"There are two major temptations we must avoid in order to keep our faith intact, to keep it from becoming like the way of the world. One of those temptations is to love the world and its ways. Another is to listen to and follow false teachers or prophets. John the beloved disciple writes three additional letters titled First, Second, and Third John. John also wrote
the Gospel record of John and the book of Revelation. In 1 John 4, the apostle continues to warn against false teachers and their deceptions. John begins by saying, ""Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits, whether they are of God; because many false prophets have gone out into the world"" (1 JOHN 4:1). It is interesting that he calls these
teachers or preachers a spirit. John is very aware that a false prophet is being directed by their own spirit, which is influenced by evil spirits and not the Spirit of God’s Truth. We should pay attention to that! This world is full of evil spirits who attempt to communicate false doctrines and bad deeds to turn people away from the Truth of God.
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