A word to Prophets


I know there are those prophets who only speak judgment, death, destruction, chaos and trouble, but those prophetic words are not for everyone.

Please stop attacking those prophets whom God is using to comfort those who have been faithful, upright, true, holy and righteous.

There are persons who are in a season of being rewarded for their labor and steadfastness and stability and love for Christ.  They have suffered, gone through trials test and pain and God has ordained this time to bless them.

Stop saying that God is not speaking blessings and breakthroughs, because there are persons who are chosen right now to be rewarded, blessed and favored.

Everybody has not sinned, been disobedient, walked away from God, or been unfaithful to The Lord.

Listen.  God uses Prophets in different ways and you can’t say they are a false or lying prophet just because they are saying something different from you.  You may be called to speak judgment; they may be called to comfort those that have been waiting on God.

Either way, don’t say they are not of God, or they not hearing God, just because you want everybody to die or go to hell.

God always has a remnant whom He will preserve and bless and raise up to keep glorifying His name.

Nothing gets me more, than prophets who enter into competition and name calling because they want their prophetic word to be greater than another prophet!  Just stay in your lane and let God use His prophets the way He wants.  After all it’s His words that He puts in your mouth and He can put whatever word He wants into any mouth He chooses!


~ Apostle Barbara R. Thomas

Apostle/Prophetess Barbara R. ThomasApostle Barbara R. Thomas is founder of I Come to Heal Ministries, A Woman’s touch Ministry, The Next Dimension Global Outreach Ministries and Spoken Word School of Ministry and she is on a mission travelling the world proclaiming the Gospel for soul to be won to the Kingdom of God. She has a mandate on her life to help brings others to their divine purpose.


A word to Prophets — 4 Comments

  1. Amen! Amen!  We need to show each other respect as fellow brothers and sisters in Christ.  The Bible clearly states how we are to speak to each other in love.  Some individuals believe they have the gift of “criticizing” and “critiquing” There is no such gift.  The Holy Spirit is our teacher he will correct an individual if they are wrong.  Only God knows the heart of man.

  2. Amen!  The True Church will be operating in LOVE and not have a critical, judgmental spirit.  They will be so focused on the Lord and have a reverential fear that they would not have the liberty to be labeled a false accuser of the brethren.

  3. When I was either coming out of sleep or dreaming, I’m not sure if I had started praying and feel back asleep…either way.
    I heard we need to pray for our prophets…over and over.

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