So, What Is The Lord Saying Or Doing? (Tuesday: 11/25/2008)

It is my belief that we Christians depend too much on what an individual pastor or an individual prophet or another anointed person thinks that he (or she) is hearing from the Lord, rather than trying to hear for ourselves or listening to many different voices from all over the Body of Christ. Dependence on just an anointed few is a guaranteed recipe for failure.

So, each day, I invite you to write what you believe the Lord is telling you, showing you, or doing for you. Testimonies. Short teachings. Prophetic words. Scriptures. Prayers. Whatever you believe that the Body of Christ needs to know or will be blessed by hearing. Try to keep your words under


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2 responses to “So, What Is The Lord Saying Or Doing? (Tuesday: 11/25/2008)

  1. Larry Who

    I was doing some research yesterday and came across a prophecy by Bill Hamon. In this prophetic word, he states (in part):

    “The Lord Jesus has revealed by His Spirit some insight and application concerning His timely purpose being activated in 2008. I have been prophesying for 10 years that a “Saints Movement” is coming to the Body of Christ. The Saints Movement is a time when the saints, believers in Jesus Christ, recognize and act on the understanding that Christ has empowered and commissioned each of them to be the Church 24/7–manifesting the Kingdom of God wherever they live and work. Every believer has the ability to manifest the supernatural in a miraculous way, and every saint is called to demonstrate the Gospel of the Kingdom (not just the Gospel of salvation) in their sphere of influence.”

    To see the full prophecy, click on the following:

  2. ransom33


    I recently attended a prophetic conference locally where I live in the UK, and the speaker summed it up beautifully.

    What is God revealing to his servants the prophets at the moment to communicate to the rest of us?

    “Love God with all your heart and Feed the poor.”

    For more on that, feel free to read my last post entitled “Prophets or Puffers”. @

    I wholeheartedly agree with you that Christians for the most part do rely excessively on the person on the pulpit as opposed to seeking God’s guidance for themselves through a personal committed relationship with HIM.


    ransom33 @

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