Recently I have posted a few warnings about “False Prophets” on Facebook, this is because there are those out there that are being used by Satan to seduce the world and distract us from the Message of the Cross, and Christ’s finished work there.

Why have I bothered some might ask? Simply because it is my job as Christian, as Christian leader, to take my place on the wall as a watchman standing guard and keeping watch so that I may raise the alarm to warn the church when the enemy is attacking.

Ezekiel 33:6 King James Version, tells us what happens if we fail to give a warning when we see the enemy approach. “But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and the people be not warned; if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at the watchman's hand.”

So because of Ezekiel 33:1 – 6, I have my duties of a “Watchman” laid out clearly, and as you can see in verse 6, I also have a clear warning as to what happens if I fail to warn when the church is under attack.

I have recently posted on Facebook a using Revelations 22:18-21, showing warnings to these false prophets who try to add to or take away from “this Book”, I am therefore honour bound to speak out when the “Spirt of Truth” places an urgency within me to raise the alarm.

You see the Lord has started a work in Tanzania, and the devil is mad, the Bishops and Pastors of the Tabernacle Gospel, Assemblies of God have been sent a message that they are to “Preach the Truth” and become like a Missionary Church, not only to Dar es Salaam, not just to Tanzania as a nation. They are to go on a mission to Tanzania, Uganda, Kenya and the Congo. They are to preach the True Message of the Cross.

Satan on the other hand wants them to leave things as they were and to this end he has sent a false prophet, a man who does not use a Bible when preaching or teaching, but uses only books that he himself has written. When the Bishops of T.G.A.G. asked why he never uses a Bible, he claimed that the Lord had spoken to him and gave him the contents of this book he now uses, because “The Bible was written so long ago, God wants to make changes.” This is not a message that has come via the Holy Spirit, this is a spirit sent to manipulate the false prophet and in turn to manipulate and distort the True Message that God has for the Continent of Africa.

This false prophet operates under the title of “Unknown Prophet”, which I believe is an accurate description, because I believe that as a far as him being a prophet is concerned, he is certainly “unknown” to God.

He travels the globe claiming to be teaching “Christ’s corrections to Church Leaders.”

My friends I have preached many a time now on the Seven Churches that are mentioned in Revelations chapters 2 & 3. I have preached on the warnings that are found in Revelation chapter 22:18-21.

There are no God given changes to the Bible, only false doctrines. The Mormon Church came about because Joseph Smith supposedly found golden plates that were a revelation from God, to bring about the book of Mormon, which they use in parallel with Bible and perhaps more often than they use the Bible.

The world has already seen the damage that Rick Warren’s “Purpose Driven Life”, and “Purpose Driven Church” books have damaged the church as a whole.

The world has more than its fair share of preachers preaching a “different gospel”.

Those of you who will understand this warning will already know of some of the preachers to whom I am referring above.

Please I urge you, share this message and protect HIS Sheep!



Bill Mackie
God's Town Crier



The Duties of a Watchman

Ezekiel 33:1-9 King James Version is a great example of the duties of a Watchman in the Bible.

A great deal of this chapter [Ezekiel 33] will deal with the ministry of the “watchman” to which Ezekiel is appointed by the Lord. In 24:15-27, the prophet had been committed to silence, at least regarding Israel, but is now, permitted to resume his ministry to the exiles. The responsibility of the “watchman” is to correctly “see” and “warn”. He was to “warn” by “blowing the trumpet.” The modern preacher is to do the same thing by correctly preaching the True Gospel [1 Corinthians 1:17].

If one is to notice there is a demand by the Holy Spirit that the people be allowed to “hear” that which is Truth. What they do with it is then “upon their head.”

The opportunity to accept or reject is demanded by the Holy Spirit. Therefore, it is incumbent upon the True Preacher of the Gospel to blow a certain and sure sound. The responsibility is then with the hearer. If he “takes not warning,” the loss of his souls will be his own responsibility.

Two types of warnings are given in the passage Ezekiel 33:6: the “warning” that should be given to the people by faithful watchmen; and the “warning” that should be given by the Holy Spirit to the unfaithful watchmen. The commission of Ezekiel is once again enjoined. He is called “O son of man,” which is the same designation that will be given to “The Son of Man,” the Lord Jesus Christ in Matthew 13:37 and in Luke 9:44, 56.

This section chapter 33 of Ezekiel is similar in many ways to a great degree to chapter 3. The repetition, due to the extreme seriousness of the matter, is by design.

The True Preacher is not responsible for the response of the individual to the message, but the True Preacher most definitely is responsible that the right message be delivered.





What the Bible says about False Prophets


The best scripture about False Prophets can be found in 1 John 4:1-6.

Where we are told to Test the Spirits. There are actually 278 warnings throughout the Bible about false prophets and false teachers.

Behind every doctrine there is a “spirit”; if it is a true Doctrine, then it will be the Holy Spirit, if it is a false doctrine, then it is an evil spirit. The criteria is, “is it Scriptural?” This warning is given because there have been many false prophets who have gone out into this world, and there are still false prophets active today. (Hence this teaching aid.)

As Believers, we are to know what the Spirit of God sanctions: The incarnation of Christ speaks of the Cross of Christ, the very reason for which HE came; this means the Spirit of God will place his sanction on the Cross and the Cross alone; anything is quite simply not of God.

Christ came in the flesh to go to the Cross; this refutes the error of Gnosticism, which claims the flesh of Christ was evil, as much as all matter they claim is evil; also, anyone who denigrates or even minimises the Cross of Christ in anyway is definitely not of God, it is the spirit of the Antichrist. Any spirit that denies the Cross is the spirit of the Antichrist.

The Doctrine of the Cross is essential to the Christian believe. He who does not hold it cannot be regarded either as a Christian or a Christian Teacher.

Some of the Christians back in John’s day were tempted to believe the doctrine that denigrated the Cross, but they had been able to overcome that temptation because of the Holy Spirit. (“Because greater is HE who is in you, than he who is in the world”) [1 John 4:4]. In other words the Holy Spirit is far greater than Satan.

In verse 5 we read “They that are in the world: therefore speak they of the world, and the world hears them.”

This verse refers back to the false teachers that we read about in verse 3. It refers also to the fact that the source of their false doctrines comes from the world. This is because the false teachers are saying what the world wants to hear. “Ear tickling.”

Looking at verse 6 now. “We are of God: he who knows God hears us; he who is not of God hears not us. Hereby know we the Spirit of Truth, and the spirit of error.”


“We are of God” this means that those who accept Christ and the Cross. Man’s attitude towards the Message of the Incarnate Saviour, ranks him on God’s side or the world’s. The “Spirit of the Truth” is the Holy Spirit, who leads us into ALL Truth, which refers to “Jesus Christ and HIM Crucified.” [1 Corinthians 1:23; 2:2]

The “spirit of error” refers to any doctrine that denigrates or ignores the Cross, which is fostered by Satan, who employs seducing spirits [1 Timothy 4:1].