Sunday, June 17, 2018

David Platt Claims Isa Is The Messiah And Has Visited Muslims Through Dreams

Elizabeth Prata posted this on Facebook, but here is an excerpt (the link to the entire article is posted below):


"Below is a transcription of David Platt’s 2018 report of the International Mission Board to the Southern Baptist Convention, June 2018. I transcribed the report from a video recorded by Robin Self, who was present and personally video-recorded the 6 minute speech....."

"We’re seeing thousands of Persian, Iranian, and Afghan refugees coming to
know Christ across Europe....We’re seeing refugees come to Christ, become disciple makers, and return to their war-torn homeland to rebuild the foundations of
their lives and communities on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. "

The man said, ‘You don’t understand. I’ve had several dreams over the last three

nights. And in each dream a man wearing white has told me he had the way to
salvation for my family and me…[interrupted by applause, Platt raises his voice]
“Last night, a man, that man, appeared to me again, and told me a man dressed in
white would come to my home the next day telling me the way of salvation.
When we saw you standing outside we knew we needed to invite you in and
hear whatever you had to say to us.” [rising applause].
“This formerly Muslim couple is now a follower of Isa the Messiah.”" v
ideo link at Facebook page of Robin Self, who was present and video-recorded t
he 6-min speech. Transcription is by Elizabeth Prata.
~End quote
These aren't refugees, they're invaders for allah--it's called hijrah. As for these dreams (which are all pretty similar which is therefore suspect in itself and I have written about them here), "Jesus" doesn't identify Himself, doesn't tell them to repent of their sin,
does't tell them to reject Islam and the satanic allah & all their works, doesn't tell
them of the Triune God. In other words, a fake Jesus, fake conversions, fake gospel.
Isa is not Jewish, is not the Son of God, is not part of the Triune God, and did not die
on the cross & rise from the dead three days later according to the Scriptures.
Also, asking someone if they want to believe and be baptized shows a false gospel.
We see in Acts, it's a command to believe & the result is baptism. Platt's works righteousness (which goes back several years---he's good at trying to guilt people
by attaching them to his conscience),falsifying Isa, and justifying these Jesuses that
show up is NOT of Christ at all. He's a Western tool for Islam.

Also, this idea of exporting seminaries to other countries continues to grow,
as Platt stated: "God is raising up biblically grounded leaders for the church in east Asia
thru theological education that is now being conducted completely in their
local language.
Leaders are being trained in seminaries in the Americas, Europe, East Asia,
South East Asia, Africa, and the Middle East. One theological seminary has grown
from 50 to 550 students in the last 4 years. This year we are training 100 pastors,
40 church planters, and 40 international missionaries, all of them just having
enrolled in this one seminary."
Seminaries are not biblical. They are extra-biblical and they are replacing
the biblical authority and role of the local church among professing Christians.
They are also taking a lot of money as well. Seminaries are a problem because
they appeal to a wider base in order to bring in more people and funds. From
the top, down, they teach, practice, then export doctrinal triage. This in turn is
taught to the churches. The result is an arrogance of judging what Jesus has
commanded to teach, as of less importance if it's seen as divisive (while at the
same time these men will indeed divide on their self-labeled "secondary" or
even "tertiary" issues), and causes the people to stay immature and ungodly.
Scripture repeatedly states that sound doctrine leads to sound living; that one
is sanctified and grows in maturity precisely because one is taught, believes,
and practices by His Holy Spirit, the sound doctrines in Scripture (I deal with
it multiple times--here's a list). 
1Jn 1:6 If we say that we have fellowship with Him and yet walk in the
darkness, we lie and do not practice the truth;
1Ti 1:3  As I urged you upon my departure for Macedonia, remain on at 
Ephesus so that you may instruct certain men not to teach strange 
doctrines, 4  nor to pay attention to myths and endless genealogies,
which give rise to mere speculation rather than furthering the 
administration of God which is by faith.
1Ti 6:3  If anyone advocates a different doctrine, and does not agree with
sound words, those of our Lord Jesus Christ, and with the doctrine
conforming to godliness, 
I noticed that Platt is evaluating according to the flesh quite literally: ethnicities
and numbers. Neither of which should be a focus, especially numbers. This isn't
biblical, this is more Evangelical Machinery, making people think they're religious
while on the broad road. The spirit of the Pharisees is alive and well.

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