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Prophetic Culture Challenge, Part 2: Prophets Versus Prophesy - Jeremy Caris

Believers who function in the gift of prophecy are not necessarily prophets. Prophets are called by Christ to a greater level of service and responsibility within the body of Christ. There is a fundamental distinction between prophets versus prophecy. Let me state it unequivocally: the gift of prophecy available to all Spirit-filled believers does…(Read More)

Rooted In Identity — Jeremy Cairs

You’re not a prophet because of what you do. You are a prophet because it’s who God says you are. It’s identity first and function later. And the function, or anointing, of each particular prophet is uniquely defined by God, shaped by their gifts, and directed by their assignment. God develops prophets…(Read More)

Now there were in the church at Antioch prophets and teachers, Barnabas, Simeon who was called Niger, Lucius of Cyrene, Manaen a lifelong friend of Herod the tetrarch, and Saul. While they were worshiping the Lord and fasting, the Holy Spirit said, “Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I…(Read More)

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…(Read More)

Seasons have shifted—yesterday is done and tomorrow is coming faster than you think. Many of you have felt like you’ve been on hold, but now you need to be on alert. Things will suddenly be falling into your lap. Yet at the same time, I believe there will be a separation between those…(Read More)

If you’re called as a prophet, you need godly counsel and wise influence. Just like anyone else, you need to learn from the learned. You need fathers and mothers in the faith who have gone before you. You need relationships with people who will keep you grounded and accountable for what you say and…(Read More)

So often we hear, but we don’t listen. We need the Father to teach us to listen. Some of us have learned to listen for the things we want to hear. But that’s not enough for a prophet. Prophets listen for the Voice. You listen for the relationship. You are driven for nearness…(Read More)

Prophets are like living mortar in the foundation, like concrete flowing and filling in the gaps and crevices; strengthening and molding the pieces together into one fortified wall. Without the prophet, the foundations become weakened and unstable. In the New Covenant, a prophet’s ultimate mission is the same as everyone else’s: we are…(Read More)

A seasoned prophet does not feel pressured to always have, always get, or always give a “word” immediately. God would not answer Saul through the prophets, so prophets must be willing to not answer when God is not answering. The bible also makes it clear that we do not always immediately receive the message that…(Read More)