This article explores how you can prophesy and move in the prophetic. The Greek word for 'prophesy' is propheteuo which Thayer's Lexicon defines as 'to utter forth, declare, a thing which can only be known by divine revelation'. To prophesy is simply to speak forth a revelation from God. So, how we can exercise this gift? Below are six keys that will help.
The apostle Paul taught that not every believer is a prophet (1 Corinthians 12:19), but also said that all believers can prophesy (1 Corinthians 14:31). What then is the difference between being a believer who can prophesy and being a prophet? Below I mention three distinctions:
Dr. Stuart Pattico
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