Proving the Prophets

Proving the Prophets

Scripture: Amos 3:7, Acts 2:17, Matthew 7:15
What is prophecy? Are there prophets? Can we believe what the Bible says about the future? People are extremely interested in prophecy. How do we know between true and false prophets? We ought to be suspicious if a prophet charges a fee for their work. There are tests for prophets in the Bible.
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Throughout the Bible, God has used messengers to offer good advice — and often times judgment — to guide His people. Can we expect Him to send anymore messengers, even after the first coming of Jesus?
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