Lebanon war prophesied beforehand?

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  1. Link

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    Someone sent me this today. I do not think I have ever heard of the man who gave these words before i read this. Maybe someone familiar with him can verify the date these words were given. Some of the predictions appear to be as of yet unfulfilled.

    I apologize for the lousy formatting. I am just posting as I recieved it.

    See below from Chuch Pierce and tell what you
    think:
    Watch Lebanon!
    On January 29, 2006, when I was speaking in a church
    service at
    Jubilee Church in Camarillo, CA., the Lord began to
    speak to me about
    Lebanon.
    One of the things they do at Jubilee is pray for the
    nations each
    Sunday. When I saw the flag of Lebanon, it was lit up
    by the Holy Spirit
    for me to see. The Lord then began to quicken a
    prophetic word to me.
    He said, "Watch Lebanon!"
    Not only was He speaking to that church and the people
    there, as a
    personal call for them to watch over the nation of
    Lebanon, but I felt
    like He was speaking to us as His people, that Lebanon
    would become
    a real prayer focus and issue this year. I was
    hesitant to interrupt the
    service and give this word, because I was not
    confident about who in
    the service would understand the concept of Lebanon
    today. However,
    I am glad that I heeded the Lord's voice that He was
    calling us to pray
    for Lebanon this year.
    Prophesied on January 29, 2006 in
    Camarillo, CA
    "In the midst of the summer at the hottest point, you
    will begin to
    see the snow of Lebanon melt. Watch as Palestine and
    Syria form
    an ungodly alliance with Lebanon. For Lebanon is at
    the end of the
    fork of the road of change for the Middle East.
    Lebanon will become
    an issue that causes the Middle East to go one way or
    the other."
    "In the midst of the beauty and grandeur of this
    place, I will begin
    to write a new script over how the nations will
    realign."
    "Out of Lebanon, a new wineskin will form, and a new
    river will
    begin to rise."
    "I will bring conflict into Lebanon, because it is the
    boundary that I
    will deal with this year concerning My promised land
    of Israel. The
    warlike tribes of Lebanon will once again arise. But
    in the end, I will
    win this war, and the riches that have been withheld
    from My
    Kingdom plan will be released."
    "Watch and see, for there is a new vision. For in the
    days ahead,
    you will hear a cry arise from the deep affliction and
    mourning that
    comes out of Lebanon. Out of the ancient city of
    Damascus, you will
    see a caravan arise. I, 'Ancient of Days,' will create
    a conflict in
    Damascus. My power will be displayed to the world,
    when I break
    the confederation of demonic hosts that are aligned
    against My
    covenant plan."
    "Out of Damascus will come a new move of My Spirit.
    Many
    conversions and miracles will occur in the region that
    surrounds
    Damascus. Watch, because I am realigning the nations
    of this
    region. I will send angelic forces to guard My plan.
    No matter how
    Syria arises against that plan at this time, I will
    have warring
    angelic forces that will counteract the plan of men
    that are aligned
    with evil forces to create havoc.
    "Sing the songs of the Ancient of Days for it is those
    songs that
    will create the sound of victory over the lands of
    this region."
    Blessings,
    Chuck D. Pierce
     
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    These charlatans make Christianity look like a tuppence soap opera.

    Cheers,

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    I would have to be very leary of things like this, because Satan has charge over the Gentile nations and is just as capable of revealing news such as this as the Spirit. And it would make much more sense that way, seeing that the Revelation that God intended for man to have is contained in Holy Scriptures!
     
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    Satan has no ability to give visions to the born again.
     
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    According to Revelation, what's happening IS the plan.
     
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    Care to back that up with Scripture?
     
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    What is more important? Your doctrine about the Bible which does not come from the Bible, or what the Bible actually teaches? The Bible does not teach that all revelation is in scripture. It actually refers to revelation that is not in scripture (e.g. what one of those thunder claps said that was sealed up and not included in Revelation, Micaiah's previous prophecies about the king, the book of Iddo the seer, the words of the prophecies that Saul gave, etc.)

    The Bible teaches that God speaks to people through prophecy. It also teaches 'Despise not prophesyings.'

    Maybe you don't know if this word is from God, but assuming any prophecy that comes to pass you hear is from the Devil is dangerous. What were the Pharisees doing when Jesus warned them about committing the unpardonable sin? They were saying that the Spirit Christ cast out devils by was Beelzebub. They called the Spirit Beelzebub. If a prophecy is from the Spirit, and you call the Spirit that gave it Beelezebub, that sure is a dangerous thing to do.

    Btw also, to the poster who said that Satan can't give born again believers visions, Satan showed Christ Himself the kingdoms of the world and the glory of them, and took Him to the pinnacle of the temple.
     
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    Link I'm not sure what you said, but God has given us everything that we need in through His Holy Scriptures. I would be VERY leary of any "new" revelation coming now. Especially when it has to do with a Gentile nation that is under the control of Satan.

    You don't have to believe that, but that's how I operate. Test the spirits. And the spirit behind this is shakey at best. Christ was driving out a demon, not saying something was going to happen when it happened.

    There are no more prophetic utterances that we are in need of hearing, because all we need to know is contained on the pages of The Living Word of God.

    I'll just stick with it, but you do what you feel like you have to do!
     
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    I dont think it is much of a stretch to "prophesy", that trouble is coming to Lebanon. I think you could leave a blank and fill in the name with most middle east countries and not miss by much. We need to be in the Word, walking in the Lord, sharing the Gospel & praying until He returns. There is no need for "new prophecies" ---His book already tells us how it all ends.

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    God made many predictions about Gentile nations in the Old Testament, back when the nations were much more pagan than they are now (in that they did not have Christians in them.)

    That is the issue. You should not dismiss a spirit without 'testing' it. What is your criteria for testing? Your feelings? A theological viewpoint that you hold to? I don't see how you can test a spirit without revelation from God, either through scripture or from gifts of the Spirit. If you don't believe in revelation from the Spirit anymore, what scriptural criteria do you use for judging this prophecy?

    Before you say anything else, consider the idea that if the S/spirit behind this is the Holy Spirit, you may have just called the Holy Spirit 'shakey at best.' I hope for your sake that God doesn't consider that blasphemy.

    Christ was driving out a demon, not saying something was going to happen when it happened.

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    There are no more prophetic utterances that we are in need of hearing, because all we need to know is contained on the pages of The Living Word of God.
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    Friend, what you are saying contradicts the pages you are talking about. The Bible says despise not prophesyings. It tells us that there will be prophets at the end of time. Check out the book of Revelation. The two witnesses prophesy.

    The Bible teaches us that God speaks to the church throught he gift of prophecy. Nowhere does it say that we can do away with these teachings of the Bible because we have the Bible. Does that make sense, that we don't need to believe certain teachings of the Bible because we have the Bible? Wouldn't it be better to just believe what the Bible teaches (that God speaks through prophecy) than to believe in a doctrine about scripture that the Bible does not teach (that God does not speak outside of scripture.)
     
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    Exactly my point. And ALL the revelation we need to operate as Christians is given in the Holy Scriptures. We need no other Revelation from God. He has said He has given us everything we need. I'll trust Him on that!
     
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    The Bible does not teach that all revelation is in the Holy Scripture. The Bible proves, in fact, that this idea is not true. The Bible certainly does not teach that all we need is the Holy Scriptures.

    If you have the Bible, but don't have faith, can you be saved? If you have the Bible, but don't have the Holy Spirit, do you have all you need? We need the things the Bible talks about. It is not enough just to have the Bible. Prophecy and other gifts are some of those things the Bible talks about.

    You might argue that all we need is mentioned in the Holy Scriptures. The Bible mentions the gift of prophecy and urges the saints to seek it. The Bible mentions many other spiritual gifts.

    If prophecies are no longer needed why will the Two Witnesses prophesy?
     
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    Prophecy

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    Link,

    To answer your question on the OP, yes, Chuck Pierce is a legitimate person, and a lot of his prophicies have come to pass. He is on the following website.

    http://www.elijahlist.com/cont_display.html?ID=1

    Check it out for yourself. Don't let the naysayers stop the true works of God.

    Peace,

    Tam
     
  14. Bro Tony

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    The question is not if "a lot" of his "prophecies" have come to pass, but have all his "Prophecies" come to pass. That is the biblical standard...if God has really spoken then what He has spoken will always happen. Even 95% is not good enough. In the OT a prophet who was only 95% right would be 100% dead.

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    A lot of Isaiah's prophecies have come to pass. A lot of John's prophecies have come to pass. We are still waiting on some of them. We are still waiting on that prophesy from Paul given by the word of the Lord about those who went to sleep in Christ and will be raised at His coming.

    Also, the prophet who spoke falsely in the of the LORD back in Old Testament times could be allowed to live, while the true prophets were persecuted. It's not like Israel obyed al those laws.

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    The web site looks interesting. I would like to see a statement as to what they believe, though.
     
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    Any of the analyzers of current events could have forecast these events, and perhaps given even more details...Not ALL so-called prophecies take great brilliance or even a godly mind......Unbelievers are doing it all the time.

    Cheers,

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    True Link, but with all these men of God---every prophesy that came from God and has occurred has been completely fulfilled. I doubt the same can be said of these modern day "prophets". If so I would like a complete list of their prophesies and the fulfillment of them.

    Also, the false prophets who were allowed to live we so because God's people were disobedient to His command. God said that the false prophet was to be put to death. They made God a liar, as they claimed their false prophesies came from God.

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