Bill Hamon: Specialty of Prophets

Hamon, Bill
— The specialty of prophets is their God-given ability to speak for God, not just teach and preach the Bible truths about God and His Son, Jesus Christ. They have the special calling to speak a “thus saith the Lord.” The prophet has rights and authority in his prophesying that others do not have, such as those with the gift of prophecy or those who
function on the saints’ level of prophetic ministry. Those who are truly commissioned prophets have the right to prophesy direction, correction, guidance and new revelation to a person, church or nation. Some are used to pronounce God’s judgments and reveal the calling and purposes of God to whomsoever God wants to speak. In fact, the prophets are to be God’s mouthpieces to speak whenever and wherever and to whomsoever God wants to personally express His thoughts, purposes and specific will Continue reading

Tozer:. Prophets once more

This generation has forgotten that the message does not clean up and shine the outside of a person; rather, it bores into the very heart and core of a person and radically changes that person from the inside. The time has come to hear once again the voice of God through His prophets. A prophet is not cultivated; a prophet is called and sent by God. One of my passions is to see God once again in the center of His church—to see Him honored and glorified in such a manner that it will push out all the things that are contrary to the holiness of God. O, God, God of the prophets of old, fall upon us in our utter weakness and radically transform Your Church today. In Jesus’ name. Amen.

Jeremiah Johnson: Prophets Need Pastors

Prophets need pastors. 
Jeremiah Johnson 
PROPHETS NEED PASTORS
Without the influence of pastors, prophets have the tendency to be harsh, arrogant, and disconnected from the saints. These two 5 fold ministries are the hardest to get to work together, but are also the most effective when they get along. 

Pastors impart compassion, tenderness, and personal care for the prophets. Without strong pastoral care, prophets remain wounded in their souls due to the amount of rejection that they face because of their calling. Pastors are focused on the present issues at hand while prophets are caught up in the future. Pastors typically slow things down while prophets want to speed things up.

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