Definition of False Teacher: One who presumes to teach in the Name of the Lord when God has not sent him.

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False Teacher – David Herzog

The Self-Glorification Zone

True prophets acknowledge that God determines all things – “A man can receive nothing unless it is given to him from Heaven” (John 3:27 MKJV). False prophets, such as David Herzog, tickle your ears by telling you that you’re in charge – the power lies with you to be and have what you want. And in listening to them, you give them what they want.

A reader asks:

What do you think about David Herzog?

False teaching?

Here is a small video of his teaching about thinking positively and so on… i think it sounds like new age… what do you think?

kind regards,


Victor’s reply:

“Then if any man shall say to you, Lo, here is Christ! Or, There! Do not believe it. For false Christs and false prophets will arise and show great signs and wonders; so much so that, if it were possible, they would deceive even the elect. Behold, I have told you beforehand” (Matthew 24:23-25 MKJV).

Hi Tommi,

I watched some of the video of David Herzog, and Paul looked at his website (The Glory Zone). His philosophy is ego-centered. His love is sensationalism and power; it’s not at all based on the Lord Jesus Christ.

His experience of being baptized in the Holy Spirit was demonic delusion, born of having selfish desires. If he came to the place of repentance before God, he would be a very different man.

Interestingly, as is often the case, he has some knowledge of true things. As it stands, however, he is a magician, an apprentice of Simon, who also wooed the crowds with his knowledge and power (Acts 8:9-24).

Victor Hafichuk






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