How to recognize if the heavenly messages from God?

How can we determine if such manifestations are from God? How can we try these apparitions to understand if they are truly benevolent? The answer is clear: we must evaluate everything in the light of God's Word:

… But examine everything and hold good (1 Tessalonicesi 5:21)

The Bible is truly God's Word and our only source for filtering out any spiritual claims:

Sanctify them in the truth: your word is truth (Giovanni 17:17)

You, instead, persevere in the things you have learned and of which you have acquired certainty, knowing who you learned them from, and that since childhood you have had knowledge of the Holy Scriptures, which can give you the wisdom that leads to salvation through faith in Christ Jesus. Each Scripture is inspired of God and useful for teaching, to resume, to correct, to educate to justice. (2Timoteo 3:14-16)

So what the Bible says must be taken literally by the Christian who calls himself such, and there can be no external messages to it that say the opposite and contradict its message. There are also hundreds of prophecies about the Messiah in the Old Testament that have found their fulfillment to perfection in the New Testament. Needless to say, as is often heard from skeptics, that the New Testament was adapted to the Old Testament story. In fact, there are several extra-biblical sources (not Christian) which recount the events of the New Testament, including birth, the miracles and resurrection of Jesus Christ. And the pagans certainly had no reason to adapt the story of their time to the Old Testament in which they did not believe.

So how do you try the Spirits and know they are from God?

Those familiar with Holy Scripture know that we must be cautious when dealing with alleged heavenly visitors. The apostle John reminds us:

Dear, don't believe every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God:; because many false prophets have arisen in the world (1 Giovanni 4:1)

And he adds:

No wonder it is, for Satan himself is transformed into an angel of light. It is therefore not exceptional if his servants also disguise themselves as ministers of justice (2 Corinthians 11.14, 15)

Furthermore, the New Testament repeatedly warns of the deception of the name of Christ of the Last Times:

For false Christs and false prophets, and they shall shew great signs and wonders; insomuch, if it were possible, even the elect. (Matteo 24:24)

Now the Spirit expressly says that in latter times some shall depart from the faith, heeding to seductive spirits and to the doctrines of demons (1Timoteo 4:1)

The primary and sure way to prove the messages of spirits is to compare and test them with God's Word..

Go to the page Marian messages to deepen and see the comparison between the messages of Our Lady and what the Scripture says.

Giovanni, finally, warns us:

Know ye the Spirit of God: every spirit, who publicly acknowledges that Jesus Christ came in the flesh, It is from God; and any spirit that does not publicly acknowledge Jesus, It is not of God, but it is the spirit of the antichrist. You have heard that it must come; and now it is already in the world.
(1Giovanni 4:2-3)

And this the apparition of Our Lady never did, he never confessed the blood of Christ, never claimed that Christ is God made flesh, May! He mixed the name of Jesus Christ with phrases like “My sons, my son is very saddened by what is happening here in the world ...” or “Only I can lead you to my son [and give you salvation or grace]…” (which is completely unbiblical in that Jesus is the only mediator between God and men: see (1Timoteo 2:5) etc ... to deceive us and make us believe that it comes in the name of Jesus. But he never confessed Jesus Christ became flesh, as the Bible says, therefore it is the spirit of the antichrist. Well yes, the apparitions are the spirit of the antichrist.

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  1. zuvie dice

    1 You will be concerned with putting into practice all that I command you; you will add nothing and take nothing away from it.
    2 Whenever a prophet or a dreamer arises in your midst and offers you a sign or a prodigy 3 and the sign and the miracle announced happen and he tells you: We follow foreign gods, that you have never known, and we worship them, 4 you will not have to listen to the words of that prophet or that dreamer; because the Lord your God tests you to know if you love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul. 5 You will follow the Lord your God, you will fear him, you will observe his commands, you will obey his voice, you will serve him and remain faithful to him. 6 As for that prophet or that dreamer, he will have to be put to death, because he proposed apostasy from the Lord, from your God, who brought you out of the land of Egypt and redeemed you from servile condition, to drag you out of the way the Lord your God has commanded you to walk. Thus you will eradicate the evil from you. (deut 13)

  2. Milla dice

    ok! prophecies must be biblical

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