John the apostle's words give us warning about how God views this kind of strife.
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Really, this applies to us all.
Is your pastor toxic? If so, you'll experience church hurt in his/her ministry if you haven't already.
If you are in a season of hiddenness, this could be why.
If you are feeling oppressed, it could be Jezebel's witchcrafts.
No matter what your age, if you are rising up in the prophetic, you can avoid these pitfalls.
If you consistently see these signs in your leader, run before church hurt chases you down and overtakes you.
I speak from experience.
Here are some key distinctions between the two.
Someone recently prophesied to me that "God is shaking loose all the bloodsuckers trying to hang on for a free ride."
It doesn't surprise me to see these types of activities in a Babylonian world. But it grieves me to see it going on in the church.
I used to be a bonafide worrywart. Here's how I got free.
Is your church leadership manipulating and controlling you?
God's stretching is sometimes as painful on our souls as working over a sore muscle, but if you don't break down, you'll see a breakthrough.
Déjà vu is a French phrase that means "already seen." But is it from God?
If you want more prayer answers, watch this.
The strategy is intercessors to build a habitation on the wall.
Jennifer LeClaire also shares three major hindrances to seeing what God is trying to show you.
You don't have to be a seer to see in the spirit.
You may have struggled with why you are different, but understanding your calling will help you to press deeper into it.