+ What does the Bible have to say about ‘prophecy’ or ‘prophetic words from God’?

+ Is it possible to explore prophecy?

+ Is it possible to explore something supernatural like hearing God’s voice and communicating it?

Since the time of Samuel, there have been schools of prophets and disciples that met together for instruction, prayed together, worshiped together and heard the word of the Lord together. Though all the prophets varied in the degrees of revelation and the ways they received insight from the Lord, it is clear from Scripture that there were many prophets co-existing at one time. A most notable school of prophets can be found during the time of Elisha as the Scriptures reveal he was training several novice prophets at the same time.

In the New Testament, since the day of Pentecost, the Holy Spirit had been poured out on all flesh (Acts 1-2). The prophecy, visions, and dreams are clear evidence that Jesus’ promise was now being fulfilled. The gift of prophecy, the office of prophets and prophetic ministry are also mentioned and given with a purpose of edifying and maturing the Body of Christ and the believers in the life of local church.

The focus of this sermon series is to bring clarity and understanding to the prophetic office, the prophetic anointing, its ministry and the gift of prophecy. We also hope to help individuals recognise the operations of this anointing in their lives and in the lives of others. It is our desire that believers will develop a greater respect and appreciation for the prophetic office and gift.

This sermon series will surely bring a focus on the supernatural move of God and the Holy Spirit in the life of every believer. We yearn to see all Christians filled with the presence of God, renewed in spirit to claim the authority God has given us through His Son Jesus Christ and empowered to mature in Christ!

In conjunction with this series, we will have guest international speakers and well-recognised prophets, John Jacks and John Tiplady come and share with us on the subject as well as minister to our congregation on Friday May 4, 2012.

This is not to be missed!

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