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IHOP -- Prophetic Accuracy is Just the Cherry on Top of the Love Sundae

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'"Accuracy is great; it's the cherry on top of the sundae, but love is the ice cream. If someone leaves a prophecy session feeling loved, then we were successful." To help increase prophetic accuracy, Amanda stresses the relationship between prophecy and prayer.' -- Fia Curley

Arrrgghhh are you kidding me??? This is what is being taught today to our church kids beloved if you wonder why they are so off track. Accuracy is great but only the cherry on top of the love sundae? So as long as you lied with love it is ok? As long as you misrepresented God with love, it's ok? So you tell someone God said that their mom will be healed and when she dies the next week it is ok because they felt love when you lied on behalf of God? Please realize the way I am describing it is true. This is not about "accuracy" beloved. When someone claims a prophetic word they are claiming to speak on behalf of God. That should scare you. That should feel weighty in your mouth. Curley continues:

'"We have to have a deep well in the place of prayer in order to prophesy. One of the things I love about prophecy is it makes me hungry for more of the Word. Of course the Lord can always come in a wave and allow us to give something we don't have, but most of the time, we're going to give out of the well that we have."' -- Fia Curley

Spiritual gobbledygook. Prayer is important in all areas of a Christian's life but if prophecy truly made her hungry for the Word then she would realize she is a false prophetess. The Word should not be the afterthought of prophecy beloved but rather the source. What Curley and Frye are supporting here is the notion that you can listen to your wickedly deceitful heart and then speak that word as if God said it and that should then push you into the Word. Perhaps if you were hungry for the Word itself, then He would give you His words instead of relying upon your feelings.

"As Scripture is read, sparking a dialogue, we are tuned into what the Lord is saying, not just about our personal prayer lists, but those around us. He cultivates hearts to partner with Him for the lives and destinies of those He's placed around us and speak words to hearts that are weary, that they may receive life." -- Fia Curley

Yeah and blue sleeps faster than Tuesday. What does that mean? As much as what Fia just said, which is nothing. The apologetics radio program known as Fighting for the Faith came up with this neat little sentence. It is correctly constructed. It has a subject a noun and a verb. It is grammatically correct but it literally means nothing. There is zero evidence in the Bible that God is cultivating hearts to partner with Him for the lives and destinies of people He has placed around us. This is straight out of NAR and the purpose driven church model. That we all have a dream destiny thingy and grand purpose. What is worse here is the minimization of the Word of God. It is only used to "spark the dialogue"; which is a mystical way of saying they use it to then hear their feelings better regarding something God will be saying above His Word! How absurd. Mercifully, she concludes:

'"It makes [you] hungry to know the Lord more when you start seeing the Lord working and talking to you," Amanda says. "It makes you hungry for more of it. And really, prayer is talking to the Lord, listening to the Lord, and then prophecy is taking the next step to speak out what you hear to people. So they're very connected, and you can't separate them."' -- Fia Curley

No, no, 1000 times no. That is supported nowhere in the Bible. Now I am sure that our flesh would love this. Pretending to speak on behalf of the Lord. I am sure it would want to continue to do it. The notion however that prophecy is the next step of prayer is unbiblical and only created within the wicked hearts of those who prophesy falsely. It removes the Holy Spirit from the equation. He gives the gifts as He wills. The sin of Lucifer was to ascend to the throne of the Most High and he was cast out of heaven for it. Later he would tempt Eve with that very same sin we see in the key verse today. Eat this and you will be like God. What IHOP, Bethel, and the NAR are teaching is a very old sin. It is the usurpation of the power of God. Do not be deceived beloved. Claiming to speak on behalf of He who spoke everything into existence is a weighty matter. I feel that weight every time I write yet IHOP teaches it is not weighty at all. It is just the cherry on top of the love sundae to be accurate. As long as you lied to them in love. So I will tell them the truth in love. Repent before your life is required of you and you find out how weighty His words truly are.

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