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Jan. 22, 2021 Have Jesus warning concerning false prophets coming in the last days come true? YES




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A false prophet is a person who spreads false teachings or messages while claiming to speak the Word of God. In the Bible, false prophets also spoke on behalf of false gods. False prophets functioned in their prophetic role illegitimately or for the purpose of deception. The Bible denounces false prophets for leading people astray. In the Old Testament, the actual term false prophet does not occur, but references to false prophets are evident and abundant. In the book of Jeremiah, we encounter a clear description of false prophets: “Then the LORD said to me, ‘The prophets are prophesying lies in my name. I have not sent them or appointed them or spoken to them. They are prophesying to you false visions, divinations, idolatries and the delusions of their own minds’” (Jeremiah 14:14; see also 23:21–33; Zechariah 10:2).  The primary difference between men like Jeremiah—a true prophet of God—and false prophets was their source of information. Rather than speak the Word of the Lord, false prophets delivered messages that originated in their own hearts and minds: “This is what the LORD Almighty says: ‘Do not listen to what the prophets are prophesying to you; they fill you with false hopes. They speak visions from their own minds, not from the mouth of the LORD’” (Jeremiah 23:16; see also 14:14; 23:25–32; Ezekiel 13:1–7). God distances Himself from all false prophets: “I did not send these prophets, yet they have run with their message; I did not speak to them, yet they have prophesied” (Jeremiah 23:21).


Another sign of the coming cashless society/More war signs/Disease/180,000 birds are culled ...Many years ago I received the message about Jesus Christ over a long distant phone call from my cousin Gary Sillato who is now with our Lord in Heaven. It was a Saturday night. I asked Jesus into my life on that phone conversation. Sunday morning the next day two Jehovah witnesses came to my door. At the time I thought Jesus sent them however, 11 months later after finding out they were hiding  important information from me I left the teaching of the JW Watchtower Society. I never became a Jehovah’s witness. I was just about to take my test to be baptized as a JW but the real Jesus Christ put a stop to that.

What was the information the JW’s were not telling me? They were keeping secret the fact that their organization from the very start was founded by a false prophet by the name of Charles T Russell . Fact is, after Russell more JW false prophets emerged. Below you will see a list of some of these false prophecies. Not one thing these JW false prophets said would happen as God told them actually took place!  The sad part about this information is even after these JW prophecies did not come to pass as their leaders told them the members did not leave the organization. They choose not to follow what Jesus warned about false prophets and so they become imbedded in all types of false teachings. Take a look below at some of these false prophecies made by the JW organization. But before you do let it be known that if you talk to a JW and they tell you they don’t have any prophets in their organization show they what their own orgazition teachs in their Watchtower of April, 1972.  “So, does Jehovah have a prophet to help them, to warn them of dangers and to declare things to come? These questions can be answered in the affirmative. Who is this prophet?…This ‘prophet’ was not one man, but was a body of men and women. It was the small group of footstep followers of Jesus Christ, known at that time as the International Bible Students. Today they are known as Jehovah’s Christian witnesses.” (Watchtower, April 1, 1972, p. 197)

False prophecy list: 

1880 “As the beginning of that change was marked by the coming of Christ from heaven, so the 2300 years above mentioned indicated that Christ was due to leave the most holy place – ‘heaven itself’ – in 1844.” (Watchtower 7/1880 p. 3, Reprints p. 115)

1881 January: “Matt. xxv and the parallelism of the Jewish and Gospel ages, seem to teach that the wise of the virgins ‘who are alive and remain’ must all come in, to a knowledge of the Bridegroom’s presences, by the fall of 1881, when the door – opportunity to become a member of the bride – will close.” (January 1881 Watchtower, p. 4) February: “And now we come nearer to the time when our change seems due (we know not the day or hour, but expect it during 1881, possibly near the autumn when the parallels show the favor to Zion complete and due to end, the door the marriage shut and high calling to be the bride of Christ, to cease) and light on the subject is becoming clearer…” (Watchtower, February, 18814, p. 5) Note: the closer they came to October 1881 the less definite the Watchtower became regarding the “change.” July/August: “We look to October of this year, as the limit of favor – the end of ‘the acceptable year (time or age) of the Lord’ – the closing of the ‘straight gate’ to the ‘narrow way’ of the opportunity to become a member of the bride of Christ and partaker of his Divine Nature.” (July/August Watchtower, 1881, p. 6)

1889 “In this volume we offer a chain of testimony on the subject of God’s appointed times and seasons, each link of which we consider Scripturally strong…it is beyond the breadth and depth of human thought, and therefore cannot be of human origin. (Studies in the Scriptures, Vol. 2, 1889, p. 15)

1892 “The date of the close of that ‘battle’ is definitely marked in the Scripture as October, 1914. It is already in progress, its beginning dating from October 1874.” (Watchtower Reprints, January 15, 1892, p. 1355)

1897 “Our Lord, the appointed King, is now present, since October 1874 A.D., according to the testimony of the prophets, to those who have ears to hear it.” (Studies in the Scriptures, Vol. 4, 1897, pl. 621)

1914 “The war will proceed and will eventuate in no glorious victory for any nation, but in the horrible mutilation and impoverishment of all. Next will follow the Armageddon of anarchy.” (The New York Times, October 5, 1914, p. 8)

1916 “In the meantime, eyes of understanding should discern clearly the Battle of the Great Day of God Almighty now in progress; and our faith, guiding our eyes of understanding through the Word,, should enable us to see the glorious outcome – Messiah’s Kingdom.” (Watchtower Reprints, September 1, 1916, p. 5951)

1917 “The data presented in the comments on Revelation 2:1 prove that the conquest of Judea was not completed until the day of Passover, A.D. 73, and in the light of the foregoing Scriptures, prove that the Sprint of 1918 will bring upon Christendom a spasm of anguish greater even than that experienced in the Fall of 1914.” (The Finished Mystery, p. 62(1918 ed.) (some later editions have changed the dates for obvious reasons) “Also, in the year 1918, when God destroys the churches wholesale and the church members by millions, it shall be that any that escape shall come to the works of Pastor Russell to learn the meaning of the downfall of ‘Christianity’” (p. 485)

1920 “Even the republics will disappear in 1920…The three days in which Pharaoh’s host pursued the Israelites into the wilderness represent the three years from 1917 to 1920 at which time all of Pharaoh’s messengers will be swallowed up by the sea of anarchy. The wheels will come off their chariots – organization.” (The Finished Mystery, 1918 ed., p, 258)

1920 “As we have heretofore stated, the great jubilee cycle is due to begin in 1925. At the time the earthly phase of the kingdom shall be recognized…Therefore we may confidently expect that the 1925 will mark the return of Abraham…” (Millions Now Living Will Never Die, 1920, p. 89)

1922 “The date 1925 is even more distinctly indicated by the Scriptures because it is fixed by the law God gave to Israel. Viewing the present situation in Europe, one wonders how it will be possible to hold back the explosion much longer; and that even before 1925 the great crisis will be reached and probably passed.” (Watchtower September 1, 1922, p. 262)

1925 January: “The year 1925 is here. With great expectation Christians have looked forward to this year. Many have confidently expected that all members of the body of Christ will be changed to heavenly glory during the year. This may be accomplished. It may not be. In his own due time God will accomplish his purposes concerning his own people. Christians should not be so deeply concerned about what may transpire during this year that they would fail to joyfully do what the Lord would have them do.” (Watchtower, January 1, 1925, p. 3)

September: “It is to be expected that Satan will try to inject into the minds of the consecrated the thought that 1925 should see an end of the work, and that therefore it would be needless for them to do more.” (Watchtower, September 1, 1925)

1940 “The year 1940 is certain to be the most important year yet, because Armageddon is very near. It behooves all who love righteousness to put forth every effort to advertise THE THEOCRACY while the privileges are still open.” (Informant, May 1940, p. 1) September: “The Kingdom is here, the King is enthroned. Armageddon is just ahead. The glorious reign of Christ that shall bring blessings to the world will immediately follow. Therefore the great climax has been reached. Tribulation has fallen upon those who stand by the Lord.” (The Messenger, September 1940, p. 6)

1941 “Meantime the German people are awakening to their horrible predicament. They no longer laugh as decent men and women were made to laugh, but their faces are white, pinched and filled with forebodings of what the near future will bring and is already hastening to bring to them – Armageddon, the battle of the great day of God Almighty.” (Consolation, October 29, 1941, p. 11)

1968 “Just think, brothers, there are only about 90 months left before the 6000 years of man’s existence on earth is completed…The majority of people living today will probably be alive when Armageddon breaks out.” (Kingdom Ministry, 3/68, p. 4)

1974 “Reports are heard of brothers selling their homes and property and planning to finish out the rest of their days in the old system in the pioneer service. Certainly this is a fine way to spend the short time remaining before the wicked world’s end.” (Kingdom Ministry, May 1974, p. 3)

As the preceding conclusively proves, the Watchtower should have been speaking of itself when it said: “True, there have been those in times past who predicted an ‘end to the world,’ even announcing a specific date. Some have gathered groups of people with them and fled to the hills or withdrawn into their houses waiting for the end. Yet, nothing happened…Why? What was missing?…Missing from such people were God’s truths and the evidence that he was guiding and using them.” (Awake! October 8, 1968, p. 23)

When I did my own research on what the JW organization may be hiding I was blown away by the number of JW false prophets and, the false teachings being made by the leaders of the organization.  I have done many videos showing you the proof I found that the JW’s have altered God’s word on purpose to teach something other than what the Lord has said in the Bible. Below you will see one of these videos.


Below is a section on the Jehovah’s Witnesses I wrote in my book. 

Jehovah’s Witnesses claim that God sends angels to them to give them the prophecies from God.  Read what they said and are still saying to this day.  “This would indicate that Jehovah’s Witnesses today make their declaration of the good news of the Kingdom under angelic direction and support…the nations will see the fulfillment of what these witnesses say as directed from heaven” (The Watchtower, April 1, 1972 p.200).  “There cannot be a question of doubt that Jesus Christ can and does direct every division of his organization and that he can and does use his holy angels to carry into operation his orders and direct the course of the remnant on earth, regardless of the fact that the remnant cannot see these agents or ambassadors of the Lord and can have no direct or audible communication with them” (The Watchtower Sept. 1, 1932, p.263).  “The title of the teaching was ‘a prophet was among them’.  This ‘prophet’ was not one man, but was a body of men and women.  It was the small group of footstep followers of Jesus Christ, known at that time as International Bible Students.  Today they are known as Jehovah’s Christian Witnesses…Of course, it is easy to say that this group acts as a ‘prophet’ of God.  It is another thing to prove it.  The only way that this can be done is to review the record.  What does it show?  This would indicate that Jehovah’s Witnesses today make their declaration of the good news of the Kingdom under angelic direction and support.  And since no word or work of Jehovah can fail, for he is God Almighty, the nations will see the fulfillment of what these witnesses say as directed from heaven.  Yes, the time must come shortly that the nations will have to know that really a ‘prophet’ of Jehovah was among them” (The Watchtower, April 1972, p.197).  The Watchtower claimed in their November 1, 1931 edition that “the Watchtower is not the instrument of any man or set of men, nor is it published according to the whims of men.  No man’s opinion is expressed in the Watchtower.”  In other words, everything that is written in the organization’s Watchtower magazines is from God.  It’s very important to check out everything they stated to see if it really came from God, or are they false prophets?  Let us put their prophecies from the so-called “prophet” to God’s test.  Here is how God told us to make that test.  “How can we know when a message has not been spoken by the Lord?  If what a prophet proclaims in the name of the Lord does not take place or come true, that is a message the Lord has not spoken.  That prophet has spoken presumptuously.  Do not be afraid of him” (Deuteronomy 18:21b-22).  The test is simple.  Let us keep one very important fact in mind before we review the record.  The Bible makes it clear that if just one prophecy is not fulfilled, then the person who made it is a false prophet.  Did everything happen just the way the Watchtower said it would or not?  Let’s find out.

Charles Russell, founder of the Jehovah’s Witness organization, on numerous occasions set dates for the return of Jesus Christ.  Witness presidents who followed Russell also set dates for the Lord’s return.  Every prophecy they made failed to come true.  In 1889 this prophecy was proclaimed.  “The battle of the great day of God Almighty (Revelation 16:14b), which will end in AD 1914 with the complete overthrow of earth’s present rulership is already commenced” (The Time Is at Hand, 907, p.101).  When the end of the world did not end in 1914, Russell changed the date:  “We consider it an established truth that the final end of the kingdoms of this world, and the full establishment of the Kingdom of God, will be accomplished near the end of AD 1915” (Times of the Gentiles p.99).  When the prophecy failed in 1915, too, the date was changed again:  “The date 1925, is even more distinctly indicated by the scriptures than 1914” (Watchtower Sept. 1, 1922 p.262).  The next prophecy was made in 1918, and this prophecy was to be fulfilled in 1925.  These are their exact words.  “Therefore we may confidently expect that 1925 will mark the return of Abraham, Isaac, Jacob, and the faithful prophets of old, particularly those named by the apostle in Hebrews Chapter 11, to the condition of human perfection” (Millions Now Living Will Never Die p.89).  The organization was so convinced they purchased a mansion in San Diego, CA. called Beth-Sarim.  The mansion was to become the home for the three prophets mentioned above when they returned from the dead in 1925.  Since the leaders of the Jehovah’s Witness organization were false prophets, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob never did rise from the dead, and thus never lived in the Beth-Sarim mansion.


You want to know for sure?  Do what I did, get a copy of the deed from the courthouse.

I wrote the San Diego court and received a copy of the deed on the mansion.  In the deed, the organization had written the purpose for the purchase of the mansion was to be the home for the three prophets.  In 1925 none of the three prophets rose from the dead to live in the Beth-Sarim mansion.  After the prophecy failed, the organization sold the mansion, and to this day they keep this false prophecy hidden from new members.  Why?  Because the Jehovah Witness organization doesn’t want new members to know they have false prophets running the show.  If you are a Jehovah Witness, go to the Beth-sarim mansion.  The address is 4440 Braeburn Road, San Diego, California.  Knock on the door and ask to speak with all three of the prophets who rose from the dead.  At that point, I am sure you will understand it was all a lie!  Finally, the decision was made to try and smooth over all the false prophecies so they said, “There was a measure of disappointment on the part of Jehovah’s faithful ones on earth concerning the years 1914, 1915, 1925, which disappointment lasted for a time…and they also learned to quit fixing dates” (Vindication 1931, p.338).  However, even that was a lie because they still set new dates for Jesus to rule over the Earth.  Apparently, they didn’t learn their lesson from all the previous false prophecies.  In 1968 the organization prophesied once again.  This time the end of the world would take place in 1975.  This is a portion of what they wrote about their prophecy.  You can find their statement in the Kingdom Ministry, March  page 4.  “Since we have dedicated ourselves to Jehovah, we want to do his will to the fullest extent possible.  Making some special effort to do more than the usual helps us live up to our dedication.  In view of the short period of time left, we want to do this as often as circumstances permit.  Just think, brother, there are only about ninety months left before 6,000 years of man’s existence on earth is completed Do you remember what we learned at the assemblies last summer?  The majority of people living today will probably be alive when Armageddon breaks out, and there are no resurrection hopes for those who are destroyed then.  So, now more than ever, it is vital not to ignore that spirit of wanting to do more.”  So what happened?  The year 1975 passed, and so did 1976, 1977, and the years all the way up to 2009, and not one single thing in their prophecy came to pass!  If anyone really loved God and that person read these false prophecies, he or she would be compelled by the Holy Spirit to leave the Jehovah Witness Organization right away.  The “angels” that were supposed to be giving God’s words to the organization must have been those messengers that Paul wrote to Timothy about.  “The Spirit clearly says that in later times some will abandon the faith and follow deceiving spirits and things taught by demons.  Such teachings come through hypocritical liars, whose consciences have been seared as with a hot iron” (1 Timothy 4:1-2).  As of January 2008, the Watchtower still won’t admit their leaders were false prophets.  The leaders never volunteer their record of false prophecies, and they will do almost anything to hide the fact not one prophecy made in their organization came to pass.  What is amazing to me is all Jehovah Witnesses teach Jesus Christ is the True Savior of the world; yet, when you question them about this issue, they will deny Him that right.  Let me give you an example.  Ask any Jehovah Witness if he or she believes Jesus was a true God.  He or she will tell you “yes.”  Then ask whether Jesus ever sinned.  This answer will be “no, He never sinned.”  Then ask if Jesus was a true prophet.  Once again he or she will say “yes.”  Ask whether Jesus ever prophesied anything that did not come to pass?  Again the answer will be “no.”  That person will be quick to tell you “everything Jesus prophesied came to pass, or He was a false prophet and false God.”  Now ask whether Jesus ever misled anyone in anyway.  The answer will be “no.”  Now ask him or her to read John 2:19-22.  These verses say, “Jesus answered and said unto them, Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up.  Then said the Jews, Forty and six years was this temple in building, and wilt thou rear it up in three days?  But he spake of the temple of his body.  When therefore he was risen from the dead, his disciples remembered that he had said this unto them; and they believed the scripture, and the word which Jesus had said.”  Now ask the Jehovah Witness this question.  “Did Jesus do exactly what He said He would do?”  The response will be “Do what?”  You say, “raise Himself from the dead just as it says in the Bible.”  The answer will be “Jesus did not raise Himself from the dead but that the Father raised Him.”  As I said, Jehovah Witnesses only say they believe in Jesus, but they really don’t stand by His own words.  By not believing in the very words spoken by Jesus Himself, they make Jesus into the following.  If He didn’t raise His body as He stated He would, then He becomes a liar, sinner, false prophet, and false God.  Why is it that even His own disciples remembered what Jesus said and believed it; yet, the so-called witnesses will not?  The answer is clear.  The Jesus Christ they are following is not the same Jesus Christ found in the Bible.  Their leaders are misleading the witnesses, and they cannot challenge them on this issue either!  It is very simple; either Jesus did what He said, or He isn’t the True God.  If you’re not blinded by Satan, you will see the truth as it is written.  Jesus raised Himself because as God in the flesh, He had that power to do so.  Jesus even said He had the power to take His life back.  This is what Jesus said, “No man taketh it from me, but I lay it down of myself.  I have power to lay it down, and I have power to take it again” (John 10:18a).  The Jehovah Witnesses can’t believe Jesus had the ability to give His life and take it back.  Just because we don’t understand how Jesus did it doesn’t mean He couldn’t.  This organization is only one of many who are misleading millions of people worldwide.  If you are a true believer, you must accept the Word Christ spoke when He stated, “I will raise it up.”

The Watchtower organization says that Jesus did not rise from the dead in the same body He died in.  You can find what they teach in the book entitled, You Can Live Forever on Paradise Earth.  On pages 143-144 of that text, it stated that He rose as a spirit creature and that the material body of Jesus was taken away by God the Father.  Therefore, they deny the physical resurrection of Christ.  This is the doctrine of the Watchtower Society.  Now look at what Jesus told His disciples the day He appeared in the upper room after He rose from the dead.  When His disciples saw Christ appear, the Bible states, “But they were terrified and affrighted, and supposed that they had seen a spirit” (Luke 24:37).  Now read what Jesus’ response was.  I quote the very words of our Lord.  “Why are ye troubled?  And why do thoughts arise in your hearts?  Behold my hands and my feet, that it is I myself:  handle me, and see; for a spirit hath not flesh and bones, as ye see me have” (Luke 24:38b-39).  Jesus flat out tells them He is not a spirit!  Christ said, “It is I myself,” proving that He was the exact same Jesus, who hung on the cross.  He even told them to touch and handle Him so they would know for sure it was the same exact Jesus.  He also eats fish with them to demonstrate He was flesh and bones, not a spirit creature, as the JW’s want you to believe.  Now the fact is if Jesus did not rise in the exact same body as the one hung on the cross, then He lied when He told His followers “It is I myself.”  He would have been lying when He said He wasn’t a spirit.  Did Jesus lie?  To a true Christian, the answer is NO, Jesus was exactly the same man He was when He was hung on the cross.  To a JW, Jesus becomes a liar if he or she does not accept the very words spoken by Christ.  The question is whom are you going to believe, Jesus’ own words or false prophets’?  Remember the words of the Watchtower, “This would indicate that Jehovah’s Witnesses today make their declaration of the good news of the Kingdom under angelic direction and support…the nations will see the fulfillment of what these witnesses say as directed from heaven” (The Watchtower, April 1, 1972 p.200).  Now listen to the warning made by Paul the Apostle concerning following another gospel and angels who deliver that gospel.  “I am astonished that you are so quickly deserting the one who called you by the grace of Christ and are turning to a different gospel – which is really no gospel at all.  Evidently some people are throwing you into confusion and are trying to pervert the gospel of Christ.  But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach a gospel other than the one we preached to you, let him be eternally condemned!  As we have already said, so now I say again:  If anybody is preaching to you a gospel other than what you accepted, let him be eternally condemned!” (Galatians 1:6-9 NIV Study Bible).  Paul saw the future and prophesied correctly because angels did come and give another gospel to these Jehovah’s Witnesses.  This gospel, however, would come with a curse.  What is that curse?  Paul says of the person preaching this false gospel, “let him be eternally condemned!”  The words Jesus spoke about Himself cause many problems for the Jehovah’s Witness Organization.  For example in Matthew 14:26-27 it says, “And when the disciples saw him walking on the sea, they were troubled, saying, It is a spirit; and they cried out for fear.  But straightway Jesus spake unto them, saying, Be of good cheer; it is I; be not afraid.”  Jesus told them the exact same thing He told the disciples in the upper room when He appeared to them and they thought then He was a spirit.  Remember He told them He was not a spirit!  If Jesus was a spirit when He walked on the water and that took place before He went to the cross, that would mean He wasn’t a real human.  If He wasn’t a real human in the flesh, then His death did not count because He had to be human to make the sacrifice for all mankind.  So we conclude one thing:  Jesus had the power to do things beyond our understanding.  When He walked on the water, Jesus was a man.  When the Lord appeared to His disciples in the upper room, He was a man, not a spirit.  Now you can believe the Watchtower lies, which will make Jesus a liar, or you can simply take Jesus at His Word!

Jesus warned we would see false prophets in the last days and without a doubt they are here. The Watchtower of the JW’s isn’t the only ones who have fulfilled this statement: Rather than speak the Word of the Lord, false prophets delivered messages that originated in their own hearts and minds: “This is what the LORD Almighty says: ‘Do not listen to what the prophets are prophesying to you; they fill you with false hopes. They speak visions from their own minds, not from the mouth of the LORD’” (Jeremiah 23:16; see also 14:14; 23:25–32; Ezekiel 13:1–7).

In my video below I show you with a sad heart that many people who claimed God gave them visions, dreams or, spoke to them concerning Donald Trump staying as President in 2021. Today Jan. 22, 2021 two days after Joe Biden has become President we now know none of these prophecies came to pass. It has now become a fact that Rather than speak the Word of the Lord, these false prophets delivered messages that originated in their own hearts and minds.

Only God knows what was in the hearts and minds of all these so called prophets you will see my my video but this I know. Jesus has made us a promise that the only sin that will never be forgiven is the rejection of the Holy Spirit. Please what the video below.  I am sure you will see more of these false prophets come out the closer we get to the second coming of Jesus Christ.  One of these main false prophets will be working hand in hand with the Antichrist as warned by Jesus. 

Deuteronomy 18:21-22 deals with false prophets those who tell you they speak from God but it is a lie as what they state does not come to pass the way they stated what God told them.  22“But you may wonder, ‘How will we know whether or not a prophecy is from the Lord?’ 22 If the prophet speaks in the Lord’s name but his prediction does not happen or come true, you will know that the Lord did not give that message. That prophet has spoken without my authority and need not be feared.

Pastor Jeremiah Johnson Repentance Letter

Pastor Loren Sandford’s Open Apology


A list of so-called prophets who said Trump would win in 2020: 

Mark Taylor on the After Effect of Jan 6th on Truth Unveiled with Paul Oebel

9:06 he says that the apologies of the prophets show who is not actually standing with the Lord; he says they are committing treason
He says it shows the ‘deep state’ church and it’s God showing who is the cockroaches in the church
He emphatically says at 12:54 that people are insane if they think he’ll back track on what God has said about Trump; IT’S NOT OVER because God has said ‘we have won the victory’  

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