To avoid false (wrong) doctrine & teachers, what questions should you ask yourself when you hear someone who claims to be preaching God's word?

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"In Matthew 7:15, Jesus warns us that false prophets will come as wolves in sheep's clothing and wolves run in packs when they attack. For 7 years I was in a wolf's lair, called a church, under a man who called himself a man of God, until the Lord opened my eyes fully, at the time when my season there ended. I was able to be close enough to that false prophet in order to see his personal life, seeing things others would never see, because they happened outside of the pulpit in the public's eye. Years later, after I had been healed of my bitterness, the Lord showed me why I had to go through that season, much like David with Saul.

I wrote this book out of a passion to see Believers freed from their bondage to false prophets, by giving them a bird's eye view into things you would never see or hear about on television. When I left that place, my life and safety were threatened, I felt I had lost my "spiritual family", which was a big part of my life, and I had to learn how to trust spiritual leaders in the body of Christ again.

If you are or have ever been in a situation like this, then this book is for you. It is full of fresh revelation that was revealed to me by the Holy Spirit, while I was in the process of writing this book. I promise you, if you read it, it will change your life forever." Norman T. Brown, Jr.
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The preached word should never contradict God's written word, which means...

1. “Doctrine” must be supported by 2 or more scriptures to be called doctrine. Otherwise, what was taught is only opinion, or it was false.

2. The preached word can only be a revelation (revealed knowledge) of what is already written.

With this book you will learn how to discern between both true and false doctrine as well as the ministers of either. 

"Did you know? When false prophets speak, they release unclean spirits out of their mouths, which have characteristics of frogs, from a spiritual perspective." Revelation 16:13
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"Did you know? False prophets in the Bible outnumbered the real prophets of God" 1 Kings 18:19
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"Did you know? False prophets may say the same exact words by a lying spirit in their mouths."
1 Kings 22:22-23
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"Did you know? False prophets do not walk in love." 1 Corinthians 13:2, Matthew 7:17
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