2024: The Courage to Confront False Prophets

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James Lasher

As we enter the new year, renowned evangelist Mario Murillo has shared a powerful prophetic word for 2024, emphasizing the need for Christians to be discerning in the face of false prophets and to strengthen themselves in the Lord.

Drawing from his extensive experience in ministry holding massive tent crusades and his unwavering dedication to the gospel, Murillo’s message is both timely and essential for believers navigating the spiritual landscape of the coming year.

In a recent interview with Charisma News, Murillo expressed his concern for the growing presence of false prophets in the Christian community, stating, “There are many voices out there right now that are not trustworthy.

“People feel that. They feel a distinct sense that, ‘Why is this person saying this about the future?’ Is it for money? Is it to titillate the audience? Is it to join the long train of fascination now with the prophetic or why is he speaking this?”


Murillo has been declaring for some time now that Christians need to be able to discern false prophets and prophecy from what the Lord is speaking through people. This discernment will only come through biblical literacy and a deeper relationship with Jesus Christ.

Looking toward the upcoming year, Murillo warns that there is one particular group in society that Christians need to be aware of.

“There is one thing to bear in mind: the left is going to behave like a wounded animal,” Murillo says.

“You have to see that they’ve been cornered. Their escapades, their extremes, they’re overreaches in government are all coming back to haunt them now. And the American voter sees blood in the water, and they’re going to make them pay.”


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The last few years have seen an aggressive and radical left push anti-God policies and people into authority in America, and more than a few Christian leaders, politicians and business owners have caved to the pressure.

In 2024 however, Murillo believes it is going to take Christians of strength to stand against the wiles of the enemy.

“Recent events tell me that the strong Christian is the Christian of the future,” Murillo reveals. “We have talked about the blessed Christian, the prospered Christian, the grace-forgiven Christian, and all of those things are valid and true. But we’ve entered a new season. And that is where the word ‘strength’ is going to matter.


“And the Bible says in Ephesians, be strong in the Lord. And in the power of His mind. In 2024, we got to dig in our roots, we have to reassess our priorities. We’ve got to sit down and let God have time to shape us into something,” Murillo says.

The Bible offers a wealth of guidance for Christians seeking to strengthen themselves in the Lord. By following the teachings of Jesus and the apostles, believers can deepen their faith and develop a closer relationship with God. Through prayer, reading and meditating on the Scriptures, and fellowship with other believers, Christians can cultivate spiritual growth and become more resilient in the face of challenges.

As we look to the future, let us remember the words of the apostle Paul in Philippians 4:13, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me.” By continually seeking God’s guidance and relying on His strength, we can face the trials of the world with courage and hope. May we all strive to strengthen ourselves in the Lord, and in so doing, become a light to others and bring glory to His name.

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James Lasher is Staff Writer for Charisma Media.

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