Since many of you here, seems to be confused by near death experiences and self claimed prophets, there was a german mystic called Jakob Lorber . . . in my eyes is revelation was occult, so all prophets in these time are too in my opinion.
Probably for another thread, but . . .
why do you find such experiences, specially the prophetic to be wrong? When it was complained that there were men in the camp that were prophecying, Moses said, "Would to God that all His people were prophets." "Now I want you all to be
speaking in languages, yet rather that you may be prophesying
, for greater is he who is prophesying than he who is speaking in languages, outside and except he may be interpreting, that the ecclesia may be getting edification." (1 Cor 14:5, CLV)
Also, from 1 Corinthians 14 (CLV) . . .
23 If then, the whole ecclesia should be coming together in the same place . . .
24 Now if all should be prophesying
, yet some unbeliever or plain person be entering, he is being exposed by all, he is being examined by all.
25 The hidden things of his heart are becoming apparent, and thus, falling on his face, he will be worshiping God, reporting that God really is among you.
31 for you can all be prophesying
one by one, that all may be learning and all be consoled.
1 Corinthians 3:21-23 (CLV) . . .
21 So that, let no one be boasting in men, for all is yours
22 whether Paul, or Apollos, or Cephas, or the world, or life, or death, or the present, or that which is impending -- all is yours,
23 yet you are Christ's, yet Christ is God's.
your brother, James Rohde