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Shawn Bolz/Bob Jones & the prophetic Significance of the Chiefs Super Bowl Win

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The last time a false prophet ventured into the unknown waters of the Super Bowl it was David Taylor. At least he had the guts to take a 50-50 shot that Peyton Manning and the Broncos would defeat the Seattle Seahawks. The Broncos only lost 43-8, which is the largest win ever for an underdog. Fast forward to this year and it appears Bethel's resident smart phone false prophet, Shawn Bolz has weighed in on the Super Bowl. Let us reason together through this short summary linked above.

"Yesterday the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV. Now Shawn Bolz says it's time to see whether a longtime prophetic word from the late prophetic minister Bob Jones will come to pass." -- Shawn Bolz

I must admit that Bolz is far more clever than David Taylor was. The first ruse is to pin the actual prophecy on someone else. Someone who is dead I might add, meaning there is no chance of blowback. Secondly, you make the prophecy being activated contingent upon who wins the game. Thus the actual prediction is not about who wins, but what might occur if they do win. So now the outcome is virtually irrelevant. Lastly, Bolz makes the prophecy so vague as to be able to claim it came to pass or did not based upon the outcome of the game. As if God works this way. Prophecy is claiming direct revelation from God for a word to bring to His people. These prophecy whores think so little of the God they pretend to serve that they do not mind cheapening it to this level. The gist of the false prophecy is that if the Kansas City Chiefs won that this would portend the beginning of the elusive and alleged revival that the NAR keeps chasing. If the 49ers won however, this would mean six more weeks of apostasy and winter.

'Following the Chiefs' win, Bolz wrote on Instagram, "I am not sure what it means when Bob Jones said 'when the chiefs win the Super Bowl revival is going to break out,' but I sure am excited. We haven't been able to find any recordings of him saying this but he said it often to us. He often prophesied about sports teams and prophetic symbolism. He said when the chiefs win God is raising up His apostolic chiefs around the nation and one time he said 'nations.'"' -- Shawn Bolz

I am sure what it means! Absolutely nothing. Look at how trivial Bolz makes prophecy. That if the Chiefs win then God would start raising up apostolic chiefs around the world. Anything to reinforce the false apostolic paradigm of the NAR. This will come as bad news to Joseph Mattera and Dr. Michael Brown who insist that we are already in the era of raised apostolic leaders. It is interesting that Jones allegedly tied so much prophetic significance to sports teams. Maybe if the 49ers won that would indicate a season of having to delve deep into the things of God for valuable nuggets. If the NY Giants won that would usher in a season of defeating your giants! This is how silly and contrived this all is. God does not work like this. Not even close. He has given us His word for a reason. He has not forgotten to tell us something that He will slowly reveal based upon who wins a carnal football game. His word promises a great end times apostasy, not revival. The NAR chases revival of course because they love this world and idolize this country. Let's wrap up the article:

'In comments beneath the post, Bolz said Jones made these claims in 2003-2005. This is not the first time Bolz has mentioned this prophecy. On Jan. 19, prior to the AFC Championship Game (in which the Chiefs played against the Tennessee Titans), Bolz wrote on Facebook, "Bob Jones had heard from God that the chiefs would go to the Super Bowl and win it. He shared that when they won it would be a sign of upcoming and end time revival. He explained that God is raising up His chiefs to be apostolic leaders in many spheres of influence. Today if you follow football you will see that the Chiefs have their first chance for 50 years as they are going to the Super Bowl! This could be the time! Let's pray!" The image attached to the Facebook post was captioned, "Bob Jones told me at least 10 times 'When the Chiefs win the Super Bowl, you will know that revival is about to come. God is raising up His apostolic chiefs."' -- Shawn Bolz

So follow the logic here. God wants to raise up His chiefs, or apostolic leaders, in many spheres of influence as a sign that there is an end times revival. Apparently, He cannot just do this because He is God. Instead He must tie it to the outcome of a carnal football game played by carnal, unsaved men. If the 49ers won, He would have to sit on His plan until another year when the Chiefs might get a shot at winning the Super Bowl. Heck, its only been 50 years since they last won it. Either way, God is now bound by this silly, capricious, false word? I do not think so.

Beloved, when you trivialize God and make money off of pretending to hear from Him, you can be this brazen and fearless. Shawn Bolz one day will answer as Bob Jones already is. If you want a word from God -- go to His word! Do not turn to charlatans and hucksters. Do not look for prophecy from people who find significance in the color of the moon or the name of a football team. Worry not about the Chiefs or the 49ers; everyone knows God is a Cowboys fan"

Rev. Anthony.

 

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