that your name must add up to 888 in order to be a prophet. I guess Jesus forgot to tell us that?
Apparently to this guy, Steve Fletcher:
http://2fletchdr222.blogspot.mx/2013/11/what-is-steve-fletchers-gematria-number.html Jesus forgot to tell us about the number 888. John must have forgotten to bring that out in the book of Revelation, as well. The link is NOT one which I endorse in anyway.
Be cautious, very cautious anytime you hear self-induced prophets say this kind of thing: Steve Fletcher — Over the last months I have received many Prophetic Revelations from the Lord Jesus Christ. Many have a hard time understanding all that I have been sharing, and things are happening now so very fast. (meaning: if you don’t grasp his nonsense, it’s because you are not as enlightened as Fletcher and you better get on that bandwagon) But there is one thing that has been central to everything else I have received, and it is based on this Revelation that I was given…
the Keys to the Book of Daniel…
a Book Sealed until the Time of the End.
STEVE FLETCHER = BIBLICAL PROPHET = 888
Is this a coincidence? Could be… we will soon know.
This is the very same guy that PPSimmons (Carl Gallups) was semi-endorsing on his facebook page back in June 2013. I was shocked when I saw that PPSimons was giving this guy an opportunity to speak his nonsense of date setting and that the rapture was going to happen within a few weeks. I, along with some others voiced our concerns only to be treated with a condescending tone, mocked and ridiculed by PPSimmons in a passive/aggressive manner. PPSimmons has since removed Steve Fletcher’s nonsense from his timeline.
In the meantime, Steve has managed to come up with all kinds of scenarios and prophecies. All based on a comet. Remember Heaven’s Gate?
The following is a conversation between Steve Fletcher and a woman (who I do not know) that took place some months ago. She was trying to set him straight. He would not have it.
One of his answers to her:
wait and see. I am human and make mistakes. When I am wrong i ask forgiveness and move on.
Well, the date came and went. He was wrong. One would think he would STOP, but he hasn’t. He has moved on and STILL is finding ways to predict and verify he is a true prophet. Sadly, many people are hanging onto his every word. The danger in this is that if people have their faith based upon a self-proclaimed prophet and his worthless words, they will be greatly disappointed. And what if the likes of a Fletcher tells them all that God said they must drink the Kool-Aid at some point?
Steve, in the old days, you would have been stoned for being a false prophet.