Julie Meyer (IHOP)
Anyhow, it seems that times are tough out on the old prophetic circuit, so Lopez is trying a new (old) marketing method. link
NEED PROPHETIC CONSULTING?Get your credit card ready, because
Do you need some spiritual advice from a prophetic minister?
Do you feel like there are some missing pieces of the puzzle in your life?
If that's you, let one of our staff members set up a time for you to have a PERSONAL session with Dr.Jeremy Lopez. We will contact you by phone and set up time between the two of you for a 30 minute session. Dr. Jeremy Lopez will pray with you and give you the word of the Lord and also sound counsel from the Lord.
A donation of $200.00 is requested for prophetic consulting for a 30 minute session. Please click on the PayPal button below. Then EMAIL US your phone number and we can give you a call to set up a good time for your prophetic consulting session with Dr Jeremy Lopez.Webster's 1828 has an interesting commentary on this practice:
SIM'ONY, n. [from Simon Magus, who wished to purchase the power of
conferring the Holy Spirit. Act 8.] The crime of buying or selling
ecclesiastical preferment; or the corrupt presentation of any one to an
ecclesiastical benefice of money or reward. By Stat. 31 Elizabeth, c. 6. severe
penalties are enacted against this crime.
If red flags are not yet waving, here's a few quotes from Lopez's website:
"He believes this is the hour for the sons of God to arise. This ministry desires to see every believer awake to their destiny. Dr. Jeremy believes it is time to move in God consciousness and walk in His divine nature."and this from his bio video
"his desire, through prophetic wisdom is that we awaken to the fullness of our divine consciousness."Manifested Sons of God or New Age, either way this is strange fire.
So what do you think? Is selling prophecies an acceptable practice? Why or why not? Please cite chapter and verse and let us reason together.