For the first thing you said, I was asking Loquat this question up above, and I'll ask you too: Taking the bible as a whole, can you show me where the standards changed for prophets? We all know the standards in the Old Testament for prophets were very strict, even Mike Bickle acknowledges that in his video, but where did it change?
Why is it no longer as important to get the words of the Lord right? Why would God change the standards on that when His word and being able to 100% trust his word is of utmost importance for us and for his name's sake? But if he did change the standards, what scriptures do we have to back that up?
As for the second thing you said, I don't really know. But I would still think for the pastors, etc. in this day and age when so few seem to want to hear the truth, it's possible they just don't feel very motivated to put out tons of effort. I'm not saying they shouldn't because I agree, God can still use the effort for the ones that are still wanting to hear the truth. I'm just saying it would have to be a little discouraging for pastors, etc. who do still want to teach the truth when so few seem to be listening, unless they really understand the times we are in and plow ahead anyway with the confidence that God said these times would come, but faithful teaching still has it's rewards and there is always a remnant that will want to hear the truth.