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Thursday, April 23, 2009

Am I A Prophet?

Discovering the prophetic in you can be one of the most confusing times in your life. The weight of a prophetic mantle can be overwhelming, confusing and shaking to say the least. Before I continue in this post let me say all of God's people are prophetic --or should be. The spirit of prophecy is the testimony of Jesus Christ (Rev 19:10). Got the testimony of Jesus Christ operative in your life? If so, you also have access to the spirit of prophecy.

For years I have been approached with the question "Am I a prophet?" I have shared my testimony of discovery many times and will briefly say here that ONLY God can confirm a prophet to be a prophet or any other body ministry for that matter. It is time for all believers to make their election and calling sure.

I am beginning a new prophetic teaching exchange where we can beging to discover the prophetic in us, most prophetic schools of ministry are specifically tailored to those who operate in the ascension gift of prophetic found in Ephesians 4. This leaves a lot of God's people without edification on how to cooperate with the prophetic anointing on their lives, opening the door for the spirit of confusion.

Much of today's confusion regarding prophecy is the result of elevating the ascension assignment of Ephesians 4 to an ungodly place of idolatry. True, Apostles and Prophets are God's chosen vessels to lay the foundation for the body but in the end they to must face Jesus in the judgement. Details coming soon for our initial teleclass of Prophetic Discovery.
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