I’m going to take a leap of faith here, and despite what Taylor warns of, I’m going to write this article anyways and post it on social media.
Mark Taylor is a false prophet who is regularly quoted and published on Charisma News. You can ordinarily watch Mark Taylor blather on with his notoriously wrong prophecies on the television program belonging to the disgraced televangelist, rapist, tax-evader, and felon, Jim Bakker. Taylor is one of the many charismatic prophets, like revivalist and “Holy Ghost Bartender,” Rodney Howard Browne, who have made pro-Trump spiritual prophecies into a cottage industry.
Taylor calls himself the “firefighter prophet” (he was formerly a firefighter), and a few months ago, he made the headlines for claiming that Satan uses chemtrails to block people from experiencing God’s supernatural power. In a recent YouTube video, Taylor tried to provide some deflection from his failed prophecy attempts and then gave some imprecatory words towards those who hold his prophecies to be fallacious.
Now, Taylor claims that those who mock him are placing their lives in their own hands. Speaking highly presumptuously of himself, quoting 1 Chronicles 16:22 (completely out of context), he says those who get on social media and type negative things about him are dangerously messing with “God’s anointed” and “prophets.”
I want to put this warning out because God says specifically in his word, “do not touch my anointed, but especially my prophets.” Now here’s what I want to warn people about. Well, they get on here on Facebook or on social media and they start tapping away. What they don’t understand … is that God’s going to hold them accountable.
If you were to die today, where would you go? Heaven? Hell? Not sure?