Here is Jacob Prasch’s teaching on the spirit’s of Ahab and Jezebel.
( 1https://youtu.be/_zMHk2RiyOg ) Below are a few quotes from his teaching that must be addressed.
“We are all sons and daughters of Adam and Eve”…..“it’s easier for women to hear the voice of the Holy Spirit, women are much, much more vulnerable to spiritual seduction than men. Women can be spiritually seduced and deceived much more easily than men. A male is better able to keep a distinction between intellect and emotion. “
“while a man is thick, he is less likely to be conned”…..
where is this at in scripture? If man is thick then we need to look at what “thick” means:
of low intelligence; stupid.
“he’s a bit thick” ·
stupid · unintelligent · ignorant · dense · brainless · mindless · foolish · dull-witted · dull· slow-witted · witless · doltish · slow · dunce-like · simpleminded · empty-headed · vacuous · vapid · halfwitted · idiotic · moronic · imbecilic · obtuse · insensitive · gullible · naive · as thick as two short planks · thickheaded · dim · dumb · dopey · dippy · dozy · cretinous · birdbrained · peabrained · pinheaded · pig-ignorant · bovine · slow on the uptake · soft in the head · brain-dead · boneheaded · lamebrained · chuckleheaded · dunderheaded · wooden-headed · fat-headed · thick-skulled · muttonheaded · daft · not the full shilling · dof · dotish
This is one of Jacob’s favorite staples when it comes to spinning his doctrine of the men and women, he also is fond of the “man has a short antenna and the woman has a long antenna”; it all falls into some sort of Praschism’s psychobabble whereby he lays claim to understanding the scriptural workings of the husband and wife while giving no scriptural references to substantiate his ridiculous claims, at least not in context or exegesis. Perhaps understanding the term psychobabble will clear things up a bit.
writing or talk using jargon from psychiatry or psychotherapy without particularaccuracy or relevance. (2 https://www.dictionary.com/browse/psychobabble)
Psychobabble (a portmanteau of “psychology” or “psychoanalysis” and “babble”) is a form of speech or writing that uses psychological jargon, buzzwords, and esoteric language to create an impression of truth or plausibility. The term implies that the speaker or writer lacks the experience and understanding necessary for the proper use of psychological terms. Additionally, it may imply that the content of speech deviates markedly from common sense and good judgement. – Wikipedia
14:10 mark: So that He might sanctify her, having cleansed her by the washing of water with the Word,
“notice the sanctification of women is different than with men. We’ve been saved, but we are being saved, we were justified but we’re being sanctified and in the future we shall be redeemed. We’ve been saved, we’re being saved, we shall be saved. Salvation is past, present and future. BUT the sanctification of the women, who is married, a married woman, is different. The sanctification comes via her husband. She must see the sanctifying power of her husband.” – Prasch
Here he is clearly referencing a husband and wife that are both saved/born again. We need to really let it sink in on what is being said here. Jacob says that the sanctification of a married woman is different because the sanctification comes via her husband. Notice he uses the word “via” which means “traveling through (a place) en route to a destination”. So literally the work of sanctification that Jesus, God and the Holy Spirit performs will have to travel through the husband to the wife.
If this is true and the “sanctification” comes through her husband ….Jacob is placing the husband as a type of mediator to God, Christ and the Holy Spirit? Isn’t he replacing the husband where Christ and the work of the cross is supposed to be? The married woman cannot be sanctified outside of whatever work her husband puts into her sanctification. Making him the mediator.
Let’s look at a few verses on sanctification and see if what he says is so….
Joh 17:17 Sanctify them through thy truth: thy word is truth.
Joh 17:19 And for their sakes I sanctify myself, that they also might be sanctified through the truth.
Heb 13:12 Wherefore Jesus also, that he might sanctify the people with his own blood, suffered without the gate.
Heb 9:13 For if the blood of bulls and of goats, and the ashes of an heifer sprinkling the unclean, sanctifieth to the purifying of the flesh:
Heb 9:14 How much more shall the blood of Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered himself without spot to God, purge your conscience from dead works to serve the living God?
The issue here is….Is there really a different sanctification for married women? And what of the unmarried woman? One must assume that if she is saved that the normal God given sanctification that applies to “men” also applies to her. So what are we to make of 1Co 7:14:
“ For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband: else were your children unclean; but now are they holy.”
So here in this scripture it is clearly saying that if the husband is an unbeliever the wife who is saved will sanctify him and vis versa. This is clearly speaking of one or the other in the marriage being unsaved. The question then is IF both are saved both are being sanctified under the same given by Christ. What happens if the husband fails to “sanctify” his wife? Can she stand before God and blame him? Will she lose her salvation? What if her husband dies, does she then revert back to the sanctification of the men and unmarried women? One has to wonder which way Jacob is going to spin scripture to make sure his doctrine on headship stand.
His teaching on this subject is so convoluted and muddied that just a quick check of scripture raises all the questions mentioned above and more. He replaces Christ and His work with the male/husband. It leans dangerously close to saying that even the salvation of women/wives is different than men.