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The Bible teaches that one can prophesy by God's Spirit without being sanctified by that same spirit. Consider the following Biblical examples of this: Balaam -- He wanted to curse God's people in order to obtain a large amount of gold from Balak, the king of the Moabites (see Numbers 23:11, etc.). Balaam's donkey -- God used the donkey to speak to Balaam (...


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Who/what is the source of the power behind the miracles, signs and wonders in Matthew 7:22? It could come from Satan, 2 Corinthians 11: 14 And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light. However, ultimately, all powers came from God, Psalm 62: 11 One thing God has spoken, two things I have heard: “Power belongs to you, God, Is the ...


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frame challenge: there were no actual miracles performed, demons cast out, or prophesies delivered - while they were alive these people were grifters, scamming people by pretending to wield the power of God, when in reality, no supernatural powers were ever afforded them. they're trying to pull the same scam on God that they used to pull on their fellow men, ...


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