Watchman: Steve Quayle Joined Alex Jones Live via Skype to Discuss the World’s Growing Dangers and Evils. During This Discussion, Quayle Shared His Account of a Vision He Had in Which Jesus Christ Entrusted Him With Joseph’s Ministry–Today There Are Many So-Called Prophets That We Might Spell “Profits” Because They Are Motivated by Money

SRH: In the Bible, watchmen were guards tasked with guarding cities and military outposts against unexpected enemy attacks and other potential threats. Watchmen were frequently posted in watchtowers or on high walls in ancient Israelite cities. It was their responsibility to keep watch and alert the locals to any threats.

The Hebrew word for "watchman" is "one who looks out," "one who spies," or "one who watches." Watchmen occasionally served as scouts who kept an eye out for both friends and enemies on the move.

The Bible frequently makes mention of watchmen who kept an eye out for potential dangers: "Now the watchman was standing on the tower in Jezreel, and he saw the company of Jehu as he came and said, 'I see a company.' Take a horseman and send him to meet them, and let him ask, "Is it peace?"," Joram instructed. (ESV) 2 Kings 9:17.


During the Save Infowars Emergency Broadcast, Steve Quayle joined Alex Jones live via Skype to discuss the verdict of the Connecticut Sandy Hook trial while emphasizing the necessity to turn to Jesus Christ in an increasingly dangerous and evil world.

During this conversation, Quayle explained an experience he had where Jesus Christ appeared to him and said he was giving him a Joseph’s ministry.


The test of genuine prophecy is whether or not what is said is consistent with what is written in the Bible. If God were to speak through someone today, it would agree with everything God has said in the Bible. God cannot be in conflict with Himself. According to 1 John 4:1, "Dear friends, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world." Do not despise prophecies (1 Thessalonians 5:20-21). Verify everything. Remember the positive things. So, we should react the same way whether someone claims to have a "word from the Lord" or to a prophecy. Examine the claims made in light of God's Word. Discard it if it argues against the Bible. Pray for understanding and guidance as you consider how to put this teaching into practice (2 Timothy 3:16-17; James 1:5) if it squares with God's Word.

Finally, examining the two functions of the prophets, it is clear that the office of prophet is no longer required and has ceased within the Church because the foundation was laid long ago and God's revealed Word was completed with the close of the New Testament canon. The foundation of the Church does not need to be laid again, and there is no need for additional revelation beyond what God has provided for us in His entire Word.

When someone claims to be speaking for God, which is the essence of prophecy, always compare what they say to what the Bible says. If God spoke through someone today, it would be consistent with what He has already said in the Bible. God's Word never contradicts itself.

"Dear friends," says John 4:1, "do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world." "Do not disregard prophecies," 1 Thessalonians 5:20-21 says. Everything should be tested. Keep what's good." Whatever the situation, whether it is a word from the Lord or a rumor, our response should be the same. Compare what is said to what God's Word says. Throw it out if what is being said contradicts the Bible. If what is being said is biblical, pray for wisdom and discernment in how to apply the message. Don't be duped.


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