Prophets don’t usually need help from their audience, that is unless you’re Shawn Bolz. He began a recent “prophecy” by saying. . .
“Let’s try this out.”
“Sometimes my words land really strongly.”
“It’s like a game show, I need your help.”
When your prophet prefaces his prophecy with words that make it sound like a science experiment, and he calls on you for help, and is basically using you as a lifeline, chances are, your prophet is not a real prophet.
This prophecy is like a hamburger you’d get at a cheap fast food joint. It clearly has some filler, and is not the pure word of God. He mixes it with his own sense of uncertainty, audience participation, and random guessing. This is what a fortune teller does. He’s serving up prophetic mystery meat.
God’s real prophets did not need lifelines. They didn’t act like it was a science experiment. God gave them the direct word and they spoke it.
We don’t need a diet of prophetic mystery meat when God’s word to us is already in the Bible.
For those who think it's mean, judgmental and un-loving to criticize Shawn Bolz (or any other so-called prophet) here's something just for you: Shocking Stuff You're Not Supposed to Know.
Shawn Bolz is part of the New Apostolic Reformation
If you're having a knee-jerk reaction to try and defend Rosalind, check out: Confirmation Bias: Why You Are Protecting Your False Beliefs.
Finally, here's an article that will help you be more discerning and a lot less gullible: Defusing Demonic Dirty Bombs.