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  1. “Before you release, get before the LORD to make sure that your dreams and voice you hearing is from Him.”

    Yes, God is very clear about how one can trust in that the Words, visions, dreams etc. is from Him.

    God always confirms His Word by giving the one who receives it some ‘evidences. These evidences are the ‘two
    or three witnesses from the mouth of God’. This is often mistaken as it is two or three persons with the same ‘opinion’ whom are the witnesses but it is not. Every one who receives something from God will also receive more evidences from Him. This is my experience and therefore I also say that no one shall ask anyone else for to interpret their dreams because if a dream is from God He will also give the answer.

    The spirit of prophecy is the spirit of Jesus. The Spirit of Jesus is only dwelling in those who hears and obeys God 100% in all details of their lives.
    Prophecy is not ‘divination’ but teaching directly from God which shall build up the believer’s faith and knowledge about God and the deeper understanding of His Word.

    I can only say that the most so called ‘prophecy’ I read today has not the qualifications to meet these requirements.

    “if he may not hear, take with thee yet one or two, that by the mouth ( mouth of God) of two witnesses or three every word may stand Matt. 18:16

    “the testimony of (the obedience to the Father in the one who walks before Him the same way as) Jesus is the spirit of the prophecy (teaching directly from God) Rev.19:10

    “out of us they (the many anti christs) went forth, but they were not of us, for if they had been of us , they would have remained(in the obedience of the Father) with us, but that they might be manifested that they are not all of us 1John 2:19

    anti christ = against, or instead of the true confession of the Spirit of Christ

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