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Exposing the False Prophets of the Mid-Terms #2: Dutch Sheets

by | Nov 15, 2022

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Earlier today, we brought to you the first in our series of Exposing the False Prophets of the Mid-Terms, Hank Kunneman (ad-free version), who falsely prophesied that God would use the mid-term elections to restore America. Kunneman, like all of these false prophets, believes that America is God’s covenant nation in the same way that Israel was in the Old Testament. These clowns love to quote Old Testament passages that show how God dealt with Israel and apply that to America today. But what they don’t realize is that America is not God’s covenant people and God is under no obligation to restore America, bless America, and return America back to any Constitutional foundation.

Next in our series is a man by the name of Dutch Sheets. In case you’re wondering, that isn’t a specialty linen that you would purchase at your local home goods store, that’s his real name. Sheets, the founder of Dutch Sheets Ministries, is a regular Scripture twister that you can find on false prophetic outlets like Elijah List and is associated with the New Apostolic Reformation and its founder, C. Peter Wagner.

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Sheets followed Kunneman in the same panel discussion at Flashpoint and gave a similar message, invoking the name of God, promising that “the wind is about to blow” prior to the mid-term elections.

You can heal a man in a moment, but when you start reconstituting a nation, when you start re-writing laws, when you start changing education, when you start changing the media, when you start taking back things that you gave away for ten, twenty, thirty, forty years, that can’t happen in the moment because you’re dealing with the will of people, you’re dealing with the minds of men, you’re dealing with laws, you’re dealing with judges, you’re dealing with Congress, and so God says ‘I’m bringing all this together now, I’m bringing all of these three things together. The right time, and the blowing of the breath again, the reconstituting of a nation again.” And I want to say to you, America is going to be reconstituted back to the purposes of God. The wind is about to blow.

Once again, the Scripture twisting is brazen and shameless and this guy, like Kunneman, speaks presumptuously ascribing words to God that He did not say.

when a prophet speaks in the name of the Lord, if the word does not come to pass or come true, that is a word that the Lord has not spoken; the prophet has spoken it presumptuously. You need not be afraid of him. —Deuteronomy 18:22

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