False prophecy files: Financial crash by December 13, 2015

Marko Joensuu         No comments

There is very little accountability in the prophetic movement, and because of that, many Christians no more believe in prophecies.  Personally, I very much believe in prophecy, but I also believe that discernment is necessary, if we want to grow in the prophetic. In False Prophecy Files I list prophecies that have clearly been proven to be false. 

1 Thessalonians 5:20-21 says, "Do not despise prophecies. Test all things; hold fast what is good."

Jonathan Cahn prophesied that by 13th December 2015 the US economy would collapse. 

(Update: Jonathan Cahn or his people finally removed the video where he made this proclamation about crash by 13th December. Unfortunately, I didn't download it...)

This didn't happen. Instead, Reuters reported on Thursday 17th December:

"The Federal Reserve hiked interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade on Wednesday, signaling faith that the U.S. economy had largely overcome the wounds of the 2007-2009 financial crisis.

The U.S. central bank's policy-setting committee raised the range of its benchmark interest rate by a quarter of a percentage point to between 0.25 percent and 0.50 percent, ending a lengthy debate about whether the economy was strong enough to withstand higher borrowing costs.

'With the economy performing well and expected to continue to do so, the committee judges that a modest increase in the federal funds rate is appropriate,' Fed Chair Janet Yellen said in a press conference after the rate decision was announced. 'The economic recovery has clearly come a long way.'"
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Marko Joensuu has worked for over sixteen years in the publishing and media ministries of Kensington Temple. He is an author, publisher and screenwriter.
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