Warning! A Flood of False Two Witnesses

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Warning! A Flood of False Two Witnesses

Hello Everybody! This is Monica Dennington. Today I want to bring you an end-times warning that we’re able to give to you because of the perspective we have, receiving many messages from all different denominations [in] the Body of Christ, as well as being in tune with what’s going on on the internet.

We’re able to see from our vantage point many of the things going on in the Body of Christ that you, from your standpoint, may not see.

There’s a trend that’s going on now. That’s the fact that there has been a flood of people who are claiming to be the two witnesses of Revelation.

Now the problem with this is the fact is that if there are two witnesses that God has appointed, then every other witness that is coming claiming the authority of God based upon this particular position, is coming to you falsely.

When there’s a flood of people like this, it will be very difficult for you to discern who’s who.

I just want to share with you a few of these websites, these communications we receive.

First of all, there are lots of [YouTube] channels out there.  If you were to go and Google “two witnesses”, you would get all types of YouTube channels [with] “two witnesses” in their user names, of people who are claiming to be the two witnesses.

Obviously, they can’t all be the two witnesses. Obviously, they are all claiming that they are the people.

Here’s one example of a channel that has a video that says, “The two witnesses are here! If you reject them you reject salvation!” So these guys are not only claiming to be the two witnesses, but they are saying, “Hey, if you reject us as the two witnesses— if you don’t believe us— then you’re rejecting salvation.” Okay. So now Jesus is not the only way, you also have to recognize who these two people on YouTube are— according to them— in order to be saved.

Here’s another example. (Please understand that these are just a couple that we’ve picked out off of a huge pile on YouTube.)  She says, “The Lord has commanded me to reveal my true identity, who I have been ordained to be, and my kingdom purpose and destiny. This shall spark much persecution, controversy, ridicule, and rejection.” And then it goes on to say, “I seek not to glory, or to exalt myself. I care not for the approval of man but to please the Lord.” And it also says, “Please seek the Lord for truth, confirmation, and answers to that which I make known to all this day.”— which is the fact that this young lady says that she’s one of the two witnesses.

Then she says, “Test the Spirit. The Lord will reveal.”

You’re going to hear many of the same things as we go through these examples, so I’m just going to give you a few.

This is an email that was sent to me, I believe through YouTube, from a Mathew Lopez.  It says, “Hello sister. Thank you for all you do. I am just writing because I was concerned about one of your videos regarding the two witnesses. I just wanted to let you know that I have had to confess that I am one of the two witnesses too with the spirit of Elijah and the soul of John the Baptist.  Actually to me it is kind of embarrassing to have to announce that on the internet because I don’t want people to write me off as delusional. Yet, I have to say it because people— as in born again Christians— need to understand that I am here. This is not an issue of arrogance.  In my heart of hearts I am here for the born again believers which I had to announce— not for the sake of bringing glory to myself. Never! Please respond to me and let me know how you feel.  Thank you.” Okay. That’s from Mathew Lopez.

Now I’m going to go on to a comment that was left on one of our videos by Warren G. Triplett Jr., where he says, “I am one of the two witnesses,” and then he goes on to say, “Pray and test the Spirit.”

Okay. So here is another person saying, “Yeah I’m the guy, test the Spirit.”

That’s exactly what we are going to do today.

Here’s another one [from] “3SPM” on YouTube. It’s a comment on one of our videos.  It says, “The two witnesses did come from Texas.  They were the Heaven’s Gate cult leaders. They are not physically killed, though that was option.  They were struck down on national news comments in 1975.”

Here’s another communication from someone who wrote a letter to me on YouTube. It says, “I really want to help you before the Lord takes me home because you are truly alone and you know it. For as the Word says…” —and this is referring to the two witnesses—”…there are only two whom the Lord calls to this task, and I am one. I’ve tried to leave you comments on various videos, but I don’t seem to have any success. I’ve written to you but received no response.” Now understand that Gary filters all these comments and these communications. We receive letters every single week from people who are claiming to be the two witnesses, but of course we have a huge pile of people who are claiming that. The vast majority of the time we are not able to respond to those things.

(Interestingly enough, a lot of the people that write in are looking for a response, or an affirmation, that they are indeed going to be acknowledged as the two witnesses— which of course we don’t give to them.)

And then the last comment is actually from a viewer who is [asking for] our opinion on one of these channels of people who are claiming to be the two witnesses. This is from Linkwonder on YouTube, and thank you for your comment and your question.

It says,

“I was wondering if you have ever seen a video by (a particular young lady). In that video she says that she has been called as one of the two witnesses. I wondered if you’d ever seen it and what your opinion is. How could we be sure that she is actually called other than seeking the Lord? Thanks for your feedback. God Bless.”

Well now this is a good question! And this is the question that I’m here to answer for you today, and the warning that I’m coming to give you.

The only way that you can know that you are not following one of the thousands of false two witnesses out there is not to look for the two witnesses.

Because the only way that you can be sure that you know anything, especially in these end-times when deception is going to be running rampant, is to keep yourself rooted and grounded in the only standard that doesn’t change— the written word of God.

Yes, there are going to be two witnesses.

It does not tell us who those two witnesses are going to be.

What Jesus does tell us, in no uncertain terms, is what we are seeing here. There’s going to be a flood of false prophets, people who are claiming to be the Christ— which, there are a lot of people out there doing that now,—and people who are coming in His name. Let’s read it.

“As Jesus was sitting on the Mount of Olives, the disciples came to him privately. ‘Tell us,’ they said, ‘when will this happen, and what will be the sign of your coming and of the end of the age?’ Jesus answered: ‘Watch out that no one deceives you. For many will come in my name, claiming, “I am the Messiah,” and will deceive many…

At that time if anyone says to you, ‘Look, here is the Messiah!’ or, ‘There he is!’ do not believe it. For false messiahs and false prophets will appear and perform great signs and wonders to deceive, if possible, even the elect. See, I have told you ahead of time.

“So if anyone tells you, ‘There he is, out in the wilderness,’ do not go out; or, ‘Here he is, in the inner rooms,’ do not believe it. For as lightning that comes from the east is visible even in the west, so will be the coming of the Son of Man.’”

(Matthew 24:3b-5, 23-27 NIV)

Okay, so Jesus is telling you here, I am warning you. I am telling you beforehand. This is my instruction to you. There’s going to be a flood of false prophets and they are going to be coming in my name. And this is what I want you to do:

Do not go out to see them.

Now Body of Christ, listen up. Jesus cannot protect you in these end-times if you’re not going to listen to his commands. His command will keep you safe. His command brings you life. But if you ignore it then you are going to be swept away in this flood of deception.

Now if Jesus is telling you not to go out after these prophets, then is he really going to be angry at you if you’re not able to tell which of these thousands of supposed two witnesses are actually the real deal?

No! He wants you to follow his instructions. And indeed this is what it says in 2 John:

“Anyone who runs ahead and does not continue in the teaching of Christ does not have God. Whoever continues in this teaching has both the Father and the Son. If anyone comes to you and does not bring this teaching….”— meaning the teaching from Jesus— “…do not take him into your house or welcome him. Anyone who welcomes him shares in his wicked work.”

(2 John 1:9-11 NIV)

This is your instruction.

You stick with the instruction Jesus gave you for the end-times.

Don’t go looking for prophets.

Look for Jesus. Look for God’s Word. Yes, He’ll send you servants— but they’re just going to point you to the Bible.

As Paul said, it’s this message that I’m entrusting you with. It’s not the people.

And this passage says if anyone comes to you with another instruction, telling you to disregard those instructions that Jesus gave you, then you are not to welcome him.

It doesn’t mean that you have to go out and fight those people. You don’t have to make bad videos against them. You don’t have to write blog post against each person that’s saying they are the two witnesses.

You don’t have to do this stuff. Understand that if you keep your mouth from slander, period— let that be your policy— then when the two witnesses show up, you’re not going to put yourself in danger of coming against them unintentionally [just] because you don’t recognize them.

Those people, they may be sons of Satan…or they may be your brothers and sisters who have just been lead astray for a short period in their lives. It may just be a period of immaturity for them. However, if you point people in their direction by talking about them, promoting them, or even saying on your channel, “Hey do you think these could be the two witnesses?”—you don’t have to do that. Don’t point to flesh, point to Jesus Christ and his Word, and the Holy Spirit is going to lead us into all truth.

In Revelation, when it tells you about the two witnesses, nowhere in there does it [say] that you are supposed to be able to identify them.

The two witnesses have a job to do in the end-times, and they don’t need you to know who they are in order to do that job.

You’ll notice that a lot of the people that wrote [said], “Get back to me and tell me what you think. It’s really important that you understand [that we’re the two witnesses. I want to hear back from you.”

Listen, when God sends you with authority to do a job, it doesn’t matter if no one else in the world acknowledges that authority. You have it! And you can ask Jesus Christ, because he came and he was not acknowledged by the powers that be— and yet they could not stop him from beating down the gates of hell, taking the keys of death and going [to heaven] and sitting on his throne victoriously, establishing his kingdom, and establishing his church. They couldn’t stop any of it.

Brother and sisters, it’s a dead giveaway whenever someone is coming to you and trying to convince you and reveal to you what their position is in the kingdom.

Especially when it happens to be the highest position that they can find on the totem pole prophesied in the Scriptures in the end-times.

Whenever they are trying to convince you that they have that high position, they can say it’s not for their glory… but words and actions, you guys. If you’re taking the highest seat, Jesus says, “Whoever exalts himself will be humbled.”

If someone takes the lowest position, then God himself will exalt him.

We covered this and a lot more in the video, “The Identity of the Two Witnesses.” I am coming here to you today with a strong warning and a wake up call and a perspective of what’s going on out there to help you understand that now is not the time to be lured away by some person that may be charismatic, or someone you like on YouTube [who’s] exalting themselves and telling you that they have a high position in the kingdom of God in order to establish their authority. Now is not the time for that!

Jesus’s told you there’s going to be all of these false prophets, and that the only appropriate thing to do when these people come is to not go out.

Whenever these people say, “Hey I’m one of the two witnesses, just test the Spirit,” what they mean is “See how you feel about it. If you get the right kind of goose bumps then you’ll know that I’m one of the two witnesses… and if you don’t, I guess you’ll just go to hell because you’re not going to recognize me.”

This is not the way that Jesus has told you to discern the spirits.

“Dear friends, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to determine if they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world.”

1 John 4:1 (NET)

He did say, “Do not believe every spirit that says they are from God, but test the spirits.”

And the only way you can test something is by a standard.

So keep this in your mind. Any person that you see on YouTube, on TV, or anywhere else… It doesn’t matter if they are doing miracles. It doesn’t matter what they are saying. It doesn’t matter who they are.

What you are looking at is a human being who is fallible. They are able to be wrong about [things].

Even Jesus only pointed to the Scriptures when he was walking in fallen flesh. So any other person that you’re looking at is no better than that. They are just a simple human being. They are capable of being wrong.

The only way that they can always be right is to go to the Scriptures— and the Scriptures do not contain the name or the identifying information of the two witnesses.

So anyone who’s telling you that they have that information is not getting it from the Word of God. They are getting it from a dream or vision. They’re getting it from their own imagination. They’re getting it from some voice in their head or something that they want to believe.

And the ones who are the two witnesses, when they come, they will only be speaking the words that are in the Bible. Because they are going to know that what you need to follow is not their voice, not their position, but indeed the voice of the Shepherd, and the words that are written in the Bible.

So be careful in the end-times, ladies and gentlemen. You are not going to be able to pick those two needles out of this haystack of thousands and thousands of supposed two witnesses. And God doesn’t expect you to be able to do that either. Look to Christ instead. He is your savior and he is going to lead you to safety in these end-times.

Brothers and Sisters, read your bible and do what it says. 



This video is edited from a Prophecy & Spiritual Warfare broadcast from Phoenix, AZ on August 8, 2013.




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