Doug Stringer recenty awoke from a dream with these words echoing in his spirit, over and over: Save America! Who will save America? Who will answer the cry? He is calling for a Samuel generation of prophetic voices to arise.
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The remnant is rising and refuses to bow down to the principalities and powers that have targeted this nation for destruction. Charisma News Editor Jennifer LeClaire shares a prophetic word from the America for Jesus rally in Philadelphia.
Have you found yourself in the downward spiral of self-condemnation? Francis Frangipane discusses how our sin can push us to that point, and explains how the Lord can pull us out of it.
Are you judgmental or prayer-mental? Francis Frangipane shares the heart of God on the true purpose of prophetic intercession.
Are you a messenger with a message? James Goll lays out what he believes is the Lord's plan for prophetic evangelism in this hour as he challenges believers to "go for the double."
The Chick-fil-A drama may be over, but R. Loren Sandford is prophesying that this is just the beginning of persecution in the American church. Find out what he believes is coming next.
David Ravenhill offers a sober warning: A spiritual identity thief is perverting God's grace and love. Get prophetic insight on how to avoid this dangerous trap.
Has occultism and Jezebel's witchcraft crept into modern-day prophetic ministry? Charisma news editor Jennifer LeClaire explores this sign of the end-times and warns against this subtle deception.
Sandie Freed shares a recent prophetic dream that reveals what she sees as a demonic assignment against the body of Christ and keys to the season ahead.
First Samuel chronicles one of Israel's darkest hoursan hour when the glory of the Lord departed. Doug Stringer offers prophetic insight into what the American church can learn from this sobering time in Israel's history.
R. Loren Sandford offers prophetic insight into the real root of the Batman movie shootings in Aurora, Colo., last week.
Is there some hidden meaning or message in the conflagration? R. Loren Sandford says it is never long after such questions begin to surface that judgments and condemnations posing as prophetic words begin to be heard.
Jennifer LeClaire says just like Elijah confronted the prophets of Baal, the time is coming when Gods New Testament mouthpieces will confront modern-day merchandisers.
Dualism remains a problem for many Christ followers. They compartmentalize their lives and miss the presence and light of God in every moment, breath, and context of life. Here are some scriptural truths on the matter:
- Matthew 5:14: “You are the light of the world. A city on a hill cannot be hidden.”
- Proverbs 4:18: “The path of the righteous is like the first gleam of dawn, shining ever brighter till the full light of day” (NIV).
- John 8:12: “When Jesus spoke again to the people, he said, ‘I am the light of the world. Whoever follows me will never walk in darkness, but will have the light of life.’”
Ministry by definition is the spiritual work or service of any Christian or a group of Christians. One of the greatest revelations we can ever embrace is that whatever we do in life, is ministry, because the light of God in us and through us never goes dim. Every job, every assignment, our family, our leisure and whatever pathway that the Holy Spirit may lead us, is ministry.
Much of what we are living today we were speaking yesterday. Of course, not everything in one's future is determined by his words. However, in real ways, our words are seeds that bloom in future hopes and fears; they are the trailblazers of our future, the pioneers of our tomorrows.
Still, most of us are too casual, or ignorant, about the weightiness of our words. Recall: it was Jesus Himself who warned, "For every idle word men may speak, they will give account of it in the day of judgment." He continued, "For by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned" (Matt. 12:36-37).
We will each stand before God and give an account for our words. We actually will be justified or condemned by the things we uttered in life. In truth, idle words create idols, false realities and hollow goals, to which we bow down and serve.
I was involved in another prophetic experience that I think has some great lessons. It happened when I was flying our ministry plane to Nashville, Tenn., with some of our musicians to do some recording.
After taxing to the General Aviation ramp, a line girl directed us to a parking spot. After we deplaned, the wife of one of our musicians said to the line girl as she walked past her, “You get along with animals better than you do people—you should have been a vet.” The line girl looked stunned, and I couldn’t help wondering if this had insulted her.
Our team left with their ride, which had been waiting to take them to the recording studio. Before I left, I gave my fuel order at the service desk when the line girl came in and blurted out, “Was that girl with you a psychic?” I said, “No, but why do you ask?” She told me that when she was parking our plane she was thinking about how she gets along better with animals than she does people and that she should have become a vet. That’s when the musician’s wife spoke to her.
A young woman called me looking for a prophetic word. She was befuddled, sore vexed and all-out desperate to hear from God about a certain situation.
This young, Spirit-filled woman, we’ll call her Tammy, insisted she just couldn’t hear from God. She had prayed. She has worshipped. She had read books on how to hear the voice of God. Yet she adamantly confessed that she could not hear a word. She called me because she wanted to me to “go to the throne” on her behalf.
Tammy went on to rehearse every detail the devil was telling her. She told me how the devil said she was going to get fired on the next round of job layoffs. She told me how the devil said her car was going to break down soon. She told me how the devil said she was going to get sick. And she was full of fear.
Can you see the contrast yet? Tammy did not believe she could hear the voice of God—and this after I had coached her for weeks on how to quiet her soul and listen for that still small voice—yet she could tell me every lie the devil was whispering in her ear with pinpoint accuracy. And her fear testified that she believed those lies.