I know many of you reading this right now are very upset that something like this could be said about someone you really esteem. That’s understandable. Please take a few minutes regardless, and read, and think.
Shamp wants to prevent you from thinking about this. He wants to simply label this as from witches, warlocks, religious spirits, etc. Those are thought stopping techniques, meant to stop you from doing the biblical work of thinking, testing, and discerning.
Just take 10 minutes, or less, and read this entry. I know you may like, love, and know Shamp. That shouldn’t prevent you from slowing down and reading facts and discerning for yourself.
Are you open to at least looking at facts even though you may like\love\know Charlie Shamp?
If you’re not open to at least taking 10 minutes and hearing me out, and looking at the facts, then you’re potentially open to false prophets.
Click the links on this post. It’s really easy to read. I can prove very easily that Charlie Shamp has spoken things God clearly has not told him to speak.
1. Charlie Shamp said God told him the Maine fishing industry would break records in 2017. This did not happen. It was a false prophecy. Click this link to read.
2. Charlie Shamp said God told him Hurricane Michael would be silenced. It was not silenced. Shamp spoke things God did not tell him to speak. Click this link to read about it.
Charlie Shamp has made the grave sin of speaking things in the name of God, that God did not tell him to speak. Jesus can grant him repentance and forgiveness. Please don’t let your like, love, and closeness to Shamp prevent you from doing the work of discernment.
Jesus said that in the end times false prophets would come, and a strong delusion would be sent. We must be vigilant, even if it’s someone we adore and esteem.
Question: But doesn’t scripture say that we prophecy in part (1 Corinthians 13:9), and doesn’t it say to examine prophecy closely (1 Thessalonians 5:21, 1 Corinthians 14:29)? Doesn’t that mean Christian prophecies can be partly wrong?
Answer: These verses do not mean Christian prophets will be given incomplete words from God. These verses are not get out of jail free cards for Christians who prophecy falsely. In part means that this side of eternity we don’t have a full understanding of heaven. It’s not saying God will only give you some of what he means to say if he gives you a prophecy.
We’re told to examine prophecy not because God will give you half of a revelation, but because false prophets will sneak in, and we need to figure out if what’s being said is from a true prophet or a false prophet.
If God only gave a prophet some of what he intended, and if that meant Christian prophecies are somewhat wrong, then it would be pointless to listen to them, because you’d never have a complete word from God to hear.
When God gives a word he gives it completely, and the true prophet knows it.
Every false prophet could get away with it by simply appealing to verses about apparent incomplete words given by God.
Regardless, if you look at the links above, you’ll see Charlie Shamp is claiming to speak with authority, and there is no hedging of his bets. He’s a false prophet.
Listen, I know you adore Charlie Shamp. There are preachers I adore too, and if someone appeared to be bad mouthing them, I’d be upset. Regardless, I and you can’t allow feelings to prevent us from doing the hard job of discerning and testing things.