Mario Murillo is at it again, and God's people should be aware of the latest efforts by Mario to attach the Lord's name to his own sensational pronouncements.
I believe God had me speak out because America was on the brink of an unalterable disaster. On November 8th, we will either be rescued by Trump or driven into the ground by Hillary.
Thus saith Mario via blog post on September 15, 2016.
I have a wait and see attitude about certain prophecies regarding Donald Trump, including some that see him as a modern day Cyrus (Persian king who allowed Jews to return to Jerusalem and rebuild Solomon's Temple) or Jehu (Israelite king who destroyed Jezebel and hundreds of Baal worshippers).
I know that many godly Christians believe Donald Trump will be used by God to stem the advance of evil in our country.
I have no quarrel with most of them, whether I agree or not.
But Mario Murillo has earned our mistrust, and when he speaks of our country being "rescued by Trump" he doesn't rate the benefit of the doubt.
Some trust in chariots, and some in horses: but we will remember the name of the LORD our God.(Psalm 20:7)
Remember, this is the same Mario Murillo who came on his high horse to Branson claiming to be the fulfillment of the (thoroughly debunked) Branson - Corrie ten Boom legend. On October 16th, 2015, Mario proclaimed that the so called "Branson Outbreak" that he spearheaded would be known worldwide within two weeks.
Did that happen?
For those who guide this people are leading them astray; And those who are guided by them are brought to confusion. (Isaiah 9:16)
Jesus is our Savior, not Donald Trump.
Furthermore, God doesn't need the United States to fulfill His plan.
God's people need to be full of God to fulfill their callings.
Warning about false prophets is not popular in Charismania today. One reason for this is that false prophets bring in a lot of money. Another is that bible teaching is not valued unless it is "prophetic" - this results in liberty for prophetic utterance, but no provision to judge such utterance.
Branson has more than its share of false prophets.
How do we identify a false prophet?
Well, start with prayerful reading of Deuteronomy 13 and 18.
In Branson, here's a sure sign of a false prophet: if the prophet has promoted the Corrie ten Boom legend, and hasn't repented, you have a false prophet. The reason is that Corrie ten Boom did not prophesy about any worldwide revival beginning in Branson, and the legend that she did is simply Charismatic-Evangelical folklore.
Balaam was a prophet. He was gifted to operate in the spirit realm, both with Yahweh, the Creator, and with evil spirits. There are many such "prophets" loose today, including here in the Branson area.