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Can experiences of faith be trusted? Many in the NAC justify their fath because of miraculous events in their lives, but what do the Scriptures say about them?
The following two videos shed Scriptural light on the question, "do miracles affirm your faith? What do miracles really mean?" "What do experiences of faith mean?" Why would NAC apostles tell NAC members to pray for experiences of faith? The Scriptures address these questions in detail.
This teaching is relevant no only for members of the NAC but also for all who validate their beliefs because of miraculous occurrences.
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Part 1 (approximately 20 minutes)
Part 2 (approximately 20 minutes)
What do the scriptures say about Miracles?
Reference the following
Predicting the future accurately is not even sign that somebody is a true prophet; however we see that innacurately predicting the future in the name of Yah is a clear indicator that somebody is not a true prophet. It is a gift that Yah reveals who does in fact not speak for him. Reference what Ezekiel (14:9 starting at verse 7) says about when prophets are deceived.
2 Thess 2:9
Yahshua does not like people who cling to miracles
Mar 13:22 “For false messiahs and false prophets shall rise and show signs and wonders to lead astray, if possible, even the chosen ones."
Yirmeyah 44:18 – false experiences of faith as the result of pagan religious practices.
Conclusion Miracles cannot be trusted to validate one’s faith.