A Ministry to the Church. Your main passion and desire is towards the body of Christ first.
A Unique Approach. You don't often fit in with the others and have ideas that are radical - kicking against the way things have always been done.
Swinging the Pendulum. You are ‘unstable’ in that you will swing from one emphasis to the next - ready to change the entire Body of Christ one day, to giving it up the next.
Humiliation. You have or will face humiliation and humbling - often publicly.
Singleness of Purpose. Although you swing the pendulum, your desire and call remain constant.
Unconscious Revelation. You will function in the gifts without even realizing it at first.
Allegorical Thinking. Even from childhood you have always thought in symbolic terms or in pictures.
Prayer Orientation. You desire and seek times of prayer often - you are constantly seeking to hear God's voice.
Bringing God’s Presence Through Music. Although you may not be gifted in music, you have the capacity to release the anointing through music.
Tough Experiences in Life. You can face tough experiences in life and not be a prophet, but you can not be a prophet if you have not faced tough experiences.
- PART 1: Signs of the Prophetic Calling
1 What is a Prophet?
2 The Beginning Stages
3 The Call and Training Begins
4 Practical Hands-On Training
5 Maturing in the Gifts
6 10 Signs of the Prophetic Calling
- PART 2: The Prophetic Purpose
7 Developing Faith, Hope and Love
8 God’s True Nature
9 Releasing Into Ministry
- PART 3: The Prophetic Gifts
10 Gifts of the Spirit
11 Different Manifestations of the Gifts
12 Practical Use of the Gifts
13 The Prophet and the Gifts
- PART 4: Prophetic Utterance
14 The Timing of Prophetic Words
15 Developing Correct Hearing
16 Types of Words
17 The ‘How’ of Prophetic Words
18 Different Ways of Releasing