The author uses the phrase, “…the spirit of prophesy kindled in his spirit…” to describe Micaiah’s experience of prophesying before King Ahab. How does the concept contained in that phrase relate to the Baptism of the Holy Spirit experience?
Chapter One lays a foundation for understanding how the prophetic nature works. The author develops a paradigm (a model) that we can use to understand how, for all Christians -- especially the prophetically oriented -- spiritual things and life in the spirit reign supreme. He shows us how we are seated in the heavenlies with Christ and that it is from this place, seated by Jesus' side, that Christian life originates.
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God relates to each of us in unique ways that reflect who we are as individuals and how His choices for our lives have shaped us. How is His relationship with the prophet special? Can you answer the same question for the man called to be a pastor?
What does it mean when the Bible says we are “seated in the heavenlies” with Christ (Eph 2:6)? How does that affect the way we live our lives here on this planet? (Note: The answer to this question is not behaviorally based.)
In what ways do we human beings reflect our Creator?
What was Paul talking about when he wrote in Acts 17:28, “In Him we live and breathe and have our being…”?
Prophets seem to be popping up everywhere! This is to be expected, since as we near the time of Jesus’ second coming, He is restoring to the church ministries that seemed to disappear only a few short centuries after the church began. In recent years this restoration has been especially true of the office of the prophet. Do you know people who seem to be gifted in the prophetic ministry? What makes them tick? Why do they sometimes misbehave in the church? Especially concerning, is that they sometimes conflict with pastors! Somehow, two ministries that God intended to complement each
We're getting closer! I submitted the final manuscript files to the publisher this morning. Over the next two weeks they will review the files, perform a basic copy edit (punctuation, grammar & such) and then let me know if everything is still in good shape. They will also create the front & back cover. Once everything is in good shape, it will go to the printer. This is getting exciting! :>)
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