This is a growing picture of a growing camp in the prophetic movement that is building its ministry on money miracles.
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Many spiritual warriors stop short of the spiritual warfare strategy in Ephesians 6.
You wouldn't believe how many people want to hire me to deal with their demons.
When God called me to make prayer my life's work, I still thought prayer was boring.
So, are you called into prophetic ministry? Here are two important points to help you answer this question in your own heart.
If you're laboring to see someone set free from a Jezebel spirit, soulish compassion isn't going to bring deliverance.
If we can root out these two thieves, we may see an outpouring greater than the Voice of Healing movement.
If you get pushy about your prophetic words, even if they are accurate, you become like one of those telemarketers who won't let people off the phone during dinner.
We all need a helping hand. The ultimate Helper, the co-creator of the universe, lives on the inside of us as a very present help in time of need.
The truth is the Spirit of Truth—the Holy Spirit—will revolutionize our lives if we'll let Him.
The Bible tells us what to look for in friends. If we look for these characteristics, we'll have a lot fewer phony friends.
What do you do when you've realized that you've been under the thumb of an emotional manipulator? How do you break free?
"Be careful because false friends will offer false repentance—like Ahab—and just continue repeating the same sins against you."
"In my story, it seems Senior Pastor Saul sent Prophet Jezebel to a close friend with an intimidating message hoping to bring division or breed strife."
How you respond to mistreatment is one of the most important aspects of your spiritual life.
The backlash against my Facebook post caused me to realize just how much confusion there is over prophetic ministry.
Who doesn't like to get a prophetic word? See a miracle, sign or wonder? Receive a healing?
"The sound of worship is changing. It is being used in a real raw place, because that is what this generation wants."
False friends. The Bible has plenty to say about them—and you've probably had one or two yourself.