From The Prophet’s Pen

From The Prophet’s Pen

The fruit of the word.

Any prophecy connected to human choice (free will) should be judged by the fruit of the word, not by its accuracy. Jonah was NOT a false prophet, yet Nineveh was not destroyed as he said it would be in three days. Why? Because the people made a choice (free will) to repent and change. They turned to God. The fruit of the word is evident, but the accuracy in our understanding is not so much! Religious people pass right by…

Focus!

FOCUS on what God has called you to do. Ever notice when there is a “new” move of God that some Christians run after it? They try to “reproduce” it. The worship, the teachings, everything changes to fit that “new move” constantly changing who they are. One of the things I believe people fail to notice is that the “new” move they are trying to reproduce is just that—new! It started with someone doing what God has called them to…

A lifetime of relationship

When people like/love a post that are those “one liners” and “gold nuggets of truth”… Know that, it took that leader or person seconds to write and post but a lifetime of relationship with the Lord to develop!

Jesus can heal those wounds.

Pain is not always a bad thing! In the natural, when our bodies are hurt, it sends a signal of pain. We respond to that pain and fix what is causing it. Imagine, if we had no pain, we could have the smallest cut become infected and eventually loose our entire leg which could have been easily prevented. In the spiritual, pain can work the same way in us. When we feel pain, it can be tempting to just push…

Nothing we have is ours.

I watched Dallas’ video on “The Chosen” today. He said that “The Chosen” is one of the most-watched shows in the world! However, less than 5% of the people who watch “The Chosen” give financially. Less than 5% give! If you’re not aware, “The Chosen” is completely free, so you don’t have to give anything to watch. The part that I personally struggle with is the mindset of some, who seems to be the majority of Christians when it comes…

God calls who He calls.

God calls who He calls, your opinion about the person was not a deciding factor. Acts 9: 10 – 16 LSB Now, there was a disciple at Damascus named Ananias, and the Lord said to him in a vision, “Ananias.” And he said, “Here I am, Lord.” And the Lord said to him, “Rise up and go to the street called Straight, and inquire at the house of Judas for a man from Tarsus named Saul, for behold, he is…

Instead of …

Instead of spending all your time on social media trying to prove what God “doesn’t do,” why not spend some time alone with God and find out why He doesn’t do it through you?

How people see you.

Christian, in context to your calling, remember… Jesus, in His hometown, could only heal a few sick people. Not because Jesus wasn’t Jesus, or that his hometown seeing Him as a carpenter changed who Jesus was… No, nothing about Jesus was any different than who He always was, He is Jesus! How they chose to see Him didn’t change anything about Him; it changed everything for them. I’m not comparing you to Jesus, but the principles are still true. How…

Self-reflection

When the HS brings self-reflection into your life, it is important to remember that He is showing it to you, for you. If we start to look at others instead of ourselves, we will begin the process of “justifying our actions” and take on a “victim” mindset that leads to finding more pain than healing. It’s one of the main reasons people resist when the HS starts His work in us. If we would embrace what He is showing us,…

The Truth is always worth the process!

Many Christians have paid a hefty spiritual price for allowing people who “darkens counsel By words without knowledge” speaking into their life. Be careful who you allow to speak into your life, for what you receive, you will become. In order to hear the Truth from the Lord, we must prepare ourselves (gird your loins like a man), for the process is not easy. What we have built on those lies and all that we have anchored to them must…

The Son of God

Jesus was ALWAYS the Son of God. The baptism of the HS presented as a dove when John baptized Jesus, was not to make Him the Son of God ( baptism of the HS ), it was to testify of His identity as the Messiah, publicaly. The Bible tells us in the book of John that John the Baptist would be filled with the HS even from his mother’s womb. If he who was born from flesh was filled at…

You must discern spiritual matters through the spirit

When talking about accuracy being a sign of a false Prophet, whenever there is “human choice“ involved in the word, the Prophets are accountable and should be judged on giving the word accurately from God. They are not responsible for how the people respond to it. No one can control free will or guarantee the actions of someone. A great example of this is Jonah. If you look with natural eyes, Jonah missed it, and the city was not destroyed.…