Over the years I have very personally seen some bold claims. I have heard and have been bull shitted by the best. This recent psychics claim, was just that, utter nonsense. If you were at A bar and asked the bartender for marriage advice, would you be very comfortable? if so, allow me to pour you that drink.
I will keep them coming and you can send the checks to my bar till.
In claims being made by one alleged psychic ,that being Lorie Johnson. We have seen what many would of thought as her being silly ,not truly meaning what she say’s, but after reading her comments, we discovered someone’s delusional at best.
There is a man in Brazil,who claimed he was Jesus Crist,A self-proclaimed Messiah in Brazil casts his net for disciples on social media.Is what the title and caption so read.But a messiah in the age of social media also invites far more critics, reviews, and anonymous commenters than the original Jesus had to contend with. INRI’s status on Facebook as a “public figure” means he can be reviewed by the masses, much like a restaurant or musician, and collectively, they give him 3.3 out of five stars. People who leave five-star reviews seem to enjoy his message and charisma. But the one-star reviews often accuse him of being the kind of false prophet warned about in the New Testament. As one woman wrote in January this year: “Delete this page and repent!”
Any person who agrees that alleged psychic Lorie Johnson is some Messiah,is either extremely fooled or extremely uneducated.Everyone knows the tricks some psychics use,the tools of the trade.They boast themselves to be saintly,godly,some messenger from god.In actual reality,they are A messenger to your wallet.
Can you immagine,I am the Masiah. Now open your wallet and receive my spiritual gifts?A segment on D.R Phil,A man also claimed to speak with angels and was jesus.
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In Judaism, “messiah” originally meant a divinely appointed king, such as David, Cyrus the Great or Alexander the Great. Later, especially after the failure of the Hasmonean Kingdom (37 BC) and the Jewish–Roman wars (AD 66–135), the figure of the Jewish messiah was one who would deliver the Jews from oppression and usher in an Olam Haba (“world to come”) or Messianic Age. However the term “false messiah” was largely absent from rabbinic literature. The first mention is in the Sefer Zerubbabel, from the mid-seventh century, which uses the term, mashiah sheker, (“false messiah”).
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