|How to Tell the Difference Between a Prophet and a Crank|
Truly biblical prophecy strengthens the church—without adding anything to the Bible.
On the day the church went public, it was laughed at. A noisy rabble was spilling out into the streets of Jerusalem, declaring the works of God in all kinds of languages, and while some responded with genuine amazement, others simply ridiculed it: “They have had too much wine” (Acts 2:13). Peter, famously, answered their snark in two ways. He pointed out the time of day—“It’s only nine in the morning!”—and he quoted Joel’s prophecy that “your ...
Thursday, November 29, 2018
How to Tell the Difference Between a Prophet and a Crank