We live in the days of the New Elijah’s. God is raising a large company of prophets that are going to sweep the world and do mighty exploits for God and the people of the world.
If you feel that God has called you to be one of these prophets in the Last Days you will need to go through boot camp and learn what it is to be a prophet of God. Part of your training is to know what a New Testament prophet looks like, what is expected of them by God, and how to go about your calling.
In this book you will learn:
- What the three gifts used in prophecy are and how to operate in them
- Prophetic etiquette- how to behave correctly with you gift
- What a prophet is and the experiences and lessons learned by two of them
- The supernatural experiences you can expect like visions of angels, visions of Jesus and trips to Heaven. The author shares some of his experiences in here.
- The secret keys to a strong anointing
- Fundamental lessons and knowledge about the prophetic
This book is a handy book to read alone but also can be used effectively as a resource for a school of the prophets which the author has already used it for.
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The concept of modern-day prophecy has always been something that intrigued me, but I never really knew enough about it. The main concept of the book is a discussion on prophecy, not in the sense of the "end times" prophecy, but in the sense of "prophesying" (modern day prophetic experiences and revelations). The book seeks to answer the questions: * What is prophecy? * Can anyone prophesy? * How can one tell a false prophet? These are questions that I really never thought too much about it, even though the Bible is full of references to prophecy from beginning to end. For some reason, I never really believed most modern day accounts of prophecy because so many religious leaders use their power in unhealthy powers. Reading this book, however, actually made me confront my own ideas about it. The book took a different perspective stance of prophecy than I expected. Instead of being something reserved for a special few (which the authors don't deny), the authors expand the definition of prophecy to include everyone. Payne and Hicks treat prophecy as a spiritual development capable of all Christians who are ready. This development, however, requires considerable understanding, support, and guidance which I feel that beginning Christians may not have just starting out. Overall, this is a great book if you believe or are willing to believe in modern day prophecy. It is well put together and is easy to follow along with. The book is also organized pretty well and has questions that would be great for a spiritual reflection. It is also deeply inspirational and can definitely serve as a devotional. Reading this book definitely inspired me and challenged my own perspectives of faith. I see the word "prophecy" a little differently now. Even if you don't believe in the claims in the book, there is still plenty of spiritual "food for thought", particularly when it comes to prophecy. There only two concerns I have with the book is the early approach to the book and organization. The book launches into a discussion of one the author's prophetic experiences. While this does provide insight into why the book was written, I was caught unaware. The author begins with a discussion of several supernatural occurrences that happened in his personal life. It then launched into discussion about the "prophetic". I would have placed some of the chapters that discuss the concept of prophecy slightly earlier in the book. As a person not used to prophecy used in this way, I was not sure I understood concretely some of topics covered. If you are familiar with these concepts, you should have no problem going through the book. In either case, I came away more inspired about my own faith and the faith that the Biblical prophets had. I may have some slight disagreements about what they said, but I was glad that they started the conversation.