Let the viewer beware...and check the Word for yourself.
Trish | USA | 02/24/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Well, after all this video was produced by Arts and....Entertainment.
And after all, it is designed for mass consumption. It is about what one
would expect. Some truths. Some extra Biblical speculation presented
as fact, and some flat out misleading information.
For example: One prophet is
pictured literally eating a scroll here on earth, when in reality the experience
was part of a visionary, Heavenly experirence. One "Professor of Old Testament
History", apparently because Saul met some praise singers and dancers before
a spirit of prophecy came on him, and because one prophet asked for harp
music before making a Divine proclamation, states that the prophets
"worked themselves into frenzies" before they heard from YHWH and suggested
that they became like "whirling dervishes." Sad. So much for the "still
small voice" of the Father that the prophets actually, generally, heard.
In another place in the video an opinion is presented that the vision
of the fiery chariot might be a UFO, and of coures no attempt is made
to explain that this would be based on nothing in Scriptures.
Nevertheless the video gives an interesting panormaic view of prophecy
which can lead to some valuable reflection. The problem is, if you
aren't very familiar with Scriptures, you could be very deceived by the
inaccuracies presented side by side with the truth."