Prophets Need Relationships


Being a prophet doesn’t mean you’re always in the right or accurate… but you may tend to think you are. Yeah I just went there… but that’s the truth. I know that because I always think I’m right, and experience has taught me that I often am… but not always. And that’s why prophets need to be in relationship with other prophets who see through our process and understand the way we are.

I’ll tell you another, often closely guarded, secret… apostles are not infallible; and neither are pastors, teachers, or evangelists. We all need strong believers around us who love us without an agenda and will share their perspective or opinion with us, even if it turns out they are wrong. Yeah I went there too… Because none of us are meant to function alone. A healthy body has many diverse parts that remain connected with a unity that only comes through surrender to the same Spirit. Together we are whole.

Jeremy Caris

Jeremy Caris is the founder and president of Caris Ministries. Since he is called as a prophet and gifted as a teacher, much of his focus involves equipping believers to hear, know, and follow God in their own daily experience. He teaches the foundational truth of the Word with simple clarity, while revealing deep things of the spirit in practical ways. He has the unique ability to demystify the supernatural side of real relationship with a living God and make it an embraceable and accessible reality for all believers. Jeremy has been married to his best friend, Mandy Caris, for twenty years, and is the proud father of two boys.

One Response to "Prophets Need Relationships"
  1. This is very dear and important to me. “Prophets who see through our process is key” Thanks!

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