We find that in the sacred Scriptures all the way through, that just at the ending of the old age and a new one’s coming in, God sends His messenger.
God’s law is to receive a vindicated servant. John 13:20 states, “Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that receives whosoever I send receives me; and he that receives me receives him that sent me.”
We can only serve God as we do and believe the servants that God sends. You can only serve God on earth as God’s servants that’s sent on earth by Divine inspiration interprets the Word to you. In I Corinthians 14:16. Paul said, “You follow me as I follow Christ.” Jesus said in Luke 10:16, “He that heareth you heareth me; and he that despises you despises me; and he that despises me despises him that sent me.” That just proves that God speaks His message through His servants. He always has.
And as always, every time that a messenger comes, it’s always a call back to the Word. Remember that the Bible is the complete revelation of Jesus Christ. There cannot be nothing added to It or taken away from It (Rev 22:18-19). The Bible is the complete revelation of Jesus Christ. And the only way that we can ever be sure on whether a message is right or wrong, is by comapring it with the Bible, which is God’s Urim Thummin of today. If it is contrary to Biblical revelation, then it’s wrong.  It must be back to the Word, and always a calling back to the full Word.
Amos 3:7 states, “Surely the Lord GOD will do nothing, but he revealeth his secret unto his servants the prophets.” The reason that God sends prophets is because they have the Word of the Lord. The Word of the Lord comes to the prophets. A prophet himself is a sign. When God sends a prophet, look out, for judgment follows it. It always has, and it always will.  And a true prophet never fails to stay right with “Thus Saith the Lord”. Moses stayed with the Word of the Lord. He was a sign to Israel that their day of deliverance was at hand. He was also a sign to Egypt that their end was coming.
All prophets are predestinated. We know that gifts and callings are without repentance. God said to Jeremiah, “before you were even conceived in your mother’s wombs, I knew you, and sanctified you and ordained you as a prophet to the nations.” Jesus Christ was the woman’s seed as spoken from the garden of Eden. John the Baptist, seven hundred and twelve years before he was born, Isaiah saw him and said, “He’s the voice of one crying in the wilderness. Prepare the way of the Lord.” Gifts and callings ain’t laying hands on one another. Born from birth, those gifts are right in them when they’re born.
God said, “If there be one among you, a prophet or spiritual, I’ll speak to him, and what he says comes to pass then hear it.” That’s the way the Bible. In the Old Testament, God said, “If they speak not according to the law and the prophets, it’s because they have no Light in them.” That’s right. They have to speak according to the law and the prophets.
Prophecy, or anything else, must always be according to the Word. If it isn’t, then it’s wrong. In order to be a prophet, Moses had to meet God face to face and talk with Him. And another thing, what he said must come to pass or no one else would have believed him. So no man has a right to call himself a prophet until he has talked face to face with God himself.
God always deals with an individual messenger. He did in the days of Noah. He did in the days of Moses. He did in the days of Joshua. It’s always been an individual, because two men are not alike. Everybody didn’t have to be Moses. They just followed God’s vindicated servant for their age. So it must be today.
God’s end-time promise of the day has arrived. “As it was in the days of Sodom, so shall it be at the coming of the Son of Man”. Malachi 4 states, “The righteous shall walk upon the ashes of the wicked.” Yet before such things take place, we have a promise in Malachi 4:5-6 that says, “Behold, I will send you Elijah the prophet before the coming of the great and dreadful day of the LORD: And he shall turn the heart of the fathers to the children, and the heart of the children to their fathers, lest I come and smite the earth with a curse.