The Gift of Prophecy: 5

Integrity is created when we are prepared to break through, however many barriers, no matter the personal cost, in order to live in and be what is right and proper. 

Do not discourage gifting on the basis that it could be wrong or dangerous. We must use every opportunity to exercise our people in rightly dividing the word of truth.

Prophecy has saved me from death more than once, as I’ve referenced in previous blogs: click here. On the other hand, lack of knowledge about prophecy has tormented me, as you’ve witnessed for yourself if you were following my blog this time last year. The pain I’ve experienced did not come from prophecy, but from a lack of knowing about prophecy. However, if we act on a prophetic word out of timing, God is faithful to redeem anything we do in faith in His name. Once you experience God you’ll understand why there’s no turning back. See the life saving power of prophecy and you’ll be hooked to this God ordained gift for mankind. The churches that do not teach the gifts of the Spirit are not only aborting something the Lord birthed, but murdering those who could be saved by the use of these gifts, keeping christians from walking in the perfect Will of God for their lives which includes using their gifts/callings.

God says that in the last day’s everyone will prophesy. Believing this Word from God means being committed to learning and practicing prophesy, as well as humbling ourselves to be the testing ground to work out the kinks, so that the next generation can live in God’s perfect Will, understanding, and use proper prophetic practices. Birthing something has always been a messy process, but that shouldn’t stop us from desiring to see, hold, and nurture what we give birth to and committing to grow it to maturity by seeking God’s Will and ways.

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Predestination & Prayer

2 Kings 20:14-19 – The time will surely come when everything in your palace, and all that your predecessors have stored up until this day, will be carried off to Babylon. Nothing will be left, says the Lord. And some of your descendants, your own flesh and blood who will be born to you, will be taken away, and they will become eunuchs in the palace of the king of Babylon.” “The word of the Lord you have spoken is good,” Hezekiah replied. For he thought, “Will there not be peace and security in my lifetime?”

God had just told King Hezekiah that he would die from an illness, earlier in this chapter, but when Hezekiah prayed, God used his prayer to change the outcome of his life. He added 15 more years to his life. (2 Kings 20:1-7)

After just going through that–watching God change what He had decreed, based on a single prayer–why didn’t Hezekiah pray for God to save them from Babylon too? His one prayer could’ve saved all of Israel.

Our prayers, or lack of prayers, can change the outcomes of nations. We should be praying for the coming generations, even in times of peace; and especially when the coming generations are reaping what we’ve sown.

#Pray #PrayForParis

God doesn’t change, nor does He think like us. He doesn’t change His mind, as if He can learn of some better way to do things. He has a plan that has been in place since the beginning of time. His plan includes your prayers. Your prayer is a tool in the hand of God. When you pray, His will comes on earth as was planned in heaven before the dawn of creation. Don’t water down the power of prayer. Every prayer is important, and every prayer changes the course of history.

Predestination & Prayer

Porn

There are quite a number of reason to become gay/lesbian. One reason why our generation has seen an increase of lesbians is because they don’t feel like they are beautiful. Mens sin of lust, and addiction to pornography, has fueled more than just broken relationships; it has fueled rejection of relationship. Women often feel like they have to become masculine to escape this abuse, or go to a woman to have genuine love.

God wants to heal your hurts, not your sins. Sin is only a product of pain. He wants to speak lovingly to you and doctor the wound