False prophets

Who is holding these men accountable for their WRONG predictions that earned them royalties from publishers of these false prophecies??

Biltz writes:
“Something remarkable is on the horizon. God is about to move mightily in the world. Are you prepared?”

Hitchcock writes:
“In the years 2014-15, four lunar eclipse called “blood moons,” will occur during two significant Jewish festivals…(I’ll) show you how current newspaper headlines are obvious signs of the coming of the end.”

John Hagee writes:
“Something is about to change.”

Well, it’s 2019. Nothing happened.

These men, whether well-intentioned or not, are guilty of foisting a faulty eschatalogical premise on a confused and gullible audience for the sake of selling books. They purposely kept the specifics of what would happen extremely vague so that they could not be seen as “wrong.” But they all implied the end was near, in order to hedge their bets. This is shameful and needs to be broadcast to everyone in their congregations and any associated with their “ministries.”

When will Christians wake up to understand that dispensationalism is wrong, to stop listening to these purveyors of end-times sensationalism, and start seriously studying the written records they claim to believe are the inerrant words of God?