When God Calls You Through a Prophet

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More then ever, the church needs the prophetic ministry.
More then ever, the church needs the prophetic ministry. (Artem Kovalev)

I know Christians shouldn't look for personal prophecy and I've seen abusive practices such as ministers charging for prophetic sessions. Yet I believe that this office and gift is desperately needed in these chaotic and confusing times, especially with young people who want to know what God is calling them to do. I'm a strong proponent of solid bible teaching, but we need the prophets to arise.

I've seen prophetic words delivered by leaders at my church and they are spot-on. I've prophesied myself over people under the submission of my leaders. I'm not afraid of being tested or questioned because I honor the body of Christ. I don't consider myself a prophet yet I want my life to be someone else's prophecy.

What about you? Have you had an experience with prophecy? I would love to hear it. Post your comments below.

Leilani Haywood is the online editor of SpiritLed Woman. Follow her on Twitter or Facebook.

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