The Life of a Prophet — 10 Comments

  1. Thank You and may God Continue to Bless You his Anointed. I am going through some things and really needed to read this.

  2. Thank you! This truly depicts my life. It’s exactly true and has been my journey. Awesome for sharing because it’s a blessing to those who are being refined in the fiery furnace. Bless you

  3. Amen, this is all true.  It is a very lonely life, but Thamks be to God!

    Blessings, & thanks for this post!

    • Hi Steven. Wondering if there is a way out of being a prophet. I don’t want to give up my ability to hearing from God, but I don’t want the trials it comes with. Can I still hear God, but get the trials eliminated? I love that I hear from God and would not give that up for anything. But the trials are killin’ me. Thanks.

      • So…in my experience it’s the trials we walk thru that keeps me hearing from God. So very very very hard. Numerous these past few years.
        Great article gave some imsihht

  4. This message was for me. Thank You Holy Spirit for writing through Stephen. I never desired to be a prophet but I’ve been told time and again that I am one. Lord knows this has been a journey and according to your message it will continue to be. It’s understandable. More of Him, less of me. I did lose my income because I was no longer able to walk the long distances my job required me to. Now I’m being upheld by God through family and friends and random one night jobs. Thank You Lord. God bless you Stephen.

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