what he says is his opinion and he knows the difference.

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