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The Need for Balance in Prophecy — 4 Comments

  1. Amen!  There is both the goodness of God and the severity of God.  Any one who consistently speaks for Him must over time convey both of His aspects. 

    Romans 11:22, “Behold therefore the goodness and severity of God: on them which fell, severity; but toward thee, goodness, if thou continue in his goodness: otherwise thou also shalt be cut off.”

  2. Praise the Lord! Amen! There has to be a great balance with prophesying, comfort and direction, because many will be left confused, as how would warn, discipline, but not give a concrete or hard direction as what do in the natural. But I’ve always thought because the Lord instructed the prophet to share the vision, words of the prophetic realm, that God would also fully clarify everything to prophet or else the people will not be clear, henceforth questioning as to whether it actually came from God.

    Thank you, for sharing, beloved and great brother in Jesus Christ our Lord! I never did despise prophecy, but questioned as to whether what was received by the prophet was from the All Living God. Because of the rise of so many false prophets, the sincere prophets operating through the gift, through the Holy Ghost, have to listen, hearing closely as to what God is saying or they miss the full interpretation, this is why some people rebel, not trying outright refuse prophecy given by God, but because there is no love felt, comfort or direction, because everyone is not operating in the spiritual realm, so when they are instructed by a prophet to seek God for clarity, they may new born babes, just learning to listen to God’s still, his distinctive voice. Love you brother! Again, thank you, for sharing!❤️

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