The Truth About False Teachers

God’s Word warns us against false teachers. If there was ever a time to be on the lookout for them, the time is now. We are living in a generation of biblically illiterate, immature Christians—people who, while they claim the name of Jesus, and who want His mercy, forgiveness and salvation, do not wish to carry His cross.

False teachers promise peace when God says there will be judgment—and teachers who suggest otherwise are wolves in sheep’s clothing. False teachers tell you that you can live in sin and that God will not punish you. These are all false teachings.

Today on the podcast, we’re talking about the obvious wickedness in the culture (such as the occult in schools) and the not-so-obvious ones—like the false teachers who are cropping up on social media like I have never seen before.



Isaiah 49:1

Isaiah 49:5

Jeremiah 23:1-4

Proverbs 6:16-19

Jeremiah 23:16-20


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I’ve written a companion blog post about this issue, because it’s so important I don’t want anyone to miss it.

Learning to Discern Counterfeit Christianity – The only way to succeed in this life at the end of the day is to walk humbly with God and ask Him for truth and wisdom. You are a redeemed child of God and can discern counterfeit Christianity when you see it. Dig in and ask God for wisdom!

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Heidi St. John
Heidi St. John has been married to her husband Jay since 1989. Together they have seven children from toddler to adult and have homeschooled all the way through high school. A favorite conference and radio speaker, Heidi approaches marriage and parenting with humor and grace. Her passion to encourage moms and set them free to be who God has created them to be will bless and encourage you.
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