Then if anyone says to you, 'Look, here is the Christ!' or 'There he is!' do not believe it. For false christs and false prophets will arise and perform great signs and wonders, so as to lead astray, if possible, even the elect. - Matthew 24:23-24 (ESV)
Jeremiah Johnson is a false prophet and part of the gaggle of false prophets that run the false prophecy wing of the apostate church today. Recently Johnson seemed conflicted when he falsely prophesied that Donald Trump would be reelected, as did his entire group of similar false prophets. Jeremiah seemed to take it to heart even though he was confused initially. First he apologized, then withdrew that apology to wait for the lawsuits to pan out, then had to apologize again and then finally he quit is prophetic ministry. At least that was what he claimed. What he really did was rebrand himself a teacher instead of a prophet but all indications are that he will go right on bringing false messages from God mixed in with eerie messages about judgment for those who are false yet somehow completely oblivious that he is in the camp of those who will sit for this type of judgment. So for today let us examine two recent offerings from the mouth of Jeremiah Johnson, false prophet. I mean false teacher. I mean false prophet-teacher. Above are two links. First we will review his most recent blog post on his new ministry site and second will be his latest prophecy (?) on Charisma News. So buckle up! It's a double shot of nonsense today!
"On June 25, 2020, Robert Redfield, Director of Disease Control said, "We have all done the best we can do to tackle this virus, but the reality is that it has brought the nations to their knees." I have never witnessed so much confusion, shock, fear, and uncertainty in all my life. However, my greatest surprise and heartache in the midst of the pandemic has actually come concerning the body of Christ. It appears that we, the global Church, have also been brought to our knees as the barrage of deception, division, and conspiracy theories have increased at an unprecedented level. The need for truth, sobriety, and biblical theology regarding the house of God and the end times has never been greater. The global shaking happening in our world today is seriously revealing our foundations in the Church. The torrent of spiritual and physical storms that are crashing upon the shores of America and other nations are simply exposing the type of house we have chosen to build in the Church and even our personal lives. We must remember that one of the outstanding biblical principles that Jesus taught in Matthew 9 was that He will not fill what He Himself has not formed. He will not put new wine into old wineskins (see Mark 2:22). In other words, are we crying out for God to fill up a last-days wineskin in the Church that He actually has no interest in filling, and is COVID-19 making that answer very clear? The disillusionment, questions, and opinions surrounding where the global Church goes from here are astounding." - Jeremiah Johnson
What is truly sad when reading Johnson recently is he comes so dangerously close to the truth but clearly has no idea that he is part of what he rails against. He contributed to the shock and confusion within the church by spreading his NAR conspiracy theories and governmental dominionism. He was part of the barrage of deception and division. He is part of the reason why there has never been a greater need for truth, sobriety and biblical theology within the church. Johnson then reminds us that he is just as poor a teacher as he is/was a prophet. Matthew 9 does NOT teach us that Jesus will not fill what he has not formed. The parable of the wineskins is simply separating out the law from grace. It follows when the Pharisee ask Jesus why his disciples do not fast. The answer is do not mix the old, your religious rituals, with the new. Realize however that Jesus also made the law and He actually came to fulfill it. The reason why Jeremiah sees so much disillusionment, questions and opinions about the direction of the global church is that it is the apostate church and rudderless without the Holy Spirit. Now Johnson goes into his latest "prophecy" even though he swore he was not going to do this anymore.
"One night as I was preaching during the pandemic, I received a shocking open vision and was startled by what God said and revealed to me in that moment. He began.