The Vision Is For An Appointed Time – Part 2

For the vision is yet for the appointed time; It hurries toward the goal and it will not fail. Though it delays, wait for it; For it will certainly come, it will not delay long.” (Habakkuk 2:3)

Prophetic practice, as evidenced in the Old Testament, consists in the courage, freedom, and daring to see the world differently.

WALTER BRUEGGEMANN, The Prophetic Imagination

PROPHETS DON’T SEE THE WORLD THE WAY OTHER PEOPLE DO.

My intention is not to offend anyone or speak negatively concerning any religious group, propagate any one particular doctrine or experience. Rather, my intent is to share the truths of what the Lord revealed to me concerning the Church.

God has appointed me to be a prophet to the Church. Throughout my 26 years of ministry, I have studied, prayed, and sought the Holy Spirit for insight concerning Christ’s Church. My prayer is that the Spirit of wisdom and revelation knowledge of the Son of God, will give full knowledge of our inheritance in Christ (Eph. 1:16-23).  

God declared that He would do nothing on earth without first revealing it to His prophets (Amos 3:7). If there is one thing the world needs today, it is prophets speaking the heart and truth of God for these later days. It is an integral to the health and forward movement of the church. God desires prophets who will know His heart (that means spending time in the secret place).

If the Church is God’s prophet instrument, we are His prophetic people. We are called to speak in the name of our Head, Jesus Christ, about what He has done, what He is doing, and what He is yet to do.

BISHOP MARK CHIRONNA, The Prophetic Perspective: Seeing and Seizing Our God-Intended Future

It’s important to understand the times and season we are living in …. 

Understanding this and other truths from God’s Word revolutionized my life and helped me discover my prophetic destiny. Christ is building His Church so that God’s Kingdom rule will be seen in the earth realm. The gates of hell will not prevail against the Church. 

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