Jesus Christ: The Characteristics Of False Prophets

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Jesus Christ describes false prophets and asks believers to avoid the harmful effect of these false prophets. He indicates that false prophets wear the clothes of sheep, but are as ferocious as wolves. False prophets will not help you to find the right way. They claim to bring the true message of salvation from God, but their claim is false. They have the appearance of godliness innocent, and fair professions of love , but they have the heart of evil. People do not judge of a tree by its leaves, or flowers. The flowers may be beautiful and fragrant, but these are merely ornamental. It is the fruit that forms the man’s opinion of the nature and value of the tree. For the believers to recognize these harmful imposters, they should judge them by the consequences of their doctrine, teaching, and action. Every good…show more content…
It can be interpreted as (I warn you of false prophets which come to you in sheep 's clothing, since they are inwardly ravening wolves). Jesus Christ describes the characteristics of false prophets and shows the bad effects of these false prophets. He indicates that it will not be in the interest of people to follow them since they will not help people to find the right way. He believes that it is not obvious to people that the event will occur, that is why he focuses on it. He wishes that people do the required action to avoid the event. He believes that people can avoid be misleading by these false prophets by judging their doctrine teaching and action, and this will be in their benefit, so they can follow the true prophet. Jesus Christ intends to make people recognize false prophets and the bad consequences they will face if they follow them, and his warning is derived from his knowledge as a messenger of

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