Let Sleeping Wolves Lie?
Pharisees, ‘religious sanitation police,’ religious systems that despise healing, and obsessive compulsives. Is this what J. Lee Grady, editor of Charisma magazine, is labeling Christians who are discerning enough to spot the wolves among the flock and warn others about the latest “revival outbreak” in Florida??
Read his article and see:
Your Hands Have Been Anointed to Heal
By J. Lee Grady
This article was also picked up by The Elijah List’s Daily Headline – Breaking Christians News which says:
REPORTER’S NOTE: Although there will always be some who go to great lengths to dissect what makes a “true” revival, how many healings constitute a true healing outbreak, etc., John 9:24-34 tempers that tendency, serving as a check and balance in the age-old tension of liberty vs. legalism. In that Scripture, in which a man born blind is healed by Jesus, he puts everything into perspective when grilled by the Pharisees with the simple words, “You don’t know where he comes from, yet he opened my eyes…If this man were not from God he could do nothing.” Indeed, when Jesus discovers that the formerly blind man had been interrogated by the faithless Pharisees, He accuses them of being spiritually blind. Lord help us to be, as J. Lee Grady exhorts us, “willing vessels” in this crucial hour, even at the cost of appearing foolish. -Teresa Neumann
Read that here:
As Florida Healings Continue, Charisma Editor Warns Against Wrong Attitudes
by Teresa Neumann : May 4, 2008
Wrong attitudes? Legalism? The Berean sheep are being advised to hush up and not make a negative peep! Let the wolves be, they are told, let them continue on in their deceptive lies. But is this what the Bible instructs us to do? Who should we listen to – our Shepherd’s words, or the words of the blind leading the blind, whose eyes are closed in spiritual drunkenness and sleepy blindness?
Here are some biblical articles to help sheep who have been told to let sleeping wolves lie:
The silencing of the Lambs
How to Bully the Bereans
Warnings Of Deception In The Bible
IS IT RIGHT: To Judge, To Expose Error, & To Call Names?
Beyond the Limits
TO JUDGE OR NOT TO JUDGE: THE RIGHTS AND WRONGS OF BIBLICAL DISCERNMENT
A Departure from SOUND DOCTRINE