Joseph Prince into spiritual witchcraft as he himself has unwittingly revealed – By Rev George Ong (Dated 7 March 2024)

 

Announcement No 1:

 

Don’t miss 1 video on Kong Hee

 

and 4 videos on Joseph Prince.

 

Announcement No 2:

 

Especially for this article,

 

besides reading it,

 

you must watch the YouTube video.

 

Reasons will become obvious to you

 

when you view it.

 

Excerpt No 1 from the Article:

 

Kong Hee teaches that although the law doesn’t condemn us,

 

(and it doesn’t save us; but after we are saved),

 

we are required to obey God’s laws

 

in the power of the Spirit

 

because we delight in it. 

 

Kong Hee’s teaching on the law represents the teaching

 

of the scriptures, Early Church Fathers, Reformation Fathers

 

and throughout the centuries of the Christian Church.

 

And let me state the obvious that

 

it also represents the teaching

 

of all the Singapore Churches and Pastors today.

 

Joseph Prince is the only odd one out.

 

He is the Lone Ranger Heretic,

 

who teaches that for believers,

 

grace and law cannot co-exist together.

 

Up till today, despite my pressing him to,

 

Joseph Prince has not produced a single Church Father,

 

or a Singapore Church or Singapore Pastor

 

that supports his grace without law doctrine.  

 

Excerpt No 2 from the Article:

 

So, aren’t you convinced now

 

that it is the devil

 

who spoke to Joseph Prince

 

on that fateful day in 1997?

 

Aren’t you persuaded

 

that Joseph Prince is using spiritual witchcraft

 

to spiritually dominate the people,

 

compelling them to accept 

 

his grace without law teaching,

 

by posturing that it was God who spoke to him,

 

even though such a teaching

 

is totally against the scriptures

 

and all the Church Fathers in Christendom.

 

If Joseph Prince is into spiritual witchcraft,

 

how can he not be a heretic?

 

How can a Singapore Methodist Bishop

 

and a Singapore Presbyterian Pastor

 

say that Joseph Prince is not a heretic?

 

And how can the National Council of Churches of Singapore (NCCS)

 

still keep silent and allow Joseph Prince, the heretic,

 

who practised spiritual witchcraft,

 

and his New Creation Church

 

to remain under her umbrella?

 

Excerpt No 3 from the Article:

 

My Parting Shot to Joseph Prince:

 

“Hey Joe,

 

I believe it is the Holy Spirit

 

that made you speak those words that incriminated you

 

last Sunday, 4 days ago, on 3 Mar 2024.

 

Lei Chee Kei Lor Lei Suey (You have brought this on yourself).

 

This is so strange.

 

You said you didn’t say

 

“God told me this,” and “God told me that,”

 

to your Pastors in your sermon last Sunday

 

because it is spiritual witchcraft.

 

But why did you keep on saying

 

“God told me this,” and “God told me that,”

 

to your people in the worship services?

 

This means you are using spiritual witchcraft

 

to con your people about your grace doctrine.

 

You said,

 

Those who really hear God,

 

don’t go round saying,

 

“God said, God said, God said.””

 

Yet, you kept on saying,

 

“God said this to me,” and “God said that to me,”

 

to your congregations in the worship services.

 

By your own admission,

 

this means God didn’t speak to you

 

when you said He did.

 

What you are hearing is not God’s voice

 

but your godfather’s voice.

 

You teach “grace, no law” teaching.

 

Tell us which Singapore Pastor or Singapore Church

 

is with you on this?

 

No one, right?

 

Tell me which Church Father

 

supports your grace without law teaching

 

for the believer.

 

Zero, right?

 

You know, you are a Lone Ranger on this.

 

No Singapore Pastor and no Church Father

 

teaches the grace without law doctrine

 

as you do.

 

You are alone championing this doctrine.

 

And yet, you still refuse to repent.

 

Why?

 

Pride is your Number 1 problem.

 

Because of your pride,

 

you just refuse to admit you are wrong.

 

Your pride will be your downfall

 

Mark my words,

 

your pride will be your downfall.

 

Because you choose to follow your godfather, the devil,

 

who fell because of pride,

 

you will go the same way as he did.”

 

(This article was also sent to Rev Dr Ngoei Foong Nghian, General Secretary, National Council of Churches of Singapore (NCCS) office, and for the attention of the Executive Committee Members.)

 

Please click here

 

to view the entire video.

 

In a Sunday sermon aired on YouTube,

 

3 Mar 2024, 4 days ago, Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here to view the 20-second video:

 

“You hear people saying,

 

trying to exert authority over others

 

by saying,

 

“God told me this, God told me that. God told me this.”

 

Actually, it’s nothing more than spiritual witchcraft,

 

domination, spiritual domination over people.

 

Watch out for those.

 

Those who really hear God, don’t go round saying,

 

“God said, God said, God said.””

 

Joseph Prince may argue that

 

what he said in the video about

 

“God told me this, God told me that. God told me this,”

 

and

 

“God said, God said, God said.”

 

is in the context

 

when he was speaking to a small group of his Pastors,

 

in which he denied he spoke those words.

 

But as far as I am concerned,

 

there is no difference

 

between whether such words are spoken to a small group,

 

or to a big group of thousands of people

 

in a worship service,

 

which I will prove to you

 

that Joseph Prince is most guilty of.

 

In fact, the damage done in this instance is worse

 

as more people are affected.

 

In whatever context,

 

whether such words are given as words of prophecy

 

to compel people to move in a specific direction,

 

that Joseph Prince mentioned in his sermon

 

4 days ago, on 3 Mar 2024,

 

or are flippantly said in the worship services,

 

by Joseph Prince himself,

 

they can and have been abused.

 

Just as it can be misused

 

by a so-called prophet who supposedly gives words

 

to get an individual believer

 

to move in a certain direction,

 

it can also be abused

 

when such same words

 

are frequently uttered over the pulpit

 

by Joseph Prince.

 

Joseph Prince is so blinded by his own doings

 

that he isn’t even aware

 

that he is accusing others of the same faults

 

that he himself is most guilty of.

 

In many sermons, Joseph Prince said:

 

Please click here to view the 2-minute video:

 

“Now I’m going to give a revelation right now, this is what the Lord said to me…”

 

“I actually heard the Lord tell me this…”

 

“The Lord is still speaking to me…”

 

“God has a word that if you do this. He (God) told me if you do this …”  

 

“What I heard from the Lord is this…”

 

“What God said to me in the beginning…”

 

“And when He (God) said to me, He’s (God) telling me, everything to do with the Upper room is what I (God) am going to do this year for my people.”

 

“The Lord said to me…”

 

“Many years ago, God said to me…”

 

“The Lord said to me…”

 

“So, this year God is going to give you plenty of Kairos moments. That’s what He (God) said to me, Amen.”

 

“… when God said this to me.”

 

“I’m speaking prophetically now…”

 

“You know the Lord said to me…”

 

“And the Lord spoke to me. And the Lord said…”

 

“The Lord spoke to me…”

 

“And the Lord said to me…”

 

“…Lord spoke to me like this.”

 

“And God spoke to me…”

 

“One day I was reading that and God said to me…”

 

“So, the Holy Spirit said to me…”

 

“Recently the Holy Spirit spoke to me about…”

 

“So, the Holy Spirit told me that…”

 

“I prophesy to you in the name of Jesus today marks the end of your poverty mentality. And therefore, the end of your poverty, in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ. This is not a statement; this is a prophecy. I’ m telling you this in Jesus; name.”

 

The number of sermon videos that I have combed

 

is very meagre

 

as compared to the total number of Joseph Prince’s sermon videos.

 

So, the sermon videos that you have viewed

 

that showed Joseph Prince said,

 

“God spoke to me,” “God said to me,”

 

“God told me,” or their equivalents,

 

are only a tip of the iceberg.

 

If one were to examine just 10 percent

 

of all of Joseph Prince’s sermon and audio videos,

 

one would be horrified at the voluminous times

 

he made such similar utterances. 

 

That is not all.

 

In ‘Destined to Reign,’

 

Joseph Prince wrote: 

 

“Then one day, the Lord spoke to me about this.”

 

“When I saw that several years ago, the Lord spoke to me saying…”

 

“God spoke to me.”

 

“The Lord showed me something a number of years ago that ushered me into the Gospel Revolution. I was sitting in my living room, just spending time in the Word, when He spoke to me and said…”

 

“A few years ago, the Lord spoke to me and said…”

 

“What the Lord said to me some 10 years ago…”

 

“The Lord said to me…”

 

“Then, the Lord said to me…”

 

“A long time ago, the Lord said this to me…”

 

“Then, the Lord said this to me…”

 

“I heard God say this clearly to me…”

 

“Then, I heard Him (God) say this…”

 

“I was on a bus and praying to the Lord, and I heard God’s voice saying to me…”

 

“When I heard Him say that, all of a sudden, I began to see God as the same God who spoke with Abraham…”

 

“Then, the Lord told me…”

 

“The Lord told me many years ago…”

 

Joseph Prince is so deeply blinded

 

that the sins he critiqued others for committing,

 

is what he himself has transgressed big time.

 

He is indeed a hypocrite

 

– a pot, calling the kettle black.

 

Let me give you 2 Proofs

 

that when Joseph Prince claimed he had a word from God,

 

he actually lied against God

 

in His written word.

 

Proof No 1

 

(As for more details, please refer to the Appendix.)

 

In a conference, Joseph Prince said;

 

Please click here to view the 2-minute video:

 

“I believe I have a prophetic word from the Lord

 

for you, tonight.

 

It’s a prophetic word.

 

It is on the Benjamin generation.

 

(The Benjamin generation,

 

according to Joseph Prince,

 

are those who embrace his grace theology.)

 

God put in my heart before I came for this conference,

 

that tonight he wants me to share

 

this prophetic word.

 

(Comments: He claims to have a word of prophecy.)

 

During a time of famine,

 

when God releases Benjamin before Joseph,

 

there’ll be bread in the land.

 

Of all the characters,

 

of all the personalities in the Bible,

 

no one particular character typifies our Lord

 

more clearly than the person of Joseph.

 

When you look at Joseph and his brothers,

 

you find that he had 11 brothers.

 

But there’s only one

 

who shares the same mother with Joseph.

 

And that is, Benjamin.

 

The other ten, they were born of bond women

 

– slaves

 

– their mothers Bilha, Zilpha

 

and Leah were slave women.  

 

(Comments: Here’s the joke.

 

If he’s unable to get simple Bible history correct,

 

how could he claim to get prophecy right?

 

Any 12-years-old Sunday kid would know

 

Leah was the sister of Rachel.

 

Leah was not a slave!

 

But it is unlikely that he has mistaken.

 

He’s deceitfully imposing on the scriptures.

 

He’s lying, and he knows it.)

 

“So, the ten brothers

 

represent the law, the Ten Commandments.

 

Joseph’s mother,

 

Joseph and Benjamin’s mother was Rachel.

 

Rachel represents grace.”

 

Joseph Prince said:

 

“I believe I have a prophetic word

 

from the Lord for you tonight.

 

It’s a prophetic word.

 

… God put in my heart

 

 before I came before this conference

 

is that tonight

 

He wants me to share this prophetic word.”

 

Joseph Prince claimed

 

he has received a prophetic word from the Lord.

 

Let me ask you a question

 

that even a child could answer.

 

Could God have given Joseph Prince a prophetic word,

 

when Joseph Prince went against a fact of the scripture

 

and falsely declared that Leah was a slave woman?

 

Of course not!

 

Could God give someone a prophetic word

 

that speaks against His own word in the Bible?

 

No way!

 

Joseph Prince had told a lie

 

that God had spoken to him

 

as God will never speak against the fact

 

of His own written word

 

– when Joseph Prince lied on the written word

 

that Leah was a slave woman. 

 

Joseph Prince has the audacity

 

to even lie about a fact in the Bible

 

that Leah was a slave woman,

 

all for his game plan

 

of conning people into accepting his grace teaching.

 

Using Joseph Prince’s own words,

 

is this not spiritual witchcraft

 

that Joseph Prince is using

 

to exert his spiritual authority or spiritual domination

 

over the congregation to accept whatever he is saying,

 

by deceiving them he had received a prophetic word from God,

 

even though Prince had clearly lied on the written word? 

 

So, is it really the voice of God

 

that speaks the prophetic word to Joseph Prince?

 

Absolutely not!

 

If it is not God’s voice, whose voice?

 

It is either his own voice or the devil’s voice.

 

But Joseph Prince has the audacity

 

to declare that it was God who spoke to him,

 

and hence, he had used God’s name in vain.   

 

This is the kind of man you are dealing with

 

who has no qualms about flippantly invoking God’s name

 

just to further his own evil agenda

 

of promoting his Pseudo-grace theology.

 

This is not the first time he has done it

 

– about the God who spoke to me thing.

 

He has done it many times in his books and teachings.

 

Joseph Prince is effectively posturing a God who lies

 

as what God had supposedly told him to speak

 

is the lie that Leah was a slave woman.

 

This is a clear and classic case of Joseph Prince

 

exercising spiritual witchcraft and spiritual domination

 

over the listeners

 

to get them to accept what he said

 

because he told them that

 

it is a prophetic word from the Lord,

 

even though they are lies

 

that go against the written word.

 

Let me give you the second proof.

 

In ‘Destined To Reign’, Page vii (Foreword),

 

Joseph Prince wrote,

 

“It all began in 1997,

 

when I was on vacation with my wife Wendy.

 

She was asleep in the passenger seat,

 

breathing softly next to me

 

as I drove through the dramatic landscapes of the Swiss Alps.

 

Then, I distinctly heard the voice of the Lord on the inside.

 

It wasn’t a witness of the Spirit.

 

It was a voice, and I heard God say this clearly to me:

 

“Son, you are not preaching grace.”

 

I said, “What do you mean, Lord?”

 

… I added,

 

“…I have been a grace preacher for years!”

 

He (God) said,

 

“No. Every time you preach grace,

 

you preach it with a mixture of law.

 

You attempt to balance grace with the law

 

like many other preachers,

 

and the moment you balance grace, you neutralize it.

 

You cannot put new wine into old wineskins.

 

You cannot put grace and law together.”

 

“That powerful word from the Lord jolted me,

 

and I realized for the first time

 

that I had indeed been preaching a grace message

 

that was tempered with the law.

 

I returned to my church

 

with a strong mandate from the Lord

 

and I began to preach grace radically.”

 

In plenty of articles on my website,

 

I have, from the scriptures

 

and the viewpoints of world-renowned teachers of the word,

 

such as

 

The Lord Jesus, Apostle Paul, Martin Luther, John Calvin, John Wesley, Charles Spurgeon, Charles Finney, DL Moody, Andrew Murray, George Muller, AW Tozer, JC Ryle, Arthur Pink, Martyn Lloyd-Jones, J I Packer, John Stott, Billy Graham, David Pawson, Derek Prince, Gordon Fee, DA Carson, Warren Wiersbe, James Montgomery Boice, Charles Swindoll, Watchman Nee, Walter Kaiser, Jack Hayford, RC Sproul, Ben Witherington III, John Macarthur, John Piper, Michael Brown, Steve Lawson, Paul Washer, Zac Poonen, etc,

 

demolished Joseph Prince’s teaching

 

that the moral law of God

 

has been abolished.  

 

In a sermon, Kong Hee said;

 

Please click here to view the 1-minute sermon:

 

“How many of you love to

 

or delight in commandments of God?

 

We do right. Amen.

 

So, here the Bible say there is an inner transformation.

 

So, not being under the law, what does it mean?

 

It means you are no longer punish by it

 

because the law can no longer sentence you.

 

The law can no longer condemn you, punish you

 

because you keep on breaking it.

 

But it doesn’t mean

 

you don’t have to obey the law anymore?

 

Remember, Romans chapter 8 say,

 

same guy, Paul, the great Apostle.

 

He says,

 

“God condemns sin in the flesh

 

that the righteous requirement of the Law

 

might be fulfilled in us (Rom 8:3-4).

 

What does that mean?

 

That means might be obeyed by us,

 

who do not walk according to the flesh

 

but according to the Spirit.

 

Something happens when the Holy Spirit comes in.

 

You can obey the laws of God.”

 

Kong Hee teaches that although the law doesn’t condemn us,

 

(and it doesn’t save us; but after we are saved),

 

we are required to obey God’s laws

 

in the power of the Spirit

 

because we delight in it. 

 

Kong Hee’s teaching on the law represents the teaching

 

of the scriptures, Early Church Fathers, Reformation Fathers

 

and throughout the centuries of the Christian Church.

 

And let me state the obvious that

 

it also represents the teaching

 

of all the Singapore Churches and Pastors today.

 

Joseph Prince is the only odd one out.

 

He is the Lone Ranger Heretic,

 

who teaches that for believers,

 

grace and law cannot co-exist together.

 

Up till today, despite my pressing him to,

 

Joseph Prince has not produced a single Church Father,

 

or a Singapore Church or Singapore Pastor

 

that supports his grace without law doctrine.  

 

Let me reproduce here

 

what I have published in my last article,

 

something which is of absolute relevance and importance:

 

In ‘Born of God,’

 

Martyn Lloyd-Jones said:

 

“I am saying that Christ through the Spirit

 

enables us to fulfil the law.

 

That is Christianity.

 

… And so my last word is this:

 

grace gives us the power to keep the law,

 

and grace alone does that.”

 

George Ong’s comments:

 

Martyn Lloyd-Jones said

 

Christianity is about having grace and the Holy Spirit

 

to empower us to keep the law.

 

That being the case,

 

Joseph Prince doesn’t even understand

 

what Christianity really is,

 

hence, his claim of being a Christian is in serious doubt.

 

In ‘Studies in the Sermon on the Mount,’

 

Martyn Lloyd-Jones said:

 

“Certain things always characterize the Christian…

 

The Christian is a man who of necessity

 

must be concerned about keeping God’s law.”

 

George Ong’s comments:

 

Martyn Lloyd-Jones said

 

keeping the law

 

represents one key characteristic of being a Christian.

 

This shows that Joseph Prince

 

who teaches against the law of God

 

isn’t a Christian in the first place.

 

In ‘Born of God,’

 

Martyn Lloyd-Jones said:

 

“The difference between

 

non-Christians and Christians is this:

 

here are non-Christians really hating the law of God.

 

They try to keep it and fail,

 

and they find it a terrible burden;

 

it is ‘grievous’.

 

What of Christians?

 

Well, to Christians,

 

his commandments are not grievous.

 

Christians love the law of God.

 

They want to keep it;

 

they are given power to keep it.”

 

George Ong’s comments:

 

I cannot help but to conclude

 

that by the description of Martyn Lloyd-Jones,

 

Joseph Prince is a non-Christian.

 

In ‘Born of God,’

 

Martyn Lloyd-Jones said:

 

“That is antinomianism,

 

which is the greatest curse imaginable.

 

… Indeed, let me put it like this to you:

 

If grace does not enable me to keep

 

and to live the law of God,

 

then it means that the devil has triumphed over God!”

 

George Ong’s comments:

 

Martyn Lloyd-Jones said

 

two very damaging things about Joseph Prince.

 

First, Lloyd-Jones said that

 

Antinomianism, which Joseph Prince teaches,

 

is the greatest curse imaginable.

 

Second, Lloyd-Jones also said that

 

if grace does not enable us to keep the law,

 

which is epitomised in Joseph Prince’s teaching,

 

then it means that the devil

 

has triumphed over God!

 

In ‘Studies in the Scriptures, Annual Volume 1949

 

Arthur Pink wrote:

 

“And therefore, it is that the truly regenerate

 

delight in the Law of God after the inward man,

 

and with their minds, serve the same (Rom 7:22, 25).”

 

George Ong’s comments:

 

Arthur Pink said the truly generate

 

would delight in God’s laws and keep them.

 

This proves that Joseph Prince

 

who preaches against the keeping of God’s laws

 

is an unregenerate man.

 

In ‘Sermon on the Mount by Arthur W. Pink,’

 

Arthur Pink wrote:

 

“… that any preacher who rejects God’s Law,

 

who denies repentance

 

to be a condition of salvation,

 

… is a false prophet,

 

and should be shunned as a deadly plague.”

 

George Ong’s comments:

 

Arthur Pink said

 

any preacher who rejects God’s laws

 

and the message of repentance for salvation,

 

is a false prophet,

 

and should be shunned as a deadly plague.

 

Hence, those who choose to hero-worship Joseph Prince

 

and embrace his heretical doctrine

 

are doing it at their own peril.

 

The views of Martyn Lloyd-Jones and Arthur Pink

 

– that a Christian must obey the laws of God

 

and never to reject them,

 

represent the views of all Church Fathers

 

throughout the centuries of Christianity.

 

But Joseph Prince has always been teaching

 

that once grace has dawned,

 

the moral law in the Ten Commandments has to go

 

as both grace and law cannot co-exist.

 

Joseph Prince claimed what he had heard in 1997

 

is the voice of the Lord,

 

telling him he is not supposed to preach

 

law together with grace:

 

“Then, I distinctly heard the voice of the Lord on the inside.”

 

“It was a voice, and I heard God say this clearly to me…”

 

“He (God) said…You cannot put grace and law together.”

 

“That powerful word from the Lord jolted me…”

 

If Joseph Prince’s teaching

 

about the demise of the moral law

 

in the Ten Commandments

 

is unmistakably and scripturally false,

 

how could he ever claim

 

that it was the voice of God that told him to teach it?

 

Impossible!

 

God will never tell you to teach against

 

what is contained in His word

 

and against the incarnate Word, the Lord Jesus.

 

Hence, I can almost be certain

 

that what Joseph Prince had heard that day in 1997

 

is not God’s voice.

 

It is either his voice or the devil’s voice!

 

Period!

 

Let me be bold to add that,

 

going by the many millions of believers around the world

 

who are being ‘spiritually blinded’,

 

led astray and caught

 

in the bondage of his Pseudo-grace teachings,

 

and the fact that he is clearly an Antinomian,

 

it is the devil’s voice.

 

In ‘Exposition of Romans, chapters 3:20-4.25, Atonement and Justification, Page 9,

 

Martyn Lloyd-Jones said,

 

“What is the meaning of the Ten Commandments

 

if it is not this?

 

They are a revelation of the holy character of God.”

 

How can the moral law in the Ten Commandments,

 

which is a revelation of God’s character,

 

be abolished?

 

In a sermon, ‘Christ; The End of The Law’ based on Romans 10:4,

 

Martyn Lloyd-Jones said,

 

“The law of God

 

which He gave to the children of Israel through Moses

 

is a permanent expression of God’s holy character

 

and of what God expects from mankind.

 

The law is not temporary.

 

The law is eternal.”

 

How can the moral law in the Ten Commandments,

 

which is eternal and a permanent expression

 

of God’s holy character,

 

be abrogated?

 

Furthermore, the scripture sees the law

 

as a reflection and representation of God’s character

 

as the following scriptures will prove:

 

God’s Character is Good.

Lk 18:19 NIV

19 “Why do you call me good?” Jesus answered.

“No one is good – except God alone.”

God’s Law is Good.

Rom 7:12 NIV

12 “So then, the law is holy, and the commandment is holy, righteous and good.”

 

God’s Character is Holy.

Isa 5:16 NIV

16 “But the Lord Almighty will be exalted by his justice, and the holy God will be proved holy by his righteous acts.”

God’s Law is Holy.

Rom 7:12 NIV

12 “So then, the law is holy, and the commandment is holy, righteous and good.”

 

God’s Character is Just.

Deut 32:4 NIV

4 “He is the Rock, his works are perfect, and all his ways are just. A faithful God who does no wrong, upright and just is he.”

God’s Law is Just.

Rom 7:12 NKJV

12 “Therefore the law is holy, and the commandment holy and just and good.”

 

God’s Character is Truth.

Deut 32:4 NKJV

4 “He is the Rock, His work is perfect; For all His ways are justice, A God of truth and without injustice; Righteous and upright is He.”

God’s Law is Truth.

Psa 119:142, 151 NKJV

142 “Your righteousness is an everlasting righteousness, And Your law is truth.”

151 “You are near, O Lord, And all Your commandments are truth.”

 

God’s Character is Perfect.

Matt 5:48 NIV

48 “Be perfect, therefore, as your heavenly Father is perfect.”

God’s Law is Perfect.

Psa 19:7 NIV

7 “The law of the Lord is perfect, refreshing the soul. The statutes of the Lord are trustworthy, making wise the simple.”

 

God’s Character is not Burdensome.

Matt 11:30 NIV

30 “For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.”

God’s Law is not Burdensome.

1 Jn 5:3 NASB

3 “For this is the love of God, that we keep His commandments; and His commandments are not burdensome.”

 

God’s Character is Light.

1 Jn 1:5 NIV

5 “This is the message we have heard from him and declare to you: God is light; in him there is no darkness at all.”

God’s Law is Light.

Prov 6:23 KJV

23 “For the commandment is a lamp; and the law is light; and reproofs of instruction are the way of life.”

 

God’s Character is Love.

1 Jn 4:8 NIV

8 “Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love.”

God’s Law is Love.

Rom 13:10 NIV

10 “Love does no harm to a neighbor. Therefore love is the fulfillment of the law.”

 

God’s Character is Righteous.

Ex 9:27 NKJV

27 “And Pharaoh sent and called for Moses and Aaron, and said to them, “I have sinned this time. The Lord is righteous, and my people and I are wicked.”

God’s Law is Righteous.

Psa 19:9 RSV

9 “The fear of the Lord is clean, enduring for ever; the ordinances of the Lord are true, and righteous altogether.”

 

God’s Character is Pure.

1 Jn 3:3 NIV

3 “All who have this hope in him purify themselves, just as he is pure.”

God’s Law is Pure.

Psa 19:8 NASB

8 “The precepts of the Lord are right, rejoicing the heart; The commandment of the Lord is pure, enlightening the eyes.”

 

God is Spirit.

Jn 4:24 NIV

24 “God is spirit, and his worshipers must worship in the Spirit and in truth.”

God’s Law is Spiritual.

Rom 7:14 NIV

14 “We know that the law is spiritual; but I am unspiritual, sold as a slave to sin.”

 

God’s Character is Unchangeable.

Mal 3:6 NIV

6 “I the Lord do not change. So you, the descendants of Jacob, are not destroyed.”

God’s Law is Unchangeable.

Psa 89:34 CSB

34 “I will not violate my covenant or change what my lips have said.”

 

God is Eternal.

Gen 21:33 NIV

33 “Abraham planted a tamarisk tree in Beersheba, and there he called on the name of the Lord, the Eternal God.”

God’s Law is Eternal.

Psa 111:7-8 NIV

7 “The works of his hands are faithful and just; all his precepts are trustworthy.

8 They are established for ever and ever, enacted in faithfulness and uprightness.”

 

It is obvious that there are many similar characteristics

 

between the law and God’s character.

 

The law, indeed, is a mirror of God’s character.

 

The law reveals the character of God.

 

By internalising and keeping the law of God,

 

we become more like God every day.

 

And here comes Joseph Prince

 

who has the unholy guts

 

to treat the law of God

 

in such a contemptuous way.

 

As the holy law of God reveals, represents

 

and is a permanent expression of His character,

 

Joseph Prince, in teaching that God’s law

 

has been done away with,

 

is doing the same to God’s character.

 

What?

 

– You mean Joseph Prince doing away with God’s character?

 

Yes – he is!

 

And doing away with God’s character

 

is effectively doing away with His person!

 

This is because the law

 

represents the character of God,

 

and God’s character is eternal.

 

So, Joseph Prince,

 

by teaching that God’s moral law is temporary

 

and is now abolished,

 

is also implying that God’s character

 

is no longer in existence.

 

That, to me, is blasphemy, pure and simple!

 

Is this not a serious misrepresentation of God

 

and the Christian doctrine?

 

Are you now aware of the seriousness of the issue?

 

How could God Himself tell Joseph Prince

 

to do away with His own character and person?

 

An attack on God’s law

 

is an attack on God’s character,

 

and an attack on God’s character

 

is an attack on God Himself.

 

And the devil would be most happy

 

for Joseph Prince to do that.

 

So, aren’t you convinced now

 

that it is the devil

 

who spoke to Joseph Prince

 

on that fateful day in 1997?

 

Aren’t you persuaded

 

that Joseph Prince is using spiritual witchcraft

 

to spiritually dominate the people,

 

compelling them to accept 

 

his grace without law teaching,

 

by posturing that it was God who spoke to him,

 

even though such a teaching

 

is totally against the scriptures

 

and all the Church Fathers in Christendom.

 

If Joseph Prince is into spiritual witchcraft,

 

how can he not be a heretic?

 

How can a Singapore Methodist Bishop

 

and a Singapore Presbyterian Pastor

 

say that Joseph Prince is not a heretic?

 

And how can the National Council of Churches of Singapore (NCCS)

 

still keep silent and allow Joseph Prince, the heretic,

 

who practised spiritual witchcraft,

 

and his New Creation Church

 

to remain under her umbrella?

 

My Parting Shot to Joseph Prince:

 

“Hey Joe,

 

I believe it is the Holy Spirit

 

that made you speak those words that incriminated you

 

last Sunday, 4 days ago, on 3 Mar 2024.

 

Lei Chee Kei Lor Lei Suey (You have brought this on yourself).

 

This is so strange.

 

You said you didn’t say

 

“God told me this,” and “God told me that,”

 

to your Pastors in your sermon last Sunday

 

because it is spiritual witchcraft.

 

But why did you keep on saying

 

“God told me this,” and “God told me that,”

 

to your people in the worship services?

 

This means you are using spiritual witchcraft

 

to con your people about your grace doctrine.

 

You said,

 

Those who really hear God,

 

don’t go round saying,

 

“God said, God said, God said.””

 

Yet, you kept on saying,

 

“God said this to me,” and “God said that to me,”

 

to your congregations in the worship services.

 

By your own admission,

 

this means God didn’t speak to you

 

when you said He did.

 

What you are hearing is not God’s voice

 

but your godfather’s voice.

 

You teach “grace, no law” teaching.

 

Tell us which Singapore Pastor or Singapore Church

 

is with you on this?

 

No one, right?

 

Tell me which Church Father

 

supports your grace without law teaching

 

for the believer.

 

Zero, right?

 

You know, you are a Lone Ranger on this.

 

No Singapore Pastor and no Church Father

 

teaches the grace without law doctrine

 

as you do.

 

You are alone championing this doctrine.

 

And yet, you still refuse to repent.

 

Why?

 

Pride is your Number 1 problem.

 

Because of your pride,

 

you just refuse to admit you are wrong.

 

Your pride will be your downfall

 

Mark my words,

 

your pride will be your downfall.

 

Because you choose to follow your godfather, the devil,

 

who fell because of pride,

 

you will go the same way as he did.”

 

Rev George Ong

 

Appendix

 

To refresh your memory,

 

Please click here to view the 2-minute video:

 

a. What? Leah was a slave?

 

Ten Brothers of Joseph Represent The Law?

 

Joseph Prince said:

 

“The other ten,

 

they were born of bond women

 

– slaves

 

– their mothers Bilha, Zilpha

 

and Leah were slave women.”  

 

Leah was not a slave.

 

Joseph Prince is lying through his teeth.

 

She was the elder sister of Rachel

 

and the first wife of Jacob.

 

Both Leah and Rachel were free women,

 

not slaves.

 

Therefore, Leah was not a slave woman,

 

as Joseph Prince had falsely stated.

 

Leah had 6 sons:

 

Reuben, Simeon, Levi,

 

Judah (ancestor of Christ),

 

Isacchar and Zebulun.

 

Rachel had 2 sons:

 

Joseph and Benjamin.

 

So, a total of 8 were free sons,

 

born of free woman, Leah and Rachel,

 

who were not slaves.

 

The two other wives of Jacob were Bilha and Zilpha,

 

who were both slave women.

 

Bilha had 2 sons: Dan and Napthali.

 

Zilpha had 2 sons: Asher and Gad.

 

So, a total of 4 sons were born of the two slave women.

 

To recap, 8 free sons and just 4 sons

 

were born of slave women,

 

and not 2 free sons and 10 sons

 

who were born of slave women

 

as Joseph Prince would like you to think.

 

Joseph Prince has deceptively created this number, 10,

 

that were born of slave women for a purpose

 

– to build a case for his Pseudo-grace doctrine

 

and against the law, the Ten Commandments.

 

Joseph Prince said,

 

“So the ten brothers represent the law,

 

the Ten Commandments.”

 

Now, you know his game plan

 

– 10 brothers representing 10 Commandments, the law

 

– neat and tidy, so he thought.

 

He chose these 10 brothers

 

and associate them with the 10 Commandments, the law

 

because he has falsely concluded all 10,

 

instead of just 4,

 

were born to slave women.

 

Joseph Prince then unilaterally and arbitrarily declares

 

that the 10 brothers

 

represent the Law, the 10 Commandments.

 

In my 57 years as a Christian,

 

I have never come across anyone

 

who advances the view that the ten brothers of Joseph

 

represent the Ten Commandments.

 

Joseph Prince is forcibly imposing

 

his own meaning on the scriptures

 

for the sake of building a case for his grace theology.

 

There is no Bible scholar or commentator that I know

 

who holds the same view as Joseph Prince does.

 

How did he ever arrive at this strange and unheard-of analogy?

 

By what authority is his declaration based on?

 

By the authority of magic

 

– pulling a rabbit out of nowhere

 

– making a declaration out of thin air

 

– all for the agenda of building a case

 

for his false grace theology!

 

Joseph Prince has the audacity

 

to change the word of God

 

to create a heretical lie,

 

namely that God’s holy law,

 

the Ten Commandments,

 

represent slavery and would bring you under bondage.

 

This is because these 10 sons,

 

which he says represent the law,

 

the Ten Commandments,

 

were born of slave women

 

– when in actual fact,

 

there were only 4 sons

 

Joseph Prince will do anything,

 

including perverting and twisting the word of God,

 

just to pull down God’s holy law at every opportunity,

 

to protect his grace doctrine

 

and hammer home his Antinomian heresy of lawless grace.

 

b. What? Rachel Represents Grace?

 

Joseph Prince said:

 

“Rachel represents grace.”

 

How Joseph Prince could relate Rachel with grace

 

will make every Bible scholar and teacher

 

scratch their heads with utter disbelief.

 

No Bible concordance ascribes the name of Rachel

 

anywhere close to the meaning of grace. 

 

I’ve personally checked the following sources:

 

Strong’s Concordance,

Strong’s Exhaustive Concordance,

NAS Exhaustive Concordance,

Englishman’s Concordance,

Thayer’s Greek Lexicon.

 

None of these authoritative sources

 

relate the name of Rachel with grace.

 

Joseph Prince is making a wild assumption

 

just to shore up his grace doctrine.

 

This is nothing

 

but the ‘suka-suka’ (Malay word) theology of Joseph Prince

 

of just arbitrarily imposing meaning on a name

 

as long as it could suit and shore up his grace theology.

 

But even if Rachel means grace,

 

Joseph Prince is at no liberty

 

to say that the mother of Joseph and Benjamin is grace

 

– as a doctrine.

 

If that is permissible,

 

what if Rachel means something else,

 

like a failure?

 

It means that one could also use

 

the same line of argument as Joseph Prince did

 

to teach an opposing theology

 

that we mustn’t follow Joseph and Benjamin

 

as their mother is a failure

 

– so, stay away from Joseph and Benjamin

 

unless you wish to be a failure.

 

I hope you would begin to realise

 

what Joseph Prince is getting us into

 

with his ‘suka-suka’ theology?  

 

c. What? Christ Represents Law, Not Grace?

 

There is a more fundamental question

 

I want to ask Joseph Prince.

 

For the sake of using Joseph Prince’s line of argument,

 

which lineage would represent grace more

 

– Rachel or Leah?

 

Joseph Prince would, of course, say it is Rachel

 

because she represents grace,

 

and he doesn’t even indicate by what authority

 

is he claiming that – his own authority?

 

I disagree.

 

I would say, going by Joseph Prince’s line of argument,

 

Leah would represent grace more,

 

as Leah is the mother of Judah (one of the six sons of Leah)

 

who is the ancestor of Jesus Christ,

 

the personification of grace (Jn 1:14, 16-17).

 

Did you catch that?

 

The ‘sin’ that Joseph Prince has committed

 

is when he said Leah was a slave (false),

 

meaning all her 6 children, including Judah,

 

who is the ancestor of Jesus,

 

were born of a slave woman.

 

And Joseph Prince further said that all ten brothers,

 

including Judah, the ancestor of Christ,

 

who is the personification of grace (Jn 1:14-16,17),

 

represent law and not grace.

 

Joseph Prince is effectively implying that Christ

 

(who descended from Judah who represents law),

 

represents only the law and not grace. 

 

How can Christ, who personifies grace

 

not be representing grace?

 

You can’t get anything more bizarre than that! 

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