Under whose Authority are you sounding Your Shofar?

Under whose Authority are you sounding Your Shofar?
By Pastor Dirk

In this study we will look at the Authority behind them, persons that Blows a Shofar or use our mouths as a Shofar spreading a Religion, True or False and the results if it is done under wrong Authority.

Godly Authority
How many of us in our walk with the Lord, have esteemed and sought after the Godly authority demonstrated throughout the Bible by prophets, apostles, and our Lord Jesus Christ. To name but a few of the men God used mightily, such as Moses, Joshua, Elijah, Elisha, Samuel, Paul, Peter and the crowning glory of them all – Jesus, the Son of God.

These patriarchs, (apart from Jesus,) were mere men, just as you and I are, but were prepared by God to fulfil a divine destiny and plan of God. They each had to learn to know the voice of God and develop an intimate relationship with Him, esteeming and loving Him in a healthy “fear of the Lord,” (the only fear that is healthy!) A walk of obedience to the Lord results in intimacy in relationship with Him, as we submit to His authority in our lives.

There are times when the Lord requires something of us and He will not permit us to share it with others. We submit, as unto Him, living to Him and not to man and thus developing intimacy with Him. As we journey through life and submit and humble under God’s mighty hand then we learn to come under His divine authority.

Let us read again the account of the Centurion in Matthew 8:5 – 13.
“There came unto Jesus a centurion, beseeching Him, and saying, Lord, my servant is lying at home sick of the palsy, grievously tormented. Jesus said unto him, I will come and heal him. The centurion answered and said, Lord, I am not worthy that you should come under my roof: but speak the word only, and my servant shall be healed. For I am a man under authority, having soldiers under me: and I say to this man, Go, and he goes, and to another, Come, and he comes; and to my servant, Do this, and he does it.”

Jesus marvelled at his faith and in verse 13 said,” Go thy way; and as thou hast believed, so be it done unto thee.”

The Centurion was a man who understood and demonstrated authority. His “OVER” came out of his “UNDER.” So it is with us. As we walk with the Lord in our daily circumstances and learn to submit to Him, the life of the Indwelling Christ in us will be released more and more. We will find ourselves in everyday situations and will unconsciously release, tap into and demonstrate the “life of another,” i.e. Jesus. The words we speak will bring peace, disperse confusion, de-fuse anger, convict a sinner – the list is endless! Only in retrospect do we realize that the words we spoke unconsciously came from the divine source within us – Jesus! We all have to learn the pitfalls of our fleshly nature and recognize the work of the divine life within us, teaching us humility and giving God the credit, the glory, as He replaces our nature with His beauty and treasures of wisdom. Godly authority is given to a yielded life. We have to learn to hold and handle this treasure. “Having” and “handling” are related. We may desire something but can we handle it to the glory of God? Can God trust us with it?

Matthew 6:13 records the words of Jesus, “…for Thine is the kingdom, Thine is the power and Thine is the glory, forever, Amen.” The power (authority) of God is given for the extension of His kingdom, for His glory. So many have desired the power and authority for their own glory, but God will not release it into the lives of men that cannot be trusted with this divine tool for their own ends. Godly authority is given to those who can be trusted to handle it to the glory of God, for divine purpose. This has to be learnt under submission to God as we journey through life on our divine pilgrimage. As this process takes place, I begin to appreciate the difference between self-consciousness and self-awareness.

Self-consciousness is related to what man thinks of me, e.g. living to people and seeking acceptance from them. Self-awareness is recognizing the gift within me and living in God’s acceptance, portrayed by a quiet confidence in my relationship with Him.

We have learnt through the school of experience that God has changed the wickedness of our heart, related to self-consciousness. In times past we have reacted very wrongly in given situations that we now respond to peaceably through the divine life released from within us, related to self-awareness….see John 5:30 Jesus said, ”I can of mine own self do nothing,” He recognized that the power operating through Him was OF His Father, God. Self-awareness operates in an unconscious fear of the Lord with a knowledge that the Indwelt Christ can operate through me, speaking the language of heaven. This divine life is the “life of another” demonstrating authority for kingdom purposes.

A critical spirit demonstrated by judgements of others and God, needs repenting of. It grieves the Holy Spirit and stagnates my walk with the Lord. In repentance, truth and humility I “clear the road and make wide the way” for the Lord to restore the intimacy in our relationship. Humility releases the divine life of Jesus within me.

The birth right of a Believer is to demonstrate godly authority, but we cannot clothe our carnal nature of criticisms and judgments in a religious robe and walk in our full inheritance. “God resists the proud,” 1 Peter 5:5. My pride is revealed in my judgments of others when the truth is that “there but for the grace of God, go I.” If I do not believe this then I will prove it. My present judgments father my future failures – Romans 2:1 “Therefore thou art inexcusable, O man, whosoever thou art that judgest: for wherein thou judgest another, thou condemnest thyself; for thou that judgest does the same things.”
Let us joyfully embrace the harness of the Lord He has provided for each of us to learn of Him. God’s joy and peace are hallmarks of a Believer’s birth right, as we journey with Him, sweetly submitting to His authority, walking in truth and addressing situations with The RIGHT SPIRIT. Colossians 2:3 records that in Jesus are hidden “all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.” Come forth in me, Lord Jesus!

What are God-ordained authority structures?
Structures of Authority

Recognizing and obeying the one in charge brings security and order to a group. Each person looks to the leader for direction and accountability, and he or she provides guidance for working through questions or problems that arise. The one in charge is ultimately responsible for the activities and productivity of the group.

In the Bible, God outlines authority structures that provide direction for the family, church, workplace, and government. “Let every soul be subject unto the higher powers. For there is no power but of God: the powers that be are ordained of God”(Romans 13:1).

God Is the Source of All Authority
By virtue of Who He is as creator of all things, God is the sovereign ruler of the universe. He has all power and all authority, and He entrusts roles of leadership to individuals in the family, the church, the workplace, and the government.

The orderliness we find in structures of authority reflects the order of God’s own nature. God is a Trinity: the Father, the Son Jesus Christ, and the Holy Spirit. The Father sent the Son into the world as Saviour and Redeemer. (See I John 4:9.) Jesus was obedient to God the Father. (See John 5:19.) When Jesus returned to heaven, He and the Father sent the Holy Spirit to comfort Jesus’ disciples, lead them in all truth, remind them of the words of Jesus, and empower them to carry out Jesus’ commission to spread the Gospel. (See John 14:26, 15:26, and Acts 1:8.)

Each member of the Trinity works within the structure of authority and fulfills a specific role, perfectly complementing the others and demonstrating God’s glory. The members are not independent of one another, but God the Father is recognized as the authority who directs and empowers the Son and Holy Spirit to carry out His will.

Four Biblical Authority Structures
God ordained human authority in four areas and established a specific chain of command in each area. This structure does not express superiority or inferiority. Just as each member of the Trinity is essential to express the fullness of God, so within social structures each role in the chain of authority is necessary for the success of the relationship.

1. Family: Husband—Wife—Children

God entrusts husbands with the leadership of the family unit. A husband is to love his wife as he loves himself. A wife is to submit to the leadership of her husband, coming alongside him as a helpmate. Parents are responsible to train their children, and children are to honour and obey their parents. (See Ephesians 5:21–6:4 and Proverbs 6:20–21.)

2. Government: National leaders—Local officials—Citizens

In Scripture we are instructed to respect and obey government authorities and ordinances and to live honourably within our communities. National leaders and local officials are to punish evildoers and honour those who do well. (See I Peter 2:13–17 and Romans 13:1–5.)

3. Church: Church leaders—Church members

Within the church, the leadership of pastors, elders, and teachers is essential for the health of the Body of Christ. Believers are to honour and respect leaders and to submit to one another and walk in humility. (See Ephesians 4:11–16, Hebrews 13:17, and I Peter 5:1–11.)

4. Business: Employers—Employees

Employers are challenged to act with equity and care as they oversee employees, patterning their behavior after God Himself, Who is their authority. Employees are responsible to serve well, doing their work wholeheartedly as unto the Lord. (See Colossians 3:22–4:1 and I Peter 2:18.)

Everyone Is Accountable to God
Each person is accountable to God for his actions, whether he is in authority over others or in a position under authority. God is not prejudiced by culture, education, position, or wealth and He will judge each person according to His righteous standards.

Human authorities are accountable for how they exercise their authority. They are responsible to provide protection and direction for those under their care, to punish those who do wrong, and to praise those who do well.

Those under authority are accountable to God for their responses to authority. Since God placed authorities over us, to obey them is to submit to God’s design and authority in our lives.

If an authority asks us to do something that is wrong, we need to appeal to him and explain why we cannot violate God’s laws. “Whatsoever ye do, do it heartily, as to the Lord, and not unto men; knowing that of the Lord ye shall receive the reward of the inheritance: for ye serve the Lord Christ” (Colossians 3:23–24).
“. . . Yea, all of you be subject one to another, and be clothed with humility: for God resisteth the proud, and giveth grace to the humble. Humble yourselves therefore under the mighty hand of God, that he may exalt you in due time: casting all your care upon him; for he careth for you” (I Peter 5:5–7).

Accountability is a foundational premise on which all relationships are built. As children of God, children of earthly parents, parents of our own children, employees, employers, and citizens of communities, each of us must wisely carry out his responsibilities both as an instrument of authority and as one who is submitted to authority. Thus, God’s design can be implemented in our relationship with Him, our families, our communities, and our nations.
Learning to walk in godly authority is so important for leaders, fathers, or anyone of any type of influence.

1. Wisdom- “The king speaks with divine wisdom; he must never judge unfairly.” The greatest of all attributes for a person of authority is wisdom from God. Who better demonstrates this than Solomon?
2. Justice- “ A king detests wrongdoing, for his rule is built on justice.” Without justice, the authority of any leader will be undermined and eventually fail.
3. Honesty- “The king is pleased with words from righteous lips; he loves those who speak honestly.” Any form of untruthfulness is extremely unbecoming for a person of influence. Always tell the truth!
4. Temperance- “The anger of the king is a deadly threat; the wise will try to appease it.” A person entrusted with godly authority must never act in anger. Anytime this does happen, there must be immediate apology and restitution. All anger is reserved for injustice and sin, never for ignorance or annoyance.
5. Joy- “When the king smiles, there is life; his favor refreshes like a spring rain.” Godly authority should reflect the very nature of God and His rule is marked with great JOY! The Bible tells us that “He sits in the heavens and laughs”.

Let’s look at the Role and use of the Shofar in the Old Testament from a Jewish Person.

A shofar (pron. … The shofar is blown in synagogue services on Rosh Hashanah and at the very end of Yom Kippur, and is also blown every weekday morning in the month of Elul running up to Rosh Hashanah. Shofars come in a variety of sizes and shapes, depending on the choice of animal and level of finish.

The Shofar from a Jewish Perspective
The ritual most frequently associated with Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year (in most English translations of the Bible called the Feast of Trumpets*), is the sounding of the shofar (ram’s horn) in the synagogue. By Jewish tradition, a person who has not listened to the shofar has not observed the day. Hearing the shofar means obedience to one of God’s 248 positive commandments to Israel found in the Pentateuch, or Torah. Rabbis have said that the mitzvah (commandment) is not fulfilled by merely hearing the shofar, as if by accident, but that the hearer must listen with the specific kavanah (intention) of fulfilling the biblical commandment. To enhance this observance of Rosh Hashanah, various rabbis have suggested kavanot, or ideas implied in the sounding of the shofar, upon which to focus.

The biblical command to hear the shofar is expressed in Numbers 29:1:
“And in the seventh month, on the first day of the month, you shall have a holy convocation. You shall do no customary work, For you it is a day of blowing the trumpets [shofarim].”

The word “trumpets” does not appear in the Hebrew text, but is implied. Nor does the word shofar ever appear in the Hebrew text of the Torah in connection with the holiday Jewish people call Rosh Hashanah. In the passage quoted above, the holiday is simply called Yom T’ruah, a day of blowing. However, it means more than simply “blowing” a trumpet or ram’s horn.
Three basic trumpet calls are sounded in the synagogue during the Rosh Hashanahservice. The first is the simple t’kiyah, one long, sustained blast. In ancient Israel, the t’kiyah was a reassuring sound. It signalled that the watchmen guarding the city were on duty and all was well. That sound periodically divided up the watches of the day and night.

The second trumpet call sounded on the shofar consists of three successive blasts called shevarim. In ancient times shevarim signalled some significant event—the changing of the guard, the arrival of an important person such as a king, or a call to assemble and hear welcome news. The sound of shevarim was less routine than the t’kiyah, but it was welcome because it meant good tidings.

The third trumpet call, however—the one mentioned in the Bible in reference to the Feast of Trumpets—is the sound of alarm. It consists of nine rapid bursts on the shofar, referred to as t’ruah. The sound of the t’ruah alerted Israel that they were under attack and that all the fighting men were needed to draw together immediately for battle. The t’ruah might also be sounded for some other calamity that required the immediate and urgent convocation of all the people. Thus in most of the Bible texts where t’ruah appears, the word is translated “alarm.” A simpler, better translation of the Hebrew phrase Yom T’ruah, usually rendered “Feast of Trumpets,” would be “Day of Alarm.” It has the advantage of being a very literal translation, and it also communicates more of the flavor and intent of the holiday.

To use the Bible’s own terms, then, Rosh Hashanah is the Day of Alarm. The question arises: Why should Israel be alarmed? The summer harvest season had ended. The barns were full of grain and the storehouses were filled with fruit. What more could be wanted or needed? The Torah (Pentateuch) gives the answer:

“When you have eaten and are full, then you shall bless the Lord your God for the good land which He has given you. Beware that you do not forget the Lord your God by not keeping His commandments, His judgments, and His statutes which I command you today, lest—when you have eaten and are full, and have built beautiful houses and dwell in them…and all that you have is multiplied; when your heart is lifted up, and you forget the Lord your God who brought you out of the land of Egypt, from the house of bondage…then you say in your heart, “My power and the might of my hand have gained me this wealth.” And you shall remember the Lord your God, for it is He who gives you power to get wealth that He may establish His covenant which He swore to your fathers, as it is this day. Then it shall be, if you…forget the Lord your God, and follow other gods…I testify against you this day that you shall surely perish…because you would not be obedient to the voice of the Lord your God (Deuteronomy 8:10-14; 17-20).”

By instituting the fall festivals consisting of the Day of Alarm, the Day of Atonement and the Feast of Booths (forsaking of secure homes to live in flimsy huts), God taught Israel an important lesson: With God on her side, she need not fear earthly calamities or earthly enemies. Likewise, she must not seek security in earthly things but in her relationship with Him.
Rosh Hashanah (Yom T’ruah) was a preparation for Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. It was intended to turn minds away from the secular affairs of the summer season to focus on spiritual issues: God’s holiness, the people’s sin and the atonement God had provided.

Ancient Israel needed to be periodically alarmed—by the awareness of sin that separated her from God, and by her need for atonement. In the synagogue today the shofar sound of t’ruah should still alarm people. It should still register as the sound of an alert that points to the danger of remaining in sin without atonement. The Hebrew Bible says, “Your iniquites have separated you from your God” and “The soul who sins shall die” (Isaiah 59:2; Ezekiel 18:4).

For us Jewish believers in Y’shua the kavanah, or central theme upon hearing the shofar, is joy in the knowledge that we have already allowed the seriousness of our sins to alarm us; we have heard and received the good news—that God has atoned for sin, and that He delivers us from calamity through the sacrifice of our righteous Messiah.

We’re familiar with the sights, tastes, and sounds of Rosh Hashanah—the sweet sensation of honey on our tongues, the rhythmic swaying of the congregation in prayer, the cry of the shofar piercing the air. But have we ever stopped to think about the messages behind the deeds of the day?

While every commandment is essentially supra-rational—performed solely because it is the will and command of the Creator—our sages have found meaning and messages behind the commandments we fulfill. Let’s take a look at 11 reasons given for blowing the shofar on Rosh Hashanah.

1. The Return of the King- On Rosh Hashanah, the anniversary of creation, G d renews the creative energy that sustains our world. Once more, He is crowned as King of the universe. Just as trumpets are sounded at a coronation, the shofar announces G d’s continued kingship.
2. The Great Alarm Clock-On Rosh Hashanah, the first of the Ten Days of Repentance, we awake from our spiritual slumber. The shofar is like an alarm that calls on us to examine our deeds and correct our ways, as we return to G d.
3. The Reminder – The shofar was blown at Mt. Sinai when the Torah was given. On Rosh Hashanah, we blow the shofar to remind us to rededicate ourselves to Torah study—and to remind G d of our original commitment and sincerity.
4. The Voice -The shofar reminds us of the voice of the prophets, who like the blast of the shofar called upon us to correct our ways, follow G d’s commandments, and act properly with others.
5. The Tears – The shofar’s cry reminds us of the cries and tears shed for the destruction of the Holy Temple in Jerusalem, galvanizing us to bring Moshiach and hasten the rebuilding of the Temple.
6. The Sacrifice – The shofar, made of a ram’s horn, reminds us of the binding of Isaac and the ram G d provided as a sacrifice in his place. By blowing the shofar, we remember the faith of the Patriarchs and our own capacity for self-sacrifice.
7. The Awesome – The shofar fills us with awe and humility as we contemplate the true infinitude of G d, how He fills all space and time.
8. The Introspection – The shofar will be blown on the Day of Judgment when Moshiach comes. We thus blow the shofar on Rosh Hashanah to remind us to examine our deeds and contemplate how we can improve them.
9. The Celebration – The shofar blast will signal the return of the Jewish people when Moshiach comes. We blow the shofar on Rosh Hashanah to remind us of G d’s salvation in our own lives.
10. The Unity – The shofar blast when Moshiach comes will herald a time of universal understanding and recognition of G d’s unity. We blow the shofar on Rosh Hashanah to remind us of G d’s unity.
11. The Scream – The call of the shofar on Rosh Hashanah reminds us of the primordial scream, the eternal voiceless call of the soul expressing its desire to return to its Creator.

A call to gather for worship 2 Ch 29:26-28, Ps 98:6, Ps150:3, 2 Sam 6:15
Ushers in the presence of the Lord 2 Sam 6:15 1 Chron 15:14
Make proclamation 1 Sam 13:3
Symbolizing freedom and liberty Lev 25:9 & 10
At the giving of the 10 Commandments Ex 19:16 & 19, Ex 20:18,
Sounds the alarm for war Josh 6:4 -20, Joel 2:1, Jer 4:19,21, Jer 6:1,17
At the coronation of a king 1 Kings 1:34
As a call to battle and war Numbers 10:9
To induce fear & confusion in the enemy Judges 7:22
For announcing and ushering in the weekly Sabbath and yearly festivals

SHOFAR – Hebrew for a trumpet made from a Ram’s or Kudu horn

Those of us who see the importance of getting back to our Hebrew roots have taken great interest in what is known both Biblically and in the modern Jewish realm as a SHOFAR. The word is pronounced just like it’s spelled, (show-far). In the Bible, whenever you see the word trumpet mentioned to call the people to assembly, or in a warning or a call to war, it is the Hebrew word Shofar. There are a couple of instances where a silver trumpet is mentioned, but as far as I can ascertain, they were metal instruments that were used in the service of God’s Temple.

The Shofar and Christianity.

In this segment I want to concentrate on one of the reason the shofar was used in the Old Testament.

To induce fear & confusion in the enemy camp

Why do some Christians blow the shofar when nowhere in the NT we’re told to do so?

There are some Christians who cherish blowing shofars.

What’s the significance for them to do that?

Blowing shofars is only based on the old covenant, but it has been obsolete as Jesus has finished atonement on the cross.

Is this a misunderstanding of scripture?

Although the use of the Shofar is associated primarily with the Old Testament, and is not commanded or even mentioned in the New Testament as a component of Christian worship (although it is also not forbidden), there is a symbolic significance to its use that would still apply today and it’s correct use becomes a powerful Tool.

Just as the shofar is hollow, and makes sound entirely as a result of the actions of the one filling it with breath, we are hollow and empty of meaning until filled by the breath of God – The Holy Spirit.

Any trained person can blow a Shofar.
BUT if that Breath of the Blower is not God’s Breath under God’s Authority , it will have no Power in the spiritual world by repelling them. They will not recognize under whose Authority it is was blown and this will make the evil spirits curious to find out under whose authority it was actually blown and draws them to that spot.

The Shofar becomes a Super Powerful Tool in Spiritual Warfare when blown by a Person that is baptized with the Holy Spirit.

If the Shofar is used by False Doctrines that is not supported by the Holy Spirit it only confuses the spirit world and becomes a dangerous tool to attract unoccupied evil spirits and Demons to the place it sounded.
Our Voice becomes a Shofar when we are baptized with the Holy Spirit and when we speak the Words of God, the Spirit of God places on our Tongue it brings forward Spiritual Fruits and Gifts of the Holy Spirit operates.
Like the shofar, we speak with no real voice until we are re-created from inside ourselves, born from above. By God’s Spirit in us, we become His voice / Shofar’s sounding in the spirit world.

Once filled with the Spirit, we (as the shofar does) can then sound the call to repentance, both to those who will hear and those who do not want to hear (since the loud call of the shofar is difficult to disregard), causing people to consider what and who they are before God.

The sound of the shofar is not mandated by the God’s word for Christians, but hearing it moves us to listen for the Word to speak from within us.
Yes, Jesus finished the work of our redemption, but Christians are still called to repentance (as the shofar does) for those sins that they continue to commit.

There are two types of Christians that may blow the Shofar.
1. Christians without the Baptism of the Holy Spirit.
2. Child of God baptized with the Holy Spirit.

When a Child of God that is baptized with the Holy Spirit blows a Shofar, he blows it under Authority of the Holy Spirit – The Spirit of God and falls directly under God Almighty’s Authority spirits and demons flee.

When somebody without the Baptism of the Holy Spirit blows a Shofar he blows it under no Authority but his own , and this the spirit world does not recognize under whose authority it was blown, and instantly draws the Evil spirits and demons in the sound range of the sound because they are curious and speeds to the place the Shofar.

It is important to realize that physical things tend to impact the spiritual realm and the spiritual the physical realm. God never changes and His ways remain the same forever. What was acceptable in His eyes 3500 years ago still applies today.

One might ask why it would cause confusion among the evil spirits and the demons that accompany them?
Well, we have to assume that Satan and his minions know scripture. They probably know it better than any Christian alive because frankly, they know battle tactics and they’ve had thousands of years to study human beings and to apply their terroristic ways toward mankind and they’ve had thousands of years to study Scripture as it’s been revealed by God to mankind.
In their knowledge of Scripture, they have seen the deeds of God in past times and they have read about what God will do in the future. For instance, they know that the Rapture will be preceded by an angel blowing a Trumpet (Shofar). They know that John the Apostle was summoned to Heaven by the blowing of a Shofar. They know that there will be Seven Trumpet Judgments during the time of Jacob’s Trouble.
Can you imagine what must be going through their diseased minds when they hear a Shofar blast? Immediately it reminds them of their failures in the past and their ultimate doom in the soon to be future. If there was a psychiatric hospital in the demonic realm it would probably have little imps lined outside the door waiting to report their latest anxiety attack.

So when a Non Holy Spirit Baptized person blows the Shofar without any authority but his own, – they come flying because of curiosity and that is very dangerous for the People gathered at the place of gathering or worship.

If they find unoccupied souls they will occupy.

When they find Holy Spirit Baptized souls they will flee.

This rule also applies when we as Christians without the Baptism of the Holy Spirit becomes Disciples in Ministry. We enter the Ministry without the Authority of the Holy Spirit and our Voice acting as a Shofar draws Evil spirits and demons to the service.

This is the reason why False Doctrines of Demons enters the Church and more than often that church believes in more than one false doctrine at a time and the members of that church is filled with Evil spirits and demons.

What are you saying Pastor Dirk?

What the Holy Spirit wants to bring to the Table today is. When a Holy Spirit Baptized Child of God blows the Shofar or speaks by Bringing the Word of God, he does it under Authority of the Holy Spirit and total Authority of God. This will create a Healthy, Protected and Anointed Service.

But when a Non Baptized person blows the Shofar or preaches by bringing any False Doctrines and altered Word of God, they don’t do this under the Authority of God and this creates an unhealthy, unprotected and cursing Service.

They will invite Evil spirits and demons to that spot, and open up every person there (Knowingly or unknowingly) to Evil spirit and demon possession, creating a pool for feeding of souls.

If a False Doctrine like the New Age Apostolic Reformation Movement , Christians Zionist Movement or any other false doctrine holds services and they get Non Holy Spirit Baptized people to blow the Shofar or preach with large sound systems , they invite Evil spirits and demons in the sound area to come and possess everybody in that Gathering or service.
And by Going to one of these Revival, Functions or Gatherings opens you up to possession by Evil spirits and or demons.

In the Future, MAKE SURE that the Concert, Revival Crusade, Prayer meeting or gathering is supported by the True Gospel and that the Preachers, Artists and even Shofar blowers are Holy Spirit Baptized.

Let this warning left in the word of God draw attention

Act 19:13 Then certain of the vagabond Jews, exorcists, took upon them to call over them which had evil spirits the name of the Lord Jesus, saying, We adjure you by Jesus whom Paul preacheth.
Act 19:14 And there were seven sons of one Sceva, a Jew, and chief of the priests, which did so.
Act 19:15 And the evil spirit answered and said, Jesus I know, and Paul I know; but who are ye?
Act 19:16 And the man in whom the evil spirit was leaped on them, and overcame them, and prevailed against them, so that they fled out of that house naked and wounded.

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