Counterfeit money is all over the place. Professional grade copiers have made it easy for criminals to copy and try to pass these bills. However, bankers learn to spot counterfeit bills by handling the real thing. The same is true for jewelry and other items. The more you learn about what it is you’re purchasing, the better able you will keep from getting scammed.
Counterfeit goods are a billion dollar industry.
This isn’t a new notion. There have been counterfeiters since the beginning of time. People who claim to be what they’re not, passing on things they claim to be worth more than they are. John 4:1 tells us to 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.
A lot of people claim to be Christian only to take advantage of others.
In order to know a true believer from a non-believer is to be a true believer yourself. The more you immerse yourself in the word of God, the less likely a shyster is able to take advantage. God’s word will not only help you discern from the false prophets, but it will also teach you to listen to God’s warnings more clearly.
The best way to easily identify a counterfeit currency is to have a full exposure to the original currency. If you don’t know your true vision, any satanic vision can cross your way and you might not know it. Israelmore Ayivor, inspirational author
A lot of companies try to convince us they are Christian based, but when the time comes, they are only out for themselves and not God’s glory. I’m not saying businesses should give things away and not make money, but their true reason for claiming to be a “Christian” organization should be to pass God on to others. Instead, some are in the business of ripping people off in the name of the Lord.
Satan will use any means to deceive us, including using those who claim to be Christian but are only fake prophets. So spend more time with God. It’ll keep you from getting caught up by the evil one’s plan.
Have you ever run into a false prophet; someone or some company that claimed to be Christian but turned out to be a nonbeliever? Share your story with us in the comment section. You might help others learn from your story.
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