Picture of a Prophet

The prophet in his day is fully accepted of God and totally rejected by men.

Years back, Dr. Gregory Mantle was right when he said, “No man can be fully accepted until he is totally rejected.” The prophet of the Lord is aware of both these experiences. They are his “brand name.”

The group, challenged by the prophet because they are smug and comfortably insulated from a perishing world in their warm but untested theology, is not likely to vote him “Man of the year” when he refers to them as habituates of the synagogue of Satan! (From America Is Too Young to Die by Leonard Ravenhill. Full article here.

If you have never read any of Leonard Ravenhill’s books, this short article will probably moisten your taste buds to read more.

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Filed under America, Christian Conservative, Christianity, Christians, Church, Emergent Church, Faith, Gifts of the Spirit, God, Home Church, Kingdom of God, morality, Prayer, Prophecy, reformation, Religion, Spirituality

2 responses to “Picture of a Prophet

  1. My pastor gave me this a while back… makes me wonder…

    I identify so much with this, but then again… I don’t know…

    It’s a hard life.

    Ravenhill rocks. Seriously. I’d love to have met the man.

  2. Larry Who

    At one time, I had all of his books, and read them over and over. What a mighty man of God!

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