God speaks efficaciously to His children. He does not stutter or stammer. He does not leave you hanging. You know it was God speaking to you because of the supernatural imposition of the event itself. In other words, it is not possible for you to adopt the belief that God had not spoken to you when, in fact, He had spoken to you.
Young evangelicals seem to view the practice of challenging orthodoxy through the lens of updating an outdated policy manual at work. The casual approach to such things is telling and reveals a very disturbing trend in many, if not most, evangelical churches. I believe this trend can be traced to the refusal of the Church to test those who claim to be believers and teachers and leaders who are not.
While you might be shopping for a Mac Book or a new iPhone, if you visit the Apple homepage, you're going to be met with a glaring letter from Tim Cook -- the male Karen in charge at Apple, Inc. -- that is nothing more than Black Lives Matter racialist propaganda and virtue-signaling.
Far be it from Steven Furtick to continue to daily add to his list of heresies and recently, he has done just that. In a sermon he recently preached, Furtick declares that God is "energy" and that he is a "molecular structure that fills all in all" -- then proceeds to assert that this is what it means that Jesus was "there from the beginning."
One protest organizer was interviewed recently and openly admitted that he was paid -- directly by George Soros -- to organize protests and that he gets rich off of it. He also gave information on how others can join him in getting paid by Soros to "well, like, start a movement."